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    Without a full column of liquid you would have...

    Without a full column of liquid you would have high SH. Water flows could make a big diff in subcooling and overall operation. With that head press I would think that you've got plenty of flow but...
  2. Thread: Union

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    Hey guys, As a UA instructor I would like to...

    Hey guys,

    As a UA instructor I would like to add this for thought...
    No matter what age or skill level you are at, you never stop learning. I can completely understand the want to test out of...
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    Micro channel is getting pretty popular now. ...

    Micro channel is getting pretty popular now. It's been in use for a few years now on all kinds of equipment. Not a bad product in my opinion. It should work for you.
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    Pipefitters local 539 Minneapolis

    Pipefitters local 539 Minneapolis
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    Yea sometimes it can be a tight fit. Good luck!

    Yea sometimes it can be a tight fit. Good luck!
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    You have to recover the charge. There is...

    You have to recover the charge. There is pressure under the dome. If the dome has failed the valve will shut completely often times not even allowing close to normal suction pressures, If the valve...
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    I've done a few of those, and it seems trickier...

    I've done a few of those, and it seems trickier than it is. I scratched my head for a while then it finally clicked. You just have to wire fan relay contact in parrallel with fan stat on existing...
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    He's right, without proper evacuation and new...

    He's right, without proper evacuation and new drier you could considerably harm your system.
  9. Thread: Trail D-Vise

    by Ty G
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    That's pretty cool! I've thought about making my...

    That's pretty cool! I've thought about making my own, but it would be bulky and heavy. Looks like that is the perfect size.
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    You might want to look at design submittals for...

    You might want to look at design submittals for comp. staging. If you have enough evap load for both comp's then they should both run. You risk system failure if you have more load than comp. ...
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    It will slowly bleed through. Very slow, but it...

    It will slowly bleed through. Very slow, but it will definately leak.
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    Is it a single circuit condenser? If so being in...

    Is it a single circuit condenser? If so being in a greasy kitchen could lead to faster fouling. Most likely it got miswired, I would correct it. If it serves more than 1 unit I would leave it.
  13. Way too many variables to tell how long things...

    Way too many variables to tell how long things should take to pull down to temp and maintain.
  14. You do need to call for service. Just ask the...

    You do need to call for service. Just ask the tech to record all of the system pressures, temperatures and temperature differance across the Evap coil. By him/her doing those things they should...
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    I have worked union for a number of years now, It...

    I have worked union for a number of years now, It was scary when I went union too. However, if you work hard and do your best the cream always rises! Good luck Brother!

    Ty LU 539
  16. Thread: second floor heat

    by Ty G
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    Wow, sounds like a labor intensive predicament. ...

    Wow, sounds like a labor intensive predicament. I would think that electric baseboard would be the least expensive option. You would more than likely need a seperate circuit however. As tough as...
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    I wouldn't jump straight to TXV adjustment. ...

    I wouldn't jump straight to TXV adjustment. Obtain Superheat at coil, when box temp is near satisfied. If high or low then check valve operation. What is your desired box temp? Typically on med...
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