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    Check this page out on superheat and Subcooling. ...

    Check this page out on superheat and Subcooling.
    http://www.achrnews.com/articles/quick-facts-superheat-and-subcooling
  2. Thread: i'm 98%

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    Blue klein wire strippers.... 2% here

    Blue klein wire strippers.... 2% here
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    Fluctuation in superheat/sub cooling (assuming...

    Fluctuation in superheat/sub cooling (assuming metering device is good) would indicate non condensibles.
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    Need to convert using 407 refrigerant. Mo99 is...

    Need to convert using 407 refrigerant. Mo99 is junk. The older units are designed for r22, and when using mo99 which differs in capacity and pressures, the metering device doesn't meter properly....
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    In my bag, ratchet box wrenches 9/16 and 1/2....

    In my bag, ratchet box wrenches 9/16 and 1/2. Also stubby 7/16, 1/2, and 9/16. Anything bigger is worth a walk to the truck
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    Anyone know this company

    I'm looking for some information about a national company called Advanced Mechanical Services. Does anyone know anything about the company. They approached me with an offer today. I'm with CMS and...
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    Harris

    Harris
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    Nitrogen regulator

    I just bought this, loving it.

    http://www.harrisproductsgroup.com/en/About-Harris/newsroom/Nitrogen-Regulator.aspx
  9. Thread: Wire tracer

    by Cmstech
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    Wire tracer

    I deal with a lot of controls, and most of the systems we service are three phase. I feel like a wire tracer would save me a few headaches at times. What are some good wire tracers out there. Does...
  10. Thread: Wet/Dry Vac

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    Went ahead and bought a Shop-Vac 5gal 3hp with...

    Went ahead and bought a Shop-Vac 5gal 3hp with attachments. Not too heavy, not too bulky, and its got some good power
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    L Series specific, I've had smoke detectors trip...

    L Series specific, I've had smoke detectors trip the T1 trans, relays, and contactors. But my odd ball find on one particular L Series was within the wiring harness. Coming of the tb34 terminal block...
  12. Thread: Wet/Dry Vac

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    Wet/Dry Vac

    Who is making the best wet/dry vac these days.
  13. Thread: Tool bags

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    I like the way the custom leathercraft looks. I...

    I like the way the custom leathercraft looks. I may go with it since I'm up and down ladders all the time. My AWP backpack was decent up roof hatches until the strap broke
  14. Thread: Tool bags

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    Tool bags

    What brand, style tool bag are all tHe techs out there rockin? I got an AWP but it's wearing down so I'm looking at getting a new one. I was just trying to see what other guys liked/disliked. Thanks
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    I got the fluke 80PK-8 Type k pipe clamp, and the...

    I got the fluke 80PK-8 Type k pipe clamp, and the fluke 80PK-24 air probe
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    Best temperature reading tool

    What is everyone using to measure air temp?
    What is everyone using to measure surface temp?
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    Leave it to the rookie!!

    I went to an emergency call tonight on a reach in cooler at a well known restaurant. When I arrived I checked my notes and saw the new guy was just there this morning. The notes said added R-134a and...
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    Assuming the system (other than refrigerant...

    Assuming the system (other than refrigerant cycle) is running correctly. I would say recover refrig, blow nitro just in case TXV has debris, but It sounds like replacing the drier and charging unit...
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    Compressed air is a no no. All air has moisture...

    Compressed air is a no no. All air has moisture in it. I would recover R-22, blow nitro through it to get any debris out, flush my line set, replace liquid drier, nitro test for leaks, pull vacuum,...
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    I had on doing that a while back. It was a faulty...

    I had on doing that a while back. It was a faulty limit switch losing 24vlts to condenser fan contactor. I could tech across and it would be fine, then push on my terminals and it would read open....
  21. A tech gotta do what a tech gotta do sometimes, I...

    A tech gotta do what a tech gotta do sometimes, I hope that's just a temporary solution
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    I don't miss those calls. Rooftops don't sound so...

    I don't miss those calls. Rooftops don't sound so bad now lol
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    Went to site this morning, contacted Novar after...

    Went to site this morning, contacted Novar after pulling Novar module. No dc volts from module, status light constant not blinking. Bad Novar module. Quoted out new
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    TU = Trane up flow D = induced draft 2 = two...

    TU = Trane up flow
    D = induced draft
    2 = two stage
    C = 21" cabinet width
    080 = 80,000 btu
    A = design
    9 = 115 volts/ 60 hertz / natural gas
    V4= 4ton variable speed motor
    V= variable speed...
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