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29 thoughts on “Walk In Freezer defrost time clock replacement

  1. heavydiesel says:

    That looks a very well made system! Nice to see mechanical controls being used, most stuff here is electronic and it doesn't last and is expensive to replace. I like the disconnect by the unit!

  2. George W says:

    Nice work. I'm surprised that Grasslin timer went out like that. Normally they are pretty reliable unless there are a lot power surges. Anyway Paragon timers are pretty rugged as well. Looks like you put in an 8145 which is a good choice for a refrigeration system.

  3. Liang Zhao says:

    i am a new technician in the trade.i always enjoy to watch your video! i have watch every single one of them, i love it all! i have learn alot from your videos, keep making it. thanks jim!

  4. de red says:

    Wish you had a electronic to mechanical switch connection comparison pictures with wires fully installed. Helps us low level novices we got it right. Thank you.

  5. Derek Obidowski says:

    its a Grasslin time clock my best choice is a basic Paragon time clock on certian coolers you may or may not need to get a time clock that has defrost termination. the Paragon time clocks of that style with the start pins in the dial are much easier to use. as i wouldn't use a Grasslin or the electronic Paragon time clocks as something can go wrong with the contact, the relays or the componets in the printed circuit board. the evaporator fan motor i can see its a Shaded Pole type motor as i don't like them as they are innefficient and draw more power when it needs replaced i would go with a comparabale PSC motor as it has a run capacitor and much more efficient.

  6. derek obidowski says:

    i would like put a little dab of grease on the pins to mitigate the wear on the time clock. could extend the life of the pins. as the Paragon 8145-20 is the best time clock on refrigeration equipment and non computerized refrigeration racks.

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