Type: Posts; User: GSC
My buddie found my tool that was left at the previous job. Woo hoo!:) :)
It seems like cops are getting lazy these days and making excuses not to do there job.
I just graduated from school and have been working with someone for about a month. I'm getting paid around the same price but I know with experience it will go up. Hang in there!!!!!
I left one of my tools on the job the other day has anyone seen it:(
I stopped at R E Michel Company and picked up a fieldpiece. It was only 16 bucks.
Maybe it's time to change the filter drier?
Did you check the blower wheel to see if it's clogged up. And how is the filter?
Kind of a silly question is your thermostat programable and it's set that way?
Everything sounds pretty good. I'm not sure why you would have high head pressure. Do you have any kinks in the line set?
I will definitely do that and thank you for the advice!
With 5 degrees superheat it sounds like it's slighty overcharged. If it's an older unit it could be a week compressor. How long is the line set? Also is it r22 or r410a?
With boxed in ceiling joist your pulling heat through the floor. Did you take a temprature difference from return and supply?
Is the blower speed on high and also is there a txv?
Will Dirty Filter Drier's Change Superheat and Subcooling?
Sorry! I meant testo 550
What would i take a static pressure reading for? We just got a testo 510 at work i hope my boss let's me keep it in my truck. I used it once it is "VERY NICE" as we say in kazakhstan:) Borat!
Question for ChaseAir:
How do you do cap readings and static pressure readings? I know how to do the others.
Do you think the fan was going on and off intermittently? I dont think it was the control board but wasn't sure. Its hard to determine the cause of a problem when the customer has had the system off...
The only reason I said low on refrigerant is because the outside coil was clean.
If it had high superheat than that means it is low on refrigerant? There wasn't any signs of that but then again the systems was off long enough to avoid those signs. I think the other service tech...
I guess if Trane tests the control board I'll know for sure if that wasn't the problem. I'm a FNG in this field and I was with another service tech training me. I definitely agree on putting guages...
I cant remember the model#. If I get a call to go back there I will have to check the run capacitor. The unit is pretty new so I dont think its the fan but I didn't check it. It was one of those...
The coils looked clean and the unit is no more than a couple years old. I noticed for a brief moment the compressor kicked on before the fan which suggested there was a problem with the fan but it...
I was looking at the Taylor's the other day and they seem pretty decent. I'm also considering the Cooper Atkins or Fieldpiece.
I'm not sure if I'm in the right forum area. I worked on a heat pump air conditioning unit the other day and the communicating control board was flashing a code saying it was on high pressure lock...