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  1. Seems I have missed out on a fine fellow. My ...

    Seems I have missed out on a fine fellow. My heart felt sympathy to all of you who knew Bruce and to his family.

    God Bless
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    Door heater

    Depends on what you call involved. I did a True door heater replacement (actually just fixed the pigtail) Unloaded the spring closer, took off the door, took to shop and disassembled, fixed the...
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    Insulation - foam?

    If that insulation is foam it has to be dry at least on the surface of the foam. Vapco makes a no drip spray, white in color. Spray paint the inside of the metal and foam with this. add some...
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    not from copper oxide.

    No I have not. Seen broken pistons, ring glands, rods, seized rods, bad crankshaft bearings. All from some type of liquid slugging or lack of lubrication though, not any from copper oxide. Maybe I...
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    And I have a word of caution

    A couple of years ago I used a pinch off tool on a 1/4" fitting on a high pressure control to seal off the system while I brazed the old control out and was going to braze in the new. Seems Im the...
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    AGREE 100% but...

    I agree with you been. However Ive gotten hammered by not using a nitrogen flow here in these threads. Seems you and I are the only ones that will ADMIT we dont haul out the nitrogen every time the...
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    Sticky: Its same here

    From back in 1980 or so this same company went belly up. So its business as usual here in USA too. Seems they make it through a long enough period of time to get kids grown and out of college then go...
  8. Warranty?

    I always offer a factory backed (NOT A 3RD PARTY) extended warranty of 5 or 10 years. I cover the first year, the factory covers the parts for5 years and sometimes 10 depending on model. The labor is...
  9. Im not a big Lennox fan but not opposed to em...

    Im not a big Lennox fan but not opposed to em either, Carrier/Bryant madein the same factory use someof the same model numbers Service schools tech help when I need it, I have a loyality to them...
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    t527edis on the target

    I would suggest you use the provided valves on the condenser and instead of using a sweat drier use a flare drier. No Nitrogen no braizing. Just pull a vacuum on the low side or install the 1 valve...
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    Sticky: Whole story and status 3-21-10

    Here is the fine example of a "push Pull", "Hide n Seek", "Nut - shell Game"
    AUG 2009 Installed. Heatcraft Freezer we piped in and connected and started. (McDonalds)

    Oct 2009 Customer called...
  12. You guy's know what the women in Oklahoma say...

    You guy's know what the women in Oklahoma say about guys that have BIG BOOTS - SHOE?

    "Hummm, I bet hes got big stinken feet."
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    Have to agree

    Size is often all a customer knowes. But a customer with exposure to all the knowledge in this forum may get off the path. Guess Id just have to start all over and ask what the question was. More...
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    Limit the CC Heater

    A few years back I had to install low ambient controls on a Carrier/Bryant Split AC. 3 things in this kit: 1 A head pressure "peanut type" fan cycle switch, 2 A Crank Case Heater 3 A limit switch for...
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    Door dosnt close?

    Just wondering if this evaporator is setting on top of the box as someone else has pointed out to me? And if so I jaus have to ask because you say the door dosnt close sometimes... Does it have an...
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    sorry

    I think Im not clear on the type of evap setup is on this box. I may be confusing you because Im confused. then again imin the greatest state of confusion ... Oklahoma. Let me see who else is...
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    OH ok

    yes I have seen a freeze up on an extended top box type evaporator. Believe maybe the outer metal separated from the insulation and the condensate froze inside and out on the one I saw. If I now...
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    Well My friend, Had you read my post closer you...

    Well My friend,
    Had you read my post closer you would note that I am in agreement with you. On piping of larger size (and I add to this for clarification LONGER RUNS) I strongly recommend it. I have...
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    Yep I had one on a scotsman Ice machine a few...

    Yep I had one on a scotsman Ice machine a few years back did the noise job. Seems like it was undercharged and by passing. I cant remember now. Anyone else have cranial flatulence? Remember you...
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    Pro on PUMPDOWN

    My friend, I have had too many problems on non pump down systems. I highly recommend it provided the customer is go. There are way too many variables for non pump down systems. Most eliminated by a...
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    I see 2 possibility's 1 already mentioned is...

    I see 2 possibility's
    1 already mentioned is the fan limit. The problem could be the fans coming on early before water & vapor have had long enough exposure to below freezing temp to refreeze and...
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    You my friend have made an excellent move. WHile...

    You my friend have made an excellent move. WHile a pump down system leaves little refrigerant in the evap during and off cycle or defrost (if wired correctly) the heaters , feel , are good insurance...
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    Take all the issue you want

    I would say that you have been following someone that has more trouble with more than just nitrogen flowing through the system while brazing. From your post above seems you must believe this one...
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    Now I have to get ready for chem class, csuse me.

    Now I have to get ready for chem class, csuse me.
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    I cant say its a bad furnace. Mostly Goodman s...

    I cant say its a bad furnace. Mostly Goodman s reputation (for my 2 cents worth) is from the marketing of their product. They dont allow or set up wholesalers and allow wholesalers to mark their own...
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