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  1. Thread: Boiler Question

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    OPW

    OPW
  2. Zone synchronization. Tekmar does it for hydronic...

    Zone synchronization. Tekmar does it for hydronic zoning, not sure if anyone has a system that does it for forced air.

    It is a great idea, reduces cycling.
  3. Maybe he didn't realize you could exit either...

    Maybe he didn't realize you could exit either side of the indoor head with the lineset and cut another hole so he could use the right hand side lol
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    Yes, CO2 is a byproduct of combustion. But I...

    Yes, CO2 is a byproduct of combustion. But I doubt that is what you are measuring, even if all the exhaust were venting into the house I doubt it would show up on your CO2 sensor.

    I would check...
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    Lennox recently switched to Cleveland Controls as...

    Lennox recently switched to Cleveland Controls as their pressure switch vendor. They look identical to Honeywell, so not sure if CC makes the honeywell switches or vice versa.
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    All? Not.

    All? Not.
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    I thot this sight wuz for helpin, now you just...

    I thot this sight wuz for helpin, now you just criticezes me


    :beat::troll2::LOL:
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    If that compressor was capable of discharging...

    If that compressor was capable of discharging 500psi there was not a thing wrong with it. I would take it if I was closer and PHM doesn't get it :D
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    Teddy bear will tell you that Ultra air is the...

    Teddy bear will tell you that Ultra air is the best.

    I really have never worked on or installed one, but I have installed the Aprilaire and they are very nice quiet units.
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    And if we are going to split hairs, thermocouples...

    And if we are going to split hairs, thermocouples do not produce current if there is no load, just a DC voltage potential. lol
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    Pretty sure that was a tongue in cheek reply :)

    Pretty sure that was a tongue in cheek reply :)
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    Hence the ~ symbol I typed in front of the 100. ...

    Hence the ~ symbol I typed in front of the 100. I have seen them all the way from 50 volts to 120 volts.
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    Yes, I'm often surprised at the number of guys...

    Yes, I'm often surprised at the number of guys (some of them with years of "experience") that don't even realize that there is ~100 volts AC going to the rod at all times, and where this voltage...
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    They all have their place. I prefer a Testo 510...

    They all have their place. I prefer a Testo 510 due to small size. I would like to have a few Magnehelic gauges of different ranges. A 0 - .25 is nice for negative pressure gas valves.
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    One roof I used to work on had a cell phone...

    One roof I used to work on had a cell phone antenna less than 2 ft from the cooling tower. Maintenance guy always shut it off when I needed to work on it. He claimed it would be a very inexpensive...
  16. Thread: Picking a CA

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    Yes, the training is as important as the...

    Yes, the training is as important as the analyzer. Many free combustion training courses have a lot of bad information and guys are not only doing it wrong, but also not getting the full advantage of...
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    Never seen jack stands used for that, works I...

    Never seen jack stands used for that, works I guess.
  18. Thread: Fluke Microamps

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    I know someone else that has never had problems,...

    I know someone else that has never had problems, but mine failed, I sent it in, failed again. So I bought a Fieldpiece SC56 which has been perfect for 4 or 5 years now.
  19. Thread: Fluke Microamps

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    I agree, I used to have the UEI Phoenix when it...

    I agree, I used to have the UEI Phoenix when it still had a slide switch, very versatile meter but dust and dirt would get under the switch and screw it up. I see they now have a dial switch.
  20. Thread: Fluke Microamps

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    Except for an amp clamp ;)

    Except for an amp clamp ;)
  21. Thread: Trane Voyager

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    I hear ya, maybe I'm weird, I like pulse furnaces...

    I hear ya, maybe I'm weird, I like pulse furnaces too :)
  22. Thread: Trane Voyager

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    What if it is a new one? They still make them. ...

    What if it is a new one? They still make them.

    Nothing wrong with the Voyagers, good units.
  23. Thread: Fluke Microamps

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    Maybe because it cannot test thermistors. Or...

    Maybe because it cannot test thermistors. Or maybe because it cannot measure DC millivolts. 2 important measurements in the hvac world.
  24. You're lucky, all my roofs are white this time of...

    You're lucky, all my roofs are white this time of year. :)
  25. Our local distributor (Gustave Larson) has a...

    Our local distributor (Gustave Larson) has a couple really good trane tech support gurus.
  26. Thread: Reflok tool

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    I borrowed one from the auto repair shop I used...

    I borrowed one from the auto repair shop I used to work at to get some bolts loose on a pump. Worked great, no flame to set off smoke alarms
  27. Thread: Reflok tool

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  28. And to clear up one thing for the op, you will...

    And to clear up one thing for the op, you will not see positive pressure on the outlet of the gas valve if orifice is plugged. In a negative pressure valve the gas is basically sucked out of it. If...
  29. Ok, but that has nothing to do with the type of...

    Ok, but that has nothing to do with the type of refrigerant. I had a 18 seer r22 unit at my previous house, it is more efficient than a 13 seer R410a unit. Therefore r22 units are more efficient than...
  30. How do you figure that?

    How do you figure that?
  31. Did you say combustion fan runs all the time?

    Did you say combustion fan runs all the time?
  32. Gas pressure

    Gas pressure
  33. Thread: Lennox model #

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    Do you mean gcs16-653? I do believe that is a 5...

    Do you mean gcs16-653? I do believe that is a 5 ton.
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    How's it going cody! Figured you wouldn't...

    How's it going cody!

    Figured you wouldn't mind if I bumped your thread.

    Excellent work as usual!
  35. Replace the rest of the parts

    Replace the rest of the parts
  36. Thread: Reflok tool

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    Job security!

    Job security!
  37. Thread: Reflok tool

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    Last company I worked for tried the lokring...

    Last company I worked for tried the lokring product. High failure rate.
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    My 12v Dewalt lithium works great. At zero...

    My 12v Dewalt lithium works great. At zero degrees it definitely has less power but still works if the battery is fully charged
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    The CO angel can be muted, but only for 5 minutes...

    The CO angel can be muted, but only for 5 minutes or so, then it is beeping again.
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    The sensit p100 doesn't alarm until 50ppm? I...

    The sensit p100 doesn't alarm until 50ppm? I want to be alerted waaaaay sooner than that.
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    I believe that the CO angel is made by sensorcon,...

    I believe that the CO angel is made by sensorcon, very good unit. Only difference is the CO angel starts beeping at 15 ppm and the sensorcon at 35 ppm.
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    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vUKolh8Q9hA

    http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vUKolh8Q9hA
  43. Thread: Head lamps

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    My nitecore i2 charger quit working on one side...

    My nitecore i2 charger quit working on one side after only 6 or 7 charges. 1 Bay still works.

    Anyone know of a better one? Mainly for charging 18650
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    Lennox didn't make the switches, MPL did. This is...

    Lennox didn't make the switches, MPL did. This is an old problem that they have been open and talking about for 2 years. As of September this year they changed vendors, Cleveland Controls makes them...
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    Yes I mean TSI, I've never used a TPI

    Yes I mean TSI, I've never used a TPI
  46. Very common for those pressure switches to get...

    Very common for those pressure switches to get bad contacts, had to change a lot of them.
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    The 320 is much faster than the 327

    The 320 is much faster than the 327
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    I've heard good things about wohler, have no...

    I've heard good things about wohler, have no personal experience with them though
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    Might be something wrong with your 320. I went...

    Might be something wrong with your 320. I went from a TSI to the 320 and if anything the 320 is faster.
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    Accurate to what standard?

    Accurate to what standard?
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