Type: Posts; User: MattM08
Here is a good pizza recipe that i like to use-
I wasnt a fan of it
You could look to see if there is a reversing valve in the unit. Looking at the thermostat wont tell you for sure what type of unit it is. They always could have installed the wrong type.
This has a lot of different model numbers and some information on them-
Search for them on Google and print them out for him.
Charcoal is the way to go
You could check out Building Environments: HVAC Systems by Johnsons Controls. I used it in one of my HVAC classes and it has alot of information about heating systems. Only problem is its not a small...
I went to Pennsylvania College of Technology. It was a good school and has a very good hire rate for graduates. Their webpage is www.pct.edu if you want to check it out
Thats the same way i would do it.
A good book that will teach ya the basics is available here-
I would check the current draw of the unit. It could be at the verge of tripping the breaker and causing it to chatter.
Yea thats what i meant
I have heard off people using xp emulators in order to run ORCAview on their Vista computers.
38ckc - Model - 10 SEER Electric Air Conditioner
048 - BTU - 48,000 BTUh
3 - Voltage - 208-230 1 phase
6 - series
0 - packaging Or just look here - ...
Pennsylvania College Of Technology is a good tech school if your looking for people with a good background. I dont think that they have a chiller specific program, but there are many HVAC majors...