About a week ago the compressor and the evap coils were replaced then 2 days later it was a hot box again. this unit is 2.5 years old.
As of this time the mobo gives the correct voltages everywhere, the compressor runs, all the fans run, the compressor ohmed out correctly, but neither evap coil frosts up, it is my opinion its either a Freon leak overfill or under fill. while i was feeling about on the plumbing i find that the condenser is at room temp, the compressor is hotter than it should be, the end of the freezer cap is slightly cold as it enters the evap coil the coil is room temp... same thing at the fridge evap coil but to a lesser extent, and the suction tube a few inches before it enters the compressor is the coldest point but not frosty(going to plug the system in now after it was off all night to see if the suction tube gets frosty with out the compressor being overly hot).
also the 3 way valve returns home on power up
My other thought is there is a restriction/kink in a line we cant see... as this unit never did really ever get all that cold but they say the variable speed dual evap units don't get as cold as the old ones... or they were just pulling our leg...