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    At this time i'm not sure how it's wired, but I...

    At this time i'm not sure how it's wired, but I will find out.
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    [QUOTE=rider77;20350001]Bump Here is a pic of...

    [QUOTE=rider77;20350001]Bump

    Here is a pic of the only solenoid valve on the system.
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    OK JPSmith1cm Ive changed my schedule for...

    OK JPSmith1cm Ive changed my schedule for tomorrow and will recover the Freon, and will be ready to proceed.
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    Are these pictures helpful?

    Are these pictures helpful?
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    I just don't have any info. I know that the...

    I just don't have any info. I know that the charge will vary due to length of the line set, I was hoping to figurer out a starting point. Such as how much Freon does the evaps require and the...
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    That would be nice. East side of Lancaster, Ohio ...

    That would be nice. East side of Lancaster, Ohio 20 miles south of Columbus. Really if anyone came to help solve the problem I'm sure I could come up with something for you:)
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    not sure. I know when I put the Freon in it, the...

    not sure. I know when I put the Freon in it, the OD temp was 37 and the condenser fans did not come on. I will check that Monday.
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    I did use a 1/4" hose and manifold set. I did...

    I did use a 1/4" hose and manifold set. I did pressurize the system with nitrogen and soaped each fitting. pumped it down four times and broke the vacuum each time with dry nitrogen. The system is...
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    The system came as a complete working package,...

    The system came as a complete working package, "Professionally disassembled" We were assured 3 phase was available on the property. Property owner was mistaken.
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    It has its own evap Don't have model # with me....

    It has its own evap Don't have model # with me. a small two fan evap. It also has a Tecumseh Model AHA85102XFXC 3 Phase 404A SINGLE fan condensing unit. Not hooked up. no lineset or electric...
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    The walk in is setup as a cooler and freezer. It...

    The walk in is setup as a cooler and freezer. It was decided not to hook the freezer up till later. its a R404 unit. There is no door installed yet between them and the plan is to use the entire...
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    Lol and I would love to except we had to buy a...

    Lol and I would love to except we had to buy a rotary Phases Converter to get 3 phases. Got a 40 HP and to wire it in. That was $$$$$. But you are right that would be the best thing to do.
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    Thank You for your re-consideration. I am out of...

    Thank You for your re-consideration. I am out of my comfort zone on this one. I ran service on refrigeration twenty years ago. HVAC is my zone. However it's for the best of causes. We feed 150...
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    Maybe two turns. Just enough to open the port my...

    Maybe two turns. Just enough to open the port my line was connected to.
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    Installing this unit for my church/ food pantry. ...

    Installing this unit for my church/ food pantry. Bought two used units and combined them. Had another thread and lost it. Insomuch it locks my computer up when I get onto it. It had seventeen...
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    Charging a walk in cooler

    Sorry I lost everything. New attempt
    The Evaps are two Bohn Model # ADT208BAJ, Serial #D99M04474 115V Single Phase. Rating is +20/+55 45,000btu @ 25f/100amb. The Condenser is a Tecumseh...
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    Charging a walk in cooler

    My churches food pantry built a walk in cooler from several purchases. Ending up with a 24' x 10' x 8' high with two five fan evaps and a two fan Tecumseh condensing unit. It has what looks like a...
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    stainless steel fuel oil line

    Has anyone used a stainless steel fuel oil line from outside,above ground f/o tank to the f/o boiler? What's it take to work with it?
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    fin tube radiators

    Do you all know of any problems with Connecting radiators with pex tubing. Any special fittings or clamps involved?
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    Thanks for the responses, I was kind of hoping...

    Thanks for the responses, I was kind of hoping that you all was going to talk me out of it, but it is the customers money and no ones life is being threaten, what else would I have to do in those...
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    Replacing a Heat Exchanger

    Would anybody in there right mind replace a primary heat exchanger in a 1993 Goodman Model # GMPN1004 REV A 92%: Serial 98056181 7A. The Furnace is clean and well maintained and the customer is...
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    Sorry Timebuilder, I was refering to all the...

    Sorry Timebuilder, I was refering to all the crazy answers given in the post.
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    That is funny! but it wont work! Im wondering...

    That is funny! but it wont work! Im wondering what will prevent the furnace drains from freezing in the eves down to the ground, not to mention the horizontal run from the furnace to the eves!
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    Did the installer do a new load calculation? Did...

    Did the installer do a new load calculation? Did your old system have AC? How many ton AC was installed? Given a choice i would choose a furnace larger than I needed verse a furnace to small. To...
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    This forum is better because...?

