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23 thoughts on “Walk in freezer running at 20 degrees

  1. Gre Gory says:

    Driers on backwards. TXV was restricted from the start. Worn out spring means a worn out valve. And the glass was yellow. Lol This is a callback if I ever saw one.
    And teflon tape on a flare fitting? Whatever.

  2. Ivan Estrada says:

    Hey Jim ! I love you videos. Thanks for going through the trouble of posting them. I am considering buying the fluke 54 but my question is what kind of pipe clams are you using?? And how do you attach to pipes? I am currently using the cooper and the pipe clamps are the best…very small and compact so they fit in tight spaces. But the case is big and not as reliable as the fluke

  3. ken sob says:

    Mr. Jim, there is so many things wrong in this video that I recommend you take it down and redo it. A junior techn searching for quality information will be misled by it.

  4. Ian Giles says:

    Jim I do not know where or who taught you refrigeration but I hope for the industries sake they are not doing it any more. I have watched numerous videos and I do not think I have seen one with so many errors and misunderstandings of refrigeration science as yours. What benefit do you get from measuring the TD across the refrigerant side of the evaporator valves should be set up measuring superheat ie. suction pressure against suction temp.

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