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    Direct liquid injection system:whistle:

    Direct liquid injection system:whistle:
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    I've seen plenty of neg superheat on low temp...

    I've seen plenty of neg superheat on low temp racks during flood back situations!
  3. I would check LLSV. Start compressor (only the...

    I would check LLSV. Start compressor (only the troubled one) let it run for awhile. Then raise set point and watch it. See if it pumps down correctly.
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    Where are you located? Looks like maybe jersey?...

    Where are you located? Looks like maybe jersey? Too little unless it's managing a few techs then you could moonlight to make up the difference:grin2:
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    Where are you located? Looks like maybe jersey?...

    Where are you located? Looks like maybe jersey? Too little unless it's managing a few techs then you could moonlight to make up the difference
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    sporland rcw-42....look it up

    sporland rcw-42....look it up
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    Ok....If I have a contaminated system IE(.Burn...

    Ok....If I have a contaminated system IE(.Burn out), I use the appropriate suction line filter drier and replace in a few days. They make them specifically for high moisture and acid exposed systems....
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    Still a bit low on charge I would say. Subcooling?

    Still a bit low on charge I would say. Subcooling?
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    I hate to answer a question with a question but...

    I hate to answer a question with a question but why do they make both suction AND liquid line filter driers?
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    NO!!!

    NO!!!
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    All the ones Ive worked on have been ccw to lower...

    All the ones Ive worked on have been ccw to lower psi. That said, it's not a set in stone rule just my experience.
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    3/8" makes a difference for larger systems. A 2...

    3/8" makes a difference for larger systems. A 2 or 3lb system 1/4" is fine. I work mostly on 50-1000lb systems so 3/8" is in my hands often. Core removal is also a must on recovery of large...
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    Ok I give up. Just do it anyway you would like....

    Ok I give up. Just do it anyway you would like. Not mad but don't know how else to explain pumping down a system into the RECEIVER not CONDENSER.
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    If you close the outlet of the receiver it all...

    If you close the outlet of the receiver it all has to at some point go through the condenser.

    Think about the cycle it'll work perfectly. I can pump a 400# rack down 99% in just a few min then...
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    As I said, I meant no offense. Just don't wanna...

    As I said, I meant no offense. Just don't wanna step by step a consumer.

    I still stand by my method of pumping it down to the receiver. Simply close the outlet to the receiver and let it pump...
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    I see no reason why the refrigerant can't be...

    I see no reason why the refrigerant can't be condensed. The OP simply asked the quickest way to pump out a condenser.

    Now if he asked the quickest way to pump out a condenser without fans.....
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    ^^^^ No offense but you don't have pro status...

    ^^^^ No offense but you don't have pro status thus I'm not walking you through step by step.

    I can assure you though that IF you get pro status come back and your questions can be answered.
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    use compressor to pump into receiver. No faster...

    use compressor to pump into receiver. No faster way imho.
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    Most likely infiltration

    Most likely infiltration
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    Totally normal..... on a -20 rack:whistle: ...

    Totally normal..... on a -20 rack:whistle:

    http://i1094.photobucket.com/albums/i453/2002vinny/frostly.jpg
  21. ^^^^ agree^^^^^ I replace mine with o rings from...

    ^^^^ agree^^^^^ I replace mine with o rings from lowes or HD and works fine.

    On another note, I think using analog is good to start off. New techs need to think about whats going on with the...
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    Installed a few and no complaints so far.

    Installed a few and no complaints so far.
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    paragon has a new digital timer that replaces all...

    paragon has a new digital timer that replaces all the 8000 series so no need to carry multiple timers for paragon replacement. Also had a memory program that has 10 hrs of life after power outages....
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    80k????? Thats a bad bad year:pileon:

    80k????? Thats a bad bad year:pileon:
  25. Just a guess.... 17-20/hr

    Just a guess.... 17-20/hr
  26. Agree, as in California you may be at $30.00/hr...

    Agree, as in California you may be at $30.00/hr and in Iowa 13-15/hr
  27. I'm not a residential guy but what would you do...

    I'm not a residential guy but what would you do if your doing a new install and its 60* outside and you have to adjust the charge?

    I think the above is what the OP is getting at. Blocking the...
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    Some scary answers here on this one.:eek2: Any...

