Question about Hussmann Freezer 12 Facing Straight Glass Front Ice Cream Dipping Cabinet - With Rear Storage Doors
Hey there. First question I have is if you have a heat pump or straight ac. Straight ac is easy to diagnose. Your suction pressure will be high, your head pressure will be lower, not sure how clean your condenser coils are so its hard to say how high. Your amp draw on your compressor will be lower than normal. Also, when looking at the suction pressures, you have to keep in mind what temp the air hitting the evap coil is. If it is warm, that will make your suction pressure go up. Another way to check the vavles is to hold the suction line at the compressor when you shut it off. If the temp goes up the second you shut it off, this tells you the hot gas is leaking through your suction valves. You can also try to pump the system down, then shut it off and see how fast the pressure builds back up, this will give you and idea how fast it is leaking through. Let me know if you need any thing else, I'll be here.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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