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    ahhhh good to be back...... Tin Tape - Mexican...

    ahhhh good to be back......

    Tin Tape - Mexican Soldier

    Upside down - Gas sitting on roof

    Onion Skin - Emotional Co Worker

    Cheating Hickey - Neck Touches Discharge line
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    Don't Poke The BEARS.......

    Don't Poke The BEARS.......
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    :cheers:

    :cheers:
  4. Thread: wtf

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    Three things... 1: Too much elbow greese when...

    Three things...

    1: Too much elbow greese when tighting those flares. lol
    2: Vibration issue, which i doubt cause it would've been noticable
    3: Same flare nut used, maybe bad flare nut.
    bonus...
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    Sounds like your low on refrigerant to me. I...

    Sounds like your low on refrigerant to me. I would find , fix the leak then check all your pressures. 90 psi head with a flashing sightglass.......
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    Sniff Sniff I smell Bacon.

    Sniff Sniff I smell Bacon.
  7. Is the C02 in the pex? Ya pretty soon well see...

    Is the C02 in the pex? Ya pretty soon well see blinking lights for error codes and any guy can find the problem. Finding good help now a days is hard.
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    Throw a block of dry ice into the freezer and let...

    Throw a block of dry ice into the freezer and let that freeze the product. Don't waste your time putting more refrigerant into the system. This way is dummy proof.
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    Found what i was looking for, thanks for all the...

    Found what i was looking for, thanks for all the help.
  10. Sometimes when your discharge stem is front...

    Sometimes when your discharge stem is front seated too much your high side guage will go up and down, back seat it all the way then crack it open a hair to get your reading.

    Best way to tell...
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    I've tried that site before but with no luck....

    I've tried that site before but with no luck. Closer I need is different style kinda a pull string set up. Most gaskets I need are the bulb type but have to slide into tracking which is inbeded into...
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    Walk in box parts

    Looking for a door closer, not the kason style but one which has a string wrapped around a recoil. Screwed to top of sliding door track so when door opens this box manually pulls the door shut....
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    Sorry for that, those are displacements in (CFH)...

    Sorry for that, those are displacements in (CFH) not rpm.
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    3D 1370 rpm to 2127 4D 2386 rpm to 3603...

    3D 1370 rpm to 2127
    4D 2386 rpm to 3603
    6D 4136 rpm
    8D 6463 rpm to 7721

    Above min max readings depend on which model is being used
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    Thanks for the info :-)

    Thanks for the info :-)
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    It is hooked up to a E2. I guess that's in the...

    It is hooked up to a E2. I guess that's in the setup where you can adjust voltages? So this could solve the intermittent sensor fail alarm?
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    Found lots of leaks where the u bends meet up...

    Found lots of leaks where the u bends meet up with the supporting brackets. also found leaks were the aluminum meets the epoxy black joints on the outlets of the txv's.
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    Buy t.e.c.h method !!!! read read and read and...

    Buy t.e.c.h method !!!! read read and read and this stuff will make sense.
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    My experience..... If the store said they de-iced...

    My experience..... If the store said they de-iced a case, then down the line it always ices up then I would cough bullsh&^ on there part. A case has to be 100% clear of any ice, if there's 10% of ice...
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    Intermittent open liquid sensor

    I have come across an intermittent open sensor alarm used on liquid level sensors for hussmann protocols. Not sure the make of the sensor off hand. I heard when the liquid stacks up to full or goes...
  21. When those boards go bad. I've instead installed...

    When those boards go bad. I've instead installed a A19 and time clock. let the fans run constant or install a relay.
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    It's funny at times that up here past the border...

    It's funny at times that up here past the border the -30* ambients make a rack look like jig saw puzzle. certain stores at say -50* ambient you have to unlock the head fans for a couple days just to...
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    The Terminator was used as a critically...

    The Terminator was used as a critically charged rack senerio. it was installed in cases and used as a little liquid storage thingy. sight glasses were welded in on the furthest systems from the...
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    HFC R134a Non-Global Warming (GWP negligible)...

    HFC R134a
    Non-Global Warming (GWP negligible) Global Warming (GWP of 3200 on Greenpeace calculations and publications
    Non-Ozone Depleting Non-Ozone Depleting
    Non-Toxic Animal testing has...
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    Death The National Institute for Occupational...

    Death
    The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, or NIOSH, reports deaths caused by abnormal heart rhythms and suffocation in workers exposed to refrigerants in confined spaces....
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    Toxicity People exposed to refrigerant can...