    Some scary answers here on this one.:eek2:

    Any readings now that it's running?

    SC,SH,Delta T?? These will tell you what's going on.

    "shorting" the safeties is NOT going to help you.
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    Is this like beer can cold only...

    Is this like beer can cold only different??:grin2::grin2:
  30. think it is because (1) water is a better heat...

    think it is because (1) water is a better heat tranfer component and (2) entire coil can be used ie no need for superheat to ensure dry gas back to a motor compressor

    imho

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    Ok...
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    Well then turn it around and if they had half a...

    Well then turn it around and if they had half a brain they would keep GOOD mechanics with 20+ yrs in the business and keep them on.
  32. [QUOTE I have noticed that chill water systems...

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    I have noticed that chill water systems control humidity much better than dx. DX is like the system that you ma have on your house. If the indoor coil has refrigerant in it it's DX.
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  33. [QUOTE In high rise buildings why do you use...

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    In high rise buildings why do you use chillers & cooling towers to provide the cooling for the air handler machine instead of just use electricity to cool the coils in the air handler...
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    Working union is ok..... if you don't do your...

    Working union is ok..... if you don't do your job. Now that's a general opinion from someone who DOES work union and rarely needs them. If you are a good worker and know your business, union will be...
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    Not good in Rochester NY. Many I know left when...

    Not good in Rochester NY. Many I know left when they took over York and slashed their pay and benefits. They let A LOT of great mechanics leave because of this.
  36. I may be missing the question but it sounds like...

    I may be missing the question but it sounds like you want to "change" CWT fed to the chiller.

    If this is correct, it's a mistake. Manufactures spend millions designing these chillers and set the...
  37. Thread: comp-u-air

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    Just curious, how do you know that? Some...

    Just curious, how do you know that? Some thermometers have long probes, so that may very well be in the flow.

    Just a question
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    Both nice units. If they are equal in every way...

    Both nice units. If they are equal in every way except name, then I would choose the best contractor. Get references, ask questions and use your instinct to see who you feel comfortable with.
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    Where did you hear that rewing is going chinese?...

    Where did you hear that rewing is going chinese? I was in the store 2 days ago and specifically asked about that. The guy said "no way".

    Made in usa and they give me a union discount of 15%.
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    Is it possible that it was disconnected and a new...

    Is it possible that it was disconnected and a new one put in up/down stream? Just thinking they got lazy and never removed the old one completly.
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    Carrhart jacket and bibs and hat Redwing boots...

    Carrhart jacket and bibs and hat

    Redwing boots ONLY for me. NO SUBS ALLOWED

    Just leather goat skin gloved for me.
  42. Thread: please help

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    Ummmm, no offense but I don't agree with this...

    Ummmm, no offense but I don't agree with this statement AT ALL. I use tech support when I have exhausted all my options. Be it co worker or my own experience.

    Tech support is suppose to be the...
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    Poll: Maybe you said what application this was going to...

    Maybe you said what application this was going to be used for but I missed it. Just make sure NOT to over size the pump for your application.

    Don't buy a 7cfm for resi use. Or a 4 cfm for...
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    Poll: I have a 7cfm JB for bigger commercial jobs and...

    I have a 7cfm JB for bigger commercial jobs and it works wonderful. Have a 4 cfm for small units also JB and am very pleased.

    Also use there scale and micron gauge. I'm not a JB rep, just like...
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    What's wrong with his gauges?

    What's wrong with his gauges?
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    But do you get any Ot for a 2 am call?

    But do you get any Ot for a 2 am call?
  47. Thread: Digi-cools

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    Do you guys buy your own batteries or does your...

    Do you guys buy your own batteries or does your company reimburse you?
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    Most of the people who 'PUT DOWN EDUCATION" are...

    Most of the people who 'PUT DOWN EDUCATION" are the people who have little to none!!

    Those people see you as a threat to their job and reputation. Most have been fooling people for years with...
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    That seems high but I don't know the cost of...

    That seems high but I don't know the cost of living in Co. 20 yrs means little these days. 20 yrs in what? In the business working, managing,parts counter???

    Not slamming you or anything but...
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    Always 40hrs. OT is little to none. Down 20k

    Always 40hrs. OT is little to none. Down 20k
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