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    Put some in decades ago. Best I can tell you is...

    Put some in decades ago. Best I can tell you is search around online.
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    Vent on! I agree. I steer clear of all of that...

    Vent on! I agree. I steer clear of all of that moducrap on my installations. It's easy to sell that stuff if the people want to pay and YOU don't have to be the one trying to get them going at 2 a/m...
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    Caleffi FYI

    I've been getting this for over a year now and while reading the latest last night I thought I'd post. It's been so long that I don't recall how I got on their mailing list. Maybe through the web...
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    Ah. Got it now. When I read the first post it did...

    Ah. Got it now. When I read the first post it did not dawn on me why the prob. I was thinking more of belly band when you have some play. Now that I picture shaft down with stud or tapped shell...
  5. Yep. Commission can lead the most straight up...

    Yep. Commission can lead the most straight up people over the edge when bills are looming. Imagine what it does to those with no foundation.
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    Yes and remember they often think they can cool...

    Yes and remember they often think they can cool the house as fast as they can heat it. I try and explain that sucking that water out is using about 30% of that a/c...
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    A boiler WTH!

    https://farm4.staticflickr.com/3855/14623655609_72344f4369_b.jpgWTH? by SouthWestDreams , on Flickr




    Homeowner/engineer/mad scientist + too much time =boiler hell.

    The lady calls...
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    Whoa!

    Whoa!
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    Yes but when you throw air flow into the mix...

    Yes but when you throw air flow into the mix things happen. We have all seen the condensate drain that acts up until you throw a trap in it. I think the same thing was happening on that Ruud 90 I...
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    Any oddball low volt short stories?

    It's the erratic ones you don't find till you (hopefully) can start tracing the thermostat and 24v condenser wiring.
    I have a few that come to mind.

    T87 and Q539 on wall paper with metallic...
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    Had a RUUD 90 once that drove me nuts. The thing...

    Had a RUUD 90 once that drove me nuts. The thing would fill with water and trip out. It turned out to be a loose hose connection at the built in trap that was sucking in air I guess and preventing...
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    Yes it did. Again, it should not matter. Once the...

    Yes it did. Again, it should not matter. Once the circuit is broken a complete ignition sequence should begin anew. There has to be something in that board that proves the pressure switch not only...
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    Yes it is.

    Yes it is.
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    I proved by disconnecting limit and reconnecting....

    I proved by disconnecting limit and reconnecting. Yes the pressure switch has to make and on al the units I know of when the pressure switch breaks it also initiates something in the electronics...
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    Armstrong 80 question.

    It's an Armstrong GUJ150D20-1B. The place had just enough water last summer to submerge the ignition control board and the fan board. I replaced both boards (OEM) and began running through various...
  16. I agree with your sentiment but can't bring...

    I agree with your sentiment but can't bring myself to call this a mistake. Generally a mistake is NOT knowing you are doing something the wrong way.
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    More DYI follies

    Once in a blue moon you run across a water heater where the hot/cold are reversed. It's a fairly simple task to switch the dip tube from the cold to the hot and install the tank. If you do not know...
  18. Ah. Thanks

    Ah. Thanks
  19. Just curious why it's the wrong section to post...

    Just curious why it's the wrong section to post in.
  20. Thread: oops

    by Glennhvac
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    Ak! That woulda cost me a coil as well probably....

    Ak! That woulda cost me a coil as well probably. This was a quick hit with a braze rod, mapp, hand torch........
  21. Thread: oops

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    oops

    Called a couple days after I replaced furnace. The first and only other time I did this was about 35 years ago with an 1/8" bit and it was obvious I hit the thing. This time it was a drill screw and...
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    Don't you love that? Especially when they don't...

    Don't you love that? Especially when they don't tell you about the packed solid filter they yanked. I think they run down and do it so they won't be embarrassed and I can't tell you how many times I...
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    I know my scrap guys throw motors in a separate...

    I know my scrap guys throw motors in a separate drum. I really doubt it goes any further than that and the yards may have a set price per ton for motors. Heck, even cheap Christmas lights have their...
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    Man I can't see hacking open compressors for what...

    Man I can't see hacking open compressors for what you are going to get out of a winding unless you really have time on your hands. Even after you get the thing open you will still only have copper...
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    Dang! Considering the leaks usually start at the...

    Dang! Considering the leaks usually start at the u bend to galvanized point I wouldn't have thought they would fall out so easily.
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