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    I generally don't like fluke products, but do...

    I generally don't like fluke products, but do like the twist lock leads. The grip on them is really good, the leads are long, and like someone else said it's super easy to check contactor coils...
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    Just an FYI...if you're new and you show up to...

    Just an FYI...if you're new and you show up to your first job with digital gauges, expect a fair amount of $@&} talking. As a matter of fact, I wouldn't even do it if I were you. Just my .02....
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    I get the 6 inch nut setters from the parts...

    I get the 6 inch nut setters from the parts houses...brand is Jiffy Chuck. Love those things...
  4. Haha the minute I hit the "post" button I knew I...

    Haha the minute I hit the "post" button I knew I was gonna get $%#+.
  5. Thanks for the info guys. Never heard of back...

    Thanks for the info guys. Never heard of back probing....
  6. Low voltage testing tool for Trane plugs

    I've recently started doing a lot of work with Voyagers and Intellipacs. Many times the service literature will direct you to measure voltage at the white plastic wire plugs that connect conductors...
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    I, for the life of me, will never understand why...

    I, for the life of me, will never understand why any techs would buy TWO meters (fluke) when one fieldpiece meter can do all the things both of those meters do, AND MORE. Its more accurate, comes...
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    I wear red wing 606s....best boots ive ever...

    I wear red wing 606s....best boots ive ever owned. In my opinion ideally suited to hvac work....no insulation, no fancy crap, just leather and a (durable) sole. Best value out there.
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    Wow, there are actually people who dont carry an...

    Wow, there are actually people who dont carry an impact driver?!
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    I have an appion and yj crt, appion always seems...

    I have an appion and yj crt, appion always seems to get the core in much more quickly and easily than the yj crt. Not a big fan of the yj crt at all.
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    I thought you usually started by calling a pro?!

    I thought you usually started by calling a pro?!
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    ONLY at the inducer? Try putting it in cool and...

    ONLY at the inducer? Try putting it in cool and check voltages. Or try running 208 to it strait from a power source to rule out bad connections or burnt contacts in the unit....
  13. Thanks for that!

    Thanks for that!
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    Just bought my rig. 1/2 inch diameter with 1/4...

    Just bought my rig. 1/2 inch diameter with 1/4 inch female flare and 3/8 female flare...other hose is the same. Bought a 1/2 inch female flare to 3/8" male adapter to put on my pump. Should work out...
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    If your husband doesnt have the initiative,...

    If your husband doesnt have the initiative, curiosity, and drive to post questions like this himself....he wont be a very good tech. And neither would you; you couldnt even figure out this wasnt the...
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    Ok, you guys convinced me. Just found some YJ...

    Ok, you guys convinced me.

    Just found some YJ 5/8" hoses...anybody wanna race to lowest vac? :p
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    Vacuum question

    Does it really matter what size hose you use (1/2", etc) if you can only pull through a 1/4" service port on the unit (even without schrader?). Thinking about a new vac setup, and wanted to know...
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    Wow, 3 TX valves failing in a row? What are the...

    Wow, 3 TX valves failing in a row? What are the chances?!
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    Hey JP....ever tried a hot wire for discharge air...

    Hey JP....ever tried a hot wire for discharge air velocity in cases, i.e. at the honeycomb? Wonder if it would be a good tool for PMs....
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    Thanks for the replies... Jim, what do you...

    Thanks for the replies...

    Jim, what do you recommend for flex? Testing at the terminal unit/register?
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    Testo 416 mini vane anemometer

    Thinking about pulling the trigger and picking one of these up. Its a lot of money, but if it works well I think its a good investment. Anybody have one?
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    I do this a ton. Custy probably wont care about...

    I do this a ton. Custy probably wont care about color, but 4100 will pop a lot more off the cello wrappers. They will be unhappy with 3000k, trust me. We buy the LED light bars that fit into the...
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    Make sure youll get the same hours at the new...

    Make sure youll get the same hours at the new shop. We had a guy leave for a union shop, got about a 15 percent raise...and is only working 20 hours a week now. Our shop has so much work I could work...
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    Bought the SC640

    Love it already! Love the fact that I can get an actual reading while ohming compressors/motors other than zero, love the lead holder on the amp clamp, just love the thing so far. Not really getting...
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    I had one until two weeks ago...loved the thing....

    I had one until two weeks ago...loved the thing. Lost it at a market. :(
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    FWIW, I have one of those Wyotech schools near...