    Toxicity
    People exposed to refrigerant can suffer a variety of symptoms depending upon the length of exposure time. Those exposed to high concentrations of refrigerant for a short period of time...
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    I would think welding and creating phosgen gas...

    I would think welding and creating phosgen gas would do more harm. I know my skin turns red and tingles when i weld around certain refrigerants. imagine what it is doing on the insides.
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    older racks late 70's early 80's A9- timer...

    older racks late 70's early 80's

    A9- timer motor
    A15- satellite
    A16- satellite

    Also there is high suction button on some racks.
    AT- I think is low pressure
    WTF- On most racks only between...
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    A1-comp #1 A2-comp#2 A3-comp#3 A4-comp#4...

    A1-comp #1
    A2-comp#2
    A3-comp#3
    A4-comp#4
    AD-defrost timer or controller
    AL-low liq alarm
    AS1-satellite comp #1
    AS2-satellite comp# 2
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    Refrigerants Cause Cancer??

    IN the long run, do any of you guys think or know of refrigerants to play a bad role on our health? Been talking to some old timers lately and they think it plays a huge role in ones health.
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    Its nice to see someone who cares. Those people...

    Its nice to see someone who cares. Those people are getting harder and harder to find. continue on what your doing. it works. Mr. william
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    You know how Hill has the atrron valve to sense...

    You know how Hill has the atrron valve to sense bubbles in the liq line. Why not add that feature on your furthest system from the rack inside the case. Once it senses flashing for a set time make it...
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    Well carlyes to me are meant for a/c compressors,...

    Well carlyes to me are meant for a/c compressors, not the best choice on a rack. But there still is alot out there.

    Its true once the loadmasters fail they get cut out and replaced with eprs....
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    I still service racks from the 70's early 80's....

    I still service racks from the 70's early 80's. Some with those big flange type jack evans eprs. Some stores but not many still have the odd load master controlling evaps.

    And to really really...
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    Yes some did. Some had no resorvoirs at all. Some...

    Yes some did. Some had no resorvoirs at all. Some had carlyes not copelands.
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    Now called Hussmann again. not IR. For now anyways

    Now called Hussmann again. not IR. For now anyways
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    Some old hussmann racks need at least 1/4 to 1/2...

    Some old hussmann racks need at least 1/4 to 1/2 level in receiver for liqiud to actually cool them heads off. poor rack design back then.
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    Superheat and Subcooling are troubleshooting...

    Superheat and Subcooling are troubleshooting tools to use if u suspect there being problems.

    Best way to charge a receiver type system is like the other guys mentioned above.

    If you...
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    I still service alot of the old Hill racks with...

    I still service alot of the old Hill racks with that set up. those racks need alot of oil bottom line. That was there solution for oil return back in those days.
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    What is your delta t on your condensor?...

    What is your delta t on your condensor? subcooling value? Is headmaster bypassing hot gas into receiver? Is it wired right overload may be picking up other load somehow?
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    Remember a receiver has a dip tube in it so...

    Remember a receiver has a dip tube in it so LIQ!UID will exit. Who cares whats happening up on top with vapour/liquid.
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    Be like Columbo! search hi and dry in that...

    Be like Columbo! search hi and dry in that machine room for old job cards or anything similar. Also if you know the owner ask if can go through old invoices to see what gas they charged him for....
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    I love microtherm, but.......... boards are way...

    I love microtherm, but.......... boards are way to pricey. So you have to take that into account when pricing a new job or retrofit. bring down the cost and you'll see more sales.
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    We have a few stores with them installed from...

    We have a few stores with them installed from factory.
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    lol

    lol
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    Why you keep starting new threads on this same...

    Why you keep starting new threads on this same problem???? Maybe the customer is starting to second guess you as a mechanic??? did you check the t-stat ????? i can go on but prove to us you know...
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    Put a chocolate bar on top of the compressor....

    Put a chocolate bar on top of the compressor. monitor it for 20 minutes. If it melts in your mouth then superheat is too high. :LOL:
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    Put a big flat head screw driver to it on rest it...

    Put a big flat head screw driver to it on rest it against your ear, compare that to known working compressors on site. Sometimes going old school is just the magical answer. lol. Before you comdem it...
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    Isn't there a gfci ontop of the cases. if thats...

    Isn't there a gfci ontop of the cases. if thats tripped it'll stop power going down stairs. I've found that alot on hill cases. something to look at anyways. If not a box ontop of the case then...
  50. Has anyone bought Hussmann yet?

    Has anyone bought Hussmann yet?
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