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  1. Thread: LLSV coil

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  2. Thread: SORIT 12

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    https://www.ridgid.com/ca/en/hex-wrenches

    https://www.ridgid.com/ca/en/hex-wrenches
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    Actually I'm beginning to think they weren't...

    Actually I'm beginning to think they weren't bitzers. I believe they might of been mycom comps.i wasn't at this job so I don't know for sure. Was a few years ago just trying to remember.
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    I know we had some issues with some bitzer...

    I know we had some issues with some bitzer compressors 50hz not sure what voltage was on it but they didn't get noticed till they didn't work anymore :whistle:
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  6. Sticky: Sorry for your loss.

    Sorry for your loss.
  7. Thank you sir!

    Thank you sir!
  8. Not to hijack your thread Chuck, but was curious...

    Not to hijack your thread Chuck, but was curious Teddy is this product available in Canada?
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    X2- I just discovered the exhaust cutter this...

    X2- I just discovered the exhaust cutter this year it is a slick tool especially for close proximity cutting.

    I use these also ...
  10. We use these for All overhead piping and on top...

    We use these for All overhead piping and on top of walk-ins

    http://www.insuguard.com/insuguard.php
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    Time to add a new tool to the arsenal. Chainsaw!...

    Time to add a new tool to the arsenal. Chainsaw! :grin2:
  12. Thread: txv hunting

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    No it was flooding the system very badly. 200 ft...

    No it was flooding the system very badly. 200 ft of piping and was frosting back at a couple compressors at the rack. Once I discovered the equalizer line welded shut and fixed that the system was...
  13. Thread: txv hunting

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    I found a 6ft multi deck refrigerated case that...

    I found a 6ft multi deck refrigerated case that was flooding very badly upon startup. (Rack system) and tried adjusting the valve with no improvement. The valve looked like it was pretty cooked from...
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    :gah:

    :gah:
  15. Thread: Fancy meter

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    :LOL:

    :LOL:
  16. Thread: Fancy meter

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    @ $2250 bucks you should have ordered 2 for a...

    @ $2250 bucks you should have ordered 2 for a back up meter too
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    Looks like he started a new thread:anyone:

    Looks like he started a new thread:anyone:
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    I would recomend changing the diaper more...

    I would recomend changing the diaper more frequently
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    I thought you were joking I had to google a duct...

    I thought you were joking I had to google a duct stretcher haha. I never touch any duct work but looks like a must have tool If you did lots of duct work.
  20. Thread: Well hung

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    That's awesome

    That's awesome
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    http://www.grainger.com/product/CADDY-Bell-Hanger-...

    http://www.grainger.com/product/CADDY-Bell-Hanger-1RVE9
  22. Havnt had any issues with the appions other then...

    Havnt had any issues with the appions other then the o ring in the actual removal part binds up once and a while and you can't screw it into the other part of the assembly. Just need to poke it back...
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    I have one and use it quite a bit, hasn't died on...

    I have one and use it quite a bit, hasn't died on me yet and can't beat the price. Had a couple crappy tire (mastercraft) before and they didn't last to the abuse
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    I do grocery store installs mostly so this stuff...

    I do grocery store installs mostly so this stuff is second nature to me nowadays. I don't know where to start with your questions.

    If you have some time start out by going to the educational...
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    What's your reciever level?

    What's your reciever level?
  26. Gasoline and a match? :grin2:

    Gasoline and a match? :grin2:
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    Like others have stated your fan cycling is your...

    Like others have stated your fan cycling is your first line of defence, choosing this set point is a discussion on its own... We typically see first fan forced on here too, or with new installs the...
  28. Thread: Cooling Off

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    :eek2:

    :eek2:
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    Still lots of underground pipe out there...

    Still lots of underground pipe out there including new piping. We see it a lot for island cases where any drops or overhead piping will disrupt the look they are trying to achieve.
    We use 4 inch...
  30. You sure it's a spider bite? I would see a doctor...

    You sure it's a spider bite? I would see a doctor looks like a staff infection might need antibiotics or they will keep reoccurring
  31. Thread: question

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    :eek2:

    :eek2:
  33. when ever I have an issue like this and have...

    when ever I have an issue like this and have system pumped down while working on the expansion valve I always add an access port in the liquid line.
    Is this problem case running warm all the time...
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    I prefer oxy/acetylene over btanks and such. I do...

    I prefer oxy/acetylene over btanks and such. I do grocery store installations and we braze miles of piping.
    There's many benifits of oxy/acetylene in my opinion. It has a much hotter flame, you can...
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    Big willy from RSL or at least that's what we...

    Big willy from RSL or at least that's what we call them haha
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    http://sporlanonline.com/literature-and-educationa...

    http://sporlanonline.com/literature-and-educational-materials/thermostatic-expansion-valves/

    Might be helpful
  38. Warning explicit matter don't open if you get offended easily

    Not sure if this has been posted but it's pretty funny
    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=CcF0ConzjH0

    :censored:
  39. I would add a trap as soon as you exit your...

    I would add a trap as soon as you exit your freezer and then tee in your cooler coil and en have a trap out side at the floor drain
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    Unfortunately it wasn't the company I work for...

    Unfortunately it wasn't the company I work for because it would of been torn out in a proper manner lol. There's a couple other companies that do work on walmarts around this neck of the woods and to...
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    Sounds like fun. Any time I tear out a rack or...

    Sounds like fun. Any time I tear out a rack or the likes and they want to keep it I always take every measure to make it easy for the next guy. I treat it as that I will be the guy to reinstall it. ...
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    What do you mean it was left open? The piping was...

    What do you mean it was left open? The piping was open to atmosphere? I would definitely drain the oil out and pressure test the protocol by itself and check for any leaks . Pull a good vacuum under...
  43. Thx never woulda thought about that. Went and...

    Thx never woulda thought about that. Went and checked my door and has the same safety lever and It had a hole to secure it from opening that way so I threw a lock on it and still opens fine with the...
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    Yah I think a cooper is the way to go as well....

    Yah I think a cooper is the way to go as well. Wish I would of bought a cooper before I spent the big bucks on the fluke pipe clamp. Oh well maybe in the future I'll buy a different fluke meter.
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    I have the 116/323 kit too. My temperature...

    I have the 116/323 kit too. My temperature reading is about 10 degrees out of calibrAtion which makes it pretty well useless on the 116. Anyone have any tips of how to calibrate because I don't think...
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    Go Canada :bump: :grin2:

    Go Canada :bump:

    :grin2:
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    www.sporlanonline.com/literature/90/SD-126.pdf...

    www.sporlanonline.com/literature/90/SD-126.pdf
    Pg 4 is some quick service tips that may help you.
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    Heat reclaim pumps out when not in use so that...

    Heat reclaim pumps out when not in use so that extra charge is stored in the reciever.

    How long is the pipe run for the heat reclaim? What is it feeding? Could be large pipe run and a giant coil...
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    How are the pants? I'm curious as I'm having a...

    How are the pants? I'm curious as I'm having a hard time finding any other products out there with the built in knee pads . I have only seen a few selections on various websites with limited sizes..
  50. Thread: Toilet Job

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