The walk-in cooler is warm and has a dirty condenser coil, the walk-in freezer has a bad condenser motor and has a refrigerant leak.

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31 thoughts on “Walk-In Cooler Warm, Walk-In Freezer Leaking Refrigerant

  1. heavydiesel says:

    I have one of those Worx mini jet washers, I've used it a few times to melt ice off coils when set on low speed and the spray head on shower and not jet. Seems to cope fine with warm (not too hot) water.

  2. Don Murphy says:

    Great repair bro. Looking at the other system while not even on that call. I am thorough that way as well, at least I try to be when time allows for it. LOL . What leak detector is that by the way? Does it pick up 410a as well? Thanks learned alot.

  3. Rick Weidenfeller says:

    So you’re back. Did you go self employed or did the boss allow you to video again?
    Hoping you didn’t put bulb back on the vertical but installed it correctly on the horizontal and correct position….
    Good video, good find, and great tip on the coil. I’ve burnt up 2-3 and now stick my screw driver in it.

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