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    Mike that slitter is pretty cool. Don't think it...

    Mike that slitter is pretty cool. Don't think it is economical though. I come from tile background just thought someone would make snap slide type panning shear. Something portable with built in...
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    Guillotine panning shear?

    Anyone have any ideas on panning shear? Needs to be portable, and able to cut at least 14 wide. Thanks Jay.
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    Sweet! That PAC checker should make trouble...

    Sweet! That PAC checker should make trouble shooting a little easier. I took 1 day class about year ago @ Mitsubishi training center. About all I remember is 14/3 with ground. Lol guy pounded...
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    Boss had meeting with factory rep 3 moths ago on...

    Boss had meeting with factory rep 3 moths ago on this exact issue. Rep said they had issues with vacuum process during manufacturing. So from my understanding pressure switch made with...
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    I really haven't noticed a difference if its on...

    I really haven't noticed a difference if its on high and low side. We just try to keep it as far away for vac as possible.
  6. Service tech said he pulls great vac on his systems

    We always wondered why he pulls downs so quick! Guess we know now. :gah::gah::gah:
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    I was told the ref liquid was liquid r11? Does...

    I was told the ref liquid was liquid r11? Does this sound right. The old timer I work for said that's what it was.
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    Yellow is usually common if no white.

    Yellow is usually common if no white.
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    Marter, I know its frustrating when batteries...

    Marter,

    I know its frustrating when batteries die. Seems like all my dewalt went down at same time. There's a tip you can try to get them to take a charge. I've done it on a couple 18v. I"ll...
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    Yes, battery's are interchangeable. They are...

    Yes, battery's are interchangeable. They are heaver. The 3.0 ah ones that come with the LXT's are lasting about 40-50% longer than my old lith ones. And twice as powerful imo.
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    Thanks bigtime

    Thanks bigtime
  12. We always go at least 1/2 ton larger when using...

    We always go at least 1/2 ton larger when using aspen coils.
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    Suction line oil traps???

    You guys doing suction line oil traps on rooftop split systems? Thanks Jay.
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    Here's a theory. During transport the unit was...

    Here's a theory. During transport the unit was tilted to much. Oil out of compressor flowed to the high side line thus when released compressor oil was released into the system.

    I think this...
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    LOL, ROBO, Been doing a lot of service work...

    LOL, ROBO,

    Been doing a lot of service work this week. I just noticed today that I'm squatting a lot more than kneeling these days. Been using a great product called Nikken use their knee...
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    KEVIN, I'm just a helper. Been HVAC for 8-9...

    KEVIN,

    I'm just a helper. Been HVAC for 8-9 months. I do need to know how to spell DUCT and for that I thank you. My skin not thick enough for forum posts. Trying to get to 15 post to get into...
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    Ah thanks JP. You guys purge your hoses and...

    Ah thanks JP. You guys purge your hoses and manifold with nitrogen after every hookup?

    thanks jay
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    Hooked up AK900 today on new install. 4 ton 410a...

    Hooked up AK900 today on new install. 4 ton 410a piston metering devise. High side 208 low 106 and blinking????? Boss goes nuts something wrong, come to find out blockage or oil in low side...
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    Well,,, I'm gunna say sarcastically thanks for...

    Well,,, I'm gunna say sarcastically thanks for for help fellas. Snow roof it is. Thanks and God Bless. Jay Parker
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    Maybe it was 26???

    Maybe it was 26???
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    10 Ton Unit. Supply- Return over under?/ Well...

    10 Ton Unit. Supply- Return over under?/ Well you can't buy comm. units with over under supply-return outlets?? So our suppliers said.

    We had insulated duct fabricated some...
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    Rooftop exposed duck

    What are you guys using to seal protect exposed rooftop duck? Thanks Jay.
  23. Thanks Babar :cheers:

    Thanks Babar :cheers:
  24. THANKS! So if you zero out your gauges you...

    THANKS!
    So if you zero out your gauges you use PSIA and if you don't you use PSIG??? Is this sensible thinking or am I totally confused. :gah:
  25. PSIA PSIG Can someone help explain the Difference

    I guess the title says it all. I understand that it's pounds square inch. But the a and g have me confused.

    When you read your digital gauges do you use PSIA, or PSIG.


    Thanks Jay Parker
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