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    I understood correctly your question and my...

    I understood correctly your question and my answer is the same, those are diagnostics that affect that specific circuit, look on the historical diagnostics to confirm, and no there is no...
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    You are missing some information here, both...

    You are missing some information here, both diagnostics "low ref temp" and "HP trip are latching diagnostics but only affects that specific circuit unless you have the same diagnostic on both...
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    What is the diagnostics you get? when you said...

    What is the diagnostics you get? when you said the "loop" do you mean refrigeration circuit?
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    What a bunch of crap, not having the proper...

    What a bunch of crap, not having the proper clearance could cause a premature failure or shorten the life expectancy of these units and yes I have seen many units nor performing well due to people...
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    I wish all contactors had the mentality of...

    I wish all contactors had the mentality of bwalley, I respect and applaud your way of thinking!! keep it that way.
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    Check for non-condensables and make sure the...

    Check for non-condensables and make sure the condenser coils are clean, what is the subcooling do you have the model or serial? subcoolong on these units goes based on the tonnage and efficiency no...
  7. Thread: RTAC

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    We have seen some issues with those valves, the...

    We have seen some issues with those valves, the important part is that if you need to replace it make sure to torque it in star pattern @ 60ft/lb. I would recommend to start @ 30 then increase to 45...
  8. Thread: Trane Techview

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    Also confirmed to work is this:...

    Also confirmed to work is this: http://www.byterunner.com/byterunner/product_name=Y-105/user-id=/password=/exchange=/exact_match=exact the price is nice too.
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    If you do a notfication or recall you will have...

    If you do a notfication or recall you will have every single office and customers calling to do a "pro-active" change out and wanting the factory to pay for everything, some times is better to do a...
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    Apply discharge pressure directly to the piston...

    Apply discharge pressure directly to the piston chamber (Schrader on the front) , and monitor RLA, if the RLA increases you have a problem with the load solenoid if the RLA never increases more...
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    This was a compressor burnout replacement and we...

    This was a compressor burnout replacement and we use the oil cleaning kit, which is a rack of filters to celan the system. :cool:
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    Measuring oil on a RTHB unit is almost impossible...

    Measuring oil on a RTHB unit is almost impossible as the charging port is elevated 3" which is what the IOM manual calls to be the level, oil on these chillers moves all over the system and that is...
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    Check the discharge temp sensor as well as the...

    Check the discharge temp sensor as well as the condenser pressure transducer, make sure they are reading correct, you will need to strap s thermometer next to the discharge sensor and compare the...
  14. Thread: RTAA080

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    I believe you have a problem with the female...

    I believe you have a problem with the female unloader, that is the solenoid on the left hand side looking the compressor from the discharge end, when the chiller runs with low load the compressor...
  15. Thread: trane ch 530

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    OK, back to the original question, if your...

    OK, back to the original question, if your computer doesn't have serial port you will need to buy a USB to serial adapter but just any adapter Trane Pueblo is recommending the following, go to the...
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    where I live there is a company that represents 4...

    where I live there is a company that represents 4 mayor brands, at least on paper because when you call them they support pretty much just the brand that gives them the most incentives not the best...
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    a good recognized brand is important but the...

    a good recognized brand is important but the installer is even more important, a good brand unit installed by a guy who doesn't have a clue of what he's doing will trash the equipment and you will...
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    What is the circuit tonnage? and the chiller...

    What is the circuit tonnage? and the chiller serial number? There was a problem with the EXV motor torque on circuits with 2 compressors where if the chiller stays on line for long periods of time...
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    If the chiller is A77 means is limited by low ref...

    If the chiller is A77 means is limited by low ref temp on the evap, and that could be caused by several things: what is the chilled water SP? what is the low ref temp cutout SP? what is the...
  20. Thread: Password

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    Try 1111 (supervisor) and 2222 (operator), if...

    Try 1111 (supervisor) and 2222 (operator), if these doesn't work call Trane for help.
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    Pueblo produces lot more products than La Crosse,...

    Pueblo produces lot more products than La Crosse, produces more money and the cost of warranty expense is also lower than LaCrosse built units the truth is Pueblo has been looked as the young brother...
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    You are going to spend a bunch of money, and it...

    You are going to spend a bunch of money, and it looks like you are doing your homework finding out the pro's and con's of each brand, if you talk with every manufacturer they will tell you why this...
  23. Thread: Trane RTHD

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    Technically speaking the check valve(s) should...

    Technically speaking the check valve(s) should avoid the compressor from spinning backwards, as mention before if the compressor there is not enough force to pin the compressor backwards enough to...
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    If both chillers are tripping on phase unbalance...

    If both chillers are tripping on phase unbalance have you checked what is the real unbalance? This controller is design to trip when the curretn unbalance is above 25% are you sure they are not doing...
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    The chances of being successful replacing...

