20 Most Recent True 19 cu. ft. / 538 liter Commercial Freezer T-19F Questions & Answers


A surge protector for a freezer is a good idea. To conserve energy? On paper it looks good but seriously only real savings are on bigger equipment.

True 19 cu. ft.... | Answered on Nov 04, 2014


Hi,
No timer...it goes on and off on a t-stat...if it is running alot it is not cooling properly...
Many times a freezer and/or refrigeratordo not work right because of a dirty condenser coil...there are also many otherthings that can go wrong. If you are hearing a clicking or buzzing then check out thelast two tips.

If your refrigerator is running but warm, then...

Check out this tip that I wrote about that... it is a great place to starttrouble shooting your unit...and something that you can do rather then callinga repair person to do a simple thing for you...

Refrigerator Condenser Coil Cleaning Refrigerator Repair

Refrigerator Troubleshooting Refrigerator Compressor

Refrigerator Compressor Start Capacitor and Start Relay


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True 19 cu. ft.... | Answered on Sep 18, 2010


yes any door swing can be reversed.take a good look and you will see the screws covered up with plastic covers .the door has to be removed first but check it out and you will see its not a big job get everything ready and it can be done within 10 minutes.adrian,,,,

True 19 cu. ft.... | Answered on Jun 29, 2010


Hello
Could be low on freon,i belive this model uses 134A.

So the suction pressure should be 31 to 35 psig,for a temp of 36 to 40.f

Also check the defrost timer and the door seal. The eveap should have a drain line on it, make sure this is working and not plugged.

True 19 cu. ft.... | Answered on Apr 07, 2010


ok hi there i viewed the specs for this freezer
http://www.truemfg.com/catalog/servlet/com.apsiva.servlet.HomeServlet
this unit must be plugged into a 120v outlet with a 15amp circuit breaker dedicated (nothing else should on this circuit) so all by itself. you have to check the voltage outlet where you plug in. you must have at least 115v or better (125v the most) if you have less then 115v it will cause damage. ok you went and checked all this out and everything is 15amp with 115v or better and it still trips breaker.
ok the running amps is 6.8 amps so to blow the circuit you need 15 amp which is too high.
i suggest you call a refrigeration guy because he will be able to determine if the problem is the compressor (which has a 4 year warranty with truemfg.com only in the USA) or something else. Usually but not 100% what would make a freezer like yours to blow the fuse is the compressor. if it overheats it will do this, if there is a sudden high pressure within the system it will do it, if you have a condenser fan that is not running at proper speed it will do this...
the problem cannot be pin pointed understand please... you have to babysit it, watch for changes in the refrigeration system and the running compressor amps, voltage drops ( this will cause high amps) etc...
Refrigeration is not easy and alot of tech stay away... so those who stick it out make money cause you have 2 choices: buy another one and pay big bucks to get it fixed. at least see if you can find someone to come over (for like $40 - $60) and tell you exactly whats wrong with it... whew... hope this was helpful and not confusing...sorry

True 19 cu. ft.... | Answered on Apr 04, 2010


If it runs, turns off, then tries to restart and kicks breaker, look for bad start components. Check start relay, start capacitor. It may be trying to restart too quickly and the compressor over amps and breaker trips. The system needs to have at least 3 minutes of off time before trying to restart. This allows the pressures in the system to balance enough so the compressor can overcome the high side pressure and start. I've seen where people turn the control up and down very quickly causing the compressor to over amp and trip breakers and over loads.
Hope this gets it for you.

True 19 cu. ft.... | Answered on Oct 24, 2009


Go to "truemfg.com". You can fill in your info on the home page and gain access to a 24 hour, on-line tech support. Worth a try.

True 19 cu. ft.... | Answered on Mar 07, 2009


CALL YOUR LOCAL REPAIR SERVICE IT POSSIBLY NEEDS RECHARGED WITH FREON

True Freezers | Answered on Feb 07, 2020


The heat at the opening of refrigerator is usually a sign the condenser coils are dirty. Check the condenser coils for a restriction underneath the unit. Dirty condenser coils will cause poor air flow over the coils and compressor. Poor air flow will cause a lot of problems, including overheating the compressor, the refrigerant and the copper lines. This will destroy your sealed system. The coils need cleaning at least once a year, more often if you have pets.
I couldn’t determine if your unit has an “energy saver” setting. If so, turn it on. Not all refrigerators have energy saver. This is on units with emilion heaters in the wall around the door gaskets. The heaters are to eliminate condensation around the door. Turning ON energy saver turns OFF those heaters. You should notice a change quickly if it’s the heater causing the heat, that is, if you have that model.
Cleaning the coils will need a day or two to allow things to cool down before you notice a change in the heat around the door.

True Freezers | Answered on Jul 29, 2019


tru would be a possible source.

True Freezers | Answered on Mar 10, 2019


I am assuming you are relating to the evaporator fan(s) not running. If this is the case, some units have a 'Klixon" type thermostat in the evaporator so when the evaporator coil temp reaches a predetermined temperature, the fans come on. You may have a bad "Fan Delay" (Klixon) or the coil is not reaching the proper temp to activate it to turn on the fans. I would check the wiring diagram on the unit for this part to see if this unit has it in the system.

True Freezers | Answered on Jun 12, 2018


call a repair service we do not have testing facility

True Freezers | Answered on Jan 31, 2018


ofcourse you should have it checked or BUY A NEW ONE

True Freezers | Answered on Jan 10, 2018


http://download.partstown.com/is-bin/intershop.static/WFS/Reedy-PartsTown-Site/-/en_US/manuals/TRUE-T-23_iom.pdf

This web site has the manual for this freezer. Take a look and see if this answers your question.

True Freezers | Answered on Sep 11, 2017


Request the wiring diagram directly from True.

True Freezers | Answered on Feb 22, 2017

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