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    Wow, you responded to a 7 year old post! Congrats!

    Wow, you responded to a 7 year old post! Congrats!
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    This is the best way and least confusing to...

    This is the best way and least confusing to everyone!
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    Did you put a oversized dryer in it or the little...

    Did you put a oversized dryer in it or the little ones they come from the factory with, also did you nitrogen purge while brazing in the new orifice header?
  4. Thread: Over & Under

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    I don't think so, you have to modify the duct and...

    I don't think so, you have to modify the duct and yes it is a pain in the a$$.

    Good Luck
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    DB and WB temp is all you need to calculate RH%,...

    DB and WB temp is all you need to calculate RH%, as someone already stated the RH% in the supply duct is going to be 100% or right there at it, if you are truley dehumidifying. Psycometrics is not...
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    Looks to me like you may have a defrost board or...

    Looks to me like you may have a defrost board or sensor problem, I would get it checked out. Also heatpumps dont work very well when it is below 35 degrees or so outside, they still work just not...
  7. Fluke 179 is a really good all around meter and...

    Fluke 179 is a really good all around meter and is not to expensive.
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    Change filter driers, make sure they are sized...

    Change filter driers, make sure they are sized right. Check the piping for proper sizing.
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    Tranetek Some of you don't need to be working in...

    Tranetek Some of you don't need to be working in this field from what I can tell




    Just figuring that out are you!
  10. Thread: New heater

    by chad_nc
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    The 2 stage 95% Goodman furnace is pretty good...

    The 2 stage 95% Goodman furnace is pretty good unit, plus you get 10 year parts warranty and for not much more you can buy a 10 year labor warranty. Thats what I would put in my house if I had to...
  11. Thread: Trane Tracker

    by chad_nc
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    Ok I got the cables from the local trane office...

    Ok I got the cables from the local trane office and tried to connect using hyperterminal and had no luck. The lights on the control panel that are suppose to light up when connecting through the p7...
  12. Thread: Trane Tracker

    by chad_nc
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    Trane Tracker

    Hey Guys,

    I am not much of a control guy for starters, but anyways what I am trying to do is connect to a tracker panel version 2.5. I have heard you can connect using hyperterminal and a phone...
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    500 is a constant

    500 is a constant
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    Trane RTU txv retrofit

    Someone posted pictures of a retrofit they did probably a year ago, I have searched it and can not find it. Anyway I have a 7.5 ton Trane rtu that has a stopped up orifice header. I have ordered a...
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    Reclaim the gas of course, and then on the motor...

    Reclaim the gas of course, and then on the motor side of the compressor take the end plate off. There will be a bolt holding the rotor in, take the bolt out, then pull the rotor out. Also pull the...
  16. Thread: Metal

    by chad_nc
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    Heres a few more pics, completed this job earlier...

    Heres a few more pics, completed this job earlier this year.
  17. Thread: Metal

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    Metal

    Anybody seen one of these lately? If I attached the pictures right...
    Lots of Fun
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    My vote for the best air cooled screw is the York...

    My vote for the best air cooled screw is the York YCAV or YCIV. Very quite and effiecent machines. I used to would say that about the Trane Screws until I started taking care of the some York...
  19. Thread: Trane CVHF

    by chad_nc
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    Trane CVHF

    Has anyone ever heard of putting an amp clamp on the rear bearing oil return line to check for bearing wear.
    Someone told me if you had an amp draw on this line it is a good indication of bearing...
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    Not enough info, but if I had to take a guess I...

    Not enough info, but if I had to take a guess I would say running unloaded for extended periods of time. But like I said, it is a guess. GoodLuck!
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    I would have bid 12 hours, done the job in 8 or 9...

    I would have bid 12 hours, done the job in 8 or 9 at most, and charged 10 to the job. I get a little extra, the company still makes good profit margin on the job, and the customer is happy. ...
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    That sounds like something a salesman would say. ...

    That sounds like something a salesman would say. There are a lot of old york low pressure machines still out there and there will be for a long time. My vote is with the YK, I like the optiview...
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    Sounds like the compressor is not pumping. ...

    Sounds like the compressor is not pumping. compare comp. amp draw to RLA. Just because the comp. motor is running doesnt mean it is compressing.
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    the sensors are just sensors, There is one sensor...

    the sensors are just sensors, There is one sensor that has the ebus wires run to it with a little plug on it. I am assumming thats where I need to hook up my computer at. The rooftop unit is...
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    Do you have actual VAV boxes, or just zone...

    Do you have actual VAV boxes, or just zone dampers? If you only have zone dampers (no airflow measurement required), here's the website for the current Honeywell commercial zoning solution called...
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