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    Go for what you want. If you don't like it move...

    Go for what you want. If you don't like it move on. The skills you pick up on one or the other will translate to the next oportunity. Don't know of a company that does both though.
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    When you say trouble, do you mean that they need...

    When you say trouble, do you mean that they need help with electrical troubleshooting or with actually reading the diagram symbols and tracing the circuit?
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    Who needs a heat pump thermostat? A handy switch...

    Who needs a heat pump thermostat? A handy switch like this will solve the problem! Too bad Billy Mays is not around to market it.
  4. Not to be rude but I think you need to spend some...

    Not to be rude but I think you need to spend some more time researching and reading on this site. All the questions you asked have been answered several times over here. Use the search function and...
  5. Thread: OH DAMN IT!

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    WHEW! Glad you cleared that up for us! Please...

    WHEW! Glad you cleared that up for us! Please let me know which brands you think aren't crap so I can post some pictures of them in less than flattering circumstances. They all break and if they...
  6. I can't confirm the 90 day money back trial but I...

    I can't confirm the 90 day money back trial but I can confirm the Dolphin being removed from several sites around here after about a year due to poor performance.
  7. Thread: Trane RTAC

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    Some Trane chillers use a brazed plate as well.

    Some Trane chillers use a brazed plate as well.
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    He said he wasn't bright.

    He said he wasn't bright.
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    Digit 15 is "F" which indicates a standard evap,...

    Digit 15 is "F" which indicates a standard evap, not remote.
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    Filter is supposed to be changed within the first...

    Filter is supposed to be changed within the first year of startup but it never does. But you are right, I have found the line about being a "lifetime filter" to be less than accurate on more than...
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    Thats helpful! Funny and original too. An all...

    Thats helpful! Funny and original too. An all around insightful, high quality post that makes this forum that much better! Bravo!
  12. Thread: RTAA340

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    Can you tell that the unload solenoid is in fact...

    Can you tell that the unload solenoid is in fact energized? (Small screw driver works nicely for this) What is the piston pressure doing while the machine is trying to load? Serial number on the...
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    I wonder if that same company gets to profit from...

    I wonder if that same company gets to profit from changing compressors out after they take a crap from eating too much liquid refrigerant.
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    Y-delta or across the line start?

    Y-delta or across the line start?
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    If you have proper voltage across all three legs...

    If you have proper voltage across all three legs and are not seeing an amp draw on the second leg, combined with poor meg readings, sounds like an issue with the compressor itself. Does the...
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    You are correct. As the air flow increases, the...

    You are correct. As the air flow increases, the VDC signal also increases. When you recalibrate the VAV, what should happen is the damper should drive completely closed, it will then measure the...
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    Did you meg the compressor with the motor leads...

    Did you meg the compressor with the motor leads on or off? Issues with the motor leads in the conduit can cause erratic meg readings. Does it trip on start-up, or while running? Y-delta or across...
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    I know that Marley will package their tower in...

    I know that Marley will package their tower in pieces. They should be able to give you component sizes so you can figure how best to get them to the roof. I am not sure if Marley feild assembles...
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    On a serious somber note, one of our brethren die...

    On a serious somber note, one of our brethren die after falling off a six foot ladder while overhauling a chiller last week in Virginia. A SIX FOOT LADDER! I don't know the details and didn't know...
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    I did. I also noted that the cooling towers...

    I did. I also noted that the cooling towers pictures later in the article is accurate but I have yet to see a hyperbolic tower used for comfort cooling.
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    How Stuff Isn't Supposed to Work

    OK, so just for the heck of it I wanted to learn how air conditioners work since I wasn't sure, The last picture on this page caught my eye. Is that a box fan on top of that RTU? Hope that isn't...
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    Flow the whole joint and not just where the leak...

    Flow the whole joint and not just where the leak is or you will end up chasing the leak from one spot to another.
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    HA HA HA HA! That is too funny.

    HA HA HA HA! That is too funny.
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    The IOM should give you guidelines on how deep to...

    The IOM should give you guidelines on how deep to make your P-trap.
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    Depends on the voltage. Most of the 5 ton units...

    Depends on the voltage. Most of the 5 ton units I see are 460V 3ph and 15 amp service sounds about right.
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