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    Please explain how. Not that I disagree, I just...

    Please explain how. Not that I disagree, I just want to understand why.
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    ^ X3 FWIW, I had a similar job a month ago. ...

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    FWIW, I had a similar job a month ago. SC was where it was supposed to be but the SG was not clear... I was told a TXV needed a full column of liquid to work properly so I kept adding...
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    Agreed, forget the SG. Get a charging chart. ...

    Agreed, forget the SG.

    Get a charging chart.

    I have a nifty app on my smartphone that says with those conditions ( 70 Outdoor Ambient, 60 Indoor Wet Bulb ) You should be around 23.5 Subcooling...
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    IMO, your distributor is not doing their job. ...

    IMO, your distributor is not doing their job. What region are you in? I'm sure Daikin would like to know about this.

    Next time, try 866 4-Daikin and select option 3

    Cheers
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    IME, you can get way with an air-acetylene torch...

    IME, you can get way with an air-acetylene torch but it isn't always practical on the larger sizes because it can take way too long to heat up to the flowing point.

    An oxy-acetylene setup is...
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    You will not "see" the moisture itself. The only...

    You will not "see" the moisture itself. The only way a SG will tell you if there is moisture is by the moisture indicator changing color.
    Not all manufacturers are the same though. IMO, Sporlan is...
  7. Sticky: That's a fairly accurate statement but as with...

    That's a fairly accurate statement but as with several other things in this field, things vary according to oprerating conditions.

    The documentation I am referring to is directly from DuPont...
  8. Sticky: The 4-6% capacity loss occurs at a 90-95 degree...

    The 4-6% capacity loss occurs at a 90-95 degree CONDENSING temperature...

    with a condensing temperature of 130 degrees, your capacity loss is 14%
  9. Sticky: Good point Mikey

    Good point Mikey
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    lol, I forgot about that vstech... that was last...

    lol, I forgot about that vstech... that was last summer. =)
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    Are you just using "rule of thumb" or is that an...

    Are you just using "rule of thumb" or is that an actual calculation?
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    I'm working on the post count requirement...

    I'm working on the post count requirement vstech...

    I did not measure the temp of the LL but it was not warm to the touch...

    I would go back and check it out but it is in the 60s today... :gah:
  13. Sticky: :hijacked:Over the years I have heard many...

    :hijacked:Over the years I have heard many business owners complain of the side-jobbers doing the same job for significantly less than what they would charge.

    Because the side jobber does not have...
  14. Sticky: Suffolk, IME, I have seen a lot of students come...

    Suffolk, IME, I have seen a lot of students come out of a technical school and they still don't know their butt from a hole in the ground...

    I have dealt with people from both Community Colleges...
  15. Sticky: Hello all. I have been in this field for over 15...

    Hello all. I have been in this field for over 15 years but I have been on the wholesale end of it. I graduated from HVAC school in the early 90s with the intention of being a service technician. ...
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    We finally got some warm weather today so I am...

    We finally got some warm weather today so I am here checking on the system.

    IWB = 60
    IDB = 76
    ODA = 81

    According to my superheat calculator, I should have a SH of 5 with these parameters....
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    So how did you make out with this situation?

    So how did you make out with this situation?
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    Picking up where we left off... What I had to...

    Picking up where we left off...

    What I had to fix was a leak in the liquid line. Whoever installed it used soft solder on the liquid line drier and it eventually leaked. (after 10ish years)

    I...
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    Low airflow?

    I've encountered a similar situation and can find no leaks in the ducts.

    I'm curious to see what you have accomplished thus far.
  20. Was it a lot of pressure? My advice would be...

    Was it a lot of pressure?

    My advice would be to change the oil and do a micron test.

    I personally don't think you did any damage to the pump.
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    Rusty Tech Needs a Refresher...

    My Full Time Job is working for a supply house and as a general rule I normally don't do work in the field unless it's for immediate family or close friends.

    I was at my In-laws tonight to fix...
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