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Ffu17fc4cwo commercial freezer , no suction from door and will not freeze

Freezer door will not suction closed, and it will not freeze

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Frigidaire Freezer Model FFU17C3AW1 door not sealing properly?


Good Afternoon Vonaspern,

I understand that you are having trouble with the door sealing properly on your Frigidaire freezer, model# FFU17C3AW1. I see that you have already checked to make sure there is nothing blocking the door from closing as well as making sure there was nothing between the door gasket and the freezer body. Next, I would check to make sure that the gasket is not damaged or compromised in any way. If it is not damaged, I suggest contacting your local authorized technician for further assistance. They will be able to diagnose your freezer and determine what is causing your appliance to properly seal. Hope this is helpful.

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The hot gas valve is activated during the machines harvest cycle letting hot gas defrost the evporator. If it is "leaking by " that means that it is not fully closing during the freeze cycle causing high suction pressures and inefficient operation of the machine. And maximum freeze cycles. If that is happening it will need to be replaced by a qualified technician.

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Could be low on freon,i belive this model uses 134A.

So the suction pressure should be 31 to 35 psig,for a temp of 36 to 40.f

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