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    If they don't fix it don't pay bill ........

    If they don't fix it don't pay bill ........
  2. Thread: Scottsman

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    If I'm not mistaken the hoshizaki evaps are made...

    If I'm not mistaken the hoshizaki evaps are made from high grade stainless steel with no coating at all?

    That be why better quality all the way around. A whole lot better technical support as...
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    so how much do you charge to flip switch on a...

    so how much do you charge to flip switch on a Sunday? Can't fix stupid, but I find it easy to bill the hell out of them......
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    You give them that right when you sighn you...

    You give them that right when you sighn you driverslicense. when you get behind the wheel of that moving death trap.
  5. Thread: Just joined

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    Welcome Cool

    Welcome Cool
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    Welcome to the group Jake, hope you find...

    Welcome to the group Jake, hope you find something. Lots of good people on here someone will wseep you up soon.
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    Used a Doge Ram van for years, think it was a...

    Used a Doge Ram van for years, think it was a 3500 we had to cut and fit steel on the bottom due to floor waring out sliding equipment in and out. major egine repairs started to add up after 200k.
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    sure

    sure
  9. Thread: New Pick up.

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    As for me, I have always been a loyal Ford man....

    As for me, I have always been a loyal Ford man. Recently traded my 97 365k mile f150 for a 04 f150, and plan to have it till 350k+. It does come down to $$$$ and you have to choose what works for...
  10. All I can say is WOW!!!! I heard of people doing...

    All I can say is WOW!!!! I heard of people doing this to keep a unit running long enough to find the problem. Never heard of anyone leaving them in what an Idiot.
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    It sounds as though you may have a short/broken...

    It sounds as though you may have a short/broken wire in the start winding of your compressor that may be expanded as the temperature outside gets warmer. This can only be fixed by a compressor...
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    continue checking each connection along the...

    continue checking each connection along the control circuit till you do not read 24v to ground. Then ohm out the piece were you lost voltage.
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    I have worked on a lot of Sanyo's they're not all...

    I have worked on a lot of Sanyo's they're not all that bad. I have not yet had to work on any of the fujitsu's we have on campus they seem to do their own. Mitsubishi makes a good unit, but not easy...
  14. Thread: Trane Voyager

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    Will let you all know when job is complete. May...

    Will let you all know when job is complete. May take awhile have more pressing jobs ahead of this one. Guys retiring and scuttle but has it no hires till state releases some serious cash flow. Given...
  15. Thread: Trane Voyager

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    Was talking to the Trane Tech today, here to do...

    Was talking to the Trane Tech today, here to do an over view on our new chiller, he said the pistons were gummed up and I should put the txv kit on it. gess that's what I am going to do. Tnaks to all...
  16. Thread: Trane Voyager

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    got to leave for work will try to get on thru out...

    got to leave for work will try to get on thru out the night
  17. Thread: Trane Voyager

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    I was told the filters were clogged up with oil....

    I was told the filters were clogged up with oil. After change ing out both stage filter driers same problem exist. looking for other answers. Yes both stage filters were oilly and heavier then the...
  18. Motors pull most power to start so the less they...

    Motors pull most power to start so the less they have to start the less power consumed, and longer they will last. this is were the energy savings come in. This also will even out the air movement in...
  19. Thread: Trane Voyager

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    Yes, I am aware there are pistons in the...

    Yes, I am aware there are pistons in the distributor. Just forgot what they were called. Thanks. The tubes all frost evenly as I remember. I got it charged and up running last night around 8pm. The...
  20. Thread: Trane Voyager

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    The metering devise is orifice tubes it is...

    The metering devise is orifice tubes it is running R22 super heat/sub cooling is not a concern till I get the restriction problem fixed. 88* last night OAT, room temp was around 80-85*. Had...
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    good answer Bryan not all of us get to work on...

    good answer Bryan not all of us get to work on one specific area. I work on everything from waffle iron to 500 ton absorbtion chillers. Can't be an expert on all.
  22. I would not trust anyone who does not put in...

    I would not trust anyone who does not put in writing. Defiantly get at least 3 estimates. There are a lot of manufacturers out there and most are fairly comparable, it is the installation that sets...
  23. Thread: Trane Voyager

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    Trane Voyager

    Trane TCD210C30CDA Running 32# low side and 285# high side. Change out filter driers and pulled purge for several hours to make absolutely sure no noncondencables. No txv orficed tubes. Do I need to...
  24. If you are pulling enough amps to trip breaker...

