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    SH is definitely an essential part of the...

    SH is definitely an essential part of the equation for me.
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    I agree michaelg55. An open return in a ceiling...

    I agree michaelg55. An open return in a ceiling space with no method of pulling conditioned air from occupied space couldn't and wouldn't work, and can't have been the original design. I feel maybe...
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    I agree with Icemeister. You already changed the...

    I agree with Icemeister. You already changed the board and water valve so water level sensor is the next step. Good luck, some of these issues are hard to pinpoint.
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    I like temp controls for most, but use pressure...

    I like temp controls for most, but use pressure controls on R-404-A. 404 Is hard to control in medium temp situations as there is a slim margin of error, and cutoff is so high
  5. Pink slime is tobacco related contamination. None...

    Pink slime is tobacco related contamination. None of it bothers me. What doesn't kill you just makes you {me} stronger, and I am a gorilla when it comes to germs/bacteria.
  6. DGIO-NOT, I agree...

    DGIO-NOT, I agree completely.:gah::gah::gah::gah::gah::gah::gah:
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    If we buy a Geothermal Heat Pump w an integrated...

    If we buy a Geothermal Heat Pump w an integrated Water Heater, air seal the house, and insulate, We get a 30% tax credit(till 2016) worth about $11,000, and we still get the $7,900 in rebates from...
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    Thank you, we provide information to owners who...

    Thank you, we provide information to owners who know enough to call a professional to correctly install and maintain their systems.
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    Ditto. DItto, DITto. DITTo. DITTO. DITTO. DITTO.

    Ditto. DItto, DITto. DITTo. DITTO. DITTO. DITTO.
  10. Amen JP.:.02:

    Amen JP.:.02:
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    Pride or not; this horse has been dead so long...

    Pride or not; this horse has been dead so long it's stinking to high heaven.
  12. A new unit with 4.5 lbs. of refrigerant in it...

    A new unit with 4.5 lbs. of refrigerant in it should have enough positive pressure in it to preclude contamination from air at pressures from the atmosphere at your altitude. In other words it still...
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    It could be that better warranties no matter...

    It could be that better warranties no matter which manufacturer could be due to problems with the equipment whether stated or not.
  14. I diagnose, and repair a lot of different...

    I diagnose, and repair a lot of different commercial equipment; from ice machines to convection ovens, and everything you would find in restaurants, or cafeterias. We completely warrant any item we...
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    As long as the top of the vent is above the...

    As long as the top of the vent is above the outflow from the condensate pan the water shouldn't come out before it floods the air handler. Oh! that's what the cut off switch they installed is deigned...
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    We haven't air conditioned any hybrids yet. I'll...

    We haven't air conditioned any hybrids yet. I'll try Google.
  17. Carrier is still producing cadillacs and you can...

    Carrier is still producing cadillacs and you can gt them with all the options. The reason to change both halves of the system are many. Top line units today do a bunch of communicating with...
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    They don't do that here in NE Alabama. Must be a...

    They don't do that here in NE Alabama. Must be a Canadian thing. maybe they think you get done faster if you are thinking cold.
  19. We're not doing many minis as yet ,but the ones...

    We're not doing many minis as yet ,but the ones I've worked on even though different manufacturers haven't been that tough to diagnose and repair,and yes tech support can help a tech g o in the right...
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    It makes no sense to me to spend money on more...

    It makes no sense to me to spend money on more than the smallest repairs on a 16 yr old unit. You put a new evap coil in and have 400 other 16 year old parts lining up to fail. Makes me shudder to...
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    There isn't a lot of choice in air handler...

    There isn't a lot of choice in air handler covers. What comes on the unit is what you're stuck with. Since you have an idea on what you want, take measurements make sketches, and find a sheet metal...
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    I have had a lot of trouble out of these units...

    I have had a lot of trouble out of these units and they can be compressor killers. The condenser coils are notorious for blocking. You need to mount an all out assault in cleaning mode from both...
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    The best results came from matching units, or you...

    The best results came from matching units, or you could take a chance that after spending x amount of dollars you won't be satisfied, but you will have saved money.
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    By increasing the size of the registers at the...

    By increasing the size of the registers at the end of the six inch ducts you will not only lessen the noise which comes from the restriction from the 6" registers, but you will also increase the air...
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    IMO manufacturers post best case scenario...

