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    It's a dvmm

    It's a dvmm
  2. Thread: flare tool issue

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    I have made several flares with this tool and...

    I have made several flares with this tool and never had an issue with this tool. Couple times I did tighten the clamp enough and the pipe slipped a little and had a short flare. I yelled at the tool...
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    I also have a fluke 87 I purchased in 1997. Still...

    I also have a fluke 87 I purchased in 1997. Still works great with no issues.
  4. We have a really good tech around here that...

    We have a really good tech around here that has/kept a competitors sticker and if he gets a horrible job he puts the other company's sticker on. Just found this out the other day when I was talking...
  5. Clark bought some Ol' Roy dog food for cousin...

    Clark bought some Ol' Roy dog food for cousin Eddy's dog Snot. That dog had some Mississippi leg hound in him though. When he grabs hold of you its best to let him finish. :cheers:
  6. I have a hepa filter mounted on my return. My...

    I have a hepa filter mounted on my return. My wife has allergies pollen and some other things. I bought this product from our local supply house. I contacted the company and started asking question...
  7. The only time I cover a competitors stick is if...

    The only time I cover a competitors stick is if we install new equipment. Those stickers are like a repair history. I just put a new sticker next to the competition.
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    Around here it's popcorn, candy and water. I'm...

    Around here it's popcorn, candy and water. I'm not a junk food type guy, type 1 diabetic, but I made the suggestion instead of popcorn get some nachos. They kinda laughed but the techs that were...
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    Most people Use their basements for storage. Some...

    Most people Use their basements for storage. Some finish it off and it can be a whole other living space. I was in the pros forum and that of something else I hate..... Getting called at 3am and ask...
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    We have a customer that has a Lennox pulse in a...

    We have a customer that has a Lennox pulse in a crawl space. The opening is 24x24 and covered very loosely with a screen. I have no idea how that pulse got there and how it does not freeze in the...
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    We have very few crawl spaces around here and the...

    We have very few crawl spaces around here and the ones we do have are nasty. I get freaked out when I have to go on one. The first five minutes are to make sure nothing is living in there, then ...
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    Show up to install and walk into the basement and...

    Show up to install and walk into the basement and there is a pile of dirty clothes and everything else possible in front of the furnace and the home owner asks if we have enough room?
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    Thank you

    Thank you
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    Mini split scheader cores

    Are the scheader cores for mini split (5/16 fitting) and the regular 1/4 fitting the same? I have a leaking core on a mini split and start thinking if the cores are the same size.
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    Fan speed set correct? Want is your temperature...

    Fan speed set correct? Want is your temperature drop or the temp coming off the coil? I think teddy bear always recommends a 47* coil temp for good dehumidification, if I remember correctly. Is the...
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    I have DC and still grab my analogs. I don't know...

    I have DC and still grab my analogs. I don't know why. My analogs hang towards the back of the van, easier access
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    We install Rheem. I have not worked on any of the...

    We install Rheem. I have not worked on any of the new body shoe yet. the build quality seems pretty good. The only thing I don't like is the plastic base. We use plastic base pads and the ac slides...
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    Is the ice maker getting enough water? Freezer...

    Is the ice maker getting enough water? Freezer temp around 0? When I use to work on refrigerators I sure the water level was enough just to make a bridge across the ice cube so in harvest mode they...
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    I have an ultra aire in my home and have had to...

    I have an ultra aire in my home and have had to add some 410a. I called tech support and they gave me some temps and pressures. Mine only holds 1 pound of refrigerant. I have yet to find the leak.
  20. Thread: Need some advice

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    Supply house will have classes coming up. Keep an...

    Supply house will have classes coming up. Keep an eye open for them. If you aren't sure of something ask. Don't be afraid to asks questions.
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    I just push them back in with my needle nose...

    I just push them back in with my needle nose pliers. They slide in pretty easily.
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    I have removed the depressers when changing...

    I have removed the depressers when changing gasket just thought maybe the supply house gave me the wrong vacuum hoses. I didn't notice the core depressers until I was home last night admiring my new...
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    I was wondering if they were even vacuum rated

    I was wondering if they were even vacuum rated
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    Yellow jacket hoses 16260

    Picked up these hoses for vacuum use and noticed there are core depressers on the 1/4 fitting end. Will this slow down a vacuum? Do I need them in?
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    Appleton, WI. Dehum will be in the basement. I...

    Appleton, WI. Dehum will be in the basement. I was thinking a 7" or 8" dedicated return and tee to dehum then ducting as shown on the website. The basement stays between 48-51 RH.
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    So ducting an ultra aire as shown on the website...

