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    It's running, you've fixed the low voltage issue....

    It's running, you've fixed the low voltage issue. Unless you're having performance issues, you should be fine. If there was an issue with the cap or only getting 1 leg of power, it would not run. If...
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    Is the unit running

    Is the unit running
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    All celsius. In Fahrenheit went from 72*F down to...

    All celsius. In Fahrenheit went from 72*F down to 23*F in about 14 hours.
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    Same in Toronto. Was +22* yesterday afternoon and...

    Same in Toronto. Was +22* yesterday afternoon and -5* with close to half a foot of snow this morning
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    Thanks for the advice guys, will confirm if the...

    Thanks for the advice guys, will confirm if the valve is bad when i'm back on site.
  6. Some coolers don't use heaters to defrost and are...

    Some coolers don't use heaters to defrost and are 'air defrost' which cuts the comp for a certain period of time and just runs the fans during defrost
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    You are talking about two different style fans...

    You are talking about two different style fans that have opposite reactions to similar scenarios though. A forward curve fan and a prop fan are two totally different things. And as for you cleaning...
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    That's another big one that hadn't been mentioned.

    That's another big one that hadn't been mentioned.
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    You answered your own question? With the door...

    You answered your own question? With the door removed on a blower motor (forward curve or 'squirrel cage') you have removed the load. It is designed to have a certain static pressure across it. TESP....
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    Yes, on a forward curve fan it is true. On the...

    Yes, on a forward curve fan it is true. On the prop fan, dirty coil = higher static, which is more work and more current draw. Less rpms too which is less counter emf. Less air across motor to cool...
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    It's actually pressure controlled, that's the...

    It's actually pressure controlled, that's the weird thing that threw me for a loop. Just a 1/4'' flare connection to the discharge line, going to the bellow on the Danfoss WVO valve.
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    Edit: Pecmsg beat me to the punch

    Edit: Pecmsg beat me to the punch
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    WSHP tripping high head

    I've got a Skymark WSHP tripping on high head pressure. Haven't worked on pretty much any heatpumps before, just don't see them very much around here except for in condo's and we never had any we...
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  15. The scroll comp was running backwards. As Dad...

    The scroll comp was running backwards. As Dad mentioned, tell tale sign of scrolls running backwards are equal pressures and noisy.
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    Any chance it was on a system with a fan cycle...

    Any chance it was on a system with a fan cycle control?
  17. Seems to work pretty well for our mayor.........

    Seems to work pretty well for our mayor...... :LOL:
  18. It is possible but not easy. Submit resumes...

    It is possible but not easy. Submit resumes EVERYWHERE. This is the time to start getting them out there, it's starting to warm up, AC start ups and replacement jobs going on. Companies will be...
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    My thought would be it probably had been hunting...

    My thought would be it probably had been hunting a lot in it's life time. Not getting solid column of liquid fed to it all the time, flash gas, causing wear and tear on the pushrod.
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    Except the camera battery convienently 'died...

    Except the camera battery convienently 'died during the evacuation', so you know there was none performed. No nitro purge was the best, worst thing he did in that video. Did you notice that his...
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    This guys even better... ...

    This guys even better...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tct_ccmUFXc
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    That's hacktastic! So much wrong, and yet so...

    That's hacktastic! So much wrong, and yet so proud of the hack job he's doing that he made a 42 min video on it... :beat:
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    If you made this video ..... ...

    If you made this video .....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2hI32UELus

    Or this one....

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tct_ccmUFXc
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    No condensation forms on the bends and drips...

    No condensation forms on the bends and drips down? It all collects at the bottom corner and drains if there's a proper trap installed? Being the coil is upstream of the blower and under a neg pres....
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    The drain pan on the side of the wall instead of...

    The drain pan on the side of the wall instead of below it might cause a bit of an issue with condensation draining though..
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