Search:

Type: Posts; User: ECtofix

Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4

Search: Search took 0.02 seconds.

  1. Thread: Frost 22a

    by ECtofix
    Replies
    26
    Views
    6,950

    The only units legally using flammable...

    The only units legally using flammable refrigerants are certain SMALL domestic and commercial refrigeration units that came from the factory as such. Otherwise, if you happen to discover any...
  2. Getting moisture from UNDER the carpeting that...

    Getting moisture from UNDER the carpeting that has soaked into the mat is the hardest part.

    Have you tried renting carpet extractors and blowers? Use them in that order.
  3. This is a very informative thread here. For...

    This is a very informative thread here.

    For one thing – just to hear the experiences and results of others using a micron gauge is comforting to know. At one time a long, long time ago, I only...
  4. Replies
    11
    Views
    1,250

    I think he was highlighting the LACK of access to...

    I think he was highlighting the LACK of access to the electrical control box on the the condenser.

    Anyway...

    I think I'm fixin' to get schooled on the ways that other municipalities' CODE the...
  5. Replies
    45
    Views
    1,630

    I take it she surpassed her allotted times that...

    I take it she surpassed her allotted times that she could complain.

    I understand that.:yes:





    If you AREN'T a EPA card-bearing technician, then what are you wanting to charge your R-22...
  6. Replies
    12
    Views
    350

    Thanks for that. I'll share that fun-ness with...

    Thanks for that. I'll share that fun-ness with the guys at work tomorrow. :whistle:
  7. Replies
    12
    Views
    350

    Never heard of it put that way...and I disagree...

    Never heard of it put that way...and I disagree with that.

    A "spark" is the transfer of electrons from two points bearing opposite electrical charges - just like a basic circuit. An ignition...
  8. Replies
    4
    Views
    328

    Not just a drop-in. Many 2014 Chrysler vehicles...

    Not just a drop-in. Many 2014 Chrysler vehicles have it in there from the assembly line, including the Jeep:

    http://www.allpar.com/news/index.php/2013/12/chrysler-and-r1234yf

    To quote from...
  9. Thread: Pot o' Beans

    by ECtofix
    Replies
    6
    Views
    403

    Thanks for sharing that. Looks & sounds...

    Thanks for sharing that. Looks & sounds delicious. I just did some great baked beans for a larger group a few weeks ago. They all disappeared. I'll do up this POT OF BEANS next time.
  10. Replies
    21
    Views
    566

    I also had a customer who's go-to "fix-it-all"...

    I also had a customer who's go-to "fix-it-all" guy replaced the compressor and, in doing so, converted their R-22 Hoshi. POE compressor oil with 404A. Wouldn't make ANY ice afterwards.

    I had to...
  11. No, R-438A is ASHRAE Safety Classification A1,...

    No, R-438A is ASHRAE Safety Classification A1, which means it's non-toxic and non-flammable.


    * * *

    Here's a rather comprehensive article worth reading. This should be read by any...
  12. Thread: VRF

    by ECtofix
    Replies
    86
    Views
    5,296

    LOL! I only put my "I'm-another-DIYer" post in...

    LOL! I only put my "I'm-another-DIYer" post in here (#68) so I could receive notifications on this continuing saga on new people walking in and interrupting the conversation at hand.

    If any of...
  13. Thread: VRF

    by ECtofix
    Replies
    86
    Views
    5,296

    :gah: What IS it about this thread that attracts...

    :gah: What IS it about this thread that attracts questions on OTHER topics. It's been quite comical, but once AGAIN...




    rjhimel, WELCOME TO THE FORUM!

    However, your question will gain...
  14. Thread: VRF

    by ECtofix
    Replies
    86
    Views
    5,296

    hey guys great advice here im learning a whole...

    hey guys great advice here im learning a whole lot my ac outside quit my neighbor said its probable low on Freon I thought id research that and found this site does the Freon at the car parts store...
  15. Thread: Door Gaskets

    by ECtofix
    Replies
    19
    Views
    1,029

    I used to do monthly PMs for a chain of fast food...

    I used to do monthly PMs for a chain of fast food restaurants here. Some years ago they put fresh-brewed SWEET tea on their menu. It became very popular.

    A set of their tea urns are located...
  16. Replies
    10
    Views
    336

    Assuming that you're a HVAC/R technician, your...

    Assuming that you're a HVAC/R technician, your question would gain better results if it were posted in the proper forum. That would be in the "Tech to Tech Chat - Residential" forum:
    ...
  17. Now...are you not being P.C? Shame,...

    Now...are you not being P.C?

    Shame, shame...shame....:grin2:
  18. For What It's Worth...

    I posted this as a comment to someone's argument FOR R-22a on Amazon. Nobody ever accused me at being at a loss for words, so it's long. I have a point to make and if I save ONE life by being so...
  19. Thread: Steam Can

    by ECtofix
    Replies
    2
    Views
    185

    FWIW from my limited experience with them... ...

    FWIW from my limited experience with them...

    Five or six years ago, I encountered two Market Forge table-top steamers that had major design problems. Around the same time frame I also looked a...
  20. Replies
    29
    Views
    1,054

    AH! Can't quote my prior post on the phone. I...

    AH! Can't quote my prior post on the phone.

    I see that I said EUROFIT, but I meant EUROSIT valves. However, they're referred to as SIT valves. Look up any tech literature on Garland's "G...
  21. Replies
    29
    Views
    1,054

    The industry is slowly working in that direction....

    The industry is slowly working in that direction. The safety lockout feature optional currently.

    I did a warranty call some years ago at a summer camp for kids. Beautiful place. Their little...
  22. I ALWAYS check for and correct the gas pressure...

    I ALWAYS check for and correct the gas pressure issues first in my line of work (greasy, nasty commercial kitchens). It's the problem MOST of the time.

    Besides, it's fundamental in the...
  23. Yes they should. Had a service call microwave...

    Yes they should.

    Had a service call microwave once at a restaurant. I read almost 150 volts from the outlet. The electric company paid for the repairs on that microwave.

    Sent from my HTC One...
  24. Replies
    29
    Views
    1,054

    A question regarding this. Most of us have all...

    A question regarding this.

    Most of us have all heard somewhere that "ignorance of the law is no excuse."

    You're saying this applies in any situation where a tech has been trained "to the...
  25. Is there a line regulator upstream from the WH? ...

    Is there a line regulator upstream from the WH? They're usually rated at 1/2 psi (a smidgen above 14"WC) maximum input, but the regulator will say what it's rated for on its label. The WH's...
Results 1 to 25 of 500
Page 1 of 20 1 2 3 4
Comfortech Show Promo Image

Related Forums

Plumbing Talks | Contractor Magazine
Forums | Electrical Construction & Maintenance (EC&M) Magazine
Comfortech365 Virtual Event