I have a large industrial sized Victory Freezer that was moved from my house into my friends restaraunt. We had to lay it on it's side to move it and to get it into the restaraunt. There was no damage during the move.
I heard a leaking noise during the 24 hr period that we allowed the freezer to stand before plugging it in. It does not cool now.
Is this a common problem? What's the solution? Is it as simple as a refrigerant re-charge?
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:) welcome to the world of industrial machines. The good news is they are typically simple machines.
It is a good habit to take a few minutes to clean and oil your machine before you start sewing. Look for the oil points and give it one drop of quality sewing machine oil in each port.
Now let's try to determine why the hand wheel isn't turning. Loosen and remove the belt from the large reducer wheel under the table to the sewing machine. Try to turn the hand wheel. If it does turn.... Good! If it doesn't turn... we know the problem is in the the machine head and not the wheels below.
Make sure there is no bobbin thread or upper thread. Try to turn the hand wheel again. Anything?
Look carefully at the machine... is the take up lever bent? (personally had this happen with friends helped me move a big machine like this.)
Keep working this way... inspecting the machine until you find the problem. Good luck
I would take a train to Nebraska, go in to the local restaraunt (don't worry, there is only 1 restaraunt in Nebraska) and buy a cow from Orville (the cook). Rent a car and drive home with the cow in the back seat. When you get home, put the printer in front of the cow and have the cow jump up and down on the printer. If the printer STILL doesn't work after that, buy a new printer.
please try to touch the condenser if heating or listening on the freezer if have hizzing sound if not maybe your unit have no refrigerant u said that u move in to friends house maybe piping damage if this happen try to braze leak and recharge refrigerant.or try to relocate your unit maybe the circulation of air to condenser is not good. observe the operation of compressor if working continues.
You jard the liquids. Did you just move it a little or move like to another house because if you move a frig or freezer somewhere or lay on it's side you shouldn't plug in for an hour or more so it all settles or it won't work. Hope this helped
That would depend on the size of the freezer. If it's a compact 5-7 cubic feet, then its not necessarily needed, but if it is a large freezer I would recommend buying the hose adapter. The basic function for the hose adapter is draining the water after defrosting the freezer.
So if it's a large freezer that will not be moved, then YES by all means, you need the adapter.