208-230VAC 3 Phase Tecumseh



—- Content of this video —–
0:00 – Getting To The Job Site
0:35 – Contactor Replaced
0:55 – Low Pressure Switch – Undone
1:36 – Compressor Wiring – Undone
1:58 – New Compressor Prep
2:54 – Filter-Drier Sweat Out
3:32 – New Filter Drier (Very Small)
4:19 – Compressor Sweat Out
5:38 – New Compressor Prepped And In Place
6:29 – Brazing New Compressor
8:22 – Low Pressure Switch Goes Back On
8:58 – Vacuum Start
11:08 – Compressor Mark
12:16 – Charging R422D
14:43 -Temperature Check
15:04 – Overview
17:31- Temperature Double Check
18:08 – TXV Doesn’t Work Perfect
19:15 – Done

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  1. OcRefrigeration , Hvac & Electrical Video's. says:

    Good vid ! Man , That Place is Old & Very Old System ! I’d Check the Txv bulb Location. The Bulb is Probably Loose from suction line or Just Needs Replaced From Age / Sticky Txv. Too Bad u Could Not have Just Replaced the Whole Condensing unit. It’s Almost criminal putting a new compressor in that old piece of junk ! Good Job though ! Like # 21. Dip Your 15% rod in white brazing flux when I are welding steel parts and n driers , compressor etc. It Makes it Flow a lot better / a lot easier to weld.

  2. Ariel says:

    Cuando cambian los compresores, y en el sistema hay un filtro de succión de motor quemado como es en este caso…¿limpiás el circuito con R141b o algún otro tipo de liquido limpiador del sistema? When you change the compressor (electrical failure) and you see in the sistem a suction filter (before another electrical problem) like this, i ask if you clean up all pipes condenser and evaporator with a cleaner like R141b or similar?? Sorry if idon't write fine i hope you understand… Saludos desde la Patagonia Argentina.

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