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  1. Thread: liebert rep

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    Let me get this straight. You're married. To a...

    Let me get this straight. You're married. To a woman I'm guessing. And you're having 'fun' trolling forums? You sure know how to show your lady a good time.
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    Also, I don't bench the thing onto the roof...

    Also, I don't bench the thing onto the roof :grin2:
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    Just did a compressor a week and a half ago that...

    Just did a compressor a week and a half ago that was 89 lb.s (Trane hermetic for a 5 ton condenser to be exact), and I got it up without a hitch. There was a second guy there, but he hooked it up on...
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    I read through all of this, and all I saw was 50...

    I read through all of this, and all I saw was 50 and 75 lbs, and mention of a crane, or two men. I agree, completely, that safety is of utmost importance, but come on. That's NOT heavy weight. Two...
  5. Liquid soap and Loctite on pump seal assembly

    I watched a video about pump seal replacement and saw some things in the video that I have never done (and I've replaced a lot of pump seals).
    1. Adding liquid soap to the motor shaft to slip on the...
  6. Please don't take my response the wrong way, but...

    Please don't take my response the wrong way, but I have some questions.



    How does power "seem" to be going to the compressor?



    Could be open? You're posting this question on a public...
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    Always go by your subcooling to check charge...

    Always go by your subcooling to check charge (superheat will vary based on current load). A sight glass will flash sometimes at half capacity, it will also flash at first when a system has been off...
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    lol

    lol
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    Concrete Cooling Tower o.O

    So. I've never seen this before, and hopefully never will again.
    I began a maintenance on a 1 year old BAC closed loop cooling tower, upon opening it up I was taken back by what I thought was a...
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    Thank you for the info...

    Thank you for the info...
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    Any help is appreciated

    Master License Exam Prep?
    I have a question for those that have taken the exam (with or without taking a prep course). I'm at a point where I'm able to take my Masters exam, and looking into prep...
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    Masters License Prep Course?

    I have a question for those that have taken the exam (with or without taking a prep course). I'm at a point where I'm able to take my Masters exam, and looking into prep courses around here...
  13. Thread: CARRIER RTU's

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    Thats how every burnout should be handled....good...

    Thats how every burnout should be handled....good practices. I also flush with Rx11 flush.
  14. Thread: CARRIER RTU's

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    whats a "good" vacuum? and do you know this...

    whats a "good" vacuum? and do you know this because he told you or you witnessed it? thats a blocked drier not a carrier issue. A good vacuum, if any at all was pulled. Either that or it was an...
  15. Thread: Carrier RTU

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    Ok, I see now, I haven't seen those Eaton style...

    Ok, I see now, I haven't seen those Eaton style high flow valves before, interesting.....appreciate the information....I am amazed though that the tool for that is $500. thanks
  16. Thread: Carrier 50TJ

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    No, its ok, you didnt read the post right....

    No, its ok, you didnt read the post right. Someone had come out saying the coil needed replaced because there was a restriction "in" the system, condensor side. But what I found was there was only a...
  17. Thread: Carrier RTU

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    Whoever told you this doesnt know what they're...

    Whoever told you this doesnt know what they're talking about, try $35 made by JB, I got some .com stock I wanna sell ya
  18. Thread: Carrier RTU

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    Ok, I'm confused, just to see if were on the same...

    Ok, I'm confused, just to see if were on the same page.....all the refrigerant leaked out of this "schraeder port" well if this was a typical schraeder port then you could get this at any supply...
  19. Thread: Carrier 50TJ

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    Funny story about that, had a customer came to me...

    Funny story about that, had a customer came to me wanting a second opinion/quote on replacing her 10 ton rtpu. Said she had a company come out and told her the condenser coil was "restricted", and...
  20. Thread: Carrier 50TJ

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    You shouldn't need a new coil, just the headers...

    You shouldn't need a new coil, just the headers with the orifices that come off the header. Also, confused with the diagnosis, you say the bottom of the coil wasnt getting cold, then you said you...
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    This may not be conventional, but we had a system...

    This may not be conventional, but we had a system with a couple of chilled water coils had burst due to the unit being turned off and OA still coming in, one of the suggestions was to fill it with...
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    The dust in a room collects on the registers due...

    The dust in a room collects on the registers due to the air moving across the registers creates static energy which draws the dust particulates to it, I originally had thought that the dust was from...
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    This is what I've always been told

    This is what I've always been told
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    McQuay Centrifugal

    I'm heading to a centrifugal class in a couple of weeks to the McQuay plant, anyone have any suggestions on things I could ask, or issues with any particular equipment your having that I can ask for...
  25. Thread: 22 phase out

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    Oh thats my bad then, I've been told it's a phase...

    Oh thats my bad then, I've been told it's a phase out of the manufacturing of r-22 all together by 2010. My apologies.......bad information
  26. Thread: 22 phase out

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    22 phase out

    I've never heard it talked about much on here, but I think its a good conversation piece.

