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  1. Thread: No batteries

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    Try a place called Interstate battery, I believe...

    Try a place called Interstate battery, I believe they are reasonable.
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    The chiller is - 30GTN020 air cooled , the valve...

    The chiller is - 30GTN020 air cooled , the valve is Emerson TRAE20H.
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    txv "special tool"

    Well we will see just how good you guys are. I've got a 20 ton Carrier chiller that needs TXV changed out. I can either solder in the new one or change out the " guts " of the old one. This is what...
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    ALWAYS remember this rule - if you ever drop a...

    ALWAYS remember this rule - if you ever drop a piece of sheet metal NEVER try to catch it in the air. Always let it fall than pick it up.
  5. Thread: motor issues

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    To answer some of your ? Yes, rotation is...

    To answer some of your ? Yes, rotation is correct. Triple checked wiring [ thats what we thought ] The fan unit is a Loren-Cook , something you would normally see on top of any small diner. It has...
  6. Thread: motor issues

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    motor issues

    Exhausting a steam tunnel with a rooftop type exhaust. It's got a 1/2 hp dual voltage [ 120-208-230 ] 1 phase 1725 rpm belt driven. Double checked the wiring rotation even the start cap. The motor is...
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    You will figure out your own "special tools"...

    You will figure out your own "special tools" later but i'll tell you one for now. Get yourself a 3 foot or more extention for your socket set. Makes compressor change outs easier.
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    Put an amp meter on the compressor if its...

    Put an amp meter on the compressor if its running. This might shed some lite on the situation.
  9. I got one better, I had the privalage to service...

    I got one better, I had the privalage to service a PTAC unit for this guys duck house. Had one big goose and a bunch of ducks in this large penned in area with a pond and this little walk in house....
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    That stuff reminds me of some other crap i've...

    That stuff reminds me of some other crap i've seen sold to replace a plumber. Fix a leak spray. It's all pretty funny sheeaat !
  11. Thread: CO Poisoning.

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    I would definitly put a CO monitor in the house...

    I would definitly put a CO monitor in the house but I'll bet the carpet guys are the culperites.
  12. Better hope you don't run into pnumatic hvac...

    Better hope you don't run into pnumatic hvac controls. They're still out there and if you are unfamilier with them and the whole set up you will have bitten off more than you can chew.
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    #2 - cap tube system, #1 - ?

    #2 - cap tube system, #1 - ?
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    Fun with Leibert

    Working on a Leibert unit, compressor shot craps. Copeland scroll model number ZR40K3ETF5230. Can anyone tell me if this is a r-22 or r-407c ?
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    Best thing for wasps, bees ect. CARBERATOR...

    Best thing for wasps, bees ect. CARBERATOR CLEANER !
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    I've never brazed with just acetylene before. All...

    I've never brazed with just acetylene before. All i've ever used is your basic two tank oxy-ace set ups. IMO I would get a two tank, very easy to control your work.
  17. Wait untill you start taking it apart and deal...

    Wait untill you start taking it apart and deal with the styrofoam fan shrouds. You will give up in disgust.
  18. Ampulman, that particular tool is used to pull...

    Ampulman, that particular tool is used to pull ductwork together so you can pound a drive in.
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    Well, I work at a V.A. hospital and we are in the...

    Well, I work at a V.A. hospital and we are in the process of hiring helpers and with your schooling and having the EPA licence that would help alot. As long as you have good work ethics and are...
  20. Thread: Grandpa & IRS

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    AN oldie but a goody !

    AN oldie but a goody !
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    I apologize for being a smart ass. Your head...

    I apologize for being a smart ass. Your head pressure is way to low almost sounds like the compressor isn't running. What was your suction press.?
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    Right. Now call a pro.

    Right. Now call a pro.
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    I like the show alot but not for the guys running...

    I like the show alot but not for the guys running it. I just like the info the experts give on all the stuff that comes in there.
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    It's all about experience. You need to qualify...

    It's all about experience. You need to qualify and get your foot in the door. Schooling is one of the best ways. Once you start working with other service techs you will begin to understand what alot...
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    You need to include "c" in a few more.

    You need to include "c" in a few more.
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