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    You can charge a txv device as long as its over...

    You can charge a txv device as long as its over 37 deg and you use the charging jacket
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    Sorry I had It confused with the srh3, I love it,...

    Sorry I had It confused with the srh3, I love it, same principal but it has 2 probes so I assume it will work as well but with a few more features
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    Oops wrong tool, I guess I should read not just...

    Oops wrong tool, I guess I should read not just look at the tool, I have the tempature probe that calculates super heat. Not this one
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    Veto I love mine

    Veto I love mine
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    I've got one and owned it all last cooling season...

    I've got one and owned it all last cooling season and I love it
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    The fieldpiece jacket works great, I've...

    The fieldpiece jacket works great, I've calculated lineset lengths and calculated charge, then put the jacket on a few times and weigh the charge in with gauges and it has always come out the same as...
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    Yes timjimbob what is the mistake, the furnace...

    Yes timjimbob what is the mistake, the furnace shows the p trap on the side and even has holes to install it there but I keep reading to lower it, is the mistake armstrongs ?
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    Well I greatly appreciate your responses, I also...

    Well I greatly appreciate your responses, I also have found something, and it's right in the install manual, putting an accelerator on the end of the flu, bringing it from 2" to 1 1/2 inches , and...
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    Armstrong pressure switch problem

    We have been experiencing way too many problems with these furnaces and looking to see if anyone has ran into this, many furnaces giving code 3, pressure switchable 95% armstrongs, flu is properly...
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    Is it a 90%, if so is the flu blocked at all?

    Is it a 90%, if so is the flu blocked at all?
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    I had a call today where the guy was hanging...

    I had a call today where the guy was hanging shelves and the screw hit something hard and would not go through, so he went and got a drill, yep you guessed it GASLINE, the funny part is that he was...
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    That sounds like you have a problem with the...

    That sounds like you have a problem with the voltage coming in to the unit possible, a trained service tech will be able to find that out for sure
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    Carrier and Bryant are also offering 10 year...

    Carrier and Bryant are also offering 10 year parts warranty too, it comes with 5 and if you get online and register them it will increase it to 10 for free
  14. I mean pc, damn auto correct

    I mean pc, damn auto correct
  15. Ha your my kind of geek, I mean guy, I'm a total...

    Ha your my kind of geek, I mean guy, I'm a total computer geek and love that you have your system linked to your PCM, now that's just awsome
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    As long as the unit has not run too long with low...

    As long as the unit has not run too long with low refrigerant it should be ok, but I would definitely.recover the refrigerant and nitro purge and good vacuum make sure no moisture
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    They need a like button on here like Facebook so...

    They need a like button on here like Facebook so you can just say hey I like that
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    Pull the connector off the flame sensor hook one...

    Pull the connector off the flame sensor hook one jumper from your meter to the flame sensor and the other to the wire you pulled off of it, fire the system, you should get 0.5 microampers
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    nicely put

    nicely put
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    Ok 2sac I didn't realize he had been working on...

    Ok 2sac I didn't realize he had been working on it for two weeks, I guess that might deserve an insult
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    Why does everyone have to be so negative towards...

    Why does everyone have to be so negative towards people, if the guy don't know how to test a flame sensor wouldn't it be a little easier and nicer to teach him how rather than insult him, at least he...
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    Johnstone

    Johnstone
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    That makes sense, it's not actual sandpaper I've...

    That makes sense, it's not actual sandpaper I've been using but a sanding cloth, but I will switch just to be safe, thank you for the advice , I'm always wanting to do things the right way
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    Mr bill can you tell me why you wouldn't clean a...

    Mr bill can you tell me why you wouldn't clean a flame sensor with sand paper, I have always seen it done that way and the school I went to did the same, just curious, always wanting to do things the...
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    Might want to check the stat wire for continuity...

    Might want to check the stat wire for continuity se if there is a short in the stat wire
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