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Low suction pressure high head pressure

Can not tell if epr is bad or cap tube or valves

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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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I have a high pressure on the high side, but no pressure on the low side, when i test my freezer, any ideas, thanks

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