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    Lmao!!! I'm still a lil young for a mid life...

    Lmao!!! I'm still a lil young for a mid life crisis, but I can see me wife pulling the same thing!!! Thanks for the laugh, it made my day!!!!
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    Lmao that's too funny!!!!!

    Lmao that's too funny!!!!!
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    I'll send you over something that will help.

    I'll send you over something that will help.
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    I believe the have a constant hot and it switches...

    I believe the have a constant hot and it switches the common on the triacs on the board. In the past we have actually taken the whole guts out and installed a start collar and a round damper with...
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    Peanut style fan cycling switch shorted

    Have y'all been seeing a higher rate on those style fan cycling switches shorting out?? In our company we've been having a large number of calls relating to this issue. Has anyone heard of a service...
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    Have you tried balancing the water loop by...

    Have you tried balancing the water loop by slightly closing the gate valves to get correct GPM?
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    Lowest Micron ever??

    So I'm sure everyone has pulled deep vacuums, my question is how low is too low?? I remember back I'm school was told that anything below 275 Microns you start to pull out the compressor oil. Any...
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    I just vent bottles often before shopping them...

    I just vent bottles often before shopping them out if there is still a pressure I'll heat up the bottles to boil refrigerant in oil. Then I'll fill out sticker and make copy. Put bottle in own...
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    Try downloading the installation manual and see...

    Try downloading the installation manual and see if there is a drip plate that is missing. Took a call one time at a dealership and after the 2nd call back did my research and found that a drip plate...
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    Okay it was good to get a lot of people replying...

    Okay it was good to get a lot of people replying on this post about HP and amp draw!!! Glad to help, prolly the best example would've been "go to the supply house and pick up a rescue motor'' look at...
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    Just reading through.. My thoughts exactly!! I...

    Just reading through.. My thoughts exactly!! I maybe not pro but have seen that before.
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    Unit still operating normal at this time. Yes...

    Unit still operating normal at this time. Yes maybe a loose wiring connection shoot who knows!! Just wondering if anyone else had similar issuer??
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    Have you ever blown through a larger straw then...

    Have you ever blown through a larger straw then using the same amount of force through a smaller one??? That my friend is called resistant, same difference when talking about this guys post that ...
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    Correction the CLO only detects current not over...

    Correction the CLO only detects current not over amperage. They use the same CLO board in small package units to large RTU units were compressor size is quite different. Going on with your post have...
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    So it's looks like you put in a higher HP motor...

    So it's looks like you put in a higher HP motor then spec' , so motor is working harder to pull air from coil that is designed for a 1HP motor. That's why you are getting a higher amp draw. Always...
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    I'll add just a bit, when the return air temp...

    I'll add just a bit, when the return air temp gets to cold and the compressor is loaded. The suction pressure will drop causing the unloadeder to unload limiting the cooling capicity.
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    That is right on point!!!!

    That is right on point!!!!
  18. In 3 hours for 10 units is roughly a lil over...

    In 3 hours for 10 units is roughly a lil over 15mins a unit. It's plenty of time to write up repairs that are truly needed. Then it is the technicians job to let the customer know of issues and sale...
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    Seems like a lot of parts that could go wrong,...

    Seems like a lot of parts that could go wrong, causing isolated problems. Meaning with 3 way or diverting valves to stop the flow of CW to each unit I understand self-contain units using that theory....
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    So I'm confused why would you put a VFD on CWP...

    So I'm confused why would you put a VFD on CWP for WSHP??
    I understand if you had McQuay self contains with actuator that closes the CW depending on load and CW TEMP. And why would you want to slow...
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    Trane Voyager VFD issues

    Trane M#TCD420A40
    Got a call VFD faulty bldg engineer put drive in hand but moving slow. When I get there drive is in hand with a minimum speed reference at 20hz adjust to 45hz to get unit back...
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    Did you just gas it up??? Or did you leak check...

    Did you just gas it up??? Or did you leak check and repaired leaks, replaced filter driers and deep vacuum?? Looking at standing pressures and ambient temp outdoors, the saturated temp Gould match...
  23. Thread: LG VRF 2

    by ARTICHILL
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    I believe 2nd compressor is contactor driven...

    I believe 2nd compressor is contactor driven check compressor see if it's pulling high amps lowering the voltage cause if voltage drops from master it starves the slave and could give faulty codes
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    I do believe with a certified start, a 5 year...

    I do believe with a certified start, a 5 year warranty is provided.

    ABB seems to market for HVAC contractors after reviewing all parameters.
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    by ARTICHILL
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    Wire size should be 16 gauge if line set is...

    Wire size should be 16 gauge if line set is shorter then 100ft 14 gauge is okay rerunning your wire will stop problem
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