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    ::DD: I thought the same thing! ...

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    I thought the same thing! Wooo...intense!
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    According to the EPA and EugenetheJeep, who got...

    According to the EPA and EugenetheJeep, who got his HC certification...you CAN. I think Eugene was issued some proprietary recovery unit that's approved for HC refrigerants, along with some little...
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    Well, he has posts in the pro forums, but got...

    Well, he has posts in the pro forums, but got bumped for some reason.

    Only Dad knows for sure...
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    No...of course there is. . . . . Seriously...

    No...of course there is.
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    Seriously though. Try sending Dad a PM. The link is right there in his profile.
  5. To get slightly back on my original topic... ...

    To get slightly back on my original topic...

    We already have a few in this forum that have trained up for servicing HC-refrigerant based REFRIGERATION units. RSES offers that training. I think...
  6. LOL! Bet you wanted to say that back in the...

    LOL! Bet you wanted to say that back in the nineties when you got your first recovery unit. If you did refrigeration back then, I'm sure you were particularly frustrated with all of the replacement...
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    I had one looking like that which was crammed...

    I had one looking like that which was crammed into a former walk-in - being used as just a storage room. So...think "room with a low ceiling."

    The machine was exactly that filthy. My problem...
  8. ^^^^^Ah! My time ran out to edit.^^^^^ "Often...

    ^^^^^Ah! My time ran out to edit.^^^^^

    "Often times, an improperly coupled quick-disconnect can still feed gas to the appliance, but only at immeasurable varying degrees. I've seen three-bank...
  9. Your unit is one of Pitco's Solstice-line of...

    Your unit is one of Pitco's Solstice-line of fryers.

    That fryer DOES have a pilot light. It's perched up in there in between two central main burners. It lights up via a spark from an electronic...
  10. Well, my intent over at AMAZON is to educate the...

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    Now... what about Rural King Frost 22a?[/QUOTE]

    Well, my intent over at AMAZON is to educate the consumer from the point-of-sale side of it all...as well as discourage their sales. I may...
  11. I stand corrected. I looked it up AFTER posting...

    I stand corrected. I looked it up AFTER posting this topic, but I was too late to correct my mistake:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Difluoromethane



    On the contrary...

    I fail to see that...
  12. HA! I just went through the steps myself and it...

    HA! I just went through the steps myself and it did the same thing!

    Oh well, may be a glitch in the forum. Yes, try again in the morning. If it doesn't work then, I've resorted to using...
  13. Try this: In the QUICK REPLY window, choose...

    Try this:


    In the QUICK REPLY window, choose GO ADVANCED.
    In that window, there's an icon with a paperclip (refer to my picture below). Click on that icon and and a new window called FILE...
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    Here's a lengthy discussion within this forum on...

    Here's a lengthy discussion within this forum on the same idea:

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?633362-Water-mist-help-cooling-my-AC-condenser-unit&highlight=water+mister
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    Besides that, his markup (percentage-wise) on...

    Besides that, his markup (percentage-wise) on that beer is greater than your markup of that generator. "But HEY! All he has to do is pluck it out of the cooler, open it and set it in front of you!"...
  16. EPA’s proposed changes for use of Hydrocarbon Refrigerants

    YUP! More equipment added to the list...including some air conditioners and heat pumps. OH...and some new refrigerants TOO!
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    We already have a post of SNAP's new list of unacceptable...
  17. Thread: Frost 22a

    by ECtofix
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    The only units legally using flammable...

    The only units legally using flammable refrigerants are certain SMALL domestic and commercial refrigeration units that came from the factory as such. Otherwise, if you happen to discover any...
  18. Getting moisture from UNDER the carpeting that...

    Getting moisture from UNDER the carpeting that has soaked into the mat is the hardest part.

    Have you tried renting carpet extractors and blowers? Use them in that order.
  19. This is a very informative thread here. For...

    This is a very informative thread here.

    For one thing – just to hear the experiences and results of others using a micron gauge is comforting to know. At one time a long, long time ago, I only...
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    I think he was highlighting the LACK of access to...

    I think he was highlighting the LACK of access to the electrical control box on the the condenser.

    Anyway...

    I think I'm fixin' to get schooled on the ways that other municipalities' CODE the...
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    I take it she surpassed her allotted times that...

    I take it she surpassed her allotted times that she could complain.

    I understand that.:yes:





    If you AREN'T a EPA card-bearing technician, then what are you wanting to charge your R-22...
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    Thanks for that. I'll share that fun-ness with...

    Thanks for that. I'll share that fun-ness with the guys at work tomorrow. :whistle:
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    Never heard of it put that way...and I disagree...

    Never heard of it put that way...and I disagree with that.

    A "spark" is the transfer of electrons from two points bearing opposite electrical charges - just like a basic circuit. An ignition...
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    Not just a drop-in. Many 2014 Chrysler vehicles...

    Not just a drop-in. Many 2014 Chrysler vehicles have it in there from the assembly line, including the Jeep:

    http://www.allpar.com/news/index.php/2013/12/chrysler-and-r1234yf

    To quote from...
  25. Thread: Pot o' Beans

    by ECtofix
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    Thanks for sharing that. Looks & sounds...

    Thanks for sharing that. Looks & sounds delicious. I just did some great baked beans for a larger group a few weeks ago. They all disappeared. I'll do up this POT OF BEANS next time.
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