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    Got it thank you

    Got it thank you
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    Thanks I will try this soon.

    Thanks I will try this soon.
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    Email sent

    Email sent
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    Copeland Scroll Compressor Data Needed

    M#ZP25K5E-TFD-130

    Looking for the spec sheet that would tell me what the winding resistance should be.
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    Minimum / Maximum Compressor Voltages

    Working on a Bitzer compressor, medium temp semi hermetic. The compressor is rated for 208 volts.

    I have an average voltage of 196.7 volts when only the crankcase heater is on.

    Running the...
  6. Just following thread. Interested in outcome.

    Just following thread. Interested in outcome.
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    I had picked up some Anchor fittings from a local...

    I had picked up some Anchor fittings from a local supply house that used to carry JB. Package of 5. Everyone bottomed out while still loose.

    The fittings are pretty tight. 3-4 threads showing...
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    I emailed Locktite and asked what product they...

    I emailed Locktite and asked what product they recommend. Used them on bolts but never thought about them on refrigeration lines.
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    If you don't mind explaining how you apply them...

    If you don't mind explaining how you apply them please do. Do you let them sit and harden a bit? Or just apply and thread together?

    I always seem to have a problem. Never really on discharge,...
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    Piping Compressor oil lines

    What are you guys putting on threads of piping for compressor oil lines? I have used leak lock and Nylog and both have oil leaks.

    With the leak lock I have applied it and threaded it together...
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    Thank you. And JT also When I was in tech...

    Thank you. And JT also

    When I was in tech school 18 years ago they said you should get a 30* rise through an air cooled condenser. We were taught to take your ambient temp, add 30* to it, and the...
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    Is this for all SEER Ratings?

    Is this for all SEER Ratings?
  13. I take it that's your dog. Nice looking Shepard....

    I take it that's your dog. Nice looking Shepard. I have one also. Amazing around my son from the day he came home from the hospital. Playful and protective. I couldn't ask for a better dog.
  14. Interesting does the gauge say Blue Vac anywhere...

    Interesting does the gauge say Blue Vac anywhere on it?
  15. Yellow Jacket Evac Gauge, Micron Gauge. Stolen from Blue Vac?

    Just saw Yellow Jackets new micron gauge and it looks exactly like the Blue Vac. Did they buy them out? Does anyone have one?
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    They said it was geared to much towards...

    They said it was geared to much towards residential. We do all commercial work. I think the you could apply this course to commercial work. Especially since a lot of commercial buildings, like small...
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    I'm imagining the DX coil and CHWC in series and...

    I'm imagining the DX coil and CHWC in series and it sounds like the CHWC is first.

    I really wish I was there to see this system. Sounds like a nice one to correct all the problems and feel like a...
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    I tried to get my company to take the...

    I tried to get my company to take the CO/Combustion course. They think it is not worth it :gah:
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    Was curious what this was after reading post....

    Was curious what this was after reading post. Holly cow!!!! I'm one to invest in tools but that is one heavy price tag. I will have to look more into it before even considering buying one.

    For you...
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    I have been trying to get my company to do a...

    I have been trying to get my company to do a business membership forever. No such luck.
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    You have a 50# suction with the hot gas...

    You have a 50# suction with the hot gas bypassing? Where is it piped? To the TXV distributor or to the suction line after the coils?

    I think it would be in you best interest to draw out a detailed...
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    Are all the evaporator coils clean? How is the...

    Are all the evaporator coils clean? How is the airflow? 50 psig seems low. I agree with needing to know what type of unloaders. Are they pressure or electric?

    I'm interested in how this turns out...
  23. Just curious if you guys would have piped this...

    Just curious if you guys would have piped this with black pipe and threaded nipples instead of copper.

    Good luck changing put a circ pump.

    Looks like a damn mess.

    Is there a backdraft...
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    Got them thanks again

    Got them thanks again
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    Emailed you rundawg. Thanks for the help. I'll...

    Emailed you rundawg. Thanks for the help. I'll get an email in my profile. I thought I posted in the correct section I'll figure it out one day.
  26. Thread: Cold weather

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    I think around -5*F I was out for a call once...

    I think around -5*F

    I was out for a call once in a boiler room, all the pipes were frozen, and my feet were so cold it hurt to walk. Had to be like 10*F in there. Landlord took out windows for...
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    RUUD manual needed

    M# UGPN-10EAMER

    Anyone have the IO&M manual on this unit? My sisters house is tripping the limit and I believe I have an airflow issue. TESP= .61"WC

    Thanks
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    Can someone explain to me how water gets in a gas...

