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  1. Thread: Holiday Pay

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    We get paid OT after 40 and sick days, vacation...

    We get paid OT after 40 and sick days, vacation days and holidays count toward the 40. We get paid double time on Sunday's and holidays in addition to the 8 hours holiday paying including scheduled...
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    The DynaViews are going to have to be replaced...

    The DynaViews are going to have to be replaced and programmed by someone familiar with RTAC's and CH530 controls.
  3. Thread: Hourly Rate

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    It takes more than 1 hour to perform the job....

    It takes more than 1 hour to perform the job. There's the time to go to the supply house to pick up the part, driving time to make it to your house, time to haul tools to furnace & clean up, time to...
  4. Thread: Hourly Rate

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    The issue with customer supplied parts is who...

    The issue with customer supplied parts is who will warranty it if it fails.

    Just curious, if you have the part, why don't you fix it yourself?
  5. Thread: Hourly Rate

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    Many company's bill by flat rate pricing (cost to...

    Many company's bill by flat rate pricing (cost to perform a particular task parts and labor) so they may not break it down. For example when you go to get your oil changed in your car, they charge...
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    There's computer software for that but I don't...

    There's computer software for that but I don't know much about it.
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    TechView can load the latest software........

    TechView can load the latest software..... KestrelView is not needed for that.

    When the ambient temperature falls below 32 deg, the keypad will automatically lock out and require the password to...
  8. Thread: Megger Readings.

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    I think my arm would get tired after cranking for...

    I think my arm would get tired after cranking for 10 minutes.
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    If this is a 100 ton MACHINE (50 ton COMPRESSOR),...

    If this is a 100 ton MACHINE (50 ton COMPRESSOR), then you should have a GP compressor and not an intermediate compressor. The diagnostic of "oil flow control" only applies to intermediate...
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    Artichill, I agree with these other guys. If you...

    Artichill,
    I agree with these other guys. If you put a larger HP motor in place of the origional, it doesn't move more air and doesn't over amp the motor. In the residential side, this is done all...
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    The OP needs to call a pro.

    The OP needs to call a pro.
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    You need to upgrade the controls to AdaptiView...

    You need to upgrade the controls to AdaptiView controls and it will come with a new "inlet guide vane actuator". You need to bite the bullet now as non of these controls are available anymore.
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    Hospitals are also buildings where static...

    Hospitals are also buildings where static pressure is tightly controlled. Isolation rooms (where people with nasty contagious diseases stay) are kept in negative pressure with surrounding rooms in...
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    I would just replace the unloaders.

    I would just replace the unloaders.
  15. How far above the pump is the sump in the tower?

    How far above the pump is the sump in the tower?
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    This is a "Corner Grounded Delta" system and is...

    This is a "Corner Grounded Delta" system and is found in older facilities that have no need for 277 volt service such as a manufacturing facility or a central plant in an apartment complex. The...
  17. If the contract department is the bureaucracy...

    If the contract department is the bureaucracy that is causing a month delay in replacing worn out equipment, why would want it to be pushed through faster than normal when it serves their office...
  18. Thread: heat load

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    watts X 3.413= BTU

    watts X 3.413= BTU
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    Why does he won't to move the condensing unit...

    Why does he won't to move the condensing unit indoors? How would you wash the coils?
  20. Install new digital thermostats on the units....

    Install new digital thermostats on the units. Most have timers built in. Also install hard start kits if the compressors are single phase. I have a 15 KW standby generator and the hard start kits...
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    Very true.

    Very true.
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    That chiller has a factory electronic flow...

    That chiller has a factory electronic flow switch. There is no reason the Carrier parts dept wouldn't be able to look it up. Talk to another parts counter man.
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    I've got 3 30 pounders I'm going to sell.

    I've got 3 30 pounders I'm going to sell.
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    Matthew, I'm sure you read this when you...

    Matthew,

    I'm sure you read this when you signed up??

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1241-Welcome-to-HVAC-Talk!-Please-read-these-rules
    ...
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  26. Thread: Self Employment

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    Please don't take this the wrong way..... I think...

    Please don't take this the wrong way..... I think you should have worked for another contractor for at least 5 years before going into business for yourself. There is a lot you'll learn that you...
  27. Thread: Self Employment

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    Just curious..... Did you have any HVAC training...

