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    Lol, no prob.

    Lol, no prob.
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    In the morning, the loop temp was cold, but as...

    In the morning, the loop temp was cold, but as the day goes on, the loop temp warms up. I'm pretty sure I posted that in another post. Maybe not those exact numbers, but I stated as the entering...
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    As the entering water temp increases, the temp...

    As the entering water temp increases, the temp difference decreases...at 85 degree entering water, we have approx a 10-12 degree split...
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    You're forgetting about the head pressure...

    You're forgetting about the head pressure control...restricts the water flow to maintain head pressure...
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    Most of the dirt/debris has been caught by the...

    Most of the dirt/debris has been caught by the inlet strainers upstream of the pump. There are no hoses; the unit is all hard piped on the water side the debris that was cleaned out of the condenser...
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    Bahahahahaha... I immediately got a mental image...

    Bahahahahaha... I immediately got a mental image of a big, barefoot hillbilly pushing on it with a stick screaming 'hey junior, get over here and help daddy make mommy cool'
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    Daaaaang...that's fancy...lol

    Daaaaang...that's fancy...lol
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    Are you referring to when the system is charged...

    Are you referring to when the system is charged and we have the 'pumpdown' symptom, or when the system is empty and I'm pulling a vac prior to charge?
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    Juice, the whole building has been a closed loop...

    Juice, the whole building has been a closed loop system until recently (within the last year or so). They swapped out the towers and made it an open loop system. To the best of my knowledge, there...
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    I highly doubt it. Granted, this would cause a...

    I highly doubt it. Granted, this would cause a high head pressure, but this still doesn't explain the bypassing on a new compressor without it showing up on the gauge port that is only a mere 6" down...
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    The head pressure control is functioning...

    The head pressure control is functioning properly, and there is a sufficient amount of water flow. There is supposed to be approx. 3gpm/ton. Considering we have a 1.5 ton unit, the 7.6 gpm that we...
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    To answer your questions, dobbin, this is a 1 1/2...

    To answer your questions, dobbin, this is a 1 1/2 ton copeland scroll. To the best of my knowledge, this is the first compressor changeout. The owner isn't very forthcoming with info about prior...
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    I understand the concerns about the txv and...

    I understand the concerns about the txv and drier, and that would explain the 'pumpdown' I'm seeing, but it doesn't explain all of the symptoms. Neither does moisture. If it were the filter drier...
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    The txv I installed came straight from the local...

    The txv I installed came straight from the local Liebert dealer, and is identical in size. It is the same BBIVE 1 1/2 that came out with the same 43 VGA power cap assembly.
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    There is no reheat, no humidifier, no hgbp, and...

    There is no reheat, no humidifier, no hgbp, and no solenoid valves in this unit. It is as bare bones as they get. Everything in the system includes a compressor, high pressure safety, condenser coil,...
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    Within 6". The high pressure safety is just down...

    Within 6". The high pressure safety is just down stream from the gauge port another 2" or so. After witnessing all of the madness that is going on here, I swapped gauges, just to make sure my gauges...
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    There is a head pressure control valve. We...

    There is a head pressure control valve.

    We have considered moisture to be the issue, but have concluded that it isn't the problem. Typically, a compressor will not bypass internally until the head...
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    The system is dry and the vac was good.

    The system is dry and the vac was good.
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    Help with a water cooled Liebert

    Hey everyone, I'm having some serious issues with a 10ish year old water cooled Liebert 1.5 ton unit. (I dont have the model/serial numbers with me as of right now, but if it will/can help, i can get...
  20. Sticky: I grew up outside of Orlando, FL, and shortly...

    I grew up outside of Orlando, FL, and shortly after High School I decided I wanted to give this industry a shot. I moved to the DFW area and started working for my uncle's father-in-law. I knew...
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    If the water source heat pumps are performing...

    If the water source heat pumps are performing most of the heating, this modification wasn't necessary. If the heat pumps are tied to the ems, and only maintain a minimum building temp over night, you...
  22. Check the amp draw of the fan motor as well, and...

    Check the amp draw of the fan motor as well, and check it against the full load amps on the motor itself. If the amp draw is substantially lower than the FLA, you have an airflow issue. Approximately...
  23. It sounds like the txvs are not responding. Is...

    It sounds like the txvs are not responding. Is there a possibility that during install they got too hot and are now stuck?

    Are there other units that utilize the same design that do not have this...
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    No problem. I know it has been a whole since I...

    No problem. I know it has been a whole since I started this topic, but it may help someone else out along the way.

    I attempted to inspect the internals of the 'manifold', but that's almost...
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    For those of you that may be curious about what...

    For those of you that may be curious about what happened with this, the engineer was skeptical that relocating the pressure switches to the tank would fix the issue. We ended up temporarily...
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