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    I've been to Houghton a handful of times on...

    I've been to Houghton a handful of times on snowmobile trips. Love the area and can never forget driving into town late at night and all you see is the snow blowers blowing snow up and over the top...
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    LOL!

    LOL!
  3. VERY nice looking project! Thanks for sharing it...

    VERY nice looking project! Thanks for sharing it with us.
    What is the reasoning for the 3 way valves on all of the zones? You did mention that you were able to design around a single SWT so am...
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    Been away for awhile! As an update I Had (2)...

    Been away for awhile!

    As an update I Had (2) Phw-1400 locking out on combustion pressure and found both had the brass orifices that vibrated to the point that the threads had allowed them to lower...
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    I have a Pulse question. What would cause a...

    I have a Pulse question.

    What would cause a code 54 "combustion pressure" issue? I have a Pulse that will lock out on this every so often, replaced pressure switch and it ran fantastic for about 2...
  6. Thread: VAV system

    by 71 gibby
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    A "Variable Air Volume" (V.A.V.) box is nothing...

    A "Variable Air Volume" (V.A.V.) box is nothing more than a sheetmetal box incorporating an air damper to modulate the flow of air to a specified area to control the amount of air required to heat or...
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    WOW! I am surprised at the Testo responses! ...

    WOW! I am surprised at the Testo responses!

    Had no idea of issues with their product. I purchased a 560 a handful of yrs back and would in no way be without it! I haven't had any warranty issues...
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    It almost looks like your individual snowmelt...

    It almost looks like your individual snowmelt zones are supplied by 3/4" copper tubing and your "primary piping" is 1 1/4 or 1 1/2?
    Are those circulators UPS15-58?
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    "On the left is a NTI 399,000 btu boiler for the...

    "On the left is a NTI 399,000 btu boiler for the driveway snow-melt system."

    Is this the picture #3? Multiple zones?
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    Ok, so that is absolutely AWESOME! The wheels are...

    Ok, so that is absolutely AWESOME! The wheels are the icing on the cake!

    Thanks for sharing, I am pumped up now. I bet a guy could do a long rod with a rotisserie as well with this design.

    PS....
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    Thanks! I will admit this comes back to the...

    Thanks!
    I will admit this comes back to the basics and I have not followed protocol.
    Agree that the use of a micron gauge will help out a great deal.



    PS. Micron not micrometer!!!!!!!!!!!!...
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    I am not going to kid you in that I DID NOT use a...

    I am not going to kid you in that I DID NOT use a micron gauge, I have not done an acid test as I have not removed the compressor yet because it is hermetic.

    The sight glass was "kinda green"...
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    Feel like I have not performed my job!

    3 months ago I was dispatched to look at a large commercial aquarium chiller that was not working.
    I found the system was out of refrigerant and found the chiller barrel was leaking. I went to...
  14. Thread: In floor heat

    by 71 gibby
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    Is there any thing you have to do to change a in...

    Is there any thing you have to do to change a in floor radiant heat from a constant fill water system over to glycol system? Besides disconnecting the water supply I'm not sure if there is anything...
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    Nice looking install. I too am wondering about...

    Nice looking install. I too am wondering about the condensate being able to drain. As I am looking at it, with the blower running would it not pull air in through your vent standpipe causing a...
  16. Thread: Carrier M#?

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    Does anyone know what the capacity of a Carrier...

    Does anyone know what the capacity of a Carrier split system condensing unit Model# 38AB044630 is?

    Thanks!
  17. Thread: Whirlpool M#?

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    Does anyone know what capacity this condensing...

    Does anyone know what capacity this condensing unit was?

    Whirlpool Model# WCAA056BB01
    Style # 58TD701946T
    Manufacturer # W799903A
    Thanks!
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