    How heavily do you think the complete phase out of r-22 in 3 years is going to affect our industry. I mean...
  27. Thread: Yaskawa

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    Just put one in the other day, the capacitors...

    Just put one in the other day, the capacitors blew in them, found out from the office that this is the third one put in in 4 years. The motor took this one out, a 20hp internally shorted, it must...
  28. Thread: Yaskawa

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    Yaskawa

    Anyone here have problems with Yaskawa VFD's, specifically the P7??
  29. He's asking how to use his meter and your going...

    He's asking how to use his meter and your going to tell him to Meg out a motor??

    Anyways,
    If your testing a compressor for example and your going between r s and c, if your meter reads 'OL' or...
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    Thanks Busta thats a good site.....another...

    Thanks Busta thats a good site.....another question, the VFD that blew today is a Yaskawa P7, it's was only a year old.....would these capacitors have contained PCB's in them? Not sure on the EPA's...
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    PCB's How Dangerous is it

    Had a VFD Blow today, and the capacitors leaked everywhere, does anyone have any recommendation on disposal of this leakage (cleanup), and exactly how harmful are the contents of these capacitors?
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    Jason's Sheet Metal??

    Ok I need help locating a vendor. I've done some refrigeration in some kitchens that have these manufactured kitchen units (example: chefs table, bar, prep station.) all of which are stainless steel....
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    http://www.astra.dp.ua/upload/do/alco-controls/C00...

    http://www.astra.dp.ua/upload/do/alco-controls/C00E08_POS.pdf
  34. Thread: trane voyager

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    If your thinking a possible short, that your...

    If your thinking a possible short, that your Ohmeter may not pick up than try this method....others WILL disagree. take a megohmeter and opposed to taking the leads off of the motors and checking the...
  35. Thread: Fluke PV350

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    Now I could be wrong, but I think this would be a...

    Now I could be wrong, but I think this would be a more than adequate replacement for manifold gauges, ****follow me here, in the sense of doing maintenances, no refrigerant loss from checking...
  36. Thread: Fluke PV350

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    Fluke PV350

    :) Fluke PV350 : Does anyone have this Pressure/Vacuum Transducer Module for their meter????? If so, give me your feedback on it, I saw it today and want to get my hands on it. Thanks
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    Chiller Mek, Can you explain that process to me,...

    Chiller Mek, Can you explain that process to me, and what your achieving, I'm extremely interested but lost on the concept.
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    No, what happened is the motor was running during...

    No, what happened is the motor was running during original diagnostics, little did I know was at the time it was going bad (overheating.) Came back out to do a couple of things to finish diagnosis...
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    **** UPDATE**** Sorry I forgot to reply, I found...

    **** UPDATE****
    Sorry I forgot to reply, I found a evap motor going bad, turning fine, just happened to touch the motor, hot as hell, replaced, running good now....i think someone did previously...
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    ok last post on this i promise, but $22 per pound...

    ok last post on this i promise, but $22 per pound is not steep, considering I've talked to other companies that charge as much as $35. It's nothing against you Fitter, you posted your replies, and I...
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    Well I'd like to close this post off by...

    Well I'd like to close this post off by saying.....rotflmao
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    well th 7/8" line wasn't my liquid line, but...

    well th 7/8" line wasn't my liquid line, but Thanks for the post. I'm up and running fine.
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    Whats $2500 divided by 110 Lb.s, I'll be damned,...

    Whats $2500 divided by 110 Lb.s, I'll be damned, thats what we charge per pound heryuck.
    Oh and I wrote your autograph on the back of your apprentice license
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    OMG

    OMG
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    If this were strictly T&M I wouldn't give a ****...

    If this were strictly T&M I wouldn't give a **** about knowing the charge,read the GD post, I was quoting a customer, you can't hold up a set of gages and say its gonna take about this much --> <--.
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    invalid http: thanks anyway

    invalid http: thanks anyway
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    How can you say that when you dont even know what...

    How can you say that when you dont even know what my company charges for refrigerant (per pound). I did the call today, the lineset sucked up 110 lb.s running good. And it doesn't wrap the building...
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    Ok well that would work, if the customer was ok...

    Ok well that would work, if the customer was ok with me telling them after I was done that they owed me an extra $2500 for refrigerant.
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    Thanks for the bluff, but your right I said...

    Thanks for the bluff, but your right I said nevermind, obviously no one knows the answer..lmao, because if you look at all the posts, everyone runs around the subject and cant give me an answer, "Um,...
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    Well theres 13 of these Lieberts here with the...

    Well theres 13 of these Lieberts here with the same setup, and all original compressors since '86. The High pressure cutout switch cap tube broke off from vibration, and Im assuming leaked the entire...
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