Medford Wellington provides comprehensive heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, sheet metal, plumbing and electrical services to commercial and residential clients in Leominster, MA.
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HVAC Service call. Preventative Maintenance service completed per contracted agreement. All requirements per seasonal obligations have been met. Any issues found during PM service have been brought to the attention of the appropriate personnel and have been defined as either a critical or a non-critical issue for their review. HVAC call is complete.
HVAC call. Went to roof and found system completely flat, no refrigerant. Pressurized system with nitrogen and found a leak in bellows of condenser fan cycling switch. Replaced with new switch, pressurized with nitrogen, pulled a vacuum and recharged system with 8 lbs of R22 refrigerant. Unit is operational, call is complete.
Refrigeration call. Upon arrival checked in with location. Manager reported unit had stopped working after being worked on day prior. Inspected unit. Compressor running. Hooked up gauges. Pressure near equal. Compressor valves are bad. Unit will require a new compressor. Unknown how long compressor had been pushing against prior restriction and likely the cause of the damage. Spoke with management. Will quote replacement compressor however location is looking to replace unit. Overall condition of unit poor. Many broken drawer brackets. Corrosion to Evap noted. Unit is not operational at this time. Spoke with supervisor. Call is complete.
Removed torn gaskets. Mounted new gaskets. Ensured gaskets making good seal. Doors/drawers opening and closing properly. Call complete
Exhaust hood not working Upon arrival checked in with manager. He reported kettle exhaust not working. Went to roof and inspected unit. Found motor cycling on overload. Checked capacitor. No issue. Motor is seized and will not turn over. Motor pulley rust to shaft. Spoke with MOD, he gave approval to replace motor and pulley. Located and picked up parts. On return installed and wired new motor. Attached a detailed aligned motor pulley. Checked reputations. Attached belt and adjusted tension. Unit now fully operational.