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    Here, to make up for my badness......

    Here, to make up for my badness...
    http://www.midmark.com/docs/librariesprovider6/pdfs/75003004.pdf?sfvrsn=2
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    My bad I see that now, duh!!

    My bad I see that now, duh!!
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    Even if you fix your current troubles you still...

    Even if you fix your current troubles you still have a major problem. That is a refrigerant cooled motor. Even with the little muffin fan you have there it's going to over heat. Starting and stopping...
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    Bigger vehicle = more stuff (maybe some stuff you...

    Bigger vehicle = more stuff (maybe some stuff you don't need) also greater potential for tolerance of disorganization.
    Smaller vehicle forces better organization and less stuff (only stuff you...
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    I wouldn't take it too hard. Sounds like they...

    I wouldn't take it too hard. Sounds like they were looking to get rid of someone and you happened to be in the line of fire. Some companies do that on a regular seasonal basis, they look for an easy...
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    I worked the Baltimore DC Annapolis triangle out...

    I worked the Baltimore DC Annapolis triangle out of a Ford Aerostar for about a year. It was tight but forced you to be organized for sure. Doing the heavy commercial/industrial work now pretty much...
  7. Thread: Work Boots

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    Been using Keens, about due a new pair, real good...

    Been using Keens, about due a new pair, real good comfortable boots. Lightweight too.
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    Congrats and good luck, apply yourself and soak...

    Congrats and good luck, apply yourself and soak up everything you can. Most importantly, don't be a stranger here!
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    That home made food can looking 90 is pretty...

    That home made food can looking 90 is pretty slick!
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    I worked with York for several years and left...

    I worked with York for several years and left before the buyout. Now, me and my son are working for Johnson and its been pretty good so far. Of course, it's really what you make of it and who you're...
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    Job market in PR

    Anybody know what the job market is like for a chiller tech in Puerto Rico?
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    Hmmm. Rebuilds, some do it right others cut...

    Hmmm. Rebuilds, some do it right others cut corners. I've seen over the years, used valve plates, bad internal relief valves, rods come off due to? Wrong oil , that was really just a guess but after...
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    Ka-chunk Ka-chunk Ka-chunk! Oh and they will...

    Ka-chunk Ka-chunk Ka-chunk! Oh and they will spoon feed you about how "their motor job" is superior to everybody else. Bottom line it's gonna be in the low to mid 5 figures zone.
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    Thanks for serving! Sounds like you would be a...

    Thanks for serving! Sounds like you would be a good fit in a data center
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    I have used a bearing splitter and puller to get...

    I have used a bearing splitter and puller to get them off, but as others have said heat will usually do the trick.
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    Quincy has a bunch of lit on their site, have to...

    Quincy has a bunch of lit on their site, have to register but may be what you need is there?
  17. Ludeca shaftalign.

    Ludeca shaftalign.
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    2 - 90's would actually give you more pressure...

    2 - 90's would actually give you more pressure drop.
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    Sounds like a candidate for one of those Liebert...

    Sounds like a candidate for one of those Liebert XD systems, if you have the $$$.
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    I'd get the best I could afford and go with that....

    I'd get the best I could afford and go with that. You can get a Starrett dial indicator set for less than 4 digits. Never been a fan of the straight edge method other than for temporary start-up....
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    Cold W.A.R.

    Somebody posted a link to the Sporlan Cold W.A.R. issues a while back and for the life of me I can't remember who it was or where the link went?
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    What did the bead probe on the bottle get down...

    What did the bead probe on the bottle get down to? LOL
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    Just out of curiosity what type of laser system...

    Just out of curiosity what type of laser system are you using? We are looking at buying a Ludeca unit soon.
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    Mycom makes some damn good compressors ;) nice...

    Mycom makes some damn good compressors ;) nice work!
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    Local 43 Chattanooga, TN

    Local 43 Chattanooga, TN
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    Rooftop cage

    I was tooling home today and noticed on a single story building not far from downtown that they had built heavy duty "cages" around the package rooftop units. I know they are there to protect against...
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    Goodway towershine

    Anybody use this stuff before? Pros/cons?
  28. Thread: Bearings

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    What about FYH (Japan) ? I have used them in a...