    Can someone explain to me how water gets in a gas line. Does this just happen in underground lines? I have never seen of or heard of this.

    And with an 1-1/2 line I'd second getting someone to...
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    Just thought I'd post a follow-up incase anyone...

    Just thought I'd post a follow-up incase anyone runs into this in the future. I talked with Testo and had to hold down the up key then plug the analyzer into the computer. After that I was able to...
  30. Thread: Travel Pay

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    You know I never thought of that! I think next...

    You know I never thought of that! I think next opportunity I get I am going to bill that. :grin2:

    But if we are heading to do a PM there is no way in hell our office is paying us the travel.
  31. Thread: Travel Pay

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    We do not get paid to travel from our homes to...

    We do not get paid to travel from our homes to the first call or from the last call to our home. This could easily add up. I currently have a short drive so it does not bother me. But if it was...
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    Testo 320 Firmware Update Problems

    Has anyone done the firmware update on their Testo 320? I needed to update it after changing the oxygen sensor that failed under warranty.

    I am having a problem. I have V1.03. After I did the...
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    Electronic Aquastat Help

    Honeywell L7148 F 1042

    Does anyone know if the sensor on this control has a resistance or is just a switch? The wiring diagram on the side of the boiler shows it as switch.

    Found a PDF on the...
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    This is interesting, never saw this. Do not do...

    This is interesting, never saw this. Do not do much residential. Does it usually get hot like he has mentioned?
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    Doesn't sound all that bad......they didn't burn...

    Doesn't sound all that bad......they didn't burn the place down at least! Did any of those guys hurt themselves or anyone else?
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    Were both winding open or just the primary?

    Were both winding open or just the primary?
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    Doing the math I seem to be wrong here. You...

    Doing the math I seem to be wrong here. You actually have less current in the primary. Perhaps this is why the primary winding ma have thinner wire if it does.

    Time Builder seems to be...
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    Just wondering how many guys install a fuse or...

    Just wondering how many guys install a fuse or one with a breaker when they replace a failed one. I always do if it will fit.
  39. Thread: Refractometer

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    I use a Misco 7084VP. Really no complaints. But I...

    I use a Misco 7084VP. Really no complaints. But I haave never used any other one so I have nothing to compare it to.
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    I believe it is because the primary side will...

    I believe it is because the primary side will have more current due to having more winding. More of a guess but that seems to make sense to me.
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    I agree with this totally. I have the feeling we...

    I agree with this totally. I have the feeling we will find the HGBV failed close to wide open. The valve in this unit is an electric stepper valve. They do seem to fail a lot. Gravity may be onto...
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    That 40% is for the whole unit. Assuming the...

    That 40% is for the whole unit.

    Assuming the Cooling% in the Status menu is the same as the percentage of heat load on the unit compared to it's nominal load, I was referring to knowing how the...
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    If he makes the return larger it will slow down...

    If he makes the return larger it will slow down his velocity, no? The water is dripping off the coil before it can run down far enough to drip into the drain pan. The coil is a draw through. Maybe I...
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    We installed the first system in our state about...

    We installed the first system in our state about maybe 10 years ago, maybe less. The compressors blew up, and Liebert sent out an updated chip to put in the micro processor with the new compressors....
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    Are you saying that some disagree that it is...

    Are you saying that some disagree that it is worth while to look inside, or that once inside they disagree on failure type and cause? Who in their right mind would not think it is a good idea to look...
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    Flood back and the HGBV are high on my list. ...

    Flood back and the HGBV are high on my list.

    It does have a liquid line sol. valve. But I believe if it is leaking by the unit will throw an alarm for compressor short cycling. There has been no...
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    That's a good thought. I'm just not sure if it...

    That's a good thought. I'm just not sure if it would make a difference. The refrigerant flow is so fast I can't see how the position would effect it. Unless it was mounted so the valve was on the...
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    Sorry for the delay guys, been busy. Yeah it's...

    Sorry for the delay guys, been busy.

    Yeah it's nice how they slide out. I always have those gaskets on hand. I seem to have to replace the discharge service valve gaskets on everyone I run into....
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    I have found bad stepper motors and bad boards...

    I have found bad stepper motors and bad boards causing the HGBVs to stay open.
    Do you think the capacity of the BGBV will overcome the TXVs ability to control the superheat?
    We have enough room at...
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    There is a oil equalizing line. It is only 3/8...

    There is a oil equalizing line. It is only 3/8 unfortunately but it is there. It has a 1/4 schraider on it.
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