Wanted to answer some questions about wiring for a walk-in cooler or any cooler for that matter. Hope you guys enjoy. If I forgot to mention anything lmk in the comments. I’m not to good at explaining things on paper. I can explain much better in the field 👍. Any questions feel free to ask 💪👍

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31 thoughts on “Typical wiring for a walk-in cooler defrost

  1. OpThomasPrime says:

    Just started a new(3 months ago) job at a company that services industrial kitchens.

    I'm so far out of my comfort zone and I've not been, if not the, one of the people that everyone comes to for answers or to get things done in 30 plus years.

    My saving grace will be I hate being bad at my job.

    I've a long looong way to go to even get to neutral, but I'll get there.

    Thank you.

    And that's heartfelt.

  2. jain toms says:

    Sir,
    Is it ok can I use POE 32 oil for semi hermetic compressor Instead of POE 46 Because i installed a new compressor brand DORIN model- H751cs factory charged oil is POE 46 by mistake I remove some oil from compressor i have stock only POE 32 what should i do.?

  3. vegas hvacr guy says:

    hello sir so if the walk in is satisfied on 38 degrees the valve will turn off the condensing unit on low pressure and the fans in the box go off too ? so if the box is satisfied the fans go off too?

  4. Fresh876 says:

    Hi buddy I recently had a guy install a freezer at my restaurant an the time clock don’t even look like it’s connected terminal 4 don’t have no wire on it an it’s not going in defrost it’s just continually running I have to turn off the breaker for the condenser for it to defrost then turn it on after 30min can you give me any advice

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