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    ANSWER FOR BEENTHERE

    My text book is the one authored by Whitman, Thompson, and Tomczyk, Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Technology. I’m told it’s the best. Unfortunately, the reason I have to ask you good fella's...
  2. RESIGNATION

    Thank-you Moderator "BeenThere" for the information. I will resign forthwith. One last comment though; after retiring from my former career I recently returned to school, gained my Associate Degree...
  3. QUESTION FOR MODERATOR "BEENTHERE"

    How do I resign my membership ??
  4. THANXS

    My geriatric mother (w/serious health conditions) and I both thank the kind folks who offered positive responses to my request for help. After reading the responses from the several kind gentlemen ,...
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    REPLY

    My geriatric mother (w/serious health conditions) and I both thank the kind folks who offered positive responses to my request for help. After reading the responses from the several kind gentlemen ,...
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    I know the reason why it blew.

    I know the reason why it blew.
  7. BUSS Fuses - Simple Question, Wash DC

    I blew the BUSS fuse protecting my Ruud, residental furnace, 24 volt transformer, and I can't find a replacement anywhere. It's a BUSS MDL 2 Amp, 250 volt. It's the "slow-blow" kind with the little...
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    BUSS Fuses - Simple Question

    I blew the BUSS fuse protecting my Ruud, residental furnace, 24 volt transformer, and I can't find a replacement anywhere. It's a BUSS MDL 2 Amp, 250 volt. It's the "slow-blow" kind with the little...
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    I will do so - thanx

    I will do so - thanx
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    Good Information - Thanx

    Good Information - Thanx
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    PILOT LIGHT KEEPS GOING OUT

    Folks:

    My 88-year-old mom has a 30-year-old residential hotwater heater, A.O. Smith, "Conservationist," Model PGC 40 950F, whose pilot light only says lit for a few hours or a few days at a time. ...
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    PILOT LIGHT KEEPS GOING OUT

    Folks:

    My 88-year-old mom has a 30-year-old residential hotwater heater, A.O. Smith, "Conservationist," Model PGC 40 950F, whose pilot light only says lit for a few hours or a few days at a time. ...
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    Your quote below that 10 would equal 2 1/2 tons,...

    Your quote below that 10 would equal 2 1/2 tons, and 12 would equal 3 tons, and 16 would equal 4 tons makes a lot of sence. I understand that. What I can not understand is how does the "24" equal 2...
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    I understand that 400 CFM per ton is the norm. I...

    I understand that 400 CFM per ton is the norm. I also know the CFM formula - thanx
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    Sorry SNEWMAN24, that cite does not contain any...

    Sorry SNEWMAN24, that cite does not contain any numbers close to mine. Thanx anyway.
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    Sorry Dan SW FL, that Trane website is useles for...

    Sorry Dan SW FL, that Trane website is useles for my purposes.
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    STUDENT'S QUESTION FOR THE EXPERTS

    I'm an HVAC student currently studying for final exams. I need to learn how to determine the CFM of a trane Model TUE1A040A9241AA, and Serial number 6422YC61G?
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    800 CFM

    As you may recall, my question was what is the tonnage of my unit. From your answer the only thing I can suppose is that you are saying that my unit is two (2) tons.
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    TRANE SERIAL NUMBER QUESTION

    How do I determine my tonnage? My trane Model is TUE1A040A9241AA, Serial 6422YC61G.
  20. Washington DC Area Application Job

    WILLIAM (Bill) CONGLETON
    wjcong@cox.net, (703) 585-2477

    Career Objective:
    HVAC EMPLOYMENT

    SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

    • EPA Universal Certification
    • HVAC Associate’s Degree in 2009 – 4.0...
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    Washington, DC, Area - Looking For HVAC Job

    WILLIAM (Bill) CONGLETON
    wjcong@cox.net, (703) 585-2477

    Career Objective:
    HVAC EMPLOYMENT

    SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

    • EPA Universal Certification
    • Associates Degree HVAC – 4.0 GPA
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    THANX

    THANX
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    Thanx for the good advice. We have a 20-year...

    Thanx for the good advice. We have a 20-year retirement in federal law enforcement!
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    Employment Application for DC Area

    Yes, I am seeking part-time employment in the Washington, DC, area, while I complete my studies in HVAC. I plan to concert my part-time employment to full-time in the spring.
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    Lincoln Tech

    I attended in the 1970's. I did not like it. My oppinion is that the instructors did not know every much, and the tution was too high.
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