This was a walk in door heater replacement that took forever, I ended up replacing the threshold, door heater,door hinges, door gasket, door closure and door sweep. After all was said and done the customer was very happy.

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44 thoughts on “WALK IN FREEZER DOOR WON'T SHUT

  1. hvac01453 says:

    It seems doors never seem to close easy enough in commercial walk-ins. I use foil tape to hold the heaters in place and the foil becomes a conductor of sorts. Never seen a panic alarm like that. Maybe it’s a CA thing… you should show a shimming video on doors on what almost looks like the door is warped

  2. Clifford Pace says:

    Please do a vid on how to properly order door heater and thresh holds. This is a new guy. I understand you are experienced.
    But for new guys the details are extremely important. Thank you soo much for what you do for us newbies.

  3. Clifford Pace says:

    It looks like you are in a walk-in and a freezer. For us new guys how do we deal with the temps for talents??? The approach would be very important. Thanks you for all the input you have given

  4. Max Prusak says:

    Man I worked at a place for 3 years, all we did was gaskets, sweeps, thresholds, heaters and any hardware. No refrigeration or electrical (aside from heaters). Makes me grateful for every day after doing this for years.

  5. MrMuffinsandTwinkies says:

    Huh….Interesting. So I learned about "threshold"s I guess.

    At my job (samsclub) they installed brand new freezers and the bottoms were only silicone with that metal plate and like a couple rivets. It lasted a whopping 3 days before the plate came lost and someone drove a fork under it completely destroying the threshold. They came back to fix it but just added more screws all around and about a month later the threshold is caving in the middle with the outsides sticking up now. Pallets get stuck on it all the time.

  6. Moises Hernandez says:

    Great idea to do video on this. If you ever get a chance, can you also show how you change a door heater for a traulsen reach in? I have a job coming up and just trying to get some pointers. Thanks

  7. Ben Kuxhouse says:

    Do you ever consider purchasing yourself a heat gun? That's what I use in those circumstances and I don't have to worry about melting things as you do with a torch. They're not too expensive and I think it's a good investment. You can still melt wires with a heat gun but if you keep your distance you'll be fine that's easier to control than a torch.

  8. Rapture00 says:

    Used to work in Grocery store frozen department and part of my daily ritual was having to knock all the ice off the door frame. Had no idea there was actually suppose to be a door heater to deal with that. Thanks for the video, i've def learned something today.

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