    FWIW, I have one of those Wyotech schools near me....it had a really bad reputation for taking advantage of vulnerable people. Im truly glad it was shut down.
  27. Dude...Chill. I used air acetylene (turbotorch)...

    Dude...Chill. I used air acetylene (turbotorch) in school, i do have experience with it. I should have stated that. My sincere apologies. That being said....
    Beginners have enough trouble brazing in...
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    Makes the boots last longer, no odor issues, but...

    Makes the boots last longer, no odor issues, but the best thing is that the boots feel so damn good in the morning!
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    I got mine from the Red Wing store...probably...

    I got mine from the Red Wing store...probably paid a bit more. Its the "original" PEET dryer.
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    Recommendation

    I purchased a PEET boot dryer a few weeks ago....cant recommend it highly enough. I wear my boots about 15 hours a day and have sweaty feet...let me tell ya, no more odor issues and it is a PLEASURE...
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    Cant you just guage up and see if your discharh...

    Cant you just guage up and see if your discharh goes up and suction goes down? Thats what i do, had lots going backward and i just reversed the leads, no damage done.
  32. Not many people with any level of field...

    Not many people with any level of field experience use air acetylene (this site is the only place ive ever heard people advocate its use). Ive never seen someone use it in the field, ever. Get (and...
  33. I read a lot on here about the 5 year experience...

    I read a lot on here about the 5 year experience thing...dont let that discourage you OP. I think that may be only in areas that dont have many jobs. If you were in CA and you knew how to use a...
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    There have been so many times in the past 2 years...

    There have been so many times in the past 2 years I've said "I'm quitting, I'm out, I'm gonna go sell contactors and mini splits to resi customers. Don't care anymore...." But then I get a day off...
  35. There's a gray area when buying tools. You don't...

    There's a gray area when buying tools. You don't need the most expensive 11 in 1 screwdriver, you'll lose the bits anyway. : P But buying the best meter, etc makes sense IMO.
  36. Fp clamps are a joke. My boss has a box (no...

    Fp clamps are a joke. My boss has a box (no joke) of broken ones sitting on the floor next to his desk. If you ohm them they all read open.

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    Before you buy any tools at all you should get a...

    Before you buy any tools at all you should get a good meter. And become a pro with it. F everything else (if youre a service guy).

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    Kevin, you usually flow an inert gas when brazing...

    Kevin, you usually flow an inert gas when brazing on a rack circuit? 'Cause I never do with racks...but was going to start using it with self containeds.

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    Hm, the one cfes posted is for nitro. Could have...

    Hm, the one cfes posted is for nitro. Could have sworn there was one for co2....

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    Co2 regulator

    A few months ago somebody posted a link to a co2 regulator that could be set to purge, brazing, etc. I cant find the thread. Can anyone who knows post it again?
  41. Another vote for tif zx. Love that you can mute...

    Another vote for tif zx. Love that you can mute it, and the batteries really last.

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    They sell rebuild kits for the JB and YJ low loss...

    They sell rebuild kits for the JB and YJ low loss fittings. You just remove the snap ring on the top and replace the guts.

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    I wont buy anything other than the...

    I wont buy anything other than the digicools...after reading reviews here, im sold on the ak900s. Just didnt want to be dissapointed in the probes.

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    So with the clamps, the thermistor is only on one...

    So with the clamps, the thermistor is only on one side of the jaws, right? Meaning that if you shim the other side, it wont affect the reading?

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    Digi cool guages

    Summer is almost here, and im thinking about buying the AK900s. I work at grocery stores...mostly on racks, but also the self contained units (deli coolers/freezers). The DC temp sensors are whats...
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    Double post Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I337...

    Double post

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    Ive heard lots of people say a frosted comp like...

    Ive heard lots of people say a frosted comp like that is "normal". Its not normal in my neck of the woods. I see lots of low temp compressors and theyre never frosted, ever. Maybe a little on the...
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    Wire strippers

    Can anybody recommend a pair of wire strippers? I've had 2 sets of klines, and recently purchased the knipex electrical installation pliers (which ive been unhappy with after using). Thinking about...
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    No warranty.

    No warranty.
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    I get to work on a few...I think they are cool....

    I get to work on a few...I think they are cool. Been taught how to replace shaft seal and did 1 alignment. A friend who works for a competitor just installed a bunch in a meat plant running...
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