I have a true beverage cooler and it had a broken line i repaired it know how can i till if it has enought gas in it and how do you read the pressure gauge i have an idear on how to repair it but need some more help
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Re: beverage cooler not cooling enought
Jeremy, after the line and new filter drier is put in the high pressure side and silver soldered make sure the unit is placed in absolute vacuum for 30 to 60 minutes. It's critical that all air and moisture is remove and the charge applied on low side with out a single air bubble put back in. You may need some on hands help on this solution to get the cooler working properly, Thanks Sea Breeze
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You should check the condenser to see that it is clean. Is the compressor running? If you have a leak, putting in gas wont help. You need to look for oil on the components around the compressor, inside the cooling coil housing. Hope this helps good luck.
Could be many things... A bad thermostat, bad compressor, bad compressor start relay, refrigerant leak, moisture in the system, or even a blocked capillary tube. You would need a lot more information... mostly only the kind a technician can get by getting his hands on it. Sorry.
Yes some cooling units don't have service ports,but you can put a piercing valve on the low side and check it but when you done take it out and repair the little hole made by the valve.Or if you have to open the system you can add a service port at the low side(suction) and if you open the system always replace the liquid line filter and when you do you can use the ones that cames with a service port to check the high pressure side.
BY to I take it yu mean top area inside cooler. If that is the case and yu are sure the drain is clear it could possibly be one of the following.
1: rusted/ corrodid evaporator drain pan
2: coil in cooler partially frozen