This was a service call on a walk in cooler that had a bad evaporator fan motor, I replaced the motor and also found that the rooftop equipment was very dirty. I cleaned all the rooftop equipment and the customer was happy!

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20 thoughts on “Walk in cooler Iced up and a bad evaporator motor

  1. HVACR Survival says:

    Looks like you're doing the same thing I'm doing today. Running your butt off dealing with things that aren't maintained. How do you get your videos edited so quickly are you doing them on your phone? You do good work!

  2. Gene_K Hvacr says:

    Nice vid n tips shared thanks again ,whats your preferred brush for the pkg units when u washing them, i use long handle gong brush to get at the back half of the condenser like those lennox n york type ,how about you ? Beside power washing

  3. MR. ICE says:

    What type of thermometer is that your using? Also what have you found works best for condenser fin straightening? Nothing like a bar unit missing cover kicked 8 times a day.

  4. Andrew Jacks says:

    Looks like this customer needs a maintenance plan. Do you use the videos to show the customer your findings? I feel that it would be easier than verbally explaining everything to them as long as you don’t call them any names when recording 😄

  5. bababooey7576 says:

    Drip loop, neat and tidy hose…cleaning the other condensers because you're there……straightening fins…extra mile…this is the way I would be doing things if i were in the biz…good video as always.

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