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    You will find lots of help, mentors, equals and a...

    You will find lots of help, mentors, equals and a few just like you that get confused and frustrated and out of sorts at times. Hang in there.
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    Lots of water and the biggest straw hat I can...

    Lots of water and the biggest straw hat I can find. Some people laugh when they see me with my straw hat on, but those in the know smile and nod.
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    410A?

    410A?
  4. Thread: doin work

    by mikeybow
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    Good luck and God Bless! Keep on keeping your...

    Good luck and God Bless! Keep on keeping your buddies cool!
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    Get the info off the compresser if possible and...

    Get the info off the compresser if possible and the dimensions of the freezer box. They should be able to give you the coil size.
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    I will now.

    Normally I don't check the cap when everything is running correctly but I realize now that it would be prudent and a preemptive strike to do so. As always, CYOA!
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    Hahahahahahaha! Seriously, 20 TD across coil and...

    Hahahahahahaha! Seriously, 20 TD across coil and pulling untreated air from everywhere? Think about it!
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    Never had one come back! How long has that shop...

    Never had one come back! How long has that shop been open, one hour? They may say that but most places have had hundreds of motors, boards, caps, and all around parts come back. With all the parts...
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    In my area many of the HVAC companies want only...

    In my area many of the HVAC companies want only techs that are NATE certified. IN MY OPINION, I think NATE is like a big shiny button people wear to show off. At least 50% of the techs that are NATE...
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    A week to ten days?

    A week to ten days?
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    Based on your info, with an ODT of about 80, IDT...

    Based on your info, with an ODT of about 80, IDT of about 74, your unit sounds about right. Was there a problem with it? What was the T/D?
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    GE also.

    GE also.
  13. I'm there with you. Body hurts in places a body...

    I'm there with you. Body hurts in places a body should not have.
  14. Thread: R 22 dry unit

    by mikeybow
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    I seems to me we have heard from this individual...

    I seems to me we have heard from this individual before. GM?
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    Only the people that intend to work on the...

    Only the people that intend to work on the equipment install the equipment to make it easier to work on at a later date. This is true in all trades and facilities. I have spent countless hours in...
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    To answer your question, most hospitals use...

    To answer your question, most hospitals use residential, commercial, and specialty refridgeraters and freezers designed for what ever product their storing. About a year ago, I spent 6 months...
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    Need SOME info!

    Need SOME info!
  18. Thread: my luck

    by mikeybow
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    That and hooks, ladders, nails, electricity and...

    That and hooks, ladders, nails, electricity and millions of other sharp things are why I don't wear jewlery (especially rings) to work. I've seen too many burnt, cut and cut off fingers to take...
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    I started in hotels for 8 bucks an hour. I...

    I started in hotels for 8 bucks an hour. I learned a lot fast working on residental and commercial equipment. rough work for small pay but a good way to get experiance fast and almost always one out...
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    Have you ohmd it out? Checked voltages?

    Have you ohmd it out? Checked voltages?
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    Check the programming to make sure the...

    Check the programming to make sure the differantial set point between heat and cool is set correctly if t-stat has auto heat-cool capability. This time of year there is a fine line on temperture in...
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    The T-stat only directs the 24 vac. the system...

    The T-stat only directs the 24 vac. the system still has 24volts on it unless the T-stat is fried.
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    contacter, sequencer, relay(whatever gives the...

    contacter, sequencer, relay(whatever gives the fan it's power) corroded, welded, shorted in the closed position? Take the 24 vac off the system and see if the blower still runs. If it does then kill...
  24. Thread: cold weather

    by mikeybow
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    Unless I feel there is a problem with the temps...

    Unless I feel there is a problem with the temps after cleaning the coils and checking the voltages and the amps of all the motors I do not hook my gages to the system. You can never get 100% of the...
  25. Thread: michaelg55

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    Not sure about the new rules but when I recieved...

    Not sure about the new rules but when I recieved my universal a type 1 could only work on small appliances with less than 5 lbs. of refer. Most new 410-A H/Ps hold more than 5 lbs. Under those...
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