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    Vans have more room to store and organize parts...

    Vans have more room to store and organize parts and tools, etc., but I'd much rather drive a truck.
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    My employer developed a flat rate guide a few...

    My employer developed a flat rate guide a few years ago, but for residential work (of which we do very little.) They will use it on occasion if commercial customer has residential type equipment for...
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    I have found also that amperage is the true gauge...

    I have found also that amperage is the true gauge to use when replacing a motor.
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    May I ask why you feel the compressor life is in...

    May I ask why you feel the compressor life is in jeopardy?
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    This is a new concept to me. Talking about "this...

    This is a new concept to me. Talking about "this fall" and heat calls when it's still mid 90's here!!!
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    When necessary, I usually will only use piercing...

    When necessary, I usually will only use piercing valves to recover refrigerant and install permanent access fittings.
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    Is there a humidifier by any chance?

    Is there a humidifier by any chance?
  8. Thread: Boom.

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    I think I heard that myself................in...

    I think I heard that myself................in Alabama.
  9. Thread: AAF air filters

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    Good move!

    Good move!
  10. Thread: RTU insulation

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    Most definitely it is common with Carrier RTU's...

    Most definitely it is common with Carrier RTU's from what I've seen.
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    B'ham area here

    B'ham area here
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    You may have to pull the blower assembly to...

    You may have to pull the blower assembly to access the sheave.
  13. Thread: rla/lra

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    I thought rla was rated load amps....just an...

    I thought rla was rated load amps....just an engineer's estimation of what a motor will pull under normal load.
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    Thanks, bp.....The flat plate exchanger, (my...

    Thanks, bp.....The flat plate exchanger, (my first experience with one), is from Danfoss. We're replacing an old Carrier chiller with water cooled condenser with Trane air cooled condenser and using...
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    Can't help on price, but if you yell like that in...

    Can't help on price, but if you yell like that in class, you won't be on teacher's good side for long! JK
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    I found one like that once....when the safety pan...

    I found one like that once....when the safety pan rusted through! You would think normal folks would know better, let alone pro's.
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    basprofessional........thanks for your reply. Was...

    basprofessional........thanks for your reply. Was just wondering if the order of components in the inlet and outlet pipes matter at all, and if flow switch should be in inlet or return, if that even...
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    If unit has single point connection, then 90 amp...

    If unit has single point connection, then 90 amp wire (#2) will cover heat and compressor, etc.
    This is what will be run from disconnect to unit.
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    As KLove said, I`ve only noticed more noise when...

    As KLove said, I`ve only noticed more noise when pulley is opened too far or worn out.
  20. Thread: Cold shot

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    Never heard of it personally.......

    Never heard of it personally.......
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    Heat exchanger configuration

    Hey guys ---Newby here, but not to the trade. My question concerns the proper way to configure piping and wells, sensors, float switch, etc. on new 25 ton heat exchanger for chiller. In other words,...
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    My advice is very simple and all consuming---...

    My advice is very simple and all consuming--- remember the Golden Rule! This will guarantee that you will always be as properly prepared as possible when you undertake your different jobs. If you...
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    I agree that txv,s are the way to go. However, I...

    I agree that txv,s are the way to go. However, I was told by Trane tech that these units run a lower than normal suction. Yours sounds a little lower than even they run, though.
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