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Very hot compressure

68 suction pressure and 350 discharge pressure

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Have frost on the compressor suction line moments after start, compressor unusually loud and labored, and overheating, means the system has been overcharged.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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    Bruce Volkers May 31, 2009

    Also if the suction line does not frost, then the condenser is not being cooled sufficiently. That could be a fan problem or that the condenser coil is insulated from the passing air by a film of dirt. in which a cleaning would restore normal op.

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