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    (Did someone) I am sure that valve did not screw...

    (Did someone) I am sure that valve did not screw itself that bad. [QUOTE=UmmScott;20719611]Did someone else in the past crank on them too hard?
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    P4 pressure was considered negligible untill...

    P4 pressure was considered negligible untill recently when someone noticed the pin point was replaced with a larger odd shaped stem witch offered a small pressure that assisted in opening these...
  3. Get two service valve wrenches and open both...

    Get two service valve wrenches and open both exactly the same amount at the same time. If you think you messed up close valves and repeat untill you get it right,then start unit.
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    Treat it like a walking freezer. Install a door...

    Treat it like a walking freezer. Install a door switch (sealed weather proof) to break both the fan and the thermostat circuits.
  5. Thread: Filter Dryers

    by ararams
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    Three from two manufacturers, all OEM.

    Three from two manufacturers, all OEM.
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    All your symptoms pointed at it, you just need to...

    All your symptoms pointed at it, you just need to read the signs. You are well come.
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    You can safely eliminate them. There will be no...

    You can safely eliminate them. There will be no noticeable effect seen on the unit.
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    Look at the back top right of the board,you will...

    Look at the back top right of the board,you will signs of overheating.
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    Did you check for a heat exchanger in your...

    Did you check for a heat exchanger in your piping?, your case was built when these were common. While you are at it , take the unit apart and wash down the entire unit,get at all the baffles.
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    When those were new on the market, I had fun for...

    When those were new on the market, I had fun for an entire month with a know-it-all supervisor who couldn't find the leak.
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    Since you are on that unit, do you know where the...

    Since you are on that unit, do you know where the pressure relief plug is?
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    Christmas cookie tins is what I had.

    Christmas cookie tins is what I had.
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    That's a Hussmann specialty.

    That's a Hussmann specialty.
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    May be Dytel, depending on how old is old.

    May be Dytel, depending on how old is old.
  15. Is there any manufacturer who's unit is wired so...

    Is there any manufacturer who's unit is wired so that the liquid line solenoid valve closes when any safety opens the contactor coil? The only one I know of was back in the 80's.
  16. Is there any manufacturer who's unit was wired so...

    Is there any manufacturer who's unit was wired so that the liquid line solenoid valve closes when any safety opens the contactor coil? The only one I know of was back in the 80's.
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    99% of the time the leak underneath there is from...

    99% of the time the leak underneath there is from the safety plug.
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    All txv pins are made of stainless steel,but all...

    All txv pins are made of stainless steel,but all the gunk is collecting where the pressure drop is taking place.
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    GM engines produce so much crap, they clog the...

    GM engines produce so much crap, they clog the oil pickup strainer. I even ran mobil 1, clog at 275000 miles.
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    Since they changed their model #S differentiating...

    Since they changed their model #S differentiating units became a pain. The SY model comes as a Quiet cube and a remote same with the Indigo.
  21. Thread: c-frame motors

    by ararams
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    Toward the copper bar

    Toward the copper bar
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    Be careful when recovering refrigerant from those...

    Be careful when recovering refrigerant from those machines. Without power to the liquid line solenoid valve refrigerant is trapped at the drier.
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    It seems that the building has three phase power...

    It seems that the building has three phase power supply. If true,you do not want the machine to be on the high leg if one is present.
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    Can a clock/timer be added? This plus recording...

    Can a clock/timer be added? This plus recording event can help find troublesome intermittent problems.
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    Your boss thought his initial donation to the...

    Your boss thought his initial donation to the German economy was enough, not so .If he need those vans running he have to make some more donation with each part that carries the Benz symbol.
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    Earlier this week I had to drive an hour plus one...

    Earlier this week I had to drive an hour plus one way for a new unit not cooling only to find the thermostat set on heat. Invoice ---- closed open low voltage circuit.
  27. Normally a rack has the equipment to handle the...

    Normally a rack has the equipment to handle the backup of liquid before it hits the compressor,on single units it's a death sentence for that compressor.
  28. I hope you don't have an aftermarket accumulator.

    I hope you don't have an aftermarket accumulator.
  29. Did you replace the low pressure control with a...

    Did you replace the low pressure control with a new one? I ask this because there was a change in the setting. You are most likely working on a 2000 lb unit
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    There is a reason all machines have model...

    There is a reason all machines have model numbers,without it we don't know witch unit you are looking at.
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    May be the instructions are in Japanese and no...

    May be the instructions are in Japanese and no one can read it .
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    That's the biggest split system I have seen.

    That's the biggest split system I have seen.
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    Have you checked the discharge temp? Maybe the...

    Have you checked the discharge temp? Maybe the oil has started cooking. This is common with r22 systems with run away superheat,the same can happen with 410a or any refrigerant for that matter.
  34. If the arms are getting cold, how are the the...

    If the arms are getting cold, how are the the legs.
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    Stupidity has no borders nor language barriers.

    Stupidity has no borders nor language barriers.
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    I also think he's looking at a headmaster. ...

    I also think he's looking at a headmaster. As for the cooler (where the owner turns off the fans) I normally install a relay or contactor with a coil voltage similar to the evaporator fans in a...
  37. Thread: accumulators

    by ararams
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    Some have them on the bottom and they sometime...

    Some have them on the bottom and they sometime leak for no apparent reason.
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    Does the compressor have a decal saying it is...

    Does the compressor have a decal saying it is protecting itself by not pumping?
  39. Most if not all the products in there are package...

    Most if not all the products in there are package products, low humidity will not really affect quality. High humidity will definitely affect your beer because if it"s slimy, slips out of your hands...
  40. Thread: Whistling TXV

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    That whistling noise you are hearing is the...

    That whistling noise you are hearing is the universal language txv speaks, the oscillating part comes when the pressure varies with the fan cycle control. When a valve is well fed it's quiet but the...
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    You already have your amp meter in your...

    You already have your amp meter in your hand,continue using it to check how much amps is drawn by the run and the start windings. If they are both pulling amperage then you have good windings but a...
  42. That's exactly how I look at it because we are...

    That's exactly how I look at it because we are looking at a failed part.
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    Look in Snapon catalog. That's where I got mine.

    Look in Snapon catalog. That's where I got mine.
  44. Thread: TXV's

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    That will depend on bulb charge. Gas or liquid...

    That will depend on bulb charge. Gas or liquid valves can be installed in any orientation, mix charged ( gas and liquid in the power element) power should be installed vertically.
  45. I think there is a similarity between this...

    I think there is a similarity between this expansion valve, the blown headmaster (I have actually seen this happen) and a frozen water line burst. I am sticking to rapid heating of a liquid filled...
  46. (MOP charge from what I can see. So this will...

    (MOP charge from what I can see. So this will limit the pressure produced within the sensing bulb to a predetermined limit. ) has nothing to do with sensing bulb pressure,but it limits the suction...
  47. Where can I find more info on that statement?

    Where can I find more info on that statement?
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    Did any of your fords disc pad set last 210,000...

    Did any of your fords disc pad set last 210,000 miles? My 05 chevy did, now I on 103,000 on a '10.
  49. Thread: Pulley puller

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    One of the better puller that have not failed me...

    One of the better puller that have not failed me yet. I added a socket and adapter to my impact driver and now have the all new Impact Driven Puller.
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    Your temperature sensing devices needs...

    Your temperature sensing devices needs recalibrating (you may need to keep your hand in a well stired mixture of ice and water ). then recheck temperatures in degrees.
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