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Low suction and low head pressure


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Above 78F no longer works gives heat head pressure is 300 and slightly above while low side varies bet 45 and 55 psi,noise in the return. i have about 85 feet of coil run 3/8 high side and 3/4 return from...


Your head pressure is a little high, depending on the ambient temp and your suction pressure is a little low. The suction pressure should be around 68 psig, the equivalent of a 40 degree coil. You can try adding a little refrigerant, check your compressor amp draw. If head pressure keeps going up and suction doesn't come up you may have a restricted metering device or filter dryer

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Hi, High head and a low suction pressure can indicate a couple of different things. One, condenser coil very dirty and needs to be washed very well. This will bring your head pressure down but let it run back up to normal engine temperatures. If the head is ok after you clean it, and suction is even lower, you may still be low on charge. If the system is over charged will cause this problem. You may want to clean coil, evacuate unit, and weight in your charge. Charge is critical on a auto a/c. You may also have a restriction in the filter drier or site glass. Go through the basics first. Suction should run about 18 p.s.i. Head will run about 27*F over ambient.If you are running R-12 or 134-A, the pressures will be close on your gauges. Go by your scale on the inner part of your gauge which is temperature. So, for R-12 with an outdoor temp of 90 degrees, your head will be about 150 p. s. i. Remember, the charge is critical. Good luck,
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These numbers are a little high depsite the high ambient conditions.Amazingly enough ,automotive low side suction pressure will equal the degrees its putting out at the evaporator coil...for instance,70 psi low side pressure will produce about 70 degrees of cooling. At 300 psi on the high side(which is high) this is about as low as the suction pressure will go....you need it to go lower.I would probably be concerned with the freon level as a slight overcharge could boost these numbers.Poor air flow through the condenser can also create a higher head pressure than desired.If possible,I would evacuate and re-charge the system with the correct amount of 134a refrigerant. Try to get those pressures lower...about 250/50 would be a decent pressure value in this ambient condition.Verify good airflow through the coils and pay close attention to any foreign debris like plastic grocery bags or wrappers covering the coils...Ive even seen these make their way between the small gap between the condenser and radiator so use a light and inspect carefully for this.Air flow through that condenser coil is vital and any deficit there will create high head pressure which obviously causes high suction pressures....good luck

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I have to know what the outside temp is and I also need to know the seer of the unit. It would also help to know what the indoor temp is as well. Generally your suction pressure or what you are referring to as the indoor temp will be about the same. Let's say your indoor temp is 75, then your suction pressure should be around 75psi as well. Based on the suction pressure you just gave me, I would bet that the temp is not 38 degrees. With the suction at 38 and a low head or high side, you may be low on refrigerant. 110 is a little low but again, this depends on the seer rating of the unit. A higher seer will have a lower head.

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Low suction pressure high head pressure


That system has a restriction. Most common at TXV valve or capillary tube. Will need to be replaced by Refrigeration company. In this video I replaced TXV valve and filter drier due to the same issue You have. Its Ice Machine, Low side was at 5 PSI, High at 250PSI : 404A; should be around 55-65 Low; 250 -275 High. Replaced drier and TXV, machine works proper.

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