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Is that a florescent bulb in the freezer? Or is there some kind of light bulb in the freezer? If so, change the bulb. I'm not being funny. You give no information on what make, brand and year of the freezer to give you any help.
God day, Some thoughts. 1. Are the evap fan motors running, and at full speed. That would give you abnormally low suction pressure. 2. Cap tube sized too small. or partial restriction in the dryer cap tube/dryer when brazing in the lines. 3. Low ambient. What's the temp the machine is running in. 4. Over sized compressor. 5. Moisture. God, 134A is touchy on that one. 6. Was original cap tube soldered to the suction line to create a heat exchanger. Needed on many apps. Definately would cause flash back on start up. 7. Superheat a little low, should be 12 to 15 degrees.