True Freezer



Have you found a good deal on a new True freezer?

If the price and warranty are competitive, I have no doubt that you'll be happy with your new True unit.

I've worked on a variety of sizes and models of True freezer, and they've all been high quality products.


The legs, cabinets, doors, hinges, and insulation are all carefully made of durable materials.

The shelves and shelf clips are strong, fit precisely, and are usually pretty easy to adjust.

The electrical components and controls are standard items that are usually available at parts distributors.

The refrigeration components are manufactured by major manufacturers, and should be easy to find if you need replacements.


As a technician, my impression has been that True equipment is designed to provide access to all the components that might need to be repaired and replaced, which saves time during maintenance and repairs.


If you're wondering why I've worked on so many of them; well, they're everywhere, they last a long time, sometimes they're not maintained very well, and after years of running non-stop, they eventually need service.


In my opinion, if you select the True freezer that meets your needs, install it correctly, and maintain it on a regular basis, you should be able to expect years of reliable service from it.


If you'd to visit their web site, it's at www.Truemfg.com.


If you're troubleshooting a freezer, our System Evaluation Manual has cycle diagrams and guidelines for evaluating pressures and temperatures on air conditioning and refrigeration systems; our Freezer Repair page has some tips about troubleshooting some common freezer problems; our Refrigeration Control System page discusses refrigeration controls, and you might want to take a look at our Refrigeration and Electrical Troubleshooting Chart, which is re-printed from a military training manual.


I hope this page has helped, and please, feel free to contact us with any specific HVAC questions you might have, including questions about refrigeration on Guam, and air conditioning on Guam.

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