TXV Operation, Diagnosis and Failure w/ Jamie Kitchen

In this episode of the HVAC school podcast Jamie Kitchen from Danfoss talks about common causes of TXV failure, how they function and how to set them. He also explains that a TXV isn't TRULY a constant superheat valve.

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