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  1. Ride and work with a Bible Thumper for a week and...

    Ride and work with a Bible Thumper for a week and you will beg to work alone!
  2. Thread: Oil on flare

    by PapaFuse
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    Mitsubishi recommends oil

    When I went to a Mitsubishi class several years ago, the insturctor recommended using
    refrigeration oil on the flare to make sure the microscopic pores were full of something.

    I use Nylog.
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    New Fluke Meter??

    How does one estimate something like this or is it just the media barking out a number to impress the viewers?
    Maybe a Fluke?



    Which Fluke? My 902 doesn't have a range that high.
  4. Tie the condensing unit down as a start...

    I have installed two units where the owner wanted to use a silent alarm system and secure the units to the ground.

    What I did was take out one compressor bolt and run a threaded rod through it. ...
  5. Thread: Doc Watson

    by PapaFuse
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    Met Doc Watson

    Sorta..........

    He was playing on the sidewalk of my home town in the Blueridge mountains in
    SW Virginia in the late 1960's. He wasn't "begging" but he did have a small
    tin cup afixed to the...
  6. The license is just the beginning...

    Congrats! But, now you have to get General Commercial Libility Insurance, Commercial Vehicle Insurance, and customers.

    Oh, and don't make any mistakes! Customers are strange characters, some...
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    Wooden Drawers

    These drawers are simply hardwood on hardwood with a hardwood slide on each side. I priced the sliders for 48" drawers and they would cost more than the entire cabinet for just ONE drawer!!!! So,...
  8. Both are correct...

    The answer is in CFM cubic feet per MINUTE.

    Since the ACH is air changes per HOUR you have to convert hours to minutes. Hence the reason to divide by 60 (to get CFM)

    If you divide 1 (hour) by...
  9. Manual Q

    Manual Q is used on the test a few times. Don't sweat Manual Q because it only uses the symbols. I can't say how many questions you'll get from Manual Q because everyone gets a different test since...
  10. No clue..... I gues this is personal taste. What...

    No clue..... I gues this is personal taste. What ever way you want to study or preserve your code books.
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    The sign on my van says.........

    FREE COPPER AND EXPENSIVE R-22 INSIDE. :grin2:
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    Interesting...

    I checked with my insurance company about lettering on the van after shopping at another insurance company. The other insurance company ask if I had lettering or not. I told them I did and they...
  13. No plumbing or fire sprinkler....

    Nope.... nothing about fire sprinkler or plumbing. I'm glad they didn't since it's not a test about that.

    The only thing with pipe is what's used in HVAC like condensate drains, gas pipe size,...
  14. All the cram course places have practice exams. ...

    All the cram course places have practice exams. TriadOne will provide several for you. Also, as soon as you get accepted to sit for the exam, all the other cram course places that inhabit every...
  15. 30 Days

    One more thing.....

    Once you are approved to sit for the exam you only have 30 days (or less) to take the exam. The State gives you 30 days but, PSIEXAMS may not have an exam date available when...
  16. Lern the stuff......

    Yes, these two books......

    'Laws & Rules' book and the 'Business, Law, and Project Management'

    What I'm trying to say is learn it enough you can answer any question without having to look it...
  17. Study hard....

    The cram courses are very fast paced and donít allow a lot of time for any detail and very few questions. Also, the cram courses donít really cover every possible item that can be on the test. In...
  18. Thread: Voltage Spike

    by PapaFuse
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    The breakers didn't kick because you did not have...

    The breakers didn't kick because you did not have an over current situation. You had an over voltage situation that can fry stuff down the line but not trip the breaker. You could have applied...
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    Email in profile. I have a manual.

    Email in profile. I have a manual.
  20. Thread: 6 foot hoses

    by PapaFuse
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    Yellow Jacket 19191 Love 'em

    Yellow Jacket 19191 Love 'em
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    Maximum storage, minimum floor space

    Custom made. 48" drawers.
  22. Don't fall for it guys, this has got to be a...

    Don't fall for it guys, this has got to be a trick question.
  23. Thread: JMF Lineset

    by PapaFuse
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    JMF Lineset

    Have you noticed the *low* quality of JMF linesets?

    I don't get a choice when the boss buys a lineset, but geeze.... these things
    are not up to the standard that I desire.

    Today, found...
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    48SS and 48GS blower wheels

    At the beginning of heating season, I pickup 6-8 blower wheels for these
    Carrier package units.

    There are two versions of the 48SS and one for the 48GS. I have found
    very little differences...
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    Interesting.......

    I can't say for sure that a "blown transistor" would cause blowers/motors to
    operate for a few seconds/minutes and then off for a while. I don't believe a
    career HVAC technician could diagnose a...
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