Walk-in freezer leaking water on the floor causing ice to build up. This was a call I ran the day before Christmas 2020. Sometimes it can be a simple repair and others it can be more. Thanks for a great season in 2020 and I look forward to what 2021 brings!

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0:07-The Complaint
0:33-Visiual Diagnostic
2:10-Looking Inside The Evap Section
5:04-Defrost Element Check
5:55-Melting Ice
6:25-Water Drain Issue
7:17-Drain Heat Tape Check
8:28-Drain Is Clear!
10:52-Final Checks
11:39-Final Overview Chat

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28 thoughts on “Walk-In Freezer Leaking Water On The Floor

  1. Mark Zinsmeyer says:

    Doo gotta love that time clock being upside down, makes it easy to bend over and read it and the terminals are right on top so you don't have to go digging in there to unhook the wires. Less chance of getting zapped. Also did that drain line heater go out to the very end of the pipe or was it only inside the cooler?

  2. K G says:

    Seen where you guys have a Iced up unit turn on heaters,and use water if available. Why do not use a heat gun?? To help with defrost! Can control just how much heat your using.

  3. tedjar says:

    Its really interesting to me with all the different OSHA and building code requirements we have that roof access is still so dangerous. A residential set of pull down attic stairs is safer than most commercial rooftops where all essential equipment is located.

  4. throttle bottle says:

    run a second ladder off the top of walk in box with feet against the condenser, assuming it's bolted down tight. I call it "ladder jenga" LOL
    or you may ne able to put ladder feet against walk in box at the ground level with a steeper pitch to match the angled roof or close, then use step ladder to climb up onto the extension ladder.
    done that many times on hacked up rooflines, even screwed down 2×4 with straps to hold the ladder feet on other pitched roofs.
    or if there's clearance, park the van/work truck at bottom and use a wheel to hold the ladder feet from sliding out(ladder set steep to match the roof pitch)

  5. David Null says:

    To keep yourself warmer, have you tried the battery powered jackets and gloves that are out?

    Also, there's no freaking way I'd be up on that ice covered roof, no way.

  6. bill-co says:

    So do you run the drain heater on that during normal run time? On big WIF’s i like them wired that way.

    I usually defrost those capsule units with top on to speed defrost as the top holds the heat, but water is soooo much quicker then heat gun.

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