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  1. Thread: 404 in a car

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    404 operates at higher pressures than 134 but oil...

    404 operates at higher pressures than 134 but oil may not be a huge issue as 404 uses poe. Compressor is designed for 134 type pressures but if your looking good for an experiment and not worried...
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    Dirty Condenser?

    Dirty Condenser?
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    For the what it's worth it agree. System sounds...

    For the what it's worth it agree. System sounds ok if it pulled to 38. Possibility of a leak if it was running at 16 and then 24 after the factor charge was weighed in?
  4. Often the watts will be stamped on an element...

    Often the watts will be stamped on an element using the voltage you could figure out the amps that way to.
  5. Thread: Trade school

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    Where I went there was about 70% book work and...

    Where I went there was about 70% book work and 30% hands on. That seems right to me cause alot of the time school is the only place where you can learn the theory of refrigeration. The rest is up to...
  6. Thread: vacuum oil

    by matty204
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    Probably change the oil every 5 or 6 uses and...

    Probably change the oil every 5 or 6 uses and I've never had a problem pulling under 400. Except for The time that the water cooled condenser leaked into the system on an ice machine. That took a few...
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    What type of refrigerant and what is the high...

    What type of refrigerant and what is the high side reading? When you shut the system does it equalize? Maybe cap tube, txv or piston is plugged up.
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    I find my 18v makita drill, impact satisfy all my...

    I find my 18v makita drill, impact satisfy all my work needs, are light and have a great battery life aswell as charge very quickly which is nice on a job. I also carry around a corded Dewalt...
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    I would start by finding where you have voltage...

    I would start by finding where you have voltage and tracing what is keeping it from the compressor. IE, make sure there is voltage entering the Unit then check the first control or switch it goes...
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