This was a service call on a walk in freezer with too much frost on the walls, I found several things wrong, and corrected them all.

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21 thoughts on “WALK IN FREEZER WITH TOO MUCH FROST

  1. Nina McClure says:

    Another job well done fella. I especially liked the idea of trimming the seal to make it install. I would of still been there today trying to stuff that thing lol with a screwdriver.

  2. JBL speakers says:

    Good thing cutomer paid and happy.
    Its very sad that here is south Ontario some customer dont want to spend money on their equipments but expect keep running . Eventually end up replacing their equipments.
    But Its hard to convince some of them .

    Good video. Thanks.

  3. Sardikar says:

    Having worked at a job where I need to go into a walk in freezer I have to say the end result please me greatly. It is so awesome to be able to just walk in and grab something without having to dig through several layers or permafrost.

  4. Spencer Davis says:

    Nice Job. I had a new style walkin freezer that the board controls everything that I was called on the other day. It had been frosting like this since day one they claim. It had ice and snow everywhere. I knew right away warm air was coming in from somewhere. Imitated a defrost and it stayed in defrost for 30 mins, coil temp showed 95 degrees. Board controls everything. Fans come on at 80 degrees three minutes after termination of defrost, I just shook my head. Got into the setting adjusted the fail safe defrost setting and lowered the evaporator defrost temp sensor, and now she is frost free. People that hooked it up never went into the settings

  5. Jim Jimmys says:

    Hi ihave a 3 door master bilt freezer that is freezing slightly in two compartment and not freezing in one ,the comparment is not seperated tecnician re gassed ,tried different aproaches nothing worked and they gave up ,they tried timing it for a longer period also and it did not work i am just spending money and the problem is still there ,can you give me a little advice thank you so mucj

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