    This forum is better because...?
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    Im told that i must layer sand, styrofoam and...

    Im told that i must layer sand, styrofoam and gravel under the concrete. I was hoping that someone could give me more specific instruction or direct me to a sight to get it. Maybe i am not on the...
  27. What will you be doing with the floor? is it...

    What will you be doing with the floor? is it concrete or wood?
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    Insulating Floor of a Walk in

    Does anyone have an insight to insulating the floor of a 10x20 walk in that will be partly divided between freezer and cooler?
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    Subcooling, ....I'm not totally sure what you...

    Subcooling, ....I'm not totally sure what you were saying! I'm kind've thinking it was good!
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    Yes Sir You Were Right, Compressors have always...

    Yes Sir You Were Right, Compressors have always had oil in them; even scrolls. He was so confident it made me wonder if I missed something. I would not had slept tonite without knowing for sure. So...
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    Yeah, I went on and bit the bullet...tore into...

    Yeah, I went on and bit the bullet...tore into it, got face to face with it and found this two ton copland scroll takes 25 oz poe. Another tech was telling me at the supplier that there is no oil in...
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    Oil And Scroll Compressors

    Does a scroll compressor have a spicific amount of oil in it or is the oil supplied by the R410a?
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    Superheat/Subcooling

    Where would I find Articals on this subjet?
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    I had a problem close to that a few years...

    I had a problem close to that a few years back...It was a thermostat wire that was shorting out in a staple to the bottom of a floor joice. When someone steped on it, it cause the fan to start to...
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    The noise I heard sounded like a scroll...

    The noise I heard sounded like a scroll compressor runniing backwards, or a scroll compressor pumping liquid.
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    I've been having this same problem for a year or...

    I've been having this same problem for a year or more. I use a parkers key and refrigerant wrench. Insted of using increasing force until valve opens, I use a short but stern blow with my hand and...
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    Mr Big sums it up nicely. I think you all have...

    Mr Big sums it up nicely. I think you all have forgotten Snowball, Tranes Toughest Testing Professional that Died at the age of 27. Snowball's lifetime achievement is equivalent to an automobile...
  38. A split unit is not "cheaper" than a package...

    A split unit is not "cheaper" than a package unit. Your expense may be in your duct system.You won't know anything for sure...untill someone that knows sees your situation. Bring that information...
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    It sounds like you realize that there is a energy...

    It sounds like you realize that there is a energy savings, and generally a considerable energy savings. I don't think I would put a lot of confidence in what a general contractor (builder) has to...
  40. Can't do prices due to fourm rules. In your case...

    Can't do prices due to fourm rules. In your case their are a few red flags waving. You need to have a couple of local HVAC contractors come out and look at your situation. They are there to serve
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    ACDUDE...man... don't try to teach the physics of...

    ACDUDE...man... don't try to teach the physics of HVAC to strangers, they may try to apply all that information and end up putting us all out of business lol.
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    It is like buying a new truck with hail damage....

    It is like buying a new truck with hail damage. Unless of course, it looks like someone ran over it with a forklift. For four bills, it would've had a warrenty. Those are good finds and usually...
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    Time to replace that old bryant standing pilot,...

    Time to replace that old bryant standing pilot, you may, not only save your family lives but also so money in the process!
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    At the point where you want to control the...

    At the point where you want to control the volumn. On a plunum with multi trunk lines, The VCD would be a foot after the riser in each trunk line.
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    Sorry Propmanage i was being distracted as I was...

    Sorry Propmanage i was being distracted as I was reading your post, in fact you articulated yourself very well!
  46. If you just "consider them the value-line" you...

    If you just "consider them the value-line" you are being kind. Some may argue that you over-rated them! Even of you bought two of those units for the price of one, you still may not be real happy...
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    You are only part right...I've adjusted many...

    You are only part right...I've adjusted many nozzles, you start off slow and calculate the change. You don't just jump in and change all the details at one time and expect everything to be fine!!...
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    I would study up on the lennox thing before you...

    I would study up on the lennox thing before you commit! A Five ton drive (the size of blower and motor) on a furnace may be required to move all the air around the corners. A load calc will tell you...
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    [quote=sreidy;1415944]Well, maybe I wasn't clear...

    [quote=sreidy;1415944]Well, maybe I wasn't clear enough. I am talking about using a single 24" x 24" cold air return for the first floor of the home, instead of using multiple returns for each room....
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    Going from a solid to hollow spray can adversly...

    Going from a solid to hollow spray can adversly effect the system. You can melt down the flame retentsion ring and melt the end of the air tube. Burning the tip of the nozzle and electrodes are very...
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