    If you are pulling enough amps to trip breaker you had better find the problem. It is not a choice to just get passed it. If it starts it's not a problem with the start system. Check the pressures...
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    Cool, our steamfitters use nitro when ever...

    Cool, our steamfitters use nitro when ever practical.

    Lytning, Sta Bright 8 does not fix the flaking problem, may redose due to less heat needed and is not practicle on all jobs
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    15 feet from the evap no, but if it was insulated...

    15 feet from the evap no, but if it was insulated properly it would not be swetting or frosting up. It is crusial you hire a professional, knowlege and up to date practices are a must for proper and...
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    I have not had that much experience with Carrier,...

    I have not had that much experience with Carrier, but lately have found their service department much more forthcoming than any other. Most other product out there are really hard to find parts break...
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    I would definately look into a second oppinion....

    I would definately look into a second oppinion. This tech did not even look into the problem. If he sticks a new install on HOW what's he going to stick you with on an install.
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    Sounds like the least they could do, if they...

    Sounds like the least they could do, if they truelly did welding without a nitrogen flow. It is not at all likely that the troubles will not be seen for many years.
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    Unfortunantly that may be what is happening as we...

    Unfortunantly that may be what is happening as we speak.
  31. I will leave the details to a duct specialist for...

    I will leave the details to a duct specialist for the most part. Will need more info such as # of returns, distance of runs and age of house. It is difficult to no if there are fire breaks or other...
  32. If done properly there is no limit to how many...

    If done properly there is no limit to how many compressor changes, or changes needed. A compressor original or replacement should last 10+yrs. I would look at other equipment faillers as well and the...
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    I would definently look into a new inspection....

    I would definently look into a new inspection. you could also look into using a few ceiling fans upstairs and heat and cool with the down stairs unit.
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    30* pick up is really high, sounds as if you are...

    30* pick up is really high, sounds as if you are not getting enough flow. this would also cause your high pressure due to not getting the proper cooling in condenser. Have you tried descaler in...
  35. And if something goes wrong out there you are on...

    And if something goes wrong out there you are on your own and prts are scarse.
  36. A new metering devise a good flush with RX11 and ...

    A new metering devise a good flush with RX11 and a good vacuum pulled on this unit will servise and coil should be capable of handling 410A with no problem.
  37. Thread: New socket set

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    Most of my tools are Proto

    Most of my tools are Proto
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    Pressure monitoring and recorder

    We have a devise at work that you leave in a cooler or freezer for a few days and then you can plug it into a computer usb and see the temperature trends. Has anyone seen a devise that would do the...
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    welcome aboard, Your experience will be well...

    welcome aboard, Your experience will be well recieved and experience of others will be enlightening.
  40. Mathmatically how is that applied?

    Mathmatically how is that applied?
  41. Thread: Allowable CO

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    It is true that the source may be other apliances...

    It is true that the source may be other apliances or even gasses trapped in the same location of furnace, such as a basement. I have found a crack in my own furnace heat exchanger, and did not have...
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    check amp draw on compressor, sounds like it is...

    check amp draw on compressor, sounds like it is running hard. If pressures remain constant till compressor trips out, it is probably going to loose compressor soon.
  43. Thread: restriction

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    looks like you have the tools and technology,...

    looks like you have the tools and technology, just reline the whole thing and take all guess work out of it.
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    Yes, with last years drought conditions I could...

    Yes, with last years drought conditions I could only imagine how much dirt and debri entered this system. As well as bacteria and micro organisms. Sounds like you should look into adding an air/dirt...
  45. Don't just go with the cheapest estimate, check...

    Don't just go with the cheapest estimate, check out the installer and the work he does. If you can find a job he has done years ago 10-15 and talk with that customer. If you got 4 est, be suspitious...
  46. Installation is everything. Most of the equipment...

    Installation is everything. Most of the equipment is pretty much the same. Several of the guys I work around have nothing but good things to say about goodman. They service what they sale, so I would...
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    commercial would be the way to go, and honesty...

    commercial would be the way to go, and honesty will never fail you. A good HVACR program will set you up with a job apon graduation.
  48. books can instruct and guide you but nothing will...

    books can instruct and guide you but nothing will replace good ole hands on and experience.
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    If I am understanding things correctly there is...

    If I am understanding things correctly there is no drain pan heater or trace line on drain. If so I would install one to ensure all moisture gets out of pan before freeze cycle starts back up. also...
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    you don't live in Central IL do you?

    you don't live in Central IL do you?
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