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    Carrier VVT went through three major changes...

    Carrier VVT went through three major changes before the turn of the century. (It really feels funny to say that) There aren't very many technicians still working that will be proficient on these...
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    Thanks for asking Anthony. I'm still waiting on...

    Thanks for asking Anthony. I'm still waiting on parts. I ordered them online and they are taking their time getting here. Bad news there is that I was at parts place today getting food warmer parts...
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    Thanks everybody. I do have the blue controller...

    Thanks everybody. I do have the blue controller in it. The eyes will be replaced ASAP.
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    Scotsman CME 306 stuck in Harvest

    I guess my first question should be.... Do the ice sensors ever loose their sensitivity?
    I have a 12 year old machine that is stuck in max harvest because it is not sensing the ice dropping.

    I...
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    That is a picture of a louvre, not a damper. The...

    That is a picture of a louvre, not a damper. The difference? a louvre is immovable.
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    Your "Schnieder" thermostat is most certainly...

    Your "Schnieder" thermostat is most certainly manufactured by Viconics, a company out of Canada. (Viconics Model VT7600) They make that one as well as several other companies that put their own...
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    The computer running the WebCtrl Server software...

    The computer running the WebCtrl Server software should have all of the help files on them. Those may be accessed from within WebCtrl or from the start menu. Good luck.
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    "Heat Loss" is usually thought of as the amount...

    "Heat Loss" is usually thought of as the amount of heat that dissipates or transfers from inside a building or structure to the outside of that structure. What exactly are you looking for? I...
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    I'm just not picturing it. Can you give a little...

    I'm just not picturing it. Can you give a little more information? Are they Mod Motors, Pneumatic actuators or Belimo Motors running the damper rod? Can you disconnect the rod from the actuator and...
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    I was hired many years ago to remove electrical,...

    I was hired many years ago to remove electrical, pneumatic controls and sheet metal to several rooftop units at a local school. The roofers lifted the units, reroofed (adding about 6" foam to flat...
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    I just installed some Venstar t-stats and I...

    I just installed some Venstar t-stats and I really like them. You can make them do almost anything and the Internet hookup is very user friendly. I installed the app on PC, Iphone and android and it...
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    Hello... Is your cooler walking? You better go...

    Hello... Is your cooler walking?
    You better go catch it!!!
    Ha ha ha.


    Classic!
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    I have 30 or so SA Tux and about the same of VAV...

    I have 30 or so SA Tux and about the same of VAV Tux as well as an APEX or two if that would help you out. I also have 50 or so Sensors to go with them
    PM me if interested
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    I went with the Venstar T6800 Commercial Tstat....

    I went with the Venstar T6800 Commercial Tstat. It has the keyboard lockout I wanted, I-phone and Android compatible and is purty!
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    My apologies Timebuilder. I thought it was...

    My apologies Timebuilder. I thought it was approriate in Tech to Tech and I did not specify, due to the reasons you mentioned, but gave minimum wire size.
    My point was that it was possible that the...
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    MenTen, If your setup is what I think it is...

    MenTen,
    If your setup is what I think it is you have an indoor furnace with electric heat. Yes? If so, the electric heat will quite often have its own electrical requirements seperate from the...
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    Deer Stag Work Shoes. Most comfortable utility...

    Deer Stag Work Shoes. Most comfortable utility shoe I've ever worn. Not steel toed but good overall wearability.
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    Great minds...:cheers:

    Great minds...:cheers:
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    It looks likie I might be changing the 2-cond...

    It looks likie I might be changing the 2-cond t-stat wire to 4-cond to get the common down to the stat. Easy enough in an open hangar.
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    Thanks for the link Crab. I cant use the Vision...

    Thanks for the link Crab. I cant use the Vision Pro because it requires a common, which I wont have with the hanging heaters. It looks like the one you bought might work.
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    Exactly what I needed to know, thanks Dad.

    Exactly what I needed to know, thanks Dad.
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    WiFi Thermostat needed.

    I need to reccomend a wifi solution to our local Airport Board today. The problem is that our heating bills are way too high because at our airport there is no staff on site, so people come in, turn...
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    I am suprised I have to respond to this second...

    I am suprised I have to respond to this second opinion, but I will.
    You say the refrigerant migrates to the coldest spot. So.. In my stated scenario, the ambient temp at the evap is 100 deg F. If...
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    OK, If the evaporator coil is sitting above the...

    OK, If the evaporator coil is sitting above the furnace and the ambient tempurature is 100 deg F, like it is quite often throughout the country, and the compressor is NOT running, what is the...
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    Please notice the max working pressure. 300psi...

    Please notice the max working pressure. 300psi MAX. R410A at 100 degrees is higher than that and therefore this coil needs to be changed. Period. And the fact that there is tape there may not mean...
  26. Holy Crap! I thought "That's alot a money for a...

