I trouble shoot a roof top refrigeration condensing unit
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20 thoughts on “Trouble shoot a condensing unit to a walk in cooler

  1. Paul says:

    In France you can't connect the pressure gauge like you did. We need to first vacuum the pressure gauge and the hoses, and then with a "refrigerant loose free" fitting, we connect it properly. By the way, no liquid is lost. To disconnect the gauge from the system, we force the compressor to pump down by turning the solenoid valve off, or by closing the high side valve. So the liquid in the hose is sucked through the suction line as well as the vapor. No refrigerant into the atmosphere.

  2. Ithaca Comments says:

    I live in a senior housing complex. My apt is over the kitchen where the walkin cooler is located. I can hear and FEEL the cooler running 24/7 in my apt. It drives me crazy. Maintenance attempted to put more insulation around it….but resulted in no difference in the annoyance I experience in my apt. If they can send a man to the moon….why can't there be quiet refrigeration units ?????? My landlord stated that my only recourse is to move to another apt in the building which requires paying a $500. transfer fee. That's a lot of money for a senior to come up with.

  3. Vernon Jones says:

    Jim hope you are well not heard anything off you for a while maybe you’ve taken a well earned retirement if so enjoy it and keep yourself healthy good luck from the uk 🇬🇧

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