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    I use the gas ballast all the time and it doesn't...

    I use the gas ballast all the time and it doesn't spray oil vapor or make noise.

    What kind of pump are you talking about?
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    Wow you would make a good politician. You now...

    Wow you would make a good politician. You now admit it can happen, but you were still right all along. :D

    By the way, blaming it on bad design is just a cop out, there is no rule that a condenser...
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    I hope not because mine has been slightly loose...

    I hope not because mine has been slightly loose from day two... I believe he has posted before that it does not necessarily effect anything if it is slightly loose but if it gets really bad you will...
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    Sorry Time, but an american standard heritage 14...

    Sorry Time, but an american standard heritage 14 does not have a microchannel. And I've worked on hundreds of them and pumped a lot of them down and never had trouble with the condenser not holding...
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    Take amp reading on the wire to the start...

    Take amp reading on the wire to the start winding, or Herm connection on the cap.
    Take volt reading across cap.

    Amps x 2652 / volts = Microfarads

    Edit; I guess I don't know the rules for...
  6. He won't like it since it will drive him crazy at...

    He won't like it since it will drive him crazy at first wondering why he can never achieve a rise rate of 0.0 like the rest of us that bought one. :D

    I would buy it from him also if he didn't like...
  7. Don't remember for sure but I think I put it on a...

    Don't remember for sure but I think I put it on a port on the other Condensing unit. It was a twinned unit with a single line set so I had extra ports.
  8. I pulled a new 30 ton VRF piping system down to...

    I pulled a new 30 ton VRF piping system down to 80 microns with only a 3 cfm pump. Took less than 3 hours with 2 large hoses and cores removed. 5/16 ports had to help.

    24 hours later it was at...
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    The circumstances have already been listed in...

    The circumstances have already been listed in this thread.

    Low or variable incoming voltage.
    Also undersized transformer(the main power transformer, I see undersized ones often in the rural...
  10. Thread: new manifold

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    I'm responsible for hundreds of automotive 134a...

    I'm responsible for hundreds of automotive 134a conversions from 2000 to 2007. In most cases, we put pag oil right on top of mineral oil. Of course we dumped out as much as we reasonably could, but...
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    Same as the other infrareds. Side by side the...

    Same as the other infrareds.

    Side by side the tif zx1 will pick up smaller leaks.
  12. This is an excellent thread, let's not get too...

    This is an excellent thread, let's not get too far off track.
  13. Thread: new manifold

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    A little oil mixing won't hurt a thing.

    A little oil mixing won't hurt a thing.
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    Not necessary to have different sets for...

    Not necessary to have different sets for different refrigerants.
  15. Definitely a different one than hvacrmedic. ...

    Definitely a different one than hvacrmedic.

    Clover/hvac5646 was from Michigan
  16. I've noticed the difference also, but I don't...

    I've noticed the difference also, but I don't just break the vacuum, I put the n2 in one side until the whole system is above atmospheric pressure, then open the other side and blow through for a few...
  17. Supertek! Good to see you back!

    Supertek!

    Good to see you back!
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    That is your opinion. And that's fine.

    That is your opinion.

    And that's fine.
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    That's the problem with contemporary music, you...

    That's the problem with contemporary music, you have to look for it. In the older hymns you can feel it. I agree with Glenn.
  20. Generic or not, timebuilder is 100% correct. A...

    Generic or not, timebuilder is 100% correct. A lot of parts get changed unnecessarily because someone thought the scan tool was all knowing.

    Some of us are experienced and ASE certified auto...
  21. Thread: leak detectors

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    I have found that the tif zx is more sensitive...

    I have found that the tif zx is more sensitive than the new infrared detectors.

    Haven't tried the h10 yet.
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    Found dikes and screw driver inside a fuel oil...

    Found dikes and screw driver inside a fuel oil furnace heat exchnanger! All plastic/rubber burned off the handles of course.
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    All hoses leak under vacuum, you should have the...

    All hoses leak under vacuum, you should have the system isolated from all hoses when holding vacuum, even with vacuum rated hoses. Hoses rated for 28" will be perfectly fine for pulling down to 500...
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    Interesting, I was under the impression that psc...

    Interesting, I was under the impression that psc motors would not have dead spots. Do you mean just a tight spot in the bearing, or a bad spot electrically?
  25. Thread: Deem Mechanical

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    Yep, I thought so too.

    Yep, I thought so too.
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