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  1. Thread: New Drill

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    Good information here. I use a Dewalt 12v Max in...

    Good information here. I use a Dewalt 12v Max in my tool bag, but I am in need of upgrading my bigger drills/drivers. That Makita sounds nice and there is a promotion going on.
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    Cool

    Cool
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    Tuba, make you a set of "stubby" gauges. Ask...

    Tuba, make you a set of "stubby" gauges. Ask your local parts store. I think mine are yellow jacket, (not real sure) but they screw on to a single gauge. They are really handy to have in your tool...
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    You will find them on Freezer/Cooler combos,...

    You will find them on Freezer/Cooler combos, utilizing the same compressor. I had one when I was in new to the field that did not have one. It really threw me for a loop. The call was for a WI...
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    I keep a set of "stubby" gauges in my tool bag. ...

    I keep a set of "stubby" gauges in my tool bag. Great for quick pressure checks or when your gauges are on the roof and you need to check pressure at the evap coil.
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    :cheers: Ya think?:grin2::grin2:

    :cheers: Ya think?:grin2::grin2:
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    Strange that all that went wrong with one unit,...

    Strange that all that went wrong with one unit, but stranger things have happened. Not enough info, but I would like to ask, have you checked your head master If it's stuck it can really throw you...
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    You have to look at the BTU Rating at the rated...

    You have to look at the BTU Rating at the rated temp your looking for. I believe that is a difference in Compression Ratio, have an effect on the captubes, but I won't swear to it. As for the...
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    +1 Probably a bad valve.

    +1 Probably a bad valve.
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    or those pesky little quick connectors for the...

    or those pesky little quick connectors for the fan motors backed out. :grin2::grin2:
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    I feel your pain. I often get calls like that. ...

    I feel your pain. I often get calls like that. Especially to find leaks. It's like, nobody fixes leaks anymore....:whistle::whistle::whistle:
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    I like True Boxes, but their T-stats do fail...

    I like True Boxes, but their T-stats do fail frequently.
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    Thanks I appreciate it. It was the eyes. The...

    Thanks I appreciate it. It was the eyes. The tech said it harvested and that the bin full light blinked rapidly as the ice fell. He had checked it out as you would the black board. I didn't...
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    some may be a whole lot more. I have seen boxes...

    some may be a whole lot more. I have seen boxes that run a 16 degree coil. The run to the point of freezing up then have a longer off cycle. That was just "generically" speaking. Sometimes you...
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    That's the problem. It does not blink when the...

    That's the problem. It does not blink when the ice falls. The bin full light will come on and off however, when you stick your hand between them. It's a weird one.
    The blue controller was set...
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    Just go back to your basics. You have to be...

    Just go back to your basics. You have to be "below" the ambient to pick up heat. Figure out where you want your cut out to be. I usually start with about 10 degrees below box temp.

    For example...
  17. +1 Humidity could be a real problem.

    +1 Humidity could be a real problem.
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    I would recommend a Sporlan Catch All drier. ...

    I would recommend a Sporlan Catch All drier. They seem to be the best at catching any residual "waxing" from the POE oil.
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    Just roll your cap tubes up on something like a...

    Just roll your cap tubes up on something like a wd40 can or something. Install and leave excess in the box. Zip tie it to prevent vibrations. I usually put three on the circle and then zip it to...
  20. That's hillarious:grin2:

    That's hillarious:grin2:
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    is the evap coil located in the top of the...

    is the evap coil located in the top of the freezer (Box) or mounted on the top, inside the box
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    Scotsman CME656

    Had a weird one today. Got called to go behind another tech. The machine ran fine but would not sense the ice falling. Therefore it would get 2 blinks on the ref light and eventually lock out. ...
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    Funny you should ask. I had one kick my tail...

    Funny you should ask. I had one kick my tail today? I've worked on lot's of them, but this one had me scratching my head
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    No but I have had them feed to ground. I've...

    No but I have had them feed to ground. I've changed several Fan Delay/Def Termination switches and if I remember correctly, the door heater switch.
    Maybe it's a bad batch.
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    Never heard of them. Who carries them?

    Never heard of them. Who carries them?
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