    Just curious..... Did you have any HVAC training before you went into business for yourself?
  28. Put in a small chiller.

    Put in a small chiller.
  29. If there isn't a sensible heat load but a latent...

    If there isn't a sensible heat load but a latent heat load, you could have a chilled water coil 10 feet thick but it wouldn't do any good if the chilled water valve is closed.... That's why they...
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    Trane parts dept. In my area, it's a franchise. I...

    Trane parts dept. In my area, it's a franchise. I don't know about the other districts.

    Just to clarify, I may be wrong about selling at cost, but they hav a very low markup.
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    The Trane distributer in my area sells tools at...

    The Trane distributer in my area sells tools at cost as a service to its customers.
  32. Thread: triac output

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    How are you measuring the triac voltage output? ...

    How are you measuring the triac voltage output? It's not the same as measuring a relay voltage output.... You can get a false reading.
  33. Thread: triac output

    by R123
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    Yes, if the coil or wiring is shorted.

    Yes, if the coil or wiring is shorted.
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    I too would listen to these guys and get your...

    I too would listen to these guys and get your money back. Then you can buy 2 and have a spare.

    I've had this model for about 15 years and love it. (although the battery is dead and I plug it in...
  35. Thread: Humidity control

    by R123
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    That's your problem.....Chilled water temp is too...

    That's your problem.....Chilled water temp is too high. The colder the coil surface temp (which is chilled water temp), the more moisture that will be condensed out of the air. Try 42-44 degrees.
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    I too think it would probably be alright. I...

    I too think it would probably be alright. I remember the old days when a lot of people purged the lines instead of evacuating and they ran fine for years. There was probably a slight positive...
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    A motor starter has overload protection and a...

    A motor starter has overload protection and a contactor doesn't.
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    Jay, I bet you were thinking about the...

    Jay, I bet you were thinking about the RTHB...they originally didn't have a core to obtain UL listing, then in later designs they started installing the core with a depressor in the switch and it was...
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    Wrong!....there is NO schrader under the high...

    Wrong!....there is NO schrader under the high pressure switch on a CGAM. Don't ask me how I know that....
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    Yaskawa doesn't make the E7 anymore. They now...

    Yaskawa doesn't make the E7 anymore. They now have the Z1000 and I think even a newer one is coming out. Trane, Danfoss, ABB and Yaskawa all have 3 year warranty if started up by a certified tech. My...
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    Is this chiller the voltage you need?

    Is this chiller the voltage you need?
  42. Thread: Megger readings

    by R123
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    Yeah....I had that too, but it broke. My new...

    Yeah....I had that too, but it broke. My new Fluke 87V has the cap checker built in.
  43. Thread: Megger readings

    by R123
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    And don't buy Supco anything....POS.

    And don't buy Supco anything....POS.
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    This is a 208 volt machine. Are you sure that's...

    This is a 208 volt machine. Are you sure that's the voltage you want??? Most chillers of this size run on 460 volts. How did you determine the size you need? Are you working with an HVAC...
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    That sounds good to me. I remember being...

    That sounds good to me.

    I remember being taught in a R410A class that your allowed up to 5% mineral oil to be left in the system when converting to R410A.

    As far as flush solvent being left in...
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    You do not need to replace the lineset when...

    You do not need to replace the lineset when changing to R410a as long as you properly flush it with a good flush kit. Generally R410a systems call for a smaller line set than R22 systems do so I...
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    I know people in the real estate business who buy...

    I know people in the real estate business who buy houses for dirt cheap. They pay illegal alians cash under the table to replace the carpet, throw on a coat of paint, replace some appliances, mow the...
  48. If you have 80 deg water coming in, your head...

    If you have 80 deg water coming in, your head pressure should be about 180 PSIG! You need to find out why your head pressure is so high.
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    I would first do a thorough checkout of the purge...

    I would first do a thorough checkout of the purge before you go any further.
  50. Im a little confused....you said 20,000 btu max....

    Im a little confused....you said 20,000 btu max. Is that the total of ALL equipment or EACH PIECE of equipment? How do you come up with the room load of 96,000 btus? Are you including the servers...
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