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    ::DD: I love it!! And I wouldn't be...

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    I love it!! And I wouldn't be surprised if this is the reason that motivated somebody to develop it!
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    Thanks.

    Thanks.
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    Pretty cool! It would also be good for techs who...

    Pretty cool! It would also be good for techs who work alone, especially on rooftops or in unoccupied areas.
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    Aren't there EPA requirements for stockpiling...

    Aren't there EPA requirements for stockpiling refrigerant? My commercial customers who kept refrigerant on hand were required to keep accurate records of their stock. I remember hearing some complain...
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    Cue the Lee Greenwood song, "Proud To Be An...

    Cue the Lee Greenwood song, "Proud To Be An American"...
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    Welcome! You should really enjoy the controls...

    Welcome! You should really enjoy the controls forums, among others. Sounds like you have much to offer, both there and in the "green" discussions.
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    That reminds me, I've got to bring mine out of...

    That reminds me, I've got to bring mine out of "winter storage". Dang, temp's in the 80's and I haven't ridden yet...
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    In the interest of full disclosure, I am not a...

    In the interest of full disclosure, I am not a residential tech. But, my house is also on a slab and we had a new system with a variable speed furnace installed three years ago. And we love it! Wish...
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    Allen, you should get your posts count up and...

    Allen, you should get your posts count up and apply for pro status. There is more indepth discussion in the pro forums.
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    OK. I was just wondering if I was talking with a...

    OK. I was just wondering if I was talking with a fellow former Trane tech.

    Maybe not, but it's not like we're gonna be sent to detention or something. At least I don't think so... :whistle: ...
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    ::DD: Somebody has too much time on...

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    Somebody has too much time on their hands... :whistle: :cheers:
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    Welcome! I'm curious, how did you come to gain...

    Welcome! I'm curious, how did you come to gain experience on the CH530?
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    Thanks, Joey! That advice on monitoring mode...

    Thanks, Joey! That advice on monitoring mode settings is a huge help for me. I really appreciate it.
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    I believe there's no problem with the...

    I believe there's no problem with the application; simple VAV AHU's. They work fine, we've only had one failure and that ocurred when a motor grounded - I suspect the motor failure caused the drive...
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    Around here I see a lot of wood used like that....

    Around here I see a lot of wood used like that. Don't know why. Don't know why not, either ...
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    I have magnetic 1/2 inch nut driver bit I got...

    I have magnetic 1/2 inch nut driver bit I got from Fastenal.
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    My last shop has an aluminum one, about 3 feet in...

    My last shop has an aluminum one, about 3 feet in diameter and about 3 feet tall. Wnen I first started out, we poured R11 over crushed dry ice down the center cylinder of it. This was in the 1980's....
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    Coalminerwillis, I just looked at the thread...

    Coalminerwillis, I just looked at the thread Apprenticanic referred to. You really should take his advice. And I will no longer participate in this thread.
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    The relay allows the 24V circuit to control a...

    The relay allows the 24V circuit to control a device in the 120V circuit. It's common to use a lesser volt circuit (also called control voltage circuit) to control a higher volt circuit. A control...
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    A relay. 24V coil, with a normally open contact.

    A relay. 24V coil, with a normally open contact.
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    Good for you! I think you're giving them more...

    Good for you! I think you're giving them more than they deserve after the way they've treated you since you gave them your notice. But I also think that it's better to take the high road. Let us know...
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    Uh-oh, I think I gotta have it!

    Uh-oh, I think I gotta have it!
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    One of my buildings has several Schneider...

    One of my buildings has several Schneider Electric "S-Flex" drives. They are the most user-unfriendly devices I have ever ran across. Most times I find myself powering one down to reset alarms,...
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    Beannie weinnies, vienna sausages, etc. ... ...

    Beannie weinnies, vienna sausages, etc. ... Quick and easy, and ain't gotta be heated.
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    I think "sublimation times" are no more than a curiosity in the practical world. If I'm pulling a vacuum, and I suspect (or realize) that water is present and freezing, then I'm going to add heat to...
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