View Full Version : newbie in reefer wants to learn ( sorry! )

29-05-2012, 08:57 PM
Hi guys

I recently posted a simillar thread seeking service manuals for Tk and carrier. Although i had done some research on the web only to find out they are not easy to come up, I now realise i did not do my homework correctly.

First let me appologize for not searching this forum a little bit more to find out that Everybody comes here beging for them!!! I even stumbled on a thread where a guy wrote "this is a forum not a library" Needless to say i felt the urge to say mea culpa.

So that being said i will try to reformulate my request properly. I worked as an auto mechanic for many years and now begun taking a class in HVAC by nights. I look forward to go in to the feild of reefers but dont know how to go about it . Some advise from the experts would be greatly appeciated.



p.s excuse my spelling i am french...


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29-05-2012, 09:01 PM
if i had any manuals you can have a copy but the only reefers i do arent refrigerated!!!:D- if every one guards them and doesnt share then we'd all struggle at times-on the other hand sharing manuals with someone of little technical experience could be disasterous-good luck in your quest

29-05-2012, 10:35 PM
H (http://www.refrigeration-engineer.com/forums/showthread.php?15786-all-reefer-container-problems-daikin-carrier-thermoking-mitsubishi&highlight=reefer+manuals)ave a look through this one

29-05-2012, 11:21 PM
Sceptre4, we all had to start somewhere and struggled getting info out of those in the know! Plus the manufacturers (Carrier in particular) want to keep knowledge in house. Only spurs us on to find quick solutions to problems that they have been grasping at with modifications for years.

What particular manuals are you after?

29-05-2012, 11:51 PM
good thing i tried to excuse my spelling...:)

Djbe : Wise reply. I am just starting to grasp the bigger picture here. And most of all i really dont want to get ahead of myself at all. I still have a full year (full time) in my course. I was thinking of somewhere along the lines of the most complicated unit outhere but idealy in interactive training mode. I am basicly looking for a mentor in fact. So something like a few pages a week and i could ask Qs. As i am writing theese lines i feel like i am asking a lot!



30-05-2012, 12:50 AM
Of course i am totaly open to any expert's proposition!


30-05-2012, 08:46 PM
I think you will struggle to get any interactive training. Could do with your email address.

31-05-2012, 07:29 AM
Ain't no experts here, just a load of guys running around with gauges pretending....:D

17-06-2012, 11:23 PM
If you want manuals for most containers i have them and can send them to u

18-06-2012, 11:17 PM
STarcool reefers, some manuals...

19-06-2012, 02:59 AM
is you are looking for mentoring i would be glad to help out you're not asking much in fact quite the opposite as an apprentice you should be asking as many questions as possible i should not that although the manuals are a good place to start they do not actually contain all the information necessary to fix problems especially in electrical areas