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  1. remember when your "recovery unit" was a long...

    remember when your "recovery unit" was a long garden hose ran out the back door, then whirlpool came up with a recovery bag you just blew the r12 into the bag.
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    I replaced one years ago in a Hotpoint the loop...

    I replaced one years ago in a Hotpoint the loop was behind the brake strip you may be able to remove it and braze up the hole
  3. Thread: Poke Salad

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    I have eaten it and never thought it was strong,...

    I have eaten it and never thought it was strong, it is best when you scramble eggs in it. It is poison if you don't boil it good just be sure to use young leaves, but I have heard that people fry the...
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    YJ Gas Retention Valve

    I haven't seen one of these before has anyone used one of these, what exactly are they used for. Yesterday I was working on a 404a icemaker when I hooked up the high side hose I burnt my fingers...
  5. tell him the same thing a plant manager told all...

    tell him the same thing a plant manager told all of us one time " Anyone can be replaced with anyone at any time"
  6. Thread: yaskawa vfd

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    did the display work on the old drive? if so go...

    did the display work on the old drive? if so go to the "modified constants" screen and go through and write down the parameters this will only show what has been modified from factory setting, if not...
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    glad that wasn't on the test I took

    glad that wasn't on the test I took
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    PM sent to you I will not be back online until...

    PM sent to you

    I will not be back online until tomorrow night
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    was taught in tech school ( a long time ago) to...

    was taught in tech school ( a long time ago) to put some oil off your nose or drop of ref oil on the end of the cap tube so solder would not stick to end of tube
  10. Thank you

    Thank you
  11. I have also changed my email to a gmail and am...

    I have also changed my email to a gmail and am now listed as a regular guest and can't get into the pro forum can you fix this for me?
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    how much cleaner are you using, I don't use 6oz...

    how much cleaner are you using, I don't use 6oz like they recommend but use about 2-3 oz pored in then let it fill, and turn the machine off if it starts squealing and let it melt down then turn it...
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    I sold choretronic about 13 years ago at that...

    I sold choretronic about 13 years ago at that time they were very good equipment, haven't delt with them in some years but chore-time always has built reliable equipment
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    the same thing you describe has been used in the...

    the same thing you describe has been used in the poultry industry for many years, you could design and build something yourself or check with someone like www.teksupply.com they sell controllers you...
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    www.trane.com/.../Pdf/.../csc%20-%20ssc%20programm...

    www.trane.com/.../Pdf/.../csc%20-%20ssc%20programming%20guide.pd..
    try this, I hope someone has some more good info I am having problems with some also
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    using gauges on multipal refrigerants

    This will sound like a nubie question but I am just getting back in refrigeration. I have a set of robimair gauges that only show 12 and 22. I know the temp pressure charts on the gauges won't be...
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    our chemical guy droped off some blue leak trace...

    our chemical guy droped off some blue leak trace dye friday, it treats a lot of water. Are they looking for a leak?
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    Not long ago we had a similar call but found a...

    Not long ago we had a similar call but found a vav that had never been turned on in a 10 year old building, also found one box that a high limit was burned out.
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    We always used uv resources equipment in the air...

    We always used uv resources equipment in the air handlers when I worked in mfg.. as said before keep all wireing you can away from the area, run the wireing in conduit or shield it some way and if...
  20. Ditto for me. We have installed and still service...

    Ditto for me. We have installed and still service 3 SEMCO air handlers with 8 1/2' ERV wheels. They use link belts that are clipped on site

    What do you think of the SEMCO wheels? Before I changed...
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    does anyone have a good link or pdf instructions...

    does anyone have a good link or pdf instructions to cleaning? I have the pdf instruction manuel for the ones I am going to be working on but looking for some more info. Also Do you clean the drain...
  22. Thread: Gross kitchen

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    I have seen many bad houses when I did appliance...

    I have seen many bad houses when I did appliance work. fridges stuck to floor with roach crap. If you want to know the realy dirty places make friends with the terminex man the one that came by our...
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    when I was in school we used a comp / condenser...

    when I was in school we used a comp / condenser from a coke box and used scrap pipe to build a Christmas tree, it would frost up and people could not believe it was a self snowing tree
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    thanks chris I realised afterwords I posted in...

    thanks chris I realised afterwords I posted in the wrong place
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    chasing duct work blockage

    I work in a hospital, a few days ago we had a interesting coincidence we had to test a fire door later in the day we had a comlaint of no cooling in some areas. we found we were not getting air past...
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    replacing would be the safer repair and also...

    replacing would be the safer repair and also posssible ly prevent a call back
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    glad I found this thread I am having the same...

    glad I found this thread I am having the same problem
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    I work on some ice machines years ago from a...

    I work on some ice machines years ago from a pizza place the flower dust was so hard you would have to scrape and beet to get it out
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    good thin you did'nt have to pay for the paper

    good thin you did'nt have to pay for the paper
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    Thank for the welcomes. I noticed you are from...

    Thank for the welcomes.

    I noticed you are from arkansas, i went to school there @ ultimate tech in n. Little rock. Any chance you went there as well?
    No Iwent to a vo-tech back in 88 but now...
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    New member from Arkansas

    Hello
    I started a new job as a maintenance tech at a hospital and will be doing HVAC, appliance and lots of other work. I went to HVAC school years ago and have a lot to relearn so I may be asking...
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