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  1. Can't fix stupid !!!

    Can't fix stupid !!!
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    Yes too large is no better the too small of a...

    Yes too large is no better the too small of a motor, you need to match the name plate amps as close as possible.
  3. Thread: sight glass

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    Yeah you guys are right. I prolly didn't read...

    Yeah you guys are right. I prolly didn't read enough into the question. Non condensible could be anything other then refrigerant in the system. A wet sight glass just usally means it did get wet...
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    yes

    yes
  5. Match your evap cooler to about 1400 cfm and...

    Match your evap cooler to about 1400 cfm and finish out the rest with fresh from your A/C. You never want to blow air from a kichen to the dining room because of smoke. Make the air from the A/C...
  6. After working in the trade repairing bars and...

    After working in the trade repairing bars and restaurants for 10 years 1 thing I found out is that a LOT of owners talk to each other. Sometimes you have to take in the shorts a little to keep face....
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    Then use the Honeywell 8000 pro Residential. A...

    Then use the Honeywell 8000 pro Residential. A little cheaper with a lot of options.
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    Replace motor with a size closer to the ampage...

    Replace motor with a size closer to the ampage your running.
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    Agreed... cut the pigtail off until you can fix...

    Agreed... cut the pigtail off until you can fix it proper
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    Sounds like amps were too high to burn a motor...

    Sounds like amps were too high to burn a motor that quick. The amps need to be equal or a little less of motor name plate amps. He can adjust the amperage by moving the blade in differant locations...
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    I guess the real question is what is the air...

    I guess the real question is what is the air making up? Like the name said Make up air, so it's replacing air removed from the building. Where is the air venting into? If it's doing a short...
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    There should be enough out gas not to have to...

    There should be enough out gas not to have to worry about pulling a vacuum. But I still need to ask....why can't you recover the gas? how are you going to un pinch the lines to flow proper? If...
  13. Suction line is ok, liquid line is a little...

    Suction line is ok, liquid line is a little small. 1/2" should be used and suction traped every 10' to 12' of rise. The traps are mainly for poil return, so if it depends on how the compressors are...
  14. Couldn't you just use 2 and 3 stage tstats and...

    Couldn't you just use 2 and 3 stage tstats and run them thru a couple simple relays? Either add a xformer in each unit or 1 large enough to run all the controls? Honeywell 8000 series is a good lil...
  15. 90 degrees is no big deal, being most coolers are...

    90 degrees is no big deal, being most coolers are designed to handle 95. If you are sure you have the correct TEV then if its adjustable, open the feed some to increase flow thru the coil and get...
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    Sorry I didn't see what the amp rating on your...

    Sorry I didn't see what the amp rating on your current motor was? I always sized my motors to match ampeage as close as possible to unit name plate amps. OEM does strange designs on their motors to...
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    Ummmm... no...lol.. what is the name plate FLA? ...

    Ummmm... no...lol.. what is the name plate FLA? If your close to being under then fan blade is correct. If there is not enough load a motor will over heat. Check voltage, connections, make sure...
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    On the face of the relay you will see a black...

    On the face of the relay you will see a black silcone spot, under that is the scew that holds the case together for the start relay. Check the contacts, they might be pitted and some sand cloth...
  19. Thread: help

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    WIF can suck in a lot of moisture from a room...

    WIF can suck in a lot of moisture from a room really quick. If the defrost termination is temperature make sure the kilxon is at the farthest point away from the closest heating elements. That...
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    I agree with John, start relay hangs up too long...

    I agree with John, start relay hangs up too long will blow a start cap.
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    I know several ( 5 or 6 that I know of)markets...

    I know several ( 5 or 6 that I know of)markets here in Phoenix had removed them after a year in service. Units weren't keeping water condensers clean enough so the pulled them.
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    We can go round and round on what might be needed...

    We can go round and round on what might be needed to fix this problem, but the best start is to just a box load and compare to what you have in equipment. Your supply house can give you what the BTU...
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    I think your thinking a very high superheat at...

    I think your thinking a very high superheat at the coil. We don't have a lot of humidity out here in Phx most of the time, (today 108 degrees,5% humidty @25 DP)so need to run a fairly dry coil (like...
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    With the old location there prolly was a higher...

    With the old location there prolly was a higher heat load because of it's location. It does sound like a over sized unit at this point because of it's new location and loss of possible heat load....
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    The system does have a design factor on TD, but...

    The system does have a design factor on TD, but if the SH is high you get a dry coil causing more sensible heat and a low SH will give you a wet coil causing to pull more latent to dehumidify. In...
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