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    I have been given a test with a list of...

    I have been given a test with a list of components and had to make a drawing with them and explain how they work in the system.
  2. Thread: New Old Fart

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    Welcome to the forum, hope you get to the top of...

    Welcome to the forum, hope you get to the top of the ladder one day.
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    Welcome to the forums, if you enjoy...

    Welcome to the forums, if you enjoy troubleshooting and fixing things, this is a great career for you!
  4. Thread: New member

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    Welcome to the forums.

    Welcome to the forums.
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    What went wrong with the one you have? I have the...

    What went wrong with the one you have? I have the same tool and mine works well. I have found that I need to leave the rear seal a little loose while removing the schrader core so that system...
  6. Thread: "master" HVAC

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    Yeah, I am not sure I would want my company logo...

    Yeah, I am not sure I would want my company logo out there on his videos.
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    Tell us about your solution Twilly!

    Tell us about your solution Twilly!
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    ncboston, all you can do is give it a try. Let us...

    ncboston, all you can do is give it a try. Let us know what you think. Personally, I have never tried beef with sauerkraut. Has always been either pork or hot dogs.
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    Pork Loin rubbed with sage, don't add any water....

    Pork Loin rubbed with sage, don't add any water. Cook 8-10 hrs on low. Usually cook potatoes and another veggie for it on stove. Pork almost cuts itself. Then I pull left over pork and make bar-b-que...
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    A Lady just found you. Is there more to this...

    A Lady just found you. Is there more to this story......?
  11. Thread: Copper Tubing

    by Adnshel
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    In my area, Type M is approved for residential. I...

    In my area, Type M is approved for residential. I use L, I like the thicker wall for longevity. L is required for Commercial work. As stated, K is required for underground and soft drawn is commonly...
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    Could be a big mistake that the govt is trying to...

    Could be a big mistake that the govt is trying to cover up.
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    They like to hire from the neck down sometimes.

    They like to hire from the neck down sometimes.
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    m-cool, was there a difference between what you...

    m-cool, was there a difference between what you measured and them?
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    How old is the dishwasher?

    How old is the dishwasher?
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    Interesting kayak, if you get it...let me know...

    Interesting kayak, if you get it...let me know how it works.
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    This should give you an idea. ...

    This should give you an idea.

    http://www.wildernesssystems.com/product/index/products/angler/angler_tarpon/tarpon_120_angler/
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    Maybe the guy was trying to get the proper pipe...

    Maybe the guy was trying to get the proper pipe length away from the header? ;) Too bad he forgot it is supposed to stay inside the case?
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    If you want to fish, your best bet is a...

    If you want to fish, your best bet is a sit-on-top, any of the reputable brands will do. If you can find a group that paddles and see if you can try theirs out before you decide what you want. You...
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    Pictures would help greatly, that way we could...

    Pictures would help greatly, that way we could make sure the return does not have a sheet metal access door that you are not seeing.
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    Toby, returns don't connect to the plenum. Take...

    Toby, returns don't connect to the plenum. Take another look at your system. Need more information. Do you have a furnace or heat pump? when you take the access covers off the unit, where is the...
  22. If you can wait till Monday, call for service. It...

    If you can wait till Monday, call for service. It would be better to have a technician inspect the system than a home inspection service. Either the tech will let you know the system is running...
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    You take good notes, but you do not understand...

    You take good notes, but you do not understand how the system works. Do you think it is possible that you could make things worse before fixing the problem? As long as you have plenty of money to...
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    BMathews If you read the OP, and if this is...

    BMathews

    If you read the OP, and if this is installed as an upflow....how are you going to install the evap coil effectively? Also, the OP talks about multi-positional....that is talking about...
  25. Thread: selanoid valve

    by Adnshel
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    If the valve is directional, you will have to...

    If the valve is directional, you will have to remove and re-install in the correct direction. It is because of the flow pattern through the valve, and it minimizes turbulence and maximizes flow.
  26. Thread: BTU??

    by Adnshel
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    Ask your contractors to see the manual j load...

    Ask your contractors to see the manual j load calc they used to determine system size. The contractor that gets it to you and explains it would get my money if I were you.
  27. Not necessarily a "bad" install, but you have...

    Not necessarily a "bad" install, but you have every right to ask the installing contractor the reason they did not terminate the air intake outside. There is a benefit to having the intake outside,...
  28. If you don't feel the situation is being...

    If you don't feel the situation is being addressed, you can call the manufacturer and explain the situation. They may send out a tech from another company or one of their field engineers. I am sure...
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    Larry, there is no replacement for a quality...

    Larry, there is no replacement for a quality install to maximize the efficiency of the system.
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    See crazy new stuff on this site daily, I've...

    See crazy new stuff on this site daily, I've never seen the coil installed with the apex down, how is it going to drain condensate?
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    The General should have paperwork stating who is...

    The General should have paperwork stating who is balancing the system. Normally an outside contractor on a large job. if a small job, it is usually the company that installs the equipment.
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    What are the conditions in the mechanical room?

    What are the conditions in the mechanical room?
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    Voting is Complete!

    Voting is Complete!
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    A couple three chain falls, set of skates, lots...

    A couple three chain falls, set of skates, lots of cribbing, nylon straps and shackles should do the trick.
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    Hopefully it won't be long before you feel that...

    Hopefully it won't be long before you feel that sense of accomplishment in your pocketbook. I will know how you feel soon, I am finishing up my associates degree in applied science next semester....
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    I agree with Keith, calling pro is good advice....

    I agree with Keith, calling pro is good advice. You don't want to risk improper combustion or other hazards associated with not fixing the furnace properly.
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    Could be, could also be a friend helping out a...

    Could be, could also be a friend helping out a friend!
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    A plug would not have looked as nice and he would...

    A plug would not have looked as nice and he would not have been able to charge much.
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    Commonly referred to as a "Bomb" Worthy of a...

    Commonly referred to as a "Bomb"

    Worthy of a Red Tag
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    I bet they did the same thing to the water heater...

    I bet they did the same thing to the water heater when it began leaking. At least the solder joints look good!
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    That is proof that some people should just be...

    That is proof that some people should just be shot!
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    We have one of these we are having issues with,...

    We have one of these we are having issues with, when put in bypass...it runs the motor, but in normal operation the motor looks like it will rotate but doesn't, any help would be appreciated.
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    The best gun control involved using 2 hands...

    The best gun control involved using 2 hands instead of 1 hand.
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    It sucks when you put a lot of time and effort...

    It sucks when you put a lot of time and effort into a system that just keeps taking a dump on you.
  45. Fishin, sounds like you have always done pretty...

    Fishin, sounds like you have always done pretty well for yourself. Don't be too hard on her...she has probably been that generous for years and needs to tighten the purse strings while times are...
  46. Does the subscription send a confirmation email?

    Does the subscription send a confirmation email?
  47. Thread: Carbon Dioxide

    by Adnshel
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    Thanks for the info, Is it pretty effective at...

    Thanks for the info, Is it pretty effective at cleaning out the condenser coils? I am guessing you are blowing from the inside out?
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    Uni, that was AWESOME! I don't guess you worked...

    Uni, that was AWESOME! I don't guess you worked for him any longer and have never missed a beat.
  49. Thread: Carbon Dioxide

    by Adnshel
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    Carbon Dioxide

    I have heard many of you refer to having CO2. I was wondering what you are using it for?
  50. Also think about the work you are bringing to the...

    Also think about the work you are bringing to the Big company. Who is getting the better deal if you go to work for them?
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