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    I think that's what I'm looking for. Thank you!

    I think that's what I'm looking for. Thank you!
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    Fieldpiece adapter/connector

    Anyone know a link to where I can buy an adapter to connect my Fluke test leads to my Fieldpiece meter? Looking at a Fluke lead - it's a female connector, but my Fieldpiece lead has a male plug. I'd...
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    Use new gas too.

    Use new gas too.
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    Yea, given that none of them are drafting, ur...

    Yea, given that none of them are drafting, ur probably right. I'd change the liq drier too.
    Good luck!
  5. Sounds like an interesting experiment! A 30k btu...

    Sounds like an interesting experiment! A 30k btu coil is a 30k btu coil! With the correct txv on a high temp system (12k btu/ton), it should work. Give it a shot with one! I'll bet it'll go off...
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    Assuming your head psi is good when you're...

    Assuming your head psi is good when you're onsite. This might be a dumb question, but are there any new OFM's? Good ol' Aaon requires OEM motors! The aftermarket motors ratings may match up but will...
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    Varitrane VPEF Reheat Problem

    I have a VPEF1200 stand alone that was calling for first stage heat upon call for cooling. Initially, I thought it was turning on to prevent overshooting the set point. But it wasn't kicking out even...
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    Print that IOM and call the Fulton rep while your...

    Print that IOM and call the Fulton rep while your on it. They're pretty helpful, OTT everytime I called they sound like they smoked 200 cigarettes and drank 2 pots a coffe that morning.
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    Sorry to get back so late. The nut on the front...

    Sorry to get back so late. The nut on the front of the flapper assembly is your air intake adjustment. I can't remember the setting for it, but you can download the IOM from Fulton's website and then...
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    Also, have you checked the air intake flapper for...

    Also, have you checked the air intake flapper for clogs? Those rings get clogged pretty often too. Or it'll vibrate itself closed.
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    I'm sure you've already checked, but have you...

    I'm sure you've already checked, but have you checked the gv vent line for clogs? I use to work on a lot fulton's in virginia beach and (i forgot the name of them) bugs would nest inside the vent...
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    I ran across this a couple times. The problem is,...

    I ran across this a couple times. The problem is, Waco is too lazy to update the literature after the conversion from air to water.

    Can you use the air version? It should be fairly similar. The...
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    When I interview for a job, I warn my future...

    When I interview for a job, I warn my future employer that I will not lie to my customer. That's definetly a double-edged sword as we all have made mistakes, but do you tell the customer you...
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    If I see any with your initials on it in my area,...

    If I see any with your initials on it in my area, I'll let you know.
  15. I weigh it in at manufacturers recomendations...

    I weigh it in at manufacturers recomendations everytime, if I can! Of course, if I'm adding a 30 cu in drier it could take up to an extra pound, but I start with the manufacturers recommendations...
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    BTW, How do you like the micron gauge? I've tried...

    BTW, How do you like the micron gauge? I've tried several and the only one I've ever had that's worth a crap is the Robinair 14010a. (at 500 bucks!)
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    who cares if 1/2" hose are overkill?! Better that...

    who cares if 1/2" hose are overkill?! Better that you get it right the first time, than have to blow the gas (i mean recover) and redo it!
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    John, there's a thread on here with someone who...

    John, there's a thread on here with someone who has had the same problem. attached is the link to it.

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=335422&highlight=liebert+short+cycle+alarm
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    Yea, they did! FLA was 2.0 however i was pulling...

    Yea, they did! FLA was 2.0 however i was pulling 2.2. I noticed the motor was also considerably larger (depth) than the A/M's. I figured it must be more run windings. Also, I noticed it was open-type...
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    Using the PT Chart

    The first thing I'd do is verify the sensing bulb is clean, placed correctly on the suction line, and that it's responding correctly <--(when dryer is operating). I'd do this by removing it, sanding...
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    For anyone still interested, replaced the motors...

    For anyone still interested, replaced the motors with OEM and that has fixed my problem. Thanks everyone for all of your inputs!!
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    I've been there!!

    LOL!!!
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    Considering you've meggered the motor and have...

    Considering you've meggered the motor and have good resistance and I'm sure you've already traced all your wiring for shorts, could humidity be building up inside your junction boxes or disconnect....
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    Grainger is a Greenheck distributor. Good luck...

    Grainger is a Greenheck distributor. Good luck with them, though!
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    I'm not a steam guru by any means but Boiler...

