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    Nothing really special about this unit, I'm just...

    Nothing really special about this unit, I'm just trying the easy way out of fixing a messed up unit. Already have a basic wiring diagram to use.
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    Bohn wiring diagram

    Would anyone happen to have a wiring diagram for an old Bohn RCB84T or equivalent condensing unit? I contacted Bohn and they've purged their archives for this unit.
  3. Thread: trane pcm or upcm

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    :couch: It may sound silly but check Ebay. I...

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    It may sound silly but check Ebay. I found a contractor "back east" that sells slightly used boards from upgrade jobs.
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    Tempmaster Induction VAV

    Anyone out there happen to have any information on the Tempmaster Type SP box circa 1969? Any help would be appreciated, I have an old building that's had too many incompetant fingers playing with it...
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    We just sealed two old pans with Pancrete XE....

    We just sealed two old pans with Pancrete XE. Great stuff.
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    comm4 & Lonmaker

    Can the Echelon Lonmaker be used on comm4 devices as well? Debating if it's worth the money to purchase Rover.
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    Wide Open Spaces

    About 10 years ago the wife and I settled in Eastern Colorado due South of Fort Morgan, we're originally from the East coast suburbs of Maryland. Nothing beats walking out the back door and seeing...
  8. Thread: pay scale?

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    Voice of reason

    Glad to from hear a voice of reason. The weekly paycheck is not the whole standard except for perhaps the younger members. Union or non the weekly paychecks can and frequently do match or exceed each...
  9. Thread: What is your pay

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    We start 1st year apprentices at 15/hr, seniors...

    We start 1st year apprentices at 15/hr, seniors techs will usually end up in the area of 35/hr
  10. Thread: Service Managers

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    Service Managers

    Has anyone else noticed a trend of sales people with no technical knowledge being put in as service managers? Granted service techs are the best sales people but what sense does it make to have a...
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    The simplest remedy that I've seen has been to...

    The simplest remedy that I've seen has been to install a shaft grounding kit. Relatively inexpensive and very functional. We have a local medical/biological campus with bunches of VFDs, without the...
  12. Thread: More Trane Bashing

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    Still the same, if I could get an upgrade copy of...

    Still the same, if I could get an upgrade copy of V16 sp5 for only $400 I'd buy it. The BAS techs from the local Trane are great guys that will go the extra mile for the customer, it's the office...
  13. Thread: More Trane Bashing

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    If someone can sell me a legal copy of Tracer V16...

    If someone can sell me a legal copy of Tracer V16 for $400 just tell me where to send the money, I'll buy it today!
  14. Thread: More Trane Bashing

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    Here's one to figure out: I hired Trane BAS to...

    Here's one to figure out: I hired Trane BAS to upgrade a client's workstation to V16 sp5. My cost was $1200 for software and labor time (the tech is an old work acquaintance and we fixed a couple...
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    Just completed the very same upgrade. Had to...

    Just completed the very same upgrade. Had to download the drivers for the arcnet card onto the new PC then let Tracer set up the commiunications. Wouldn't work when we set up the card in the normal...
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    You're correct, if the company holds your...

    You're correct, if the company holds your retirement and they crash so does your retirement in most cases regardless of the goverment regulations. A good friend of mine took medical retirement only...
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    Funny developement, contract negotiation time...

    Funny developement, contract negotiation time again and we figure just another series of negotiations and a new contract for the guys, no big deal. Then we get notice that the service techs have...
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    Every now and again this thread starts up and we...

    Every now and again this thread starts up and we all get on our collective soap boxes and proclaim how bad the other side is taking it in the shorts. A good tech will make a good living union or non...
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    Excuse me? I don't understand your last post. My...

    Excuse me? I don't understand your last post. My company does strictly commercial/industial work, we deal with balancers on every job we do. Though I am by no means doubting your mechanical or...
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    15 minutes settle in time on TXV adjustments,...

    15 minutes settle in time on TXV adjustments, also if your valve is hunting (suction pressure goes way up then down then up again and down) odds are it's either a faulty power head or you're...
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    Engineers on commercial projects are usually...

    Engineers on commercial projects are usually dealt with through a paper trail, got to have any correspondence documented or they might try to weasel out. I didn't see or maybe just overlooked it,...
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    The H10 is still the tops to me,but once again...

    The H10 is still the tops to me,but once again the equipment is only as good as the operator.
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    light load
  24. Thread: model #'s

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    go to the manuf website and do a search

    go to the manuf website and do a search
  25. The majority of semiherms don't care about...

    The majority of semiherms don't care about rotation, oil pump or not. The oil pumps will pump regardless of rotation. If fla is 8A~ and actual under moderate load is 5A there isn't a problem. The...
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