Type: Posts; User: FixItRight
They are puck locks.
If you only have two quarter inch service valves it is pointless to use two pumps.
Rob you might want to watch it. Feng is not going to tell you how much it takes to charge your next centravac. Or do you just charge it by superheat feng?
Don't question Feng he has six years in
Just get fengs number.
You all scared him away now how will I ever know how to change my filter.
And now it's time for HVAC talk with FengsHVAC.
not much difference in the models.as far as installation goes tee off of the cold water right before the hot water heater and pipe into the unit. Than out of the unit into the hot water heater's...
130 temp for discharge line of compressor not hot water heater. Also he might have gas water heater but not that common in Central Florida. Mine only cost 300 total put in myself.
Water temp is about 70 out of ground and discharge line around 130. That is a big difference.
It is worth it. I live in Tampa so the temp here is very close to yours. Also you should let it run all year it is cheaper to heat water and it should not affect heating your home that much. Just...
The control voltage for the contactors for the condenser fans comes from the compressor module. The fans stage off of temperature it gets from the saturated condenser temp sensor.
First you can test and make sure the fans work by putting unit in test. Go to service mode and turn everything off except for for your condedser fans. Then push test start and verify all condenser...
First are you 100% sure the it is going off on high head? Also are all the fans and all the fuses for the fans good? The condenser fans are staged by condenser saturation temperature sensor on...
I think he failed a test.
I don't see universal helping much if at all.He would not be working on any of that equipment by himself anytime soon.
Wait how do you check pressure? lol
That is because the Amscot was down and no one there knew how to fix it.
That sucks I would find somewhere new to work.
Yes that is correct.
Trane is a great place to work but if you don't know much you will not make much. Starts at only 11 or 12 and you need at least a tech school for that but the training
is the best.
The local in tampa starts at 14 and change a hour. As for non union would say close to 10 a hour for commercial.
BAYSENS019B/020B is a programmable one and you do not need a CTI board for it to work.
Can you not just give helpful advice and not act like a jacka$$? I have my dislikes with unions too but even if the union fails there will always be a need for HVAC techs.