    The chances of being successful replacing bearings and seals and leave the compressor at factory specs are slim, the clearance between the rotors and discharge face is 0.0024" and something similar...
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    No and no instead of hot water I would recommend...

    No and no instead of hot water I would recommend to install a water filter before feeding the humidifier to remove hardness.
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    Same here.

    Same here.
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    Opinions on Generalaire humidifiers

    I'm about to install a humidifier at my house and I was looking at 1000 model as they have a 10 year warranty, any thoughts? Thanks :cool:
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    Great explanation!! I was about to buy a manual...

    Great explanation!! I was about to buy a manual control humidustat as I couldn't see much the point of using an automatic but where I live outside temp. changes drastically from day to night (20 to...
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    There are two basic humidifier types: bypass and...

    There are two basic humidifier types: bypass and power fan. Each simply uses a different method to move air through them. Power fan humidifiers use a 110 volt fan to move air through them. Bypass...
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    Using SB-4 would’ve prevented that from happening...

    Using SB-4 would’ve prevented that from happening my friend!! :cool:
  32. Thread: RTAA oil filter

    by Manu1
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    This will take the chiller into condenser limit...

    This will take the chiller into condenser limit sooner than normal at 82% of the HPCO (82% of 405) meaning that will reduce your system DP, but that is just a band-aid not a cure!! I don't like this...
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    Yes, the Lip seal doesn't fail on the field it...

    Yes, the Lip seal doesn't fail on the field it can only fail if it was installed incorrectly at the factory, and it happen only on certain vintage compressors and 100ton compressors, that's why I...
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    Ok, for that I can't help but if you have...

    Ok, for that I can't help but if you have problems with the RTWA I maybe able to.
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    I don't work for Williams Trane but what seams to...

    I don't work for Williams Trane but what seams to be the problem, maybe we can help.
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    He also neds RTAA-SB-4 to find out what the...

    He also neds RTAA-SB-4 to find out what the problem is, he needs to troubleshoot the probelm before replaceing parts. :cool:
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    You need a trap on your evaporator coil drian for...

    You need a trap on your evaporator coil drian for proper operation... just FYI! :cool:
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    Ditto!!

    Ditto!!
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    Most guys here will tell you the installation is...

    Most guys here will tell you the installation is more important than the brand. Goodmand desn;t have as much "name" as Trane and there is the price difference but I have Goodman at home and I can't...
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    The lip seal is not serviceble, what is going on...

    The lip seal is not serviceble, what is going on with your compressor, what mek you think the lip seal has to be replaced?
  41. Thread: RTAA oil filter

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    Check if the compressor starts loaded, measure...

    Check if the compressor starts loaded, measure the current and compare witht the compressor nameplate RLA, if the compressor is not unloading all the way it will show this condition moslty at...
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    WTF??? :eek: I'm talking NEW INSTALLATIONS! if...

    WTF??? :eek: I'm talking NEW INSTALLATIONS! if you replace a compressor or do any kind of system repair then use a dryer.
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    Let me ask you a question, what is the allowable...

    Let me ask you a question, what is the allowable moisture and acid levels on systems with on POE and 410a? the only reason for filter dryer on systems was originally to avoid the acids created by...
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    You don't have to speculate no more it is...

    You don't have to speculate no more it is official on November 28 American Standard Companies (ASD) will disappear and Trane (TT) as a public company will emerge, if you see CNBC that day you will...
  45. Thread: RTAA oil filter

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    What is the chiller serial number? I can tell you...

    What is the chiller serial number? I can tell you by the serial number if your chiller has or not the latest software for fan staging, the old RTAA 140-400 use only saturated condenser temp for fan...
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    Nitrogen is required on any brazing... Period! is...

    Nitrogen is required on any brazing... Period! is not overrated!! a dryer on a new system should never be used, good refrigeration practices do not require them that is a fact dryers are used mostly...
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    What brand is your furnace? what kind of...

    What brand is your furnace? what kind of thermostat? how old is the system? we need details!! :cool:
  48. Thread: RTAA oil filter

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    Maybe I'm a little late on this one as you...

    Maybe I'm a little late on this one as you replace the filter all ready but I'm confused :confused:, first of all RTAA's dont; have pressure transducers and second if this is and RTAA what size is...
  49. On your computer you should have a key named...

    On your computer you should have a key named "Print screen" or "Prnt Scrn" (normally is on the top right corner near Scroll lock)press it and then open a Powerpoint preso or a word documment and...
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    Every single time you braze copper you need to...

    Every single time you braze copper you need to purge with nitrogen, the carbon flakes don't come from oil residue it come from the oxidation cased by the heat and the copper been exposed to oxigen,...
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