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    Most constant cut in controls for high temp are...

    Most constant cut in controls for high temp are set at 5. To check operation and setting you unplug the evap fans and put a thermometer in the evap coil. Watch for it to take out the compressor at...
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    Just wondering why you used line temperatures...

    Just wondering why you used line temperatures instead of pressures? I mean I’ll feel the discharge line to see if the compressor is doing work. From the temperatures you gave it almost sounds like it...
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    I would replace the defective/failed switch to...

    I would replace the defective/failed switch to the exact location. I haven't had to move one yet. Leaving it mounted to the top of the cabinet would ensure the evaporator housing is at temperature...
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    There is Marsal and sons in Lindenhurst. They...

    There is Marsal and sons in Lindenhurst. They make prep-tables and such on site, they may be able to custom make whatever you like.

    http://www.marsalsons.com/
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    Market Contract Pricing

    I am looking for some help and considerations in a maintenance contract for a Kysor/Warren NH2 Split temp Rack (58 total HP) with an E2 controller and 20 circuits. The rack was installed in 07.

    I...
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    Tell Frank or Tom at ABCO that Dan from Sheridan...

    Tell Frank or Tom at ABCO that Dan from Sheridan Refrigeration is dying out there and his brother is too comfortable in the 638 to come back to "combat refrigeration". Or if you go to Farmingdale...
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    I have recently finished a two week run in...

    I have recently finished a two week run in Newsday (local paper $1500.00) and one month with MEP Jobs($800.00). The supply house is touchy. On occasion owners of competing companies will rip the ad...
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    Commercial Refrigeration Technician-NY

    I am starting to think it would be easier to spot the Loch Ness Monster than to find a commercial refrigeration tech. Air Conditioning experience is a plus however we are 95% refrigeration.
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    http://www.iceomatic.com/docs/uploaded/ice/product...

    http://www.iceomatic.com/docs/uploaded/ice/products/B_EC_and_ECP_Series_Tech.pdf

    Page F-10 from the service manual downloads.

    With ice against the bar:

    Off in one minuet


    Remove ice from...
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    I would check my harvest assist assembly. Not the...

    I would check my harvest assist assembly. Not the motor but the SLIP CLUTCH ASSEMBLY and the MICRO SWITCH witch rides along the outside of the cam and sends the machine back into the freeze cycle.
    ...
  11. As a business owner I can't expense more than I...

    As a business owner I can't expense more than I gross. In addition there are what we call "red flags" for Uncle Sam when you start to abuse the system.

    I don't mind paying my taxes like every...
  12. So would you say, "Look up socialism/communism,...

    So would you say, "Look up socialism/communism, and that will answer your question"?

    Is that indeed what someone who supported his campaign would say?

    I still have not seen someone write, " I...
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    Interesting, I haven't run into a True...

    Interesting, I haven't run into a True Preptable(TSSU) that had a seperate circuit for the top rail, the evaportator has an opening to the top which blows cold air on the pull out trays. I have seen...
  14. "Redistribution of Wealth" So we can say that...

    "Redistribution of Wealth"

    So we can say that we really don't know yet what this will mean.

    My second question is, and I know this may seem far fetched but;

    What is the chance of a...
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    I don't have a link for the Technical Service...

    I don't have a link for the Technical Service Manual. I had never seen one until I went to the factory. I would call corporate 1 800-325-6152 and ask them to send you one. You will be floored when...
  16. Trouble understanding redistribution of wealth

    I understand what happen to the housing market.

    I don’t understand what “redistribution of wealth” means and why wealth has to be redistributed.

    I would love to hear from a supporter of...
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    As a recommended contractor for True Mfg I see...

    As a recommended contractor for True Mfg I see anywhere from 3 to 15 in warranty and out calls per week. Many of them are follow ups after the accounts “regular” contractor has already made a mess...
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    When referring to Refrigeration I would think...

    When referring to Refrigeration I would think more people use the the term horse power. I would get out of the habit of using the the phrase, "how many tons" unless you are only servicing residential...
  19. [QUOTE=NFL;2036795] I mean I know owners don't...

    [QUOTE=NFL;2036795]

    I mean I know owners don't want to lose their business, but at the same time I think employees should be kept informed to some degree.

    QUOTE]


    As an owner I would say...
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    I would venture a guess that most commercial HVAC...

    I would venture a guess that most commercial HVAC guys will be very happy if they never even bump into a rotisserie machine, fryolator or any other appliance that keeps your tools “well lubricated”. ...
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    My appoligies, it just didn't seem like you had...

