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    temperature sensitive one time link

    Put the correct part back in or increase your insurance!Those are temperature actuated and have different ratings by model and manufacturer.(Same thing used on strip heaters inside of air side of...
  2. Recalling from about twenty or more years ago...

    Recalling from about twenty or more years ago there were several devices like that which were designed to break the gas valve power based on outlet temperature.Theory being you did not "need" full...
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    Interesting idea,reminds me of a wine cooler...

    Interesting idea,reminds me of a wine cooler control which was a probe in a bottle of fluid which sensed fluid temp. and cycled unit through a logic board which also inputted room temp. and...
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    Unico is rebranded Spacepac

    When installed exactly per instructions these systems work great!Problems arise when oh it's close enough or well this should work are the installing parameters.Only real negative thing with this...
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    look out!

    You need to get a pro to fix this before you get hurt!I have a good idea what's wrong and since you do not it's time for you to get professional help,as in call for a service call from your hvac...
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    filling radiators

    Older three story mansion in Spring Valley,DC=lotsa money.Very late on new install on Friday night and wanted to get done before Saturday so I had helper replace radiator bleeds as I filled from...
  7. Thread: manual J

    by carene 7
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    manual J

    Finally giving up the paper and pencil (I think) and moving to a program based format.Hoping for some thoughts/input as to who offers the best practical version.I'm looking for ease of use (I'm old,...
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    That,my friend,is a screwdriver disconnect and...

    That,my friend,is a screwdriver disconnect and only available in specialty shops.LOL
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    Some jurisdictions do not require fused...

    Some jurisdictions do not require fused disconnects and the use of "buss bars" is accepted practice,but they are brass.
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    Silicone will quiet any type of register,diffuser...

    Silicone will quiet any type of register,diffuser or grill.Remove noisy item,apply from duct side,let dry and then reinstall.(clear is the least noticeable)
    ps. been doing this for decades with no...
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    condensate return pump?Not too common on...

    condensate return pump?Not too common on residential steam in my area.Either way,steam is not a diy project.Get an expert.
  12. Thread: Furnace leak

    by carene 7
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    It looks like you have a boiler.Can't tell from...

    It looks like you have a boiler.Can't tell from picture but appears to be domestic hot water coil gasket is leaking.If so,get professional help for the repair.Hope this helps.
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    Forgot to add it is held in place with a small...

    Forgot to add it is held in place with a small allen head fitting which you can unscrew to access it.
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    If I remember correctly the incoming filter is...

    If I remember correctly the incoming filter is almost like a dissacant material and you will not see through it.Sounds more like a regulator diaphram problem.Hope this helps.
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    old school demand defrost

    Let's not forget the electric heat that cycles with each defrost cycle.Fondly remembering the old days of GE with their pressure switch defrost,the ultimate in simplicity and 100% demand operated.
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    Inclined manometer has more potential in my...

    Inclined manometer has more potential in my opinion.Have three and a magnahelic as well.Pretty neat what they can tell you.
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    Big leaks suck in lots of air and the compressor...

    Big leaks suck in lots of air and the compressor doesn't care what it compresses.Thinking seperated suction line or fitting but definately on the low side.Hope this helps.
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    I'm thinking BIG leak,as in sucking in air on low...

    I'm thinking BIG leak,as in sucking in air on low side.Nitro,and you will hear it.
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    GE H10

    Still using the GE H10 that I bought new thirty two years ago!Never stolen or lost.Have replaced the sensor twice and the probe/wand once.That thirty pound can of R11 has been refilling the the test...
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    bandaides for meathooks

    If you have absolutely no idea as to how common duct/fittings etc are made,fitted and installed try to hang around a tinnocker for a few hours.It will give you some sense as to what works and what...
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    Don't forget the ERG remotes tied into the hot...

    Don't forget the ERG remotes tied into the hot water tanks which them were piped into baseboard.Oh those were the days!
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    Car camping or backpacking?Big difference in...

    Car camping or backpacking?Big difference in gear.In the DC area it's possible to rent stuff from REI instead of buying.#1 rule to avoid bears is keep your food and anything that smells...
  23. Washington DC area we typically hit the condenser...

    Washington DC area we typically hit the condenser coils every other year unless they need it more often.Evaporator coils with a tight return and maintained filters can go a looong time before needing...
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    tools

    7/16,1/2,9/16 combo wrenches
    3/8x7/16 open wrench
    10" and 6" adj.wrenches
    10" or 12" channel locks
    6" or 8" needle nose
    6" sidecutters
    linesman's
    1/4,5/16,3/8 and 5/32 nutdrivers
    several GOOD...
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    vacuum

    Good vacuum untenable.Unhappy with prospect of checking lines up the side of the building but given suddeness of loss of charge and no signs elsewhere will have to go that route.Given lack of...
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