Question about Traulsen Freezers
Probably not. you would need to change the expansion device. You could probably get as low as 15-20 degrees but I doubt you could do much more than that without some system changes.
Posted on Jun 19, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if compressor is running, then you are correct in saying no point in replacing stat. by sounds of it you have a faulty compressor fault or a syatem fault - impossible to dignose by remotely. this is not a diy job i'm afraid
Posted on Jul 25, 2007
The first place to look is to check the charge. Using guages check the low and high side pressures and their relationship to one another. I'm assuming your unit is a R-404 unit which, if fully charged and the condenser is clean, and the fan is operating, should have about 210 to 250 high side pressure. Other things to check: evaporator coil ice/frost free; defrosting properly to obtain a clean coil; all evaporator fans running. If low side pressure is above 30 PSI you have a weak compressor. Whatever, fix the Traulsen unit, its head and shoulders above anything else on the market today.
Posted on Nov 24, 2008
Sorry, no secret. The fan wasnt working so we called an engineer who bypassed a sensor. Now it works perfectly again.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
The refrigerant level is low. The only thing is that the unit may not have a low charge. There can be several things that cause the unit not to refrigerate properly. It could have weak valves in the compressor or even a bad TXV(thermostatic expansion valve). Have you had this box repaired yet.? I see that this is an old post.
Posted on May 15, 2009
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