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9. Troubleshooting

Dealing with refrigerant systems in reality differs from dealing with refrigerant system in theory. It is a matter of matching components with an adequate system layout. Although it works in theory, various problems may occur when running the actual system.

This chapter deals with troubleshooting and discusses potential problems with condensers and evaporators. When troubleshooting a system, it is important to have a systematic approach to collecting and analyzing data.

9. Troubleshooting
9.1 General
9.2 Necessary input
9.3 Methods for collecting input data
9.4 Evaporator underperformance
9.5 Condenser underperformance

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