    My appoligies, it just didn't seem like you had reinstalled the muffler, installed the proper txv or added a cpr, and charged to the name plate wieght.

    Someone looking up and reading this post...
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    I have a feeling this is a Kelvinator TLP Cabinet...

    I have a feeling this is a Kelvinator TLP Cabinet (National Refrigeration), with a mechanical clock instead of the pulse controller.

    The expansion valve and any other part for this cabinet can be...
  23. Thread: TRUE PAINS

    by coldcube
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    For me the GDM and T series are difficult when it...

    For me the GDM and T series are difficult when it comes to brazing the accumulator/suction line piece into the evaporator.

    I am assuming they sent you the line set kit and instructions for...
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    Since we are comparing compressors voltages and...

    Since we are comparing compressors voltages and not resistance heaters rated at wattage output; would you say the btu requirements are normally converted to wattage requirements to determine the more...
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    Out of curiosity, regardless of voltage, if I had...

    Out of curiosity, regardless of voltage, if I had an appliance (compressor or what have you) that draws 4 amps, and an appliance that draws 100 amps, and we ran them both at the same time for 4...
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    I would say, "The higher the voltage the lower...

    I would say, "The higher the voltage the lower the amperage", and amperage is what causes our electrical meters to spin. If efficiency is the focal point I would give my compressor choice...
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    I figure I would add my thoughts. If you do...

    I figure I would add my thoughts.

    If you do not have good water flow it will take what seems like forever to get out of the one minuet fill. I did have a "ghost freeze up" on a 3ph 2400lb machine...
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    They are asking to be an unrestricted additional...

    They are asking to be an unrestricted additional insured using an ISO CG 20 10 11 85 or its equivalent. It goes on to say that the insured's coverage (me) will be the primary coverage for them, their...
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    If it is an EMERGENCY, and a refrigeration...

    If it is an EMERGENCY, and a refrigeration technician will be out the following week then I would agree with wannafreeze. Pull remaining charge, and weight in refrigerant to nameplate charge. IF YOU...
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    I and one of my techs were going to the class in...

    I and one of my techs were going to the class in December, but now it looks like it may be January instead.

    Don’t panic; just remember not to accidentally bring something you shouldn’t as it may...
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    Business Question

    I realize and apologize that I don’t have a large enough post count to be placed in the business discussion; however was hoping someone could help clarify some unusual insurance requirements for a...
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    This is a band aide but may buy you time. I...

    This is a band aide but may buy you time.

    I don't know the name of the product but some of my customers have been installing what I call "humidity catchers". They are about 10"X10" white and have...
  33. Thread: MEP Jobs

    by coldcube
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    Hi Jeff, Thank you for your reply. ...

    Hi Jeff,

    Thank you for your reply.

    Although I have never specifically used the service you represent, I have been very disappointed with a well known similar service. I am under the impression...
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    http://www.cornelius.com/stellent/groups/web/@gues...

    http://www.cornelius.com/stellent/groups/web/@guest/documents/scp_published/quicksearchicemakers.hcst

    Lots of good info including training and operating manuals.
  35. Thread: MEP Jobs

    by coldcube
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    MEP Jobs

    Has anyone had an experience where no applicants were submitted that met the requirements for your job posting?

    Were you still billed for that 30 day period?

    What kind of guarantee did they...
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    Jeff, As the owner of a small shop I would say...

    Jeff,

    As the owner of a small shop I would say hang in there. Unless someone specifically asks you do something unethical (squeeze 90 lbs of refrigerant out of a 30 lb can), understand that the...
  37. Thread: True Meltdown

    by coldcube
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    [QUOTE=itsiceman;2005051]Tru-apper must have not...

    [QUOTE=itsiceman;2005051]Tru-apper must have not liked the way ice did it because you can get TXV's installed at the factory for a remote box and what's wrong with remoteing it underneath :p

    I am...
  38. Thread: True Meltdown

    by coldcube
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    I followed up with Ron T today. The case is...

    I followed up with Ron T today.

    The case is from 1996. At that time a termination/delay was all that was required for "safe operation". Just on a side note, any changes to the case, including the...
  39. Thread: True Meltdown

    by coldcube
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    Hey Ice, There should have been a delay and a...

    Hey Ice,

    There should have been a delay and a limit in that case, I confirmed it with Ron T yesterday.

    He did mention that two models of the newer GDM and T series do not have the delay.

    Do...
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    True equipment works with evaporator coil...

    True equipment works with evaporator coil temperatures normally maintained by a cold control. The cold control used is a coil sensing control and therefore should have the capillary of the control...
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