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    Thank you for your replies.

    Thank you for your replies.
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    Let me reword the last line. I don't think the...

    Let me reword the last line.
    I don't think the installers intended to pipe a trap they just piped it that way to get around the obstacle.
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    Sorry for the confusion, I haven't explained...

    Sorry for the confusion, I haven't explained well enough. The drop leg line (liquid line) comes down the condenser coil to the roof 4', travels along the roof then up 1' (around obstacle) then...
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    Yes. except backwards.

    Yes. except backwards.
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    Drop leg pipping

    On a 60 HP r507 refrigeration rack, The piping from a rooftop condenser to the indoor receiver, does the drop leg have to have a continuous drop to the receiver or can it have a 1' rise then drop...
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    Taylor C602 shake not filling

    :gah:I am working on a Taylor C-602 unit and have a problem where the cup is only filling 1/2 full on the shake side, fills for about 2-3 seconds, well below sensor level. I have already replaced...
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    thanks for the help, sorry I didn't update but it...

    thanks for the help, sorry I didn't update but it was a connector to the back of the board.
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    Thank for the advice. Looks like we'll be eating...

    Thank for the advice. Looks like we'll be eating the compressor and pricing a new condenser unit. (med temp this time)
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    Thank you PVC1984 for the info. Compressor is 3...

    Thank you PVC1984 for the info. Compressor is 3 phase. Sorry for the incomplete info.
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    Low temp compressor in med temp app.

    I was wondering if anyone could help. A coworker ordered a compressor for a walk in cooler TXV r12 1-ton C-charge, 12000 btu evaporator WJ-120-B. The compressor was a direct replacement for the...
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    Sounds weird but whatever works. But I suspect...

    Sounds weird but whatever works. But I suspect the wax will ware out in a couple of months.
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    :cheers:Sounds like you figured it out. Someone...

    :cheers:Sounds like you figured it out. Someone mentioned the grasslin timer. The relays burn up from the compressor load. We've been adding external relays on those true boxes if they don't...
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    I started pushing carts at a large supermarket...

    I started pushing carts at a large supermarket then became the manager, quit, started as 1st step apprentice then became general foreman so I see both sides. These two occupations have completely...
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    I apologize. Never meant any disrespect to any...

    I apologize. Never meant any disrespect to any remanufacturer. In fact I stated most of them have been very helpful. I take every precaution when installing a compressor reman, rebiult or new. ...
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    Have to admit, never used R22 as a flushing agent...

    Have to admit, never used R22 as a flushing agent but I heard this being done before. I can see why compressor manufacturers wouldn't recommend other "chemicals" damaging their compressors. ...
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    Soda machines have removable nozzles which...

    Soda machines have removable nozzles which require daily cleaning by staff. Unfortunately some establishments fail to clean these and they develope a seaweed like growth which is pretty nasty. Ice...
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    Revco freezer

    Working on a revco -80 freezer ult2586. 1st stage restricted. Took off liquid and suction line flushed through with rx11 and nitrogen. Clogged and first then blew threw pretty good. replaced...
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    agree, sounds like plate separation. Get a new...

    agree, sounds like plate separation. Get a new icemaker.
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    I guess for long shutdowns or a start up on a...

    I guess for long shutdowns or a start up on a package unit when the system never got a chance to pump down then by turning on the heater for a day before start up will keep the liquid out of the...
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    Another very important thing is to check the...

    Another very important thing is to check the cleanilest and integrity of the blower wheel. Especially on older units. Bearings, motors, pulleys may be availiable locally but shipping in an oem...
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    Used nylog about 3 years ago to seal a crankcase...

    Used nylog about 3 years ago to seal a crankcase bolt on a military type a/c unit to cool commercial airlines. Haven't leaked yet. But also used it for a suction transducer at a supermarket and it...
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    Just used it today to flush out stainless steel...

    Just used it today to flush out stainless steel (non acr) lines (Rx11). I agree you have to have some kind of restriction on the back end to biuld up pressure. I also wonder how well it does on some...
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    I agree cc heaters are a good way to keep liquid...

    I agree cc heaters are a good way to keep liquid out of the compressor on startup. If the pump down system is set up right then there shouldn't be liquid in the cc either. I'm trying to think of a...
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    I've grease bearings every 3-6 months depending...

    I've grease bearings every 3-6 months depending upon environment about 1-2 squirts. I usually check for any play in the bearing and use a laser to check for any gain in heat. Obviously any noise...
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    Good Idea

    Good Idea
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