Walk-in freezer warm.

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25 thoughts on “Walk-in Freezer Warm With Fan Cycle Switch Adjustment Failing Motor

  1. HVACR Survival says:

    Here is a simple call, not all of them are major. If you like the video and want to see more like it, please consider subscribing and click the notification bell. ***I live for the feedback, feel free to leave a comment down below and don't forget to check out the links to my tool kits if you would like to support the channel. Thanks for watching!

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

    Good vid. its sooo nice when its a nice straight foreward repair. " use your sniffer " yep, no special tools required. i have not seen the new malco 5/15 , 3/8. ill check it out. i only thought they had the 5/16/,1/4.
    must be a new prod. i use the wire tie inside another wre tie thing too. good secure for stuff. anti shaky / antibreaky. like # 20.

  3. Luzt says:

    It is evident that everybody learns from everybody else. This YT thing has such an educational value. No governement, school or manager can make people improve. Striving for more likes, subs and positive feedback does it naturally.
    Thank you for posting. Keep'em comming.

  4. throttle bottle says:

    maybe ants or other bugs getting into the contactor keeping it from pulling in fully, but enough to still run. that would make coil current higher and it cook itself.
    alternate thoughts, something in the control circuit shorting to ground and around 120v through coil when it's not being called for, I'm not sure if it would stay pulled in or pull in or what the current would be and it cannot be calculated easily since there's a moving part. that sounds like a nice bench test setup πŸ™‚

  5. brad mironik says:

    Nothing like the smell of burnt electrical stuff. Has a similar smell to rubbing belts or dragging brakes. That's how I found out my surge protectors took a hit one day. Looking forward to the next video.

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

    ive Got a 8,000 lb service truck & i still dont have the Correct part on my truck. Said EVERY TECH , Every day of the Week. i Looked in my computer the other day & was looking at the motor section that has all the actual motors i have installed in the last 17 years and there was 50 Different Motors in that section. These are actual motors ive sold over the years. So, I Would Have to Carry 50 Motors on my Truck if i was to be assured of having the Right motor for any job. maybe. lol.

  7. Sterling Archer says:

    Nooice πŸ‘
    I like the contactors that you can take the front cover off and inspect them .
    Lately I've been dealing with supposedly new Siemens contactors with flimzy @ss push in connectors and you can't take the cover off to inspect them for burn marks , carbon , and such .
    Bloody annoying .
    Btw , one neatly organized van that is , Kudos !

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