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    Yep, we have the core removal tools but only one...

    Yep, we have the core removal tools but only one of them, it only was ever used to change schrader cores. The company I'm at is a little behind the times but I"m working on getting them up to speed...
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    4 valve manifold worth it?

    Lately I've been considering looking for a 4 valve manifold. The J/B zeppelin all black ( competitor to the cps black max I suppose ) has caught my eye. For $190 with hoses, almost can't go wrong. ...
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    Universal multi-hp motors

    Hey guys, just wanted to know some opinions on multi-hp replacement motors. We carry the diversitech blower motors and condenser fan motors. I'm not really impressed with them, my first...
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    When you let the charge go, which service valve...

    When you let the charge go, which service valve did you open first? I was told at a Goodman class, the suction service valve should be opened first. If you do liquid first you could void the oil...
  5. Thread: Lineset kinks

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    It was just an ac checkup call, i did say service...

    It was just an ac checkup call, i did say service in my original post. But yeah, the fact that it was the suction line with just vapor, I didnt think too heavily on it. Especially since I couldnt...
  6. Thread: Lineset kinks

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    Lineset kinks

    Last week I went on a job, cooling service, 8 year old Goodman 2.5 ton straight cool. I noticed several signs of a hack job, one being the suction line being kinked where they tried making a...
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    If you have a DMM with the ability to read...

    If you have a DMM with the ability to read capacitance, I'd also check the indoor blower run capacitor. Could be weak, causing the blower to run slower than it should. Are you familiar with how to...
  8. Thread: CPS Vacrometer

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    CPS Vacrometer

    I'm having some issues with my CPS micron gauge that's only been used..3 times since I bought it. Had a funky issue the second time. I have it set up at the pump with a tee, ball valve directly on...
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    Now I see where the confusion came from. My...

    Now I see where the confusion came from. My first post, the mfd's I listed was just an example. The one in question is a 40/5.
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    Yep its a 40. Well on the compressor side. Its...

    Yep its a 40. Well on the compressor side. Its a 40/5 dual run. I'll start practicing that way of testing caps under load tomorrow. Got 3 A/C pm's to go on, great time to repeat that test and get...
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    Ok, so according to that calculation my parents...

    Ok, so according to that calculation my parents unit pulls 4.8A on the start wire, 359 volts between c and herm, do the math, gives me 35.4 mfd under load. Its a 40mfd on the comp side, reads 38.9...
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    Well, that test is done disconnected with my...

    Well, that test is done disconnected with my meter on capacitance. Honestly I never was taught the way to test a capacitor while in the circuit under load. Would I be taking amp readings in that...
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    Testing dual run caps

    There's a trend I notice when going on A/C PM jobs. When testing the dual run, say a 45/5, the fan side is always a little high, usually over 5, while the compressor side is almost always lower on...
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    Ok, maybe you guys are seeing the name "supco"...

    Ok, maybe you guys are seeing the name "supco" and are thinking of the super boost type kit. The 3w1 kit is a seperate potential relay and start cap. Just like a factory start kit. Black from 5 to...
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    LOL, how about that. Nice catch!

    LOL, how about that. Nice catch!
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    Isn't the supco 3w1 kit the same as a 5-2-1...

    Isn't the supco 3w1 kit the same as a 5-2-1 basicly? Actually says it replaces that kit. Both are for 1-3 ton applications
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    Thing about the noise it makes is, it doesn't do...

    Thing about the noise it makes is, it doesn't do it every time, it's kinda rare to be honest. It's made that noise before. I'm probably being paranoid about it lol, but it's my parents unit so I...
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    Update on the thread.. Well, the start kit I...

    Update on the thread.. Well, the start kit I ended up getting for it is the Supco 3w1. Seems like a nice little kit, it's the 3 wire version with the potential relay, and bracket that the cap snaps...
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    Them greedy mofo's

    Them greedy mofo's
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    Ok, I'll pick one up at the supply house and pop...

    Ok, I'll pick one up at the supply house and pop it in this weekend. I gotta wonder why Bryant wouldn't equip them from the factory with the kit originally. Maybe not all systems were equipped with...
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    Start assist kit necessary?

    Hey guys, I have a question on the A/C in my parents house. It's a 2 1/2 ton Bryant Evolution 14 seer with a scroll compressor. System has a TXV. The wiring diagram has a spot for an optional...
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    Explain your last statement there. Condenser TD...

    Explain your last statement there. Condenser TD 0*F? You don't mean my low and high side gauges reading the same do you? Or do u mean temp on the gauge compared with LL temp?

    Is there a way to...
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    Ditto on that one. I'm going to try the Ice...

    Ditto on that one. I'm going to try the Ice water test.
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    I've had good luck with mine, like I said if I...

    I've had good luck with mine, like I said if I know the exact ambient temp, I'll let my pipe clamp then k type sense it, they both are accurate, the fluke k type takes longer to stabilize though I...
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    Really? How about that. It's a shame the Fluke...

    Really? How about that. It's a shame the Fluke 52 is over 300 bucks, I really don't want to shell out that much right now
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