questions pertaining to refrigeration(low to high temp) and HVAC. Specialties include restaurant equipment of all types.
35+years servicing the equipment of the Food Service Industry
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SOME TROUBLESHOOTING QUESTIONS: 1. is the evaporator fan motor operational? check by opening door & depressing door switch; light should go off, evaporator motor should start. 2. usually, there is
hiya Charles. I read your question and have a few things for you to check before you get too many responses telling you to change the controller. 1. check the hi-tension wire (the thick, rubber-coated
If we're working on something that we do on a regular basis-you bet! Usually its tech stuff i.e. wiring changes, refrigerant type, past repair(s), etc. I'd never waste time leaving a note as to the
according to the wiring diagram, once power is applied to the unit, the only components that will affect the fuses (without the thermostat calling for cooling)are/probably the control transformer.(marked-"transformer"
it would be easier to diagnose with a Model#, voltage requirement. it is possible for a PC board to blow a line fuse if the transformer on the board is shorted.
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