This was a service call on a walk in cooler that was temping high at 55 degrees. I found that the high pressure control was tripped and we had a bad condenser fan motor. I ended up replacing both condenser fan motors and watched the unit come down to temp.

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38 thoughts on “Walk in cooler at 55 degrees

  1. Alpha Tech Refrigeration says:

    Great tips! I have a 12 volt Milwaukee two speed hex screw gun that I carry with me in my service bag. Its light compact and plenty powerful the impact stays in the truck for the heavy duty tasks. Love your videos keep them coming!

  2. Bruce Crutchfield says:

    Thank you, someone needs to put it out there about the impacts. All you need is a small drill set on the lowest clutch setting. People complain all the time about screw holes stripped especially on goodman but I’ve never had that problem till other people start getting into it…

  3. Paul Moffat says:

    Our company had something similar in the office area AC. The condenser was at ground level near the side entrance, and it seemed that I was the only one to notice that 1 of the 2 fan motors had failed (slowly rotating backwards), and notified maintenance. Happened twice while I was there, both times the other employees did not notice what was going on. I think it was a 10 ton unit.

  4. armydays87 says:

    Enjoyed your video. Please tell me how you thought the problem would be a bad condenser motor before you got to the site? Had you looked at the unit before and somehow thought that one or both of the condenser motors were going to fail? Thanks

  5. Mr Adam says:

    I can’t understand why someone put dislike on this video because no boobs no girls in this video …..we must like all his video to get more video and education

  6. Alexander Lewis says:

    Lucky you have customers that would not mind changing an extra part , so the system does not fail again soon… In my experience some customers try to flog a dead horse…
    And another point i think i mentioned before ,,,,, R22 is still legal over there ???!!! .. Not in the European Union,, they use alternatives , friendly to the environment ,,,

  7. L. Padilla says:

    Do you recommend a condenser unit bigger than a evaporator coil for a walk in cooler? Have you seen that before? 4hp 34000 btu and a 27000 evaporator coil. Thanks for the video,.

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