I purchased a used delfield alco freezer 6151 s and have no manual. I need to know how to set the digital control. I have tried switching the unit off as it said on the control then resetting the control. It just blinks and wont set. I cant find this model in the listing for a manual. Thanks in advance George.
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I would look to see if it is tripping during the defrost cycle. One of the heater elements my be faulty. Never heard of a bad TXV causing a breaker tripping, but I guess it's possible. I would adjust the superheat so that it is about 6 to 8 degrees just prior to unit reaching temp and shutting off. I'd start there.
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Take a hair dryer (or take off the gasket and throw them in the clothes
dryer (yes I am for real I do this all day long)) then put them back
on. or the hair dyer way is keep heating the gasket up and holding the
door closed while you do it. they should start to seal as you are
pressing them together.
If the thermostat will let you set that high of a temp, you probably could use it. Let me give you a few things to think about.
At higher temps, the refrigerant pressures could cause the compressor to work harder which would shorten the life.
The unit will also have shorter run cycles which could over work the compressor.
Shorter run times will affect the humidity of the conditioned space. Bad thing if you have fruits and veggies in there.
You will have to eliminate the defrost cycles. No need to have "Forced" defrost at cooler temps.
I am not a big fan of using equipment for things other than what it was designed for.
So, you can try it and keep an eye on how it performs.
Good luck and hope this is of some help.
It can be done but someone would have to do their homework. They have to know the BTU rating of the evap. Then match the compressor and expansion device to it for the intended temp range. In some cases, the compressor can be used in multiple temp ranges, so you could be lucky and just change the expansion device and possible the temp control, depending on which one you have. Let me know if I can be of any further help.