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    That was the first meter I had but lost it...

    That was the first meter I had but lost it somewhere along the line, don't know how I could lose a meter that big. As I recall the Mfd. check was the 10k ohm scale.
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    Rheem and ICP products have been shipping driers...

    Rheem and ICP products have been shipping driers with the condenser and we install them every time, on our beaches often install at the air handler (indoors) to avoid rusting out and leaking in the...
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    I have the Fieldpiece SC-57, one meter does it...

    I have the Fieldpiece SC-57, one meter does it all. It can also receive remote readings, warning it comes with a wireless transmitter to connect to other Fieldpiece accessory heads which can cause...
  4. It would have been nice if Fieldpiece had put a...

    It would have been nice if Fieldpiece had put a third k-probe input socket for outdoor air temperature when you are using the target superheat function, it seems almost silly to have to sync a...
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    HVAC trade school at 16 (two year course) and the...

    HVAC trade school at 16 (two year course) and the real world at 19, 48 now
  6. Flashlight Zaphrox --- looks like a maglight on...

    Flashlight Zaphrox --- looks like a maglight on your screen and uses the led light on your phone
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    Our mechanics take care of 14-15 chillers each...

    Our mechanics take care of 14-15 chillers each and every thing associated with those facilitys (trouble shooting, repair and replacement) including all ddc controls,vavs, pumps, speed drives cleaning...
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    tons of hvac per mechanic

    Would someone know a quotable source for recommendations of how much equipment one mechanic should be responsible for?
    I would expect something in the 2000 ton per mechanic range with comercial...
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    Funny I brazed so long that I consider soft...

    Funny I brazed so long that I consider soft solder more difficult, I've use 5% silfos and have used sta-brite #8 for temperature sensitive jobs and both have worked well. I find most leaks are...
  10. fluke 76 multi and 335 amp, nothing but durable

    fluke 76 multi and 335 amp, nothing but durable
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    2nd this, condenser pressure probably still low...

    2nd this, condenser pressure probably still low with a condenser coil that looks 30 years old
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    Ditto

    Ditto
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    Forgot about that one, first time I saw one kinda...

    Forgot about that one, first time I saw one kinda threw me that there wasn't a metering device at the evaporator coil then I realized that the liquid line was the metering device, one long cap tube!
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    Not familiar with 3/16 as a liquid line size, 1/4...

    Not familiar with 3/16 as a liquid line size, 1/4 and 5/16 are common sizes for smaller systems. First I would check with your manufacturer's specifications for the unit you are installing. I looked...
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    Klein lineman pliers, best hammer I've ever...

    Klein lineman pliers, best hammer I've ever owned.
    Close second is my leatherman super tool.
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    Decade of Rock-n-Roll is a greatest hits album...

    Decade of Rock-n-Roll is a greatest hits album before High Infidelity has all the good REO, High Infidelity and later sounds like a different band.
    Favorite song Roll with the changes.
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    Sorry for not being able to provide very detail...

    Sorry for not being able to provide very detail information at this point, I was just show this on Friday, I'm in sunny humid Florida so we have to deal with indoor humidity problems all the time,...
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    That would definitely dry things out, but I'm...

    That would definitely dry things out, but I'm wondering if controlling ventilation could help, possibly shutting down exhaust fan during morning hours. Repaint with mildew additive in paint?
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    mildew in stairwell

    any advise for preventing mildew in a unconditioned stairwell with block walls. There is a exhaust fan at the roof level and an vent opening at ground level floor located over door(two story...
  20. i'd set it up to alternate lead-lag

    i'd set it up to alternate lead-lag
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    Whoops, Szootman copied my comments about trickle...

    Whoops, Szootman copied my comments about trickle heat circuit before I realized that the bleed resistor was on the start capacitor, I thought I had edited it off, but apparently wasn't fast enough....
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    Bleed charge in start cap.

    Bleed charge in start cap.
  23. Add this to what has already been posted -- If...

    Add this to what has already been posted -- If you have an electric exhast fan for your attic make sure it's still coming on when it hits 90 and if your air handler (inside unit) is installed in a...
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    30% or min. cfm position, programmable ddc...

    30% or min. cfm position, programmable ddc controller or pneumatic, is there a set of blue prints with the mechanical pages that might specify the min, max setpoints, does the box have reheat, if it...
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    Depends on the definition of satisfactorily...

    Depends on the definition of satisfactorily cooling your home, my first answer would be with the no crowd, if it was a very open layout it might work, however if stairs landing enter hallways...
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