    So ducting an ultra aire as shown on the website is still the ideal way to dehumidify with fan ON? Right now the cooling differential is 2* and fan speed set to 700-750 for a 410a 2 ton ac and 3 ton...
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    Ok I got to ask I have never seen a tape worm. Is...

    Ok I got to ask I have never seen a tape worm. Is that really a worm? Bland the hell was it living in the condensate line?
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    Humidity control with fan ON?

    In the cooling season if a person run fan ON how can the humidity be controlled? On an off cycle for the ac the coil is wet and humidity will be put back into the air. If a customer has to run fan ON...
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    Designair.com has a video for ac renew under the...

    Designair.com has a video for ac renew under the training tab then training resources. It's a calgon video but shows how to use ac renew. I had a stuck txv the other day I replaced it but was told by...
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    Right. After reading my post I realized I just...

    Right. After reading my post I realized I just started rambling. I tell customers you can always set it back to auto if you don't like the fan running all the time.
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    I run my fan "on". The humidity will increase...

    I run my fan "on". The humidity will increase slightly when the ax turns off. I also have a whole house dehum, the rh is between 45-50%. I might see an increase of 1-2% in an off cycle. The dehum...
  32. Same here love our 90h. Only thing left is to run...

    Same here love our 90h. Only thing left is to run my fresh air and connect to the supply. Mine is leaking 410a. When I get time I'll find it. It is a good investment.
  33. Yup rigid

    Yup rigid
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    Yellow jacket 60278 flare tool

    Can this be used for NG lines or is it only for 410a?
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    Teddy bear, venting my 90h

    What is the best way to set up my 90h? Im going to add the motorized damper this weekend and want to attach to the supply and return in my home. Do you have any diagrams. How will running the furnace...
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    The drier had uv dye in it. From what I was told...

    The drier had uv dye in it. From what I was told as the system ran the refrigerant would pick up the dye when passing through the drier. I'm not sure if it was a liquid because I never had any dye...
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    Driers with uv dye

    When I used to work with residential refrigerators and a compressor needed to be replaced I always installed a new filter drier with dye. We called them dye driers. My thought was if it ever had a...
  38. The best rule of thumb I ever saw is the print...

    The best rule of thumb I ever saw is the print out of three homes. Small medium and large 2, 2.5, 3 tons. Then cut out the homes and stand 20' back the home that fits the cut is the proper Ac size....
  39. Huh good to know thanks

    Huh good to know thanks
  40. Could the smaller diameter spliced pieces cause...

    Could the smaller diameter spliced pieces cause an issue?
  41. Yes the evap coil had small cap tubes.

    Yes the evap coil had small cap tubes.
  42. Old Fredrick A/C paired with a Williamson furnace

    HO called saying the ac stopped cooling at the end of the season last year. On arrival ac is cooling digicools say 70 and 225 sh3 sc19 ODT 85 TD 13. This old ac was moved to the other side of the...
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    I might try the beach umbrella. Today I was...

    I might try the beach umbrella. Today I was racing to a call trying to beat the rain. It start raining a little, I usually won't work in the rain, get to the call find leaking valve core break out...
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    I thought maybe a large umbrella but I dont want...

    I thought maybe a large umbrella but I dont want to work under a lightning rod
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    Working in the rain.

    What do you guys use to cover up with when you get caught in the rain? I got caught today and the rain coat came out. I tried standing over my gauges and other equipment to shield them from the rain....
  46. Thread: Work boot

    by 11crv
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    I just bought another pair of keen teraghee 2....

    I just bought another pair of keen teraghee 2. The local shoe shop didn't have any she said her customers didn't like them. She also said she ordered some American made keens coming this fall. I like...
  47. Thread: names

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    I was watching bull riding some years ago and one...

    I was watching bull riding some years ago and one of the riders was named Lachlan. Thought it was different and liked. For whatever reason I remember it. That's it what we named our son. We didn't...
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    That's what tech support told me. Mine is running...

    That's what tech support told me. Mine is running at about 80 and removes a 5 gallon bucket in a day when it is humid
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    Yes. I didn't have time to look my basement was...

    Yes. I didn't have time to look my basement was getting kinda damp so I added a little juice to getting working. Tech support said as long as you are between 35 psi and 95psi it should be good. Going...
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    There is a suction port under the styrofoam. The...

    There is a suction port under the styrofoam. The only way to get the correct charge is recover and weigh in. Mine takes 1 lb of 410a.
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