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    Ball Park Figure

    What would the estimated cost factor be to recover 200Ibs of R22 freon, break down and remove this old Carrier unit. I've recovered freon from smaller units but have never tackled something like...
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    I installed a 10 SEER unit for a guy that had...

    I installed a 10 SEER unit for a guy that had every peice of copper stolen out of a rental property. About a month later he told me that the new unit had been stolen too and to wait for him to build...
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    LMAO!!!! I can't stop laughing. Reminds me of a...

    LMAO!!!! I can't stop laughing. Reminds me of a pair of mating lovebugs.
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    Those units in the pictures were never turned on....

    Those units in the pictures were never turned on. I came back to vacuum and charge them and thats what I found. We do keep the fan motors, relays, caps, and sometimes compressors. When they're...
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    Crack attack!!!!

    We were having a real bad problem with condensors being stolen in Atlanta. I installed 4 Goodmans, 2 days later 3 were gone. Crack heads would bring the coil on MARTA (Metro Atlanta Rapid Transit...
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    Call Valor with the model # and get the right...

    Call Valor with the model # and get the right parts.
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    Yea...That link probably didn't help much. LMAO

    Yea...That link probably didn't help much. LMAO
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    This may help. ...

    This may help.

    http://www.udarrell.com/airconditioning_eer_ratings_over_seer_ratings_central_systems.html
  9. To be sure the strips are coming on I always use...

    To be sure the strips are coming on I always use an amp clamp, its quick and easy.
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    Sounds like you should get the right parts and go...

    Sounds like you should get the right parts and go back. I've seen a TXV and piston on a heat pump, but there'e alot I haven't seen too.
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    I'm surprised to see how many people are not...

    I'm surprised to see how many people are not scared of "tinkering" with gas appliances. HVACR Technicians are trained, experienced, and have the proper tools and equipment for the job. You DIY'ers...
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    If your refig has an Adaptive Defrost Board, then...

    If your refig has an Adaptive Defrost Board, then many factors are involved. The ambient, how long the doors are open, temp set point, when and the amount of time of the last defost.
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    Maybe your marketing team needs to step it up. ...

    Maybe your marketing team needs to step it up. If our techs want to work on something, we make contacts and make it happen.
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    Depends on the cycling t-stat and what brand of...

    Depends on the cycling t-stat and what brand of dryer. I would say around 140. Maybe a little higher with gas.
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    Hmmmm..

    This is a shot in the dark, but is there insulation behind the metal where the condensation is forming? Maybe the metal has pulled away from the insulation and is allowing colder air to seep...
  16. Poor installation of any equipment can cause...

    Poor installation of any equipment can cause problems. I would not let any person representing Baltimore G&E come back. I would call a reputable HVAC company and let them tell you first what they...
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    At least this filter changer knew enough to open...

    At least this filter changer knew enough to open my Refrigeration & Air Condition Technology Book and look it up for himself. Thanks to you I'll remember that formula through out all my filter...
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    I would think its to prevent condensation...

    I would think its to prevent condensation build-up. Can you slide a piece of new insulation under the pan. Is water dripping and hitting the fan blade and being slung under the pan? If the charge...
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    Call a pro!!!

    Call a pro!!!
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    I'm green as hell and I can tell you that one. ...

    I'm green as hell and I can tell you that one. I'll give you a hint: A watt is the power used when 1 ampere flows with a potential difference of 1 volt.
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    I would tell the customer there'e nothing you can...

    I would tell the customer there'e nothing you can do about that except to charge it properly unless it has nothing to do with the charge. Check door gaskets and insulate as much tubing as posible. ...
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    Make sure the unit is properly grounded and the...

    Make sure the unit is properly grounded and the polarity is correct. I have seen intermittent problems with electronic controls when thats not correct.
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    I had that problem with my refrigerator and it...

    I had that problem with my refrigerator and it was a whirlpool. The hot wire was corroded inside the sleeve. I ran a wire through the back wall from the ice maker wiring harness down to the valve...
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