Today I troubleshoot and repair a walk-in in cooler that isn’t maintaining temp

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23 thoughts on “Walk in cooler not keeping temp

  1. derek obidowski says:

    that will do it bad fan motors can cause the high pressure switch to trip. it could be a bad run cap the motor did not start or the windings bad internally in the motor the defrost time clock Jim pettanato not a fan of them on his channel he changes these grasslin time clocks to a older style Paragon clock if its 208-230 if a cooler it be a paragon 8140-20 for a freezer be a 8145-20 with defrost termination. as long as the clock is oiled it should last as they have replacement timer motors for them. i thought Russell coils were once named Witt.

  2. Edward Gaddis says:

    Funny same Russel model got me with same problem on Emer.hours this summer. HP limit tripped right fan nothing. Found loose wire. Motor still good. Those Fasco motors are life savers for sure.

  3. ACtech Formally yo mama says:

    It’s either clean like new or it is dirty. It’s that simple. Here is an amazing fact. A build up of .042” of dirt on either coil can reduce efficiency by 21%. This information is from the EPA. I rinse my condenser coil every light bill and change my filter.

  4. johnny fair says:

    Love the videos man, only criticism would be to not extend the wires of the motor unless they do not reach without it. But if ur going to do it, the way u did it with the tape is the right way to do it. Keep the videos coming brother.

  5. Bryant Fry says:

    A trick that I learned years ago is to fold over the end of the tape onto itself so that you can remove the tape more easily. This makes a "pull tab." I'm aware that the tape may dry out, and when it does, you'll know it's also time to change it. This is also good for techs that come behind you.

  6. Andy Maurer says:

    You are a smart guy you take your time with things and that is the best what i like is you don't rush through things that is awesome you take your time with things. One thing i notice when you connected the motor to the other motor its up to you i would of put a little dielectric grease on the end of it so no rain or anything gets in it

  7. HVAC FL says:

    Have you ever cut the wires to length and leave a service loop, eliminates all that excess wire and looks super clean but that’s knit picking 🤣 good work man, awesome videos!

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