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26 thoughts on “Walk in Freezer compressor not running

  1. Tazzman228 says:

    Good work shank. I did dig the stub gage pretty cool man I also chary a suction compound stub gage but would be cool to have a digital. Will Catch you on the next one thx for sharing!

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

    Good Video ! Potential Relay. I Allways Keep a " SUPR " on the Truck. it's a Supco Product. Part # is SUPR. i use it For kaa2-0075 copelands Work s Awesome for Permanent installation as they are only 3/4 hp. Gets u out of a Jam for " ANY " Potential Relay. universal Voltage Good up to 5 hp. Although as u Say ….. i Don't use it For Permanent installation on anything Bigger than the 0075 Copelands. All others Best to use Copeland Original Start Relay and Bleed Resistor Start Cap. Run Cap can be anything. But Start Relay and bleed Resist Start Cap Really important.

  3. Arnel Angeles says:

    If I have a good diagnosed compressor ohms reading. I'll give it a shot replacing OEM or after market relay. Perhaps changing the start cap aswell its below +/- 5%. Your the tech 'calling the shot" it doesn't bother me at all.

  4. Alexander's Refrigeration & A/C Videos says:

    hey dave…. i dont usally have access to oem parts but by the hp of compressor you can get a mars potencial relay… if you have a 521 it works as long you selected the proper one the ones for 1 1/2 to 3 tons does fine up to 2 hp… and that short cycling you have time delay does good also adjusting closer to 0 like 5-9 psi out… good one by the way…

  5. Paul Jameson says:

    Dave, I seen you clean some small coils inside smamm commercial units with wheels on. When you spray the water from the sprayer, have you thought about placing a plastic container under it to help save on the cleanup?

  6. Sean McDermott says:

    Im a fan of your vids Dave now that Im doing the refrigeration side of our trade . I just wanted to ask you what kind of gauge is that you have that yiu always use when your clocking the pressure switch control ?

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