To My 77GMC
Thanks for taking the time to read and answer technical questions.
But. Your problem with humidity. Is not caused by your TXV.
Did you also determine that from GMC's explanation?
Honestly, I'm not going to take the time to look back through your other requests for information.
Has the system EVER worked correctly?
If it has, then YOU NEED A NEW MECHANIC.
I can't properly diagnose a system without several pieces of information. They are not present in this posting.
Nobody can give you an accurate diagnosis of a system over the internet.
Find a neighbor or a friend who knows a GOOD mechanic.
Or you can keep calling the "best in Phoenix".
Clue is in one of his other threads.
Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm
I think the "best in Phoenix", are either beer can cold. or, pressures only. LOL :D
What's wrong with that?
Originally Posted by beenthere
That's how I do everything. Even Low temp is 'beer can' cold....
Answers to your questions are pretty simple. I suggest you try taking a different approach when asking questions that could save you a lot of money and headaches.
Originally Posted by hoo155
The best I can figure out is that the OP is trying to figure out whether or not his txv bulb is wet or not. So, I guess we need wet and dry bulb readings:troll2:
Very nicely put.
Originally Posted by RoBoTeq
Oh boy this guy wont quit.:pop::pop:
I frankly was being a smart a$$ because I was afraid to break forum rules.
For that I apologize for not being more helpful.