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    Not necessarily. I had a job once, on a brand...

    Not necessarily.

    I had a job once, on a brand new installation, where one of the water source heat pumps had water flow issues. Turns out, on the "manual isolation valve", the flats on the stem...
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    Well, HVACR Service is about as unpredictable as...

    Well, HVACR Service is about as unpredictable as you are going to get. Literally living, second by second, your phone could ring at anytime, 24-7, and you gotta run. Oh, yeah, and you gotta love...
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    I have a couple of articles that you might find...

    I have a couple of articles that you might find helpful in understanding Chiller and Cooling Tower systems. However I have not been able to upload them to this site, and you do not have an e-mail...
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    I have a couple of articles that you might find...

    I have a couple of articles that you might find helpful in understanding Chiller and Cooling Tower systems. However I have not been able to upload them to this site, and you do not have an e-mail...
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    She sure is a cutie. Looks like mine did 46, 45,...

    She sure is a cutie. Looks like mine did 46, 45, and 40 years ago. Yup, all three of them. Like others said, "Time is going to fly" so enjoy her while you can.
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    mycougar;18227181]Hello All, very new tech here. ...

    mycougar;18227181]Hello All, very new tech here. I am working on a Trane RTHC chiller with an oil leak at the oil loss level sensor (nut end). Do I recover all the 400# of refrigerant to make...
  7. I use an empty quart size vacuum pump oil bottle....

    I use an empty quart size vacuum pump oil bottle. Fill it with foam. Put the cap on it and shake it down. Repeat until you have enough foam-free oil to fill your sample bottle with as much as you...
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    How about a means of cooling without machinery,...

    How about a means of cooling without machinery, strictly electronic. Like a reverse microwave.
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    Also some salad dressings:rules:

    Also some salad dressings:rules:
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    Mcquay cooling tower . McQuay does not...

    Mcquay cooling tower . McQuay does not manufacture cooling towers. Try again. Model (and serial) number would be very helpful.

    Tracer Summit . This is a control system provided by The Trane...
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    And the RTAC "falling film" evaporator,...

    And the RTAC "falling film" evaporator, regardless if it is unit-mounted or remote, is a barrel, not a flat plate.
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    This is what I use. Got from W.W.Grainger in the...

    This is what I use. Got from W.W.Grainger in the U.S.A for a few hundred U.S.Dollars. I would imagine you could find out if there are any suppliers closer to you by "googling" for "rotary gear...
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    Go back and check the specifications again.There...

    Go back and check the specifications again.There should be a "Rate of Rise" tolerance. Some manufacturers specify to pull a 500 micron or better vacuum with no more than 200 micron rise in an hour....
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    Check out this thread: ...

    Check out this thread:

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=176081&highlight=CVGF
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    Surging???????

    :rolleyes:

    Screws don't "surge". Only "wheel" machine know how to "surge". :rolleyes:

    However, what you describe sounds like the slide valve is coming apart. Either the "horn", or the piston,...
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    Try this:

    Try this:
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    Lines running underground = one big trap.:eek2: ...

    Lines running underground = one big trap.:eek2: Do these compressors have unloders. If so, it's probably filling the underground portion of suction line with oil while running unloaded.:eek2:
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    Wow.!!!!!! That goes back a-ways. I was in the...

    Wow.!!!!!! That goes back a-ways. I was in the business about a year and a half when that manual was published. You were right in your origional post. It is and external retrofitted suction...
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    Did you re-string that one?:eek2:

    Did you re-string that one?:eek2:
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    Head Pressure control valves in the water...

    Head Pressure control valves in the water line?????????
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    We send them to Houston Carrier Rebuild shop. ...

    We send them to Houston Carrier Rebuild shop. Shouldn't be too hard for you to do, since your in the same "country".
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    Yup. Gotta be in the business a L-O-N-G time and...

    Yup. Gotta be in the business a L-O-N-G time and have accumulated a H-U-G-E library.

    OR Know somebody who has, and is willing to share. Like HVAC-TALK.com.!
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    PJ's cool-aid: Looking for service bullitin...

    PJ's cool-aid: Looking for service bullitin HCOM-SB-2 about cyl. head I.D.

    See attached: Some of the pictures are pretty crappy, but maybe you can figure out what you need from this.
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    Yea, It's the "Copper-Plated Holes" they're...

    Yea, It's the "Copper-Plated Holes" they're trying to pass off as tubing. I've had a replacement coil leak as soon as installed. A 12 " section of tube in the middle of the bundle was essentially...
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    a dead snake is hard to find with a thermal...

    a dead snake is hard to find with a thermal imager.????????????

    Hey, JayGuy. I thought snakes were "cold-blooded". So wouldn't a live one be just as hard to find with a thermal imager???
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