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    we had several units this way and ended up with a...

    we had several units this way and ended up with a company that steam cleaned the coils. They look like new and the performance came back to factory specs
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    you can also take an old picnic cooler and some 3/8 copper and build a sub cooler in the ice chest, by coiling the copper and put it between the machine and cylinder, fill with ice and your done in...
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    if you are pulling permits in Florida you also...

    if you are pulling permits in Florida you also need a Heat Load Calc for the space your installing the unit in and you have to certify the ducts to have no leaks (where you can gain access) and post...
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    invest in a manual J software, makes it a lot...

    invest in a manual J software, makes it a lot easier and can be reused. All of the formulas are worked out for you. I use Elite software approved by ACCA go to www.elitesoft.com
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    ABB by far especially if you want to communicate...

    ABB by far especially if you want to communicate on a BAS. They have a small drive no frills reasonably priced ACS300
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    unfortunately no. Your only option would be to...

    unfortunately no. Your only option would be to replace that unit
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    a complete set of ratcheting wrench's always seem...

    a complete set of ratcheting wrench's always seem to be handy. Along with a good 5/16 and 3/8 driver. If your working on Trane get a good roto lock wrench
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    I would try to get it to 16°. Have you checked...

    I would try to get it to 16°. Have you checked the Control Band? That is huge when running an ALR chiller. Let me know if you need the formula.
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    you may also want to check your superheat. The...

    you may also want to check your superheat. The ALR like high superheat around 18 to 20°
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