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    TopDeadCenter, What did you find out when the...

    TopDeadCenter,

    What did you find out when the case refurbishers showed up? I am having the same problem with Hussmann RL freezers. It looks like the ice is sealing the fan shroud against the...
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    MO49Plus to replace R-134a?

    In the interest of cutting down on the inventory we carry in the trucks, I would like to use the new R-437a (MO49Plus) to replace R-12, all of the R-12 replacement blends, and R-134a. We use a very...
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    Hey... Guess what. I called our electric...

    Hey... Guess what. I called our electric utility. They installed a voltage & current recorder on my meter. It showed huge voltage fluctuations. Our entire street was on one 20 KVA transformer two...
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    I was at the food court in the mall and needed to...

    I was at the food court in the mall and needed to tighten an oil sight glass that was leaking. I thought "Sears"! They have all kinds of sockets and automotive tools. After a half hour of...
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    Superheat on a low temp system is generally kept...

    Superheat on a low temp system is generally kept to a minimum to increase efficiency and to facilitate oil return. R-502 was almost exclusively used on low temp systems in the past. So I would...
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    I appreciate all of the good comments. I am...

    I appreciate all of the good comments. I am going to install a potential relay and start capacitor. I'll let you know if it makes an improvement. What is the talk about "balancing" the power...
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    I tend to agree with all of those who recommend a...

    I tend to agree with all of those who recommend a box temperature control and defrost timer. The low pressure control will work OK with any refrigerant once adjusted properly. However, when...
  8. If you have an expansion valve in your system,...

    If you have an expansion valve in your system, the suction temperature should not be directly related to the amount of refrigerant charged. The suction temp is going to vary with conditions. You...
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    A PSC "permanent split capacitor" motor is how it...

    A PSC "permanent split capacitor" motor is how it is currently wired. This is the way most a/c units are built because they are designed to start under no load and it is cheaper than installing a...
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    Hard Start Kit?

    I have a five ton heat pump that dims the lights considerably every time it starts. There are relay/capacitor kits available to convert it from a PSC motor to a capacitor start/ capacitor run. ...
  11. It's funny how so many people agree that we have...

    It's funny how so many people agree that we have too much government... yet such a large group of people think a shift to the left will somehow be better.:confused:
  12. Here's the website if you want to see what they...

    Here's the website if you want to see what they are. I don't have pictures of the ones I have because they are new and were never opened.
    Click on "Our Products", Anthony, 101 Series.
    ...
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    I was kidding!;)

    I was kidding!;)
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    Once I thought I had made a mistake... but I was...

    Once I thought I had made a mistake... but I was wrong.:rolleyes:
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    Who determined that this generation is worse off...

    Who determined that this generation is worse off than their parents? Probably some whiner.
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    I am a conservative because I believe in...

    I am a conservative because I believe in competition and that old fashioned capitalism brings out the best in everybody. It is the drive for profit and success that makes us all strive for...
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    I have not had very consistent temperatures using...

    I have not had very consistent temperatures using a low pressure control to maintain a box temperature. The best method by far is a temperature control and a timer with frequent off-cycle defrosts...
  18. Brand New Anthony Display Doors Available

    I received these doors for a job and the customer wanted taller doors. Anthony would not take them back. Brand new. Still in crates. Ready for a new home!

    One set of three Model 101 67" X 30"...
  19. Most of the ice arenas around here have a...

    Most of the ice arenas around here have a refrigerant in the chiller and calcium chloride brine or glycol for the loop under the ice. One that I know of has a direct R-22 system under the ice and...
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    Yes, but try to fill the entire gap between the...

    Yes, but try to fill the entire gap between the panels so that the moisture is stopped at the outside of the box. Otherwise ice will build between the panels.:)
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    If the outside is not accessible, maybe you could...

    If the outside is not accessible, maybe you could fill the gaps with aerosol foam insulation.:)
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    The difference between a water cooled condenser...

    The difference between a water cooled condenser and "misting" an air cooled condenser is that the complete evaporation that takes place on an air cooled condenser forces minerals to be deposited. A...
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    Pardon my ignorance... but, what does the term...

    Pardon my ignorance... but, what does the term "Tricking Out" mean?:confused:
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    If the system is short refrigerant and there are...

    If the system is short refrigerant and there are bubbles in the sight glass, the subcooling will be zero. As you add refrigerant, the head pressure will rise and the subcooling will remain at zero...
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    The amount of air that will enter the control cap...

    The amount of air that will enter the control cap tube will be insignificant, if any at all. You don't need to worry about evacuating anything. Just back seat the valve, take off the control line,...
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