    IMO manufacturers post best case scenario numbers. For ice machines as an example the factory literature for a 450 lb. per day ice machine lists 450 lbs. as daily production. In reality 450 lbs. is...
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    That would be the OP.

    That would be the OP.
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    Is your txv bulb vertical or at 4 or 8 o'clock...

    Is your txv bulb vertical or at 4 or 8 o'clock and is it insulated?
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    So, I guess I know if it's variable speed or not....

    So, I guess I know if it's variable speed or not. and Bald Loonie doesn't know.
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    Different thread count though.

    Different thread count though.
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    Also, if you're starting with a hot box it could...

    Also, if you're starting with a hot box it could take a couple of days to cool off the floor and the box, and you might need a defrost on arrival to start checking superheat. I've had freezers that...
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    Is the system going through the fan delay cycle...

    Is the system going through the fan delay cycle to prechill evaporator.
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    I went on one today. An old Scotsman ice machine...

    I went on one today. An old Scotsman ice machine I nurse quit running, and we got a call to come out. It was unplugged. I told the customer electricity was essential to proper ice production.
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    Turn it off, or run it; unless it is physically...

    Turn it off, or run it; unless it is physically disconnected from the wiring the potential for damage is still there. if he lightning hits close enough unhooking the wires wouldn't help. Several...
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    Has this unit been working correctly in the...

    Has this unit been working correctly in the recent past? Did you put the charge in from a vacuumed system staring point?
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    yea, I agree with "beenthere; there could be an...

    yea, I agree with "beenthere; there could be an excess flow of refrigerant to the evaporator causing liquid being sent to the evaporator.
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    I agree; may be time to consult s refrigeration...

    I agree; may be time to consult s refrigeration manufacturer's engineer, or maybe a refrigeration oil manufacturer's engineer.
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    Hey Pard, I don't feel there would be a problem...

    Hey Pard, I don't feel there would be a problem with switching to Cpvc. Just wondering why. When I've had problems with the lines stopping up I cut the copper, and when finished added braided pvc...
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    Sorry, but there is a lot I don't agree with...

    Sorry, but there is a lot I don't agree with about your post. There are tests for the heat board, and the potentiometer, and for the probe for that matter. If it's the potentiometer you ohm it and...
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    Manitowoc uses a magnetic switch in the water...

    Manitowoc uses a magnetic switch in the water curtain. When curtain is held open by ice switch opens and stops machine. Hoshizaki uses a proximity switch. When bin is full ice moves a paddle which...
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    Why not us the same fan cycle switch used on...

    Why not us the same fan cycle switch used on commercial cooler condensers. A lot cheaper to install than head master.
  42. Pricing is not allowed and to post other than a...

    Pricing is not allowed and to post other than a question you need Professional membership with an asterisk.
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    Oh yeah, Kitchen-aid is a Hobart brand. Call...

    Oh yeah, Kitchen-aid is a Hobart brand. Call Hobart for repairs.
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    It doesn't have a txv. The small tube is a...

    It doesn't have a txv. The small tube is a capillary tube and is the system's metering device. The compressor can sound fine. and just be spinning. Your tech could check amp draw or system pressures...
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    You don't calibrate these ovens. If it still...

    You don't calibrate these ovens. If it still heats you change the temp probe, Or could be just clean the temp probe, as if they are encrusted with carbon gently clean the probe and then check oven...
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    You really need refrigeration/ice machine repair...

    You really need refrigeration/ice machine repair company for this unit. Yes they are high dollar. Just finished a repair on one a little above minor and it cost customer half the cost of new unit,...
  47. Sounds like a hole for inspection or repair and...

    Sounds like a hole for inspection or repair and as long as it's tight it no biggie
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    Mine is a tub with enough room to give me 2 or 3...

    Mine is a tub with enough room to give me 2 or 3 inches of space around a 50 lb recovery jug. set up recovery put jug in tub surround jug with ice. Speedy recovery is the result.
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    This is from a website i found For many...

    This is from a website i found

    For many builders, the reluctance to install hardwood floors over radiant heat stemmed from problems associated with the original technology introduced more than...
  50. Your unit need attention from your local hvac...

    Your unit need attention from your local hvac tech.
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