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    I think we'll go with the Diversitech CS-3...

    I think we'll go with the Diversitech CS-3 Condensate Switch.
    Thanks everyone.
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    The compressor sits in a tray on top of the drain...

    The compressor sits in a tray on top of the drain pan. There is about half an inch gap all around. As the intake grill is open to the elements, if rain water was to get in, it would set the off a wet...
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    Small/tiny condesate switch.

    Just been told by an inspector that we need a condensate switch on upright PTAC's we installed. First Company sell the units, but don't offer a switch. Drain pan is tight. Anyone have suggestions?
  4. I worked at one place (for about a month) and...

    I worked at one place (for about a month) and sold one of their UV light/filter packages to a homeowner who had mold and allergies...when I got back to the shop they gave me a round of applause like...
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    Maybe running backwards?

    Maybe running backwards?
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    My Mother retold a similar story...the poor will...

    My Mother retold a similar story...the poor will always be poor...they make the poor choice.

    I make no quotes, and I call no one friend...I live happier with my self by 'doing the right thing' and...
  7. OK, didn't read everything and I'm in Heatpump...

    OK, didn't read everything and I'm in Heatpump territory.

    If the (residential) compressor can't stand ONE out of the ordinary start, in this case to pump it down, and survive, then it has no...
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    Well, IMO, that is a bit over the top. So, if...

    Well, IMO, that is a bit over the top.
    So, if they are dumb enough they deserve everything they get?
    However, if we tell them what they need we are Nazi's?

    Yeh, I probably read that wrong, but...
  9. Disconnect the outdoor fan motor, that will warm...

    Disconnect the outdoor fan motor, that will warm everything up real quick. Then pump it down like you would in the summer.
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    I got my stepson a job as a laborer where I work,...

    I got my stepson a job as a laborer where I work, because his 5 year Criminal Justice degree didn't seem to be panning out.
    He hates it, but he's still there.
    I can imagine him (and an awful lot of...
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    Just having fun with you my friend...keep up the...

    Just having fun with you my friend...keep up the good work.
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    How much did you get at the scrapper for it??

    How much did you get at the scrapper for it??
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    We had 4 or 5 of them from the same parts house...

    We had 4 or 5 of them from the same parts house go bad. Also seems like the end bulges a little and makes them a pain to remove.
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    Will it bring on stage 1 and stage 2 seperately...

    Will it bring on stage 1 and stage 2 seperately in the test mode?
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    The last one is a genius...pulling LRA but has no...

    The last one is a genius...pulling LRA but has no power going to it!

    I was told that if you do a good honest job for people they may tell another person. If you try to screw somebody over, they'll...
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    Did you take the jumper off of the test pins as...

    Did you take the jumper off of the test pins as soon as it started defrost?
  17. Thread: NATE Exam

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    Congrats. Don't forget you'll need 60 CEH to...

    Congrats. Don't forget you'll need 60 CEH to recertify. Start collecting!
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    The only time I'm asked if i have NATE...

    The only time I'm asked if i have NATE certification is when I go to classes.
    State requires 8 CEH's here. I've yet to be in a class where more than 5% have NATE.
    If the public doesn't know about...
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    As far as the original post is concerned...check...

    As far as the original post is concerned...check the blower (speed and wheel) for cleanliness.Get a superheat and subcooling reading at least. The more you tell, the more we can sell!
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    While I agree with that, I have to say that my...

    While I agree with that, I have to say that my thinking is along the lines of Dogboy. I change a lot of outdoor TXV's that have dryers attached. Always cut them out and sweat in a new one outside of...
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    It's new housing. They sell the lot and people...

    It's new housing. They sell the lot and people pick their floorplan. It's like a production line with different sub contractors for every job. Needless to say, Quality of work is not first class.
  22. Thread: Trane Wreck.

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    Oh yeh, they back-charge the deck guys for 2 new...

    Oh yeh, they back-charge the deck guys for 2 new ones, and then put the 'hangers' in rental property somewhere.
  23. Thread: Trane Wreck.

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    I guess we can't say 'It's hard to drop a trane'...

    I guess we can't say 'It's hard to drop a trane' anymore.
    btw that's a dryer vent next to where the right-hand unit used to be.
  24. Thread: Trane Wreck.

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    Deck posts not in concrete, not bolted to house,...

    Deck posts not in concrete, not bolted to house, couple inches of rain and whoosh. Good strong solder joints though.
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    Trane Wreck.

    :oops:398181
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