    I'm not a steam guru by any means but Boiler Operator's Workbooks would probably be more helpful to you since you already have a strong background. Workbooks, really hit on the safety settings and...
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    I've run across this a couple times on Liebert...

    I've run across this a couple times on Liebert units.

    There's a good chance your LLSV is leaking-by causing the unloader to pump the compressor down. The problem is after 5 restarts within an...
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    I'm assuming you've already done this, however...

    I'm assuming you've already done this, however have you valved-off your compressors and cleaned all your screens and tested and removed and checked your attached oil pumps?

    I only ask because you...
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    That's a trip!! I've got some experience with...

    That's a trip!! I've got some experience with that stuff, however what I worked on used heat exchangers to transfer the heat from the condenser water to plumbing waste water which was discharged out...
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    Thanks Hearthman!

    Thanks Hearthman!
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    My apologies

    HEARTHMAN, I apologize for hitting a nerve with you! I should have been more careful with my words considering your response to my post.
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    Sounds like you just need to call another...

    Sounds like you just need to call another contractor out. I would recommend having the contractor perform a full assessment on the unit and put that IN WRITING.

    Your ticket should have psi's...
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    Timebuilder and FCS both had great advice! Being...

    Timebuilder and FCS both had great advice! Being able to communicate well orally and in writing will go a long way, especially in this field.

    RSES, ASHRAE, and ACCA are some of the best and most...
  33. I apologize, I'm a newbie, I didn't realize your...

    I apologize, I'm a newbie, I didn't realize your unit had 3 (or 4) stages of cooling. My idea would start causing problems in your situation.

    I'm pulling this out of my a$$, but you could install...
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    Fireplaces are a luxury item that do not provide...

    Fireplaces are a luxury item that do not provide anything near the COP as your standard gas furnace AHU. Seal it up and you'll save a fortune on wasted energy going out the flue.

    However, a stove...
  35. Seen that too many times!! Given you have...

    Seen that too many times!!
    Given you have single phase fans, You're gonna have a DPDT relay controlling either both or the second condenser fan upon demand for cooling from either compressor.
    ...
  36. Start with the model number of the compressor....

    Start with the model number of the compressor. Usually, places like United Refrigeration can match up a CCH for it. It doesn't have to be 50W, of course! Even if you don't have a U/R in your area,...
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    Screw that! They need to get you a PM Tech fresh...

    Screw that! They need to get you a PM Tech fresh out of school at the very least!
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    Considering everything except your compressors...

    Considering everything except your compressors were running right, someone's been up there! Phase shift would have been recorded on your ICM and and everything would have run backwards.
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    Go with OEM!! You'll learn the hard way, if you...

    Go with OEM!! You'll learn the hard way, if you go with a/m!
  40. You looking for SAF? (AHU within a galvanized box...

    You looking for SAF? (AHU within a galvanized box with minimal ducting) You could put a Mechanical timer (affordable) on it to shut off when the place closes or SPST relays tied into a junction to...
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    Using a ductulator, you can create the deminsions...

    Using a ductulator, you can create the deminsions of the mainline pretty much any way you want. I would recommend oversizing a little just so you won't need to replace the mainline12 yrs from now,...
  42. That is a dual port or compound analog gauge. I'm...

    That is a dual port or compound analog gauge. I'm referring to a digital dual port manometer with hoses. This way you can insert one hose inside and the other outside. Not a big deal, though! You...
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    You might want to use a HEPA filter (changed...

    You might want to use a HEPA filter (changed often) in his new AHU or the smell might get too strong within that conditioned space.
  44. Static PSI

    Can you use a magnehelic to verify room/bldg pressure?
    YES

    However a have a compuund magnehelic and if i zero it outside, cover/plug the low side port the pressure always drops slightly below...
  45. Undersized Ventilation

    I'm in agreement with HVACTechNC! I think your SA or RA ventilation is undersized. I don't know enough about speed tap settings to provide any intelligent input. Noise from AHU is caused by high...
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    Dedicated exhaust vent or independant system

    If the smell is driving his other tenants nuts then they're sharing the same ventilation. Of course, you probably know that!

    You might recommend installing an exhaust fan for his space to help...
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    Thanks for the tips on OEM motors. I'm going to...

    Thanks for the tips on OEM motors. I'm going to go with that and I'll repost my results.
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    New Condenser Fan Motor(s) trips on OT

    I have an 20Ton 16 year old AAON unit that keeps tripping the 1st condenser fan motor (left side-when facing unit). The 2 motors are rated at 3/4HP, 1075 RPM, 2.5A, 460v. 10uf/370v Run Cap. <--(what...
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