Question about Traulsen Reach in Freezer - G12010
I have a 6 year old Traulsen freezer, model G12010. The freezer will cool to 59F degrees and then a loud high pitch sound followed with a sound of running water coming from what I think is the compressor. The temperature then goes up to 70F degree. The fan is working well (1 year old) and the coils are clean.
Question: Is it worth calling for service or should I trash it?
It sounds to me like the internal relief valve is lifting due to discharge pressure being to high such as it a system that is over charged with refrigerant. Have the system tested for pressures on high and low sides. If someone has serviced this unit recently there may be to much of a charge in the system. Also check the name place for the proper refrigerant and charge .
Posted on May 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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