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    its RH in the space it is in as it will sweat...

    its RH in the space it is in as it will sweat when the casing gets below dewpoint
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    I have seen them drip off the distributor tubes...

    I have seen them drip off the distributor tubes and suction line down onto the insulation in the fan compartment causing a leak like you are describing. I insulate the tubing and have made a sheet...
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    my solution would involve a recovery machine and...

    my solution would involve a recovery machine and a scale as a starting point
  4. why not get the repair kit that trane offers for...

    why not get the repair kit that trane offers for it and repair it temporarily or just leave it until something else fails or until the new coil gets in. in the twenty five years I've been doing this...
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    if you haven't taken a superheat reading how do...

    if you haven't taken a superheat reading how do you know its flooding back? just because the suction line is frosting only means that it is below 32 degrees. example if I have 18 psi suction and a...
  6. I have seen it done on ice cream delivery trucks...

    I have seen it done on ice cream delivery trucks standard condensing unit under the side the only difference was they did not use an air over evaporator they had cold plates inside and static cooled...
  7. I'm thinking if you have a short run of duct to...

    I'm thinking if you have a short run of duct to the outside air that they are mist eliminators and should be washable in place, just a guess though.
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    the air handler is past its life expectancy, you...

    the air handler is past its life expectancy, you are close to the life expectancy of the condenser, as for as the heater goes if it is not rusted out and the electrical cape continue to use...
  9. plugged strainer also

    plugged strainer also
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    some places that you will be working may require...

    some places that you will be working may require you to wear gloves and/or suit to work in live control panels I have a suit and gloves I can put on if needed so that I do not have to wear the arc...
  11. if it is in the water circuit let it run out of...

    if it is in the water circuit let it run out of gas then the refrigerant circuit will fill with water rendering the unit useless and basically non repairable and then they would get off their butts...
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    did they show you how to do the scheduling in the...

    did they show you how to do the scheduling in the IVUE system? if they did just go into the schedule and set it like you want it. most of the time there is a class or training session built into the...
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    by chillerout1
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    I'm not sure what you are asking for, are you...

    I'm not sure what you are asking for, are you wanting the inside temp to change at a gradual rate or the chilled water temp to change at a gradual rate because 72 degree chilled water isn't going to...
  14. are they split systems?

    are they split systems?
  15. I'm waiting on the pro press refrigeration...

    I'm waiting on the pro press refrigeration fittings to come out
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    do nothing and wait for compressor to blow. but I...

    do nothing and wait for compressor to blow. but I wouldn't worry too much about it based on conditions at the time the amps are within reason of operating specs
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    im puzzled why do you want a CO2 detector instead...

    im puzzled why do you want a CO2 detector instead of a CO detector? or why not both, co2 detectors in the rtus with economisers and powered exhaust and a CO detector tied to an exhaust fan and...
  18. most all WSHPs can be used for residential or...

    most all WSHPs can be used for residential or commercial as long as they are not three phase ,277v, or 480v
  19. what model number is it? and how are they...

    what model number is it? and how are they determining that it is a commercial unit?
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    im guessing your old unit is a lennox? and if...

    im guessing your old unit is a lennox? and if that's the case that is not a liquid line that is a cap tube( metering device). look and see if you have a txv on the system.
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    in our local it is up to the employer they can...

    in our local it is up to the employer they can bring you in as a journeyman or as an option you can take the journeyman (turnout ) test and possibly skip the apprenticeship
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    you are going to have to find a competent...

    you are going to have to find a competent professional in your area to check the system and determine your exact problem im leaning toward an eev or sensor problem with the beacon system they can...
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    sounds like you have an EEV problem not feeding...

    sounds like you have an EEV problem not feeding refrigerant properly
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    TEV or EEV? is the icing even or starting on one...

    TEV or EEV? is the icing even or starting on one side and working over until coil is iced but the beacon system should be determining defrost cycle unless you have it set for fixed defrost times ....
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    yes just gonna retro a carrier bracket into it

    yes just gonna retro a carrier bracket into it
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