    What about FYH (Japan) ?
    I have used them in a few applications, mostly Liebert but I wonder about using them in some of the more heavy duty stuff. Sealmaster is my favorite here lately they seem to...
  29. Thread: Bearings

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    Bearings

    Just wondering what manufacturer of bearings ya'll prefer? Talking mainly fan shaft bearings here. Pillow block style, 2 and 4 bolt etc. What are your experiences with them , pros / cons.
    Thanks in...
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    I've only ever seen something similar one time,...

    I've only ever seen something similar one time, though the motor had a distinct growling sound when it was running. This was on a 40 hp built up air handler and you could light a 120 volt trouble...
  31. Thread: CRO use

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    These air dryers run 24/7 load or no load, though...

    These air dryers run 24/7 load or no load, though there is always some air passing through the HX. The only time they are not running is when i turn them off to work on them or the power goes off!...
  32. Thread: CRO use

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    Comes right off the discharge and dumps into the...

    Comes right off the discharge and dumps into the evaporator outlet at a tee, before the txv sensing bulb, not exactly ideal. Remember these units are 1985 vintage.
  33. Thread: CRO use

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    CRO use

    Why would an equipment manufacturer use a Sporlan CRO in the discharge line for hot gas bypass? I looked at the literature for the CRO and they specifically say do not use in anything but the suction...
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    You could probably do the exposed side ok but the...

    You could probably do the exposed side ok but the other side there just ain't enough room. Stuff is pretty tight on them Lieberts.
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    I used to go thru so many screws it was...

    I used to go thru so many screws it was ridiculous. Biggest thing I saw was folks using cordless drills and not setting the torque and stripping the holes out. Well that and manufs thinking that self...
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    I remember way back when I was a greenhorn...

    I remember way back when I was a greenhorn working on a RadioShack ac unit and the ladder blew down... Well I went and jumped off the roof on to the top of a dumpster and then went and got my ladder...
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    Thanks for the pics. Looks like a Yorkerier or...

    Thanks for the pics. Looks like a Yorkerier or maybe a Carryork. Hope it's going well with it.
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    Still waiting on those pics....

    Still waiting on those pics....
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    Pics, we need pics. There are chiller junkies out...

    Pics, we need pics. There are chiller junkies out here ya know!!! Hey that would be a good user name... chiller junkie!
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    That will do it. See it's the simple things that...

    That will do it. See it's the simple things that get them. Thanks for the update.
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    It wouldn't be the first time I have replied and...

    It wouldn't be the first time I have replied and assumed (sometimes dangerous assumption) that one has checked all the obvious stuff. Like sheave alignment, wear, belt size, etc. If it was that...
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    I have seen on some belt drive ahu's with freak...

    I have seen on some belt drive ahu's with freak drives on them get squirrelly at certain speeds. One in particular would slap the belts so hard the belt guard would shake like it was about to come...
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    Yeah thats pretty much a given. Carrier maintains...

    Yeah thats pretty much a given. Carrier maintains as long as the water temp leaving the condenser is about 20*F above the leaving chilled water temp things will be good. Thats not always the case...
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    Mails a coming.

    Mails a coming.
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    If you want I can send you some mail...

    If you want I can send you some mail...
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    Nothing really jumps out there as far as service...

    Nothing really jumps out there as far as service bulletins on oil loss that I've seen. Seems like there was something about charge though.
    Look at oil temps. while running and off, a lot of...
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    Yeah I didn't realize they were tied up so much...

    Yeah I didn't realize they were tied up so much with China. Another foreign investor/American company story.
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    Whats this DB coming back

    Looks like D/B may be giving it another go.


    http://www.dunham-bush.com/company/anthem.aspx
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    Found this, doesn't look to bad, but probably...

    Found this, doesn't look to bad, but probably scared the poor fella

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1phs-ISDaX8&feature=related
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    Did all 3 resistors burn? Have you examined the...

    Did all 3 resistors burn? Have you examined the contactors to see what damage they may have incurred? Looks like maybe the contactor to drop out the resistors hung in and left them in the circuit too...
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