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    I will have no hair because of these damn...

    I will have no hair because of these damn things... 2 more heat exchangers failed and no idea lead time on them... and JCI has no plans to design a replacement unit in the near future. what all do...
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    Nobody out there run into these? Gonna have a...

    Nobody out there run into these? Gonna have a nightmare in my future for sure! Lol
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    Too bad they are down flows! But really want to...

    Too bad they are down flows! But really want to find replacement units that aren't obsolete! Not sure how I could install splits, no room for condensers...
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    Skymark Skypak's

    So anyone familiar with these abortions realizes that Johnson Controls bought them out, and now no longer makes units, and parts take 2-4 months to "manufacture" or whatever.

    Question being,...
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    When you need to test the wire between the stat...

    When you need to test the wire between the stat and unit.
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    WANTED- extended length cargo van

    I have a buddy who installs flooring, looking for an extended van, decent shape, mechanically sound, preferably 2000 and up. MN area, will know his price range tomorrow, too late to bother him...
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    changed the compressor the other day, cooling...

    changed the compressor the other day, cooling beer again:D weighed in the charge to factory, what is normal for suction pressure on a 134a refrigerator like this?
  8. HAve not had any issues with either, both have...

    HAve not had any issues with either, both have been reliable for us, Fujitsu has had some better training locally, but all in all, I would be happy with either brand. BTW Fujitsu is a Japanese...
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    Tried to drink enough so he could get it in a...

    Tried to drink enough so he could get it in a cooler, but just couldn't drink that much so fast:D
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    Beer fridge emergency!!

    Who is the best supplier for beverage air parts (MN) compressor sh!t out on buddies beer fridge(with about 12 cases in it of course) condensing unit seems to slide out the back on a tray, are these...
  11. Thread: Trailor Trash

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    When I get stuck going to a place like that "ONLY...

    When I get stuck going to a place like that "ONLY A COUPLE TIMES", If they say "sorry about the mess" I tell them, "No worse than working in the sewer treatment plant":eek::eek: Some have taken...
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    better to be pissed off than pissed on!

    http://www.kewego.com/video/iLyROoaftIso.html
  13. they sometimes get popped loose from the tabs,...

    they sometimes get popped loose from the tabs, every once in a while I find a loose base, the filters are just extra scrap for the dumpster for me, but some guys actually use them for a cat catcher...
  14. Thread: Warranties

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    Yuma, AZ 105. LA, CA 105 Little Rock, AR 110 ...

    Yuma, AZ 105.
    LA, CA 105
    Little Rock, AR 110

    a few around 100, the rest are lower.

    http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/us-outdoor-design-temperature-humidity-d_296.html
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  16. Thread: Oil Guys

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    Time for a shop vac and a dust mask. Then a good...

    Time for a shop vac and a dust mask. Then a good oil tech. If you are not good with oil, then you may as well bring in a guy who is. Or change it out to gas.
  17. Thread: cigarettes...

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    Ran out at 3:30 am Friday night/Saturday morning...

    Ran out at 3:30 am Friday night/Saturday morning while sitting around the campfire. So 39 hrs smoke free so far, will see if I can not buy a pack in the morning.
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    We use the mfg ext. warranty, no sure why a guy...

    We use the mfg ext. warranty, no sure why a guy would want to offer a warranty themselves, one major component can cost more than the amount collected for the ext. warranty. The factory coverage is...
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    Trane/Am. Std. extended warranties are good, that...

    Trane/Am. Std. extended warranties are good, that is where he got the wording on your contract from. I would ask if this is the Am. Std. extended warranty, and if he says no, I would be a little...
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    So did ya get your limit??!! :D

    So did ya get your limit??!! :D
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    You haven't seen the old farmhouses in the...

    You haven't seen the old farmhouses in the midwest then. We don't have insulated duct in the attic(seldom anyway). Ducts are uninsulated and run in basements and crawls, gaivanized ducts can be...
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    yep, MN only allows them in Retro, and 4 plex and...

    yep, MN only allows them in Retro, and 4 plex and larger new construction.
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    I don't think long flex is duct cleanable(is that...

    I don't think long flex is duct cleanable(is that even a word:D)

    It should be replaced if it gets too dirty.
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    I prefer the nikro equipment

    I prefer the nikro equipment
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    In MN 80% furnaces may as well be gone, but in...

    In MN 80% furnaces may as well be gone, but in the mild climates they have a place. Now if they would just make them sealed combustion burners to quiet them down a bit.
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    Wish I had pics of my worst job, guy had a...

    Wish I had pics of my worst job, guy had a problem with collecting old junk electric tools huge piles of them (drills,grinders,saws, ect.) I had (no exaggeration) 8" in front of the old furnace,...
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    That would be a good call, that way in the warmer...

    That would be a good call, that way in the warmer fall and spring temps, you could use the HP instead of heating up the floors in the mornings and needing to cool off at midday.
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    If you don't want a HP, then the 20i would be my...

