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26 thoughts on “Troubleshoot a rooftop condensing unit to a walk in cooler

  1. hardcooling says:

    Nice repaired jim even though it was an easy one for somebody that's not a professional that would be hard when a professional does it he makes it look easy good job Jim

  2. Straycurrent says:

    Nice video.  Calling the owner by cellphone to turn power off / on is a great idea.  Eventually he may get tired of that and agree to pay for a  disconnect next time you are there!  lol

  3. Chuck Denver says:

    Watched Jim Pettinato for 3 hours last evening. One thing I dont understand Jim.
    Systems you work on, dont seem to be charged properly. Just curious, your
    troubleshooting seems solid, but you dont use superheat or subcooling
    to charge systems. Just the sight glass?? Thanks for the videos!!!

  4. HVACR Northeastern says:

    Good job the only thing is price out a disconnect it's your life hope that you put your locks on that breaker downstairs so nobody turn the breaker while your inside the unit that's very dangerous.It's code in CT that every pice of equipment has a disconnect within site.

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