    Holy Crap! I thought "That's alot a money for a cap!" Then I realized it was for the whole service call. In which case it's awfully cheap!
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    The OP does not understand that there is only one...

    The OP does not understand that there is only one refrigerant in the system. If he thinks there are two different ones it would make sense he heard this from the contractor, in my opinion.
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    It is incorrect and should be corrected.

    It is incorrect and should be corrected.
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    I would have to think that the web based...

    I would have to think that the web based tempurature would be more accurate than a local sensor. It is pretty easy to put a sensor in the wrong place. ie: south side of the building or against a dark...
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    You dont say where you are located, but the HVAC...

    You dont say where you are located, but the HVAC Contractor Map on this site is a great resource.
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    If Kontrolphreak does not have it I have many,...

    If Kontrolphreak does not have it I have many, many Microsets and Alerton parts availible!
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    Hey ammoniadog! I care!:grin2: ...and I'm...

    Hey ammoniadog!

    I care!:grin2:

    ...and I'm not dead yet!:Faint:
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    Yes, it's quite chilly here in Iowa today. The...

    Yes, it's quite chilly here in Iowa today. The snow doesn't help either. I am curious why a water leak burned up low voltage wiring. Can you explain this some more?
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    You have never seen a pneumatic thermostat? OK,...

    You have never seen a pneumatic thermostat? OK, fair enough. That particular thermostat is a Honeywell TP970 series thermostat. It can be direct acting or reverse acting but from what you describe,...
  35. Well.. I'm in Iowa, but if it's warm down...

    Well..
    I'm in Iowa, but if it's warm down there I might consider making a service call. The .50/mi charge might get you though!:angel:
  36. It is still just one relay, as long as the two...

    It is still just one relay, as long as the two 24vdc sources are fed by the same power supply, which they should be if they are coming from the same BAS. parallel the inputs to the RIB's coil, if you...
  37. Not allowed to go into specifics here... but a...

    Not allowed to go into specifics here... but a relay should work!
  38. You lost some labor and a $50 part. Depending on...

    You lost some labor and a $50 part. Depending on how long her ice machine was down she had to buy bagged ice. What's that, about $3 per 10 pound bag. How big is the machine? If it was a tiny one it...
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    From what you have described there is no doubt...

    From what you have described there is no doubt that your compressor was single phased during the power outage. That simply means it lost one of its three legs of electricity. The unit probably ran...
  40. Here is one example of a low ambient kit. Almost...

    Here is one example of a low ambient kit. Almost every manufacturer offers it as an option...
    Goodman LA-01
    Low Ambient Kit for Goodman Heat Pumps and Condensers
  41. It's not an easy question to answer without...

    It's not an easy question to answer without knowing your specific equipment. The safest answer is "no". That will protect your compressor. That being said.. It may be just fine to run it if it has a...
  42. This is the typical way to move heating water...

    This is the typical way to move heating water through a hydronic system. It is almost never a good idea to try and outthink the Manufacturer. Their engineers have designed it for a reason, and, if...
  43. Thanks guys, I have a xw582 and a xw584...

    Thanks guys,
    I have a xw582 and a xw584 permanently attatched to my XI582. There is no pin in mine Kieth but it is obvious when you have it in correctly because the screen tries to light up and...
  44. Honeywell XI582 not communicating with XL100

    I am having a problem communicating with an XL100 (original version) using an XI582 via the B-Port. In fact, I can only connect to the XL500 controllers equipped with an RS232 port. The XL500's and...
  45. Worst picture ever! I see dozens of windows and...

    Worst picture ever! I see dozens of windows and at least 5 pieces of equipment. However, if you are talking about the structure immediately outside of the window we are looking out of, it appears to...
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    Thanks for the reply Atticus. 1, The customer...

    Thanks for the reply Atticus.
    1, The customer pays for the entire control system. I'm not saying they should be able to write the code that runs the program itself. That is intelectual property. I'm...
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    Fair enough KP. I was just trying to point out...

    Fair enough KP. I was just trying to point out that it was possible to add other vendors to a WebCtrl system.
    Chad, I have a job with Niagara AX and Spyder that is doing just fine. My only...
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    KP, I've got to disagree with you buddy. I have 5...

    KP, I've got to disagree with you buddy. I have 5 RTU's using Viconics master stat and Viconics zone thermostats all hanging on a WebCtrl front end. All very visible and setpoint editable (Is that a...
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    The Honeywell ML6161's did the trick. Also, they...

    The Honeywell ML6161's did the trick. Also, they are plentiful on e-bay and such, new, in the box even though they're obsolete.
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    Wow It looks like zonex didn't do anything other...

    Wow It looks like zonex didn't do anything other than put a sticker on a LMB24-3T. I've already tried that and it doesn't work. Maybe I have a goofy thermostat. And, yes I've already checked the...
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