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    Skwsproul already posted this once. Here's the...

    Skwsproul already posted this once. Here's the EPA's stance on all things dubbed R-22A:

    http://www.epa.gov/ozone/snap/r22a.html

    The FBI got involved earlier this year:
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    Thanks. I think this about as SHAMEFUL of a post...

    Thanks. I think this about as SHAMEFUL of a post as I 've ever seen on the WALL OF SHAME.

    Here's a few scaled down copies of keviekev70's original photos of the condenser he found. Notice the...
  3. Thread: Transformers

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    The 24v secondary is a power source. It must be...

    The 24v secondary is a power source. It must be thought of as completely separate from the 120v circuit that supplies the primary.

    If one leg of the 24v secondary isn't connected to a ground,...
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    From what I see, the differences are subtle for...

    From what I see, the differences are subtle for those of us that don't or rarely work on Mitsubishi. Out of everyone that posted comments, only Lahr picked up on it.

    After keviekev70 revealed the...
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    Have you consulted with an authorized service...

    Have you consulted with an authorized service technician? You can locate one by doing a search here:

    http://majesticproducts.com/where-to-buy/

    OEM mercury-type flame sensor switches are hard...
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    Ah...it's just the size that your camera took...

    Ah...it's just the size that your camera took them as, so that's what you uploaded. The pictures you posted are 2 to 3 Mbytes in size.

    For future reference, if you reduce your photo size to...
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    katesisco, I don't know how it is that you...

    katesisco,

    I don't know how it is that you chose this tech-to-tech chat thread to post your question, but it's the wrong place. if you go to the HVAC-Talk AOP (ask our pros) forum, you can...
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    They are a bit overwhelming when scrolling them...

    They are a bit overwhelming when scrolling them in the thread. But many details can be seen the way he posted them.

    If you right-click each image and select VIEW IMAGE, then you can view each...
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    I don't know about that specific unit, but if...

    I don't know about that specific unit, but if there's a short to the cabinet, then it SHOULD be tripping a breaker. The cabinet may not be properly grounded.

    As a matter of safety for the users...
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    Well, I've only installed remote refrigeration...

    Well, I've only installed remote refrigeration condensers, so there may be many details I'm not seeing here.

    I take it the hanging brackets for that condenser came with it? Sure seems to me that...
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    Wizzuh, I just couldn't accept how THEY (your...

    Wizzuh, I just couldn't accept how THEY (your current & my former employer) would take on that national service contract for SBUX...to DO IT ALL...and then DIDN'T ensure that TRAINING...with manuals...
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    I know what you're talking about. I saw it all...

    I know what you're talking about. I saw it all during a brief tenure on mess duty. Never thought I'd be working on it someday.

    That one's a Cook/Chill with a mixer and a pumper connection. The...
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    Got an ice machine up-and-running at a bar...

    Got an ice machine up-and-running at a bar once...and everyone applauded. I bowed and so they each all offered to buy me a beer.

    Hmmm...problem is, I can't remember if I let 'em though.
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    Thought so. Went to a Marine Corps birthday...

    Thought so.

    Went to a Marine Corps birthday shin-dig once (out of many) and left with a piece of cake. Going to the car, an officer drove by and so I had to salute him. I laughed about having...
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    Commercial Cooking Equipment >FAIL

    This is a 60 quart steam-jacketed kettle that so happens to have numerous other add-on features. As a reference for its size, the control center next to it (with the chart plotter & switches) is six...
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    Anything akin to "John Wayne" paper then... ...

    duh, retard. shop wipes, toilet paper, paper towels, clean rags.[/QUOTE]

    Anything akin to "John Wayne" paper then...



    You did a searched for "IT?" WELL :censored:!

    I'm not as resourceful...
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    NOW I'm certain that...EVERYTHING possible has...

    NOW I'm certain that...EVERYTHING possible has been discussed on this forum at some point.
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    Well, YOUR Embraco doesn't use a capacitor, while...

    Well, YOUR Embraco doesn't use a capacitor, while that Silver King's does. Besides that, I'd be concerned that a 3-in-1's overload may not offer adequate protection to that little compressor. If it...
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    The monkey's tail. Keep hitting REFRESH. That...

    The monkey's tail.

    Keep hitting REFRESH. That gem may show up eventually.
  20. Thread: JUST NASTY !!!

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    Blame it on new folks trying to get their post...

    Blame it on new folks trying to get their post count up.

    Awe! We all do it at some point. A week ago I researched and then typed out a nice response for someone looking for a part in the...
  21. Thread: Blown Fuse

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    The disconnect is what I'd check too. A poor...

    The disconnect is what I'd check too. A poor connection there will get hot. The heat will conduct to the fuse. The fuse will get hot and blow - not from over=amping, but from damage due to the...
  22. Thread: JUST NASTY !!!

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    Some threads never die. That's okay though. ...

    Some threads never die. That's okay though. This four year old tread was worth reviving...


    Beverage center ice bins also get their share of “foreign matter” and deserve dishonorable mention:
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  23. Ah! Well if that's the case, the mods better...

    Ah!

    Well if that's the case, the mods better hurry up and move this over to the "Wall of Pride" section.
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    I haven't touched on of those in years now, but...

    I haven't touched on of those in years now, but scanning over that other thread, they discussed several things that Master-bilt had clarified for me concerning my questions on the two units I'd...
  25. I fell out of my chair when I saw the plywood...

    I fell out of my chair when I saw the plywood schematic w/gauges! Problem is...what's the BlUE wires for?

    Never-mind! You da man!
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