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    Bacharrach

    . I love the Firite Insight Pro, been a great analyzer, very reliable would reccomnend for sure!
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    Supco

    I had a supco v64 vac gauge, everything pulled down great and held. Then one day I pulled the gauge off the hoses to atmosphere and it hung at 375 micron for five minutes. The next day I ordered a...
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    Ipad

    I have the new 3G Ipad, one of the best service tools ever invented. Download full-size spec sheets in the field. Viewable blueprints, instant communication with vendors. I am typing this on my...
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    Digi-Cool micron sensor

    So when are we going to see a plug in micron attachment? A software update and use the temp plugs for a vacuum transducer seems like a no brainer. Is there some technological hurdle or cost issue...
  5. My Vote.... Makita 18volt Li-Ion Set is very...

    My Vote.... Makita 18volt Li-Ion Set is very high quality and very reliable..
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    Call a pro, if you are installing a cap yourself...

    Call a pro, if you are installing a cap yourself it could get very expensive.
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    Yes, the question is what does it run down to, or...

    Yes, the question is what does it run down to, or does it just hover around target?
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    Alot of companies buy tools in their infancy,...

    Alot of companies buy tools in their infancy, then they use their sales channels to market them i.e. Malco or Souix Chief. find a company the makes similar tools and approach them. Document the...
  9. I wouldn't let company 2 return and install the...

    I wouldn't let company 2 return and install the new piston. If Company 1 is adjusting charge by venting, who knows what other techniques they are using. You are putting your whole system at risk to...
  10. Some techs think it is about "their" privacy as...

    Some techs think it is about "their" privacy as if it was an individual thing, Owners see it as a way to optimize the group as a whole and streamline dispatching. Classic big picture vs. little...
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    Sadly it will likely be a day or two out of...

    Sadly it will likely be a day or two out of warranty when it fails again, hopefully they will return with a good tech and get it right. As previously mentioned longevity is now the issue..
  12. Manifolds have a long history of not being able...

    Manifolds have a long history of not being able to hang in a deep vacuum application for long. I had a brand new Titan 4 that would not pull past 550 out of the box, such a shame..
  13. Thread: Tool Pusher

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    Sandals, shorts and a Ball cap are not acceptable...

    Sandals, shorts and a Ball cap are not acceptable attire for an active site. climbing a ladder to the roof with tools and gauges in sandals would make any safety officer cringe...
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    Yes or no? No.. Fix it the old fashion way, do...

    Yes or no? No.. Fix it the old fashion way, do it right.
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    Super pro is a train wreck waiting to happen. ...

    Super pro is a train wreck waiting to happen. The stuff is not cheap and is a half measure at best. Stay away from it your customers will be much happier.
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    In a properly ducted and sealed house upgrading...

    In a properly ducted and sealed house upgrading from a 10 seer to 14 seer matched system should yeild about 30 percent energy consumption reduction. you could reduce your energy footprint much more...
  17. we call that a taillight warranty, by the time...

    we call that a taillight warranty, by the time the taillights fade out so does the warranty.
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    Quality parts are not cheap, that being said...

    Quality parts are not cheap, that being said quality parts break down less often needing less direct labor cost's. In my opinion higher quality, more expensive parts will be cheaper!
  19. Get that coil out, get some filter/driers on the...

    Get that coil out, get some filter/driers on the liquid/suction lines. Make sure they nitrogen purge while they are brazing in the new components. Most importantly make sure they properly evac the...
  20. Probably better off finding the contractor with...

    Probably better off finding the contractor with the best reputation locally, good referals etc. Likely he is installing high quality equipment with locally avalible service parts hence his good...
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    So the lesson learned should be, allow your...

    So the lesson learned should be, allow your certified, bonded, licensed contractor to supply new warrantied epuipment.
  22. Ther is no price drop in winter around here as...

    Ther is no price drop in winter around here as well. If anything you might see an increase as the supplier might have to pay freight for a single unit that would otherwise be a stock unit in cooling...
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    Sounds like the only obstruction in your airflow...

    Sounds like the only obstruction in your airflow is this service tech! He is doing diagnosis with your checkbook. Get a qualified tech, evacuate, n2 test, fix leak, draw down system to 500 mic...
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    The Victor kit is a good choice. You will always...

    The Victor kit is a good choice. You will always be able to service the components without looking to far. VIC-100-CP T is a good portable start for hvac/r applications.
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    Might be time for a second opinion. There are so...

    Might be time for a second opinion. There are so many variables, coil? Charged correctly? proper airflow? sized correctly? This might have been a unit someone had laying around their shop...
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