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  1. Per their FB page, Larmar Mechanical Contractors...

    Per their FB page, Larmar Mechanical Contractors officially became Delcor in 1996.
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    Yes, that copper tubing inserted in there merely...

    Yes, that copper tubing inserted in there merely converted that fused disconnect into a non-fused one. Of course, that simple little trick would be a code violation in and of itself.

    Then - BOTH...
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    Could be over charged too - if someone else...

    Could be over charged too - if someone else worked on it before you did. You might have to recover the charge and weigh a new one in to specs. You really can't properly troubleshoot it without...
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    Not sure what we don't see eye-to-eye about. ...

    Not sure what we don't see eye-to-eye about.

    Your company website seems to convey the very same statement of ethics as your form of advertisement. You're in good standing with the BBB. ...
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    Try this one: ...

    Try this one:

    http://www.middleby.com/service_2000/technical_pubs/pdf/mm/47829-c1/47829-c1.pdf
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    Dock carts have four wheels and are really...

    Dock carts have four wheels and are really convenient at most docks. Move in and do your work, then move out.

    My own interpretation of that law is that De Minimus is what is impossible to capture...
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    Did you try this place? They seem to advertise...

    Did you try this place? They seem to advertise many Wilch parts:

    http://www.shop.partsguru.com/Wilch-parts_c55.htm
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    How NOT to Clean a Blower Wheel

    I was once at a McD’s repairing a grill when some company showed up to address the restaurant’s poorly performing AC.

    Some time later, while I was still toiling over my task, I heard some suddenly...
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    It's good that you learned that and thanks for...

    It's good that you learned that and thanks for sharing it.

    I just now learned that I previously had and therefore was referring to the 11-in-1's predecessor - the 10-in-1. My bad. The 11-in-1...
  10. Shoulda also said that the next time that...

    Shoulda also said that the next time that happens, check the door switch. Common problem on convection ovens if the blower isn't running.

    On Vulcan's range convection ovens, the blower has a...
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    Had something similar to that happen to me some...

    Had something similar to that happen to me some fifteen years ago when not EVERYONE carried a cell phone. I walked into a restroom and someone in a stall said "HELLO?" in a rather loud and...
  12. I don't blame them...and for more reasons than...

    I don't blame them...and for more reasons than just its age.

    For what it's worth, here's the service manual:
    ...
  13. Great points there as well. Reminds me to say...

    Great points there as well. Reminds me to say what I was taught about the first rule of ice machines..."90% of ice machine issues are due to water control problems."

    So...all of this...and refer...
  14. LOL! He certainly musters up some interest about...

    LOL! He certainly musters up some interest about his hobby! Mine's just the version already in a can.



    Geez, I've been away from refrigeration too long...

    YES to your question.

    Also,...
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    Danged ELECTRICIANS...gotta be different. Their...

    Danged ELECTRICIANS...gotta be different. Their cord caps with the combo flat/Robertson head screws - screw up the Phillips bits in my 6-in-1. :whistle:

    But, you're right. They're an infallible...
  16. Thread: Mac 7 HELP

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    Those are problematic, resulting in an...

    Those are problematic, resulting in an astronomically high or low superheat. The board will adjust the EEV to meet target.

    Another possibility is a faulty temp probe. There's two of them. Not...
  17. Hey Brewmaster, you're referring to a newer model...

    Hey Brewmaster, you're referring to a newer model series that uses the electronic controller. He's asking about an older CM250. Entirely different unit.

    The CM250 unit uses a tstat (cube size...
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    The hissing and high head was air in it.

    The hissing and high head was air in it.
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    Usually not on the cubers. Just the bin eyes. I...

    Usually not on the cubers. Just the bin eyes. I seem to remember Sam's Club machines in their snack bar area were the only ones that might have incorporate a bin stat on those CMEs. Been awhile...
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    x2 :yes: I'd personally only had occasional...

    x2 :yes:

    I'd personally only had occasional success with cleaning them too. When the sensors failed, they either did the constant BIN FULL indication <or> a far less common situation when they...
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    My hardcopy manual is the same. Looks like you...

    My hardcopy manual is the same. Looks like you gotta look at that 14v transformer there on the left...and then use your imagination that there's control coils for the relay board and electronics...
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    Try this: In the QUICK REPLY...

    Try this:



    In the QUICK REPLY window, choose GO ADVANCED.
    In that window, there's an icon with a paperclip (refer to my picture below). Click on that icon and and a new...
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    I delete a prior post as it probably was too...

    I delete a prior post as it probably was too revealing of where I work. However, since it's similar to who you dealt with, I’ll still add this…

    I left fourteen years of field service work behind...
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    +1 :yes: This wasn't mentioned in the OP, so I...

    +1 :yes:

    This wasn't mentioned in the OP, so I have to ask him:

    Did you check and monitor the voltage to the gas valve when the unit achieved set-point?

    EDIT: I just checked my antiquated,...
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    For whatever reason, I went back and watched the...

    For whatever reason, I went back and watched the original video again. He'd made some changes to the video, so I commented in that regard. I got a rather quick response...and he didn't even thank...
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