20 Most Recent Turbo Air 49 cu. ft. / 1388 liter Commercial Freezer MSF-49NM Questions & Answers

no they us a thermostat to operate temprature

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Jun 26, 2014

does the compressor ever stop running? If not, the trouble is in the controls. If it does, the temperature sensor is probably bad. Start there and let me know if I can be of further help.

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on May 03, 2011

Hi, Please set your thermostat a bit warm and observe the compressor. Also check your freezer for leaking.

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Dec 15, 2010

Change the temperature control.


Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Dec 15, 2010

Tried to find the code "CO" in service manual but to no avail and please furnish the proper model number as none you list appeal. You stated that the unit sat for 5 months so I am wondering if your unit has developed a restriction in the capillary tube as this unit uses R 134A which has this problem.

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Dec 02, 2010

get a sheppards hook a parts store can help you tell them your prob

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on May 05, 2010


go to this site and check out the service manual. I guessed at the unit you had as you did not include the model number.
You can also go to turboairinc.com and search for more info if you need to.

Hope this gets you your answer.

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Apr 18, 2010

This is the web site for your manual for your unit. I've had some situations where some rubber type insulation has melted but I've not experienced any problem other than it makes a mess. Hope this helps.

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Mar 14, 2010

Since I do not have the exact model number, here is the site you need to visit to get the manual. Hope this is what you are looking for.

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Jan 24, 2010

If the fans your talking about are in the refrigeration section, then the unit is not in defrost. The interior fans shut off during the defrost cycle.
There is a condenser fan motor in the machine section by the compressor. If it fails, the problem you described can occur.
If that fan motor is still, and the compressor is cool to the touch, then no power is getting to the refrigeration section.
Could be a bad thermostat, or the unit has tripped off on the high pressure safety switch. The high pressure switch can be one of 2 styles. Auto reset, which means it will try to restart the compressor when the pressures become normal. The other has a lock out feature that requires it be reset manually. If it goes out on the high pressure switch, once reset, check the condenser fan motor to make sure it is running and/or excessive dirt in the condenser, which must be blown out.
Other causes can be a total loss of refrigerant, or a compressor that won't run.
Short of a broken wire all items listed except for a dirty condensor and reset of the high pressure switch, require a decent knowledge of electrical, Knowledge in the use of a VOM meter and amp-probe, as well as a set of refrigeration gauges.

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Oct 31, 2009

If it's frosted up, it's best to defrost manually with heat gun. Find the timer and advance until it goes back into defrost. The timer looks like a residential fridge. It cut the compressor off and the heaters on.
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Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Sep 06, 2009

My next question is, you say you have to call a tech to come out. Is he doing something? And if so, what? With the limited info I have at this time, it sounds like there may be a refrigerant problem. Let me know so we can continue. Am looking forward to resolving this.

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Jun 05, 2009

sound like a bad start capacitor,if you have a capactance check on your multimeter,you can find the readings on the side of the cap.I always replace the relay,overload and capacitor at the same time. this usually keeps me from coming back and having to replace another part in a short amount of time. Also check and make sure your condensor coil is clean , let me know if you need more help

Turbo Air 49 cu.... | Answered on Mar 31, 2009

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