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    Jul 11, 2012, 01:55 PM
    Walk in freezer high pressure switch keeps cutting out
    Have cleaned the coil, and whilst checking the high side found the pressure to be about 150 psi... on R404 I thought that was a little low.. thought it shoul be about 250 psi.. on the low side was OK giving @-25 at the read pressure... any ideas what else this could be... although I did notice iceing of the service valve on the suction side

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