    If you don't want a HP, then the 20i would be my choice
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    Looking at the literature on both the 5 tons, 15i...

    Looking at the literature on both the 5 tons, 15i and 16i, they stub off the unit at 7/8, 3/8, and at about 50', I would want to guess they will recommend that size lines. A shorter run may get by...
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    prices are not simply "priced per ton" there are...

    prices are not simply "priced per ton" there are too many variable's to an installation to judge price solely on a text book install. If a ton in sand needs xx much loop field, and a ton in silty...
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    Perfect cure for the lp tank blues... There's a...

    Perfect cure for the lp tank blues... There's a little grey meter on the side of the house that seems to have a endless supply of cooking fuel. One little orfice swap, and some gas pipe, and...
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    NEver paid attention to mine. Wow! over 2G's and...

    NEver paid attention to mine. Wow! over 2G's and never noticed post 1000 or 2000, 386 to go to 3000 :)
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    I should know that, but I don't I would need to...

    I should know that, but I don't I would need to cheat and look it up.

    I used a honeywell IAQ stat on Dad's and you can hook Air exchangers, humidifiers and outdoor sensors to them and easily...
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    I thought i would add, my Dad's new 15i 3ton...

    I thought i would add, my Dad's new 15i 3ton heats his home (95 yr old leaker) with the HP down to 20 degrees, furnace kicks in below that, he feels the HP is more comfortable (due to extended run...
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    16i does not meet the EER requirement for the...

    16i does not meet the EER requirement for the 3ton, just shy by like .3 or something. Of course the 15i does not either, but is should be cheaper by enough to offset any savings you would gain by...
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    Wonder what 2 70's cars they thought they would...

    Wonder what 2 70's cars they thought they would park in there if you can't get a little midsize in it.:D If it's door width you can maybe header the openings and put in a wide door. If it's depth I...
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    Not sure what 63 db is for noise compared to 74...

    Not sure what 63 db is for noise compared to 74 db, but tranes 15i is rated at 74 db, and the one i put in my Dad's house I have to open the window right next to it to hear it running at all, and I...
  38. Thread: Freon test

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    not alone. You can go to some supply houses and...

    not alone. You can go to some supply houses and take them online there (w/ a proxy in the room) if you could take it at home it would defeat the purpose of having a test since you would have nobody...
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    yes, ideal setup would be separate 3/4" pipes for...

    yes, ideal setup would be separate 3/4" pipes for all units, but what do you think most people would say about 3- 3/4" pipes run across the floor to the drain? Most hate to have the one. But I will...
  40. Yep and you knew it was hot when the furnace fan...

    Yep and you knew it was hot when the furnace fan came on in the summer because the fricken place was over the 115 degrees that the fan switch trips at:rolleyes:

    And no that wasn't when I was a kid...
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    That's what I needed, unfortunately there is no...

    That's what I needed, unfortunately there is no extended warranty on it.

    Just remember to ask for one in the future when you need new equipment.
    Also found this for ya, not sure if that's the...
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    "Is this the best solution?" No it is not, if...

    "Is this the best solution?"

    No it is not, if you are shopping where we think you're shopping there is no factory warranty on this equipment. And pretty sure it will be installed improperly also.
  43. Thread: Water in flex

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    yep, we had a couple hi velocity units do this,...

    yep, we had a couple hi velocity units do this, we cut a block off piece for the return(foam insulation slid in filter rack) and he closes all the supply diffusers in the fall, pulls the insulation...
  44. Don't worry, they're trying that too:rolleyes:

    Don't worry, they're trying that too:rolleyes:
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    there is an extended warranty available, whether...

    there is an extended warranty available, whether the previous owners had it or not, you may be able to transfer it. the trane Txv's I have worked with are non serviceable, if you have the model and...
  46. I am not Lennox dealer, but as far as Trane...

    I am not Lennox dealer, but as far as Trane goes, they require removal of the suction line filter after it has cleaned up the system. I would not have installed a suction line filter unless there...
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    unfortunately that is a fact. Not sure how old...

    unfortunately that is a fact. Not sure how old the system is, but if it is old, may want to invest in a new system that has a 10 yr parts and labor warranty, then the only cost for mechanical...
  48. should be ok, he's not the only one who has never...

    should be ok, he's not the only one who has never flowed nitrogen while brazing. My guess would be 98% don't:D I do now, but until recent 410a classes (3-4 yrs ago) I had never heard such a thing...
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    I've only had one vision pro failure so far, and...

    I've only had one vision pro failure so far, and that was just a partially dead touch screen, not all the areas for buttons would respond to touch (most likely from heavy fingers hammering the screen)
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    I've got 2. Wouldn't buy anything different. 1...

    I've got 2. Wouldn't buy anything different. 1 for service, one for install. Now if only I was better at essay's I may have been able to say 3 :D
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