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    I think there insurance rate just left our...

    I think there insurance rate just left our planet!!
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    Based purely on info given, you either have: a...

    Based purely on info given, you either have:

    a restriction in the in-line gas turn off valve at tank,
    unit gas valve pressure not set correctly,
    gas regulator is faulty,
    or pressure in...
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    Service work in Afghanistan? I would still like...

    Service work in Afghanistan? I would still like to ride on of those puppies one day!
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    Yes, most heat pumps have an accumulator to...

    Yes, most heat pumps have an accumulator to prevent any refrigerant entering the compressor. Flooding of the compressor can occur when modes are shifted from heat to cool if no accumulator is present...
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    Wow, so much for computer security...

    Wow, so much for computer security...
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    Nitrogen being present at the braze is critical...

    Nitrogen being present at the braze is critical for oxidation not to form, as long as the nitrogen flow has a entrance and an exit.

    If even a little pressure builds in the line being brazed, it...
  7. Experience showed me early on they will give you...

    Experience showed me early on they will give you as many calls as they can.

    If it takes you working 3 hours over everyday, that is what it takes.

    But after 6 years of that from one company to...
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    Welcome to HVAC-Talk! There is alot of...

    Welcome to HVAC-Talk!

    There is alot of knowledge here to be shared.
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    I ran commercial cvt tile for close to 2 years...

    I ran commercial cvt tile for close to 2 years and I had to buy knee pads.I tried foam pads of varying densities but I was in pain still. I ended up having to buy a set of gel knee pads even though I...
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    I run a Dewalt 14.4V. I bought it years ago,maybe...

    I run a Dewalt 14.4V. I bought it years ago,maybe 6? I looked at the new ones and they are half the size of my old one and half the weight on the Lithium models. Ive drop mine repeatedly onto...
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    My old sc66 has a Max button for measuring the...

    My old sc66 has a Max button for measuring the max current draw from the time the load first starts. Is this not the same principle?
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    Can you say "high head?" or "fluctuating...

    Can you say "high head?" or "fluctuating pressures" umm "noisy line set " or jeez maybe eventual "compressor hard start?" ...:beat:
  13. I saw this vid and wondered the same thing....

    I saw this vid and wondered the same thing. What's wrong with HVAC-TALK?
    What's wrong with Digicool?Not the first time I have heard bad things about the Testo digitals though.
    Digicool still gets...
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    Is it just me or does it seem like overkill to...

    Is it just me or does it seem like overkill to have both analog and digital on the same gauge?
    If I wanted old school fine,if I want digi's cool,but both together on the same unit?
    Personally I...
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    I haven't ever heard anything bad about the 5%...

    I haven't ever heard anything bad about the 5% rods for plain copper to copper.Although I have found old connections that have cracked at the joint and leaking refrigerant.I know that 15% produces a...
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    Is there a digital mano still made in America? ...

    Is there a digital mano still made in America?

    Fluke perhaps?
  17. 490 tons of gold in 2011,933 metric tons in 2012,...

    490 tons of gold in 2011,933 metric tons in 2012, and China is crashing?

    Mee-don-tink-so... I think someone is speculating on inflation:playing:
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    Still got my 8 year old SC66...works every...

    Still got my 8 year old SC66...works every time.:cheers:
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    I oil change every time on burnouts. And every 5...

    I oil change every time on burnouts. And every 5 uses on everything else.

    I have never had a situation when my 6 cfm YJ pump would fail to reach an overall balance of 500 microns.
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    Flukes are no longer in America? It is the end,...

    Flukes are no longer in America? It is the end, I am sure now..:couchhide:
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    Mag Lite Mini non led that will not die.. and...

    Mag Lite Mini non led that will not die.. and clamp on Fluke LVD1 3 volt :playing:
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    My redwings track so much mud in and out of...

    My redwings track so much mud in and out of customers homes I have to change shoe coverings multiple times a job:gah:

    Thinking about looking into Keen..:playing:
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    Man,I would have to say after using analogs for...

    Man,I would have to say after using analogs for so long it would be nice to have clamp on SH and SC reading. I am leaning toward the Digi's.:cheers:
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    Monroe makes some really good adjustable air...

    Monroe makes some really good adjustable air shocks. I have ran these before and they do the job and last. The issue is the initial price for the shocks and the installation, not to mention when you...
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