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    I am not sure, but usually your base model...

    I am not sure, but usually your base model ZR94KCE compressors have an oil charge port, thus the port with the schraeder you're looking at. And per chance if the bullseye your looking at is towards...
  2. Is it just the blower contactor that drops out,...

    Is it just the blower contactor that drops out, or when the blower contactor is energized ALL contactors drop out?

    Is there a 13 code activated when this occurs?
  3. Being that were in the commercial forum, were...

    Being that were in the commercial forum, were sometimes dealing with some pretty expensive fuses. Thus, my customers would much rather pay for one now. I have really never had issues with remaining...
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    Call a tech, not many left that are familiar with...

    Call a tech, not many left that are familiar with the older HydroHeat Delta Mega-Tek (Quadro Therm or Protocol) geo-thermal heat-pump equipment. Very high end and very finicky. Hard to diagnose...
  5. I do not know of any 120v operated RTU unit that...

    I do not know of any 120v operated RTU unit that utilizes this Simplicity 1A or ELITE board. I think the issue your talking about deals only on the residential furnace S1-331 series boards. There are...
  6. FYI..off the subject. I shot an email to my...

    FYI..off the subject. I shot an email to my contact in the inner Lennox skunk works and also a message on the DaveNet Lennox community tech board to get the specific PWM/VDC output from an IMC to the...
  7. You and I know that our customers fully trust us...

    You and I know that our customers fully trust us and that when we give them options, they full-heartedly know that we have done everything in our power and if they choose to stay cheap, then so be...
  8. I will add one thing, and that is concerning the...

    I will add one thing, and that is concerning the design flaw of this particular model...TB eluded to it, too.

    If you track the discharge pipes from the compressors to the condenser coil and the...
  9. There is a suggested repair in the write-up at...

    There is a suggested repair in the write-up at the end of adding a separate transformer, but it is only for the rarest of occasions where everything has been done and we along with our customer are...
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    Constant Volume or MSAV (Variable Speed/VFD...

    Constant Volume or MSAV (Variable Speed/VFD driven)?

    If constant volume check ECTO 4.02, this is your blower ON delay. Factory set for 0 seconds, but can be set up to 60 seconds.

    If MSAV, well...
  11. Go to this thread in the Pro Forum: ...

    Go to this thread in the Pro Forum:

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1741531

    I wrote a troubleshooting manual just on this issue. Download it, it is long but read, but study it in...
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    Rose bud style tips are all I will ever use....

    Rose bud style tips are all I will ever use. Pretty much most manufactures make them.
  13. Thread: Old Yorkie

    by slctech
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    The only thing that kills those old York and some...

    The only thing that kills those old York and some Carrier similar units is the fact that many guys do not split those condenser coils for cleaning.
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    What did you figure out?

    What did you figure out?
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    Two different economizer/baro kits. One kit for...

    Two different economizer/baro kits. One kit for downflow applications and another for horizontal. In horizontal applications the barometric would be field installed in your duct.
    Thinking you got...
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    Things that bad that your buying underwear at the...

    Things that bad that your buying underwear at the Salvation Army and came across the hose?? :grin2: Haven't been in a thrift store in years, guess I gotta start checking them out. I hit pawn shops on...
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    VN-500 regulator by Western Enterprises is an all...

    VN-500 regulator by Western Enterprises is an all in one regulator that can be easily switched between brazing pressure, to purge pressure, and test pressure.
    Diversitech also makes an inline...
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    I think you found your answer. Though not clear...

    I think you found your answer. Though not clear exactly where it lies, but may need to run dedicated wire from sensor to thermostat. Something is pinched or slightly shorted, or not wired up...
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    Yes, I agree. One other thing I would suggest...

    Yes, I agree.

    One other thing I would suggest and it sounds fairly easy since from what I am reading there are multiple thermostats and sensors of the same model through out the place, is to swap...
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    I will check in on Monday. Like to also know type...

    I will check in on Monday. Like to also know type of 18/10 wire used? Stranded, solid, shielded, cheap brown sheathed residential, etc?
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    I am at a loss. The 24v and 120v are nothing more...

    I am at a loss. The 24v and 120v are nothing more than means to power the sensor. The 120v goes through an internal transformer, doesn't mean that it will energize the 24v terminals with usable...
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    If your dealing with the same sensor as the...

    If your dealing with the same sensor as the original poster is talking about back in 2012, then your talking about the System Sensor D4120, correct?
    The current models should beable to be powered by...
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    Why break 120v power source? Just break the 24v...

    Why break 120v power source? Just break the 24v off of the furnace transformer or break the R between the furnace and thermostat. Any who your only powering the detector with 24v from the furnace,...
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    We will never know.

    We will never know.
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    Something may be constricted?

    Something may be constricted?
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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fieldpiece-Draft-Simulator...

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fieldpiece-Draft-Simulator-DDSM1-H27-458-/182034786232?hash=item2a621e67b8:g:G3sAAOSwB4NWzg7s
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    Keep your eyes on ebay. They pop up here and...

    Keep your eyes on ebay. They pop up here and there.
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    So how did it go??

    So how did it go??
  29. Here is their site for further info. ...

    Here is their site for further info.
    http://www.cleanlaser.de/wEnglish/unternehmen/unternehmen.php?navanchor=2110029
  30. Saw that video on the old youtoober a few weeks...

    Saw that video on the old youtoober a few weeks back and looked into it. The patents are owned by a German company called, CleanLaser. I could not find any pricing or distribution of their product...
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    You got mail, buddy.

    You got mail, buddy.
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    If you would update your profile with your email...

    If you would update your profile with your email I would email you the manuals you need. I know that TB (timebuilder) would do the same.

    As for the codes, they are absolutely unrelated.

    Both...
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    When the IMC (A55 or M-1) board is showing a 58...

    When the IMC (A55 or M-1) board is showing a 58 code, this means that the board is not seeing a 24v signal back to the GV1 of the board.
    Basically as the separate ignition module energizes the gas...
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    Not so nice fan timer board. LOL

    Not so nice fan timer board. LOL
  35. Thread: The Hoverboard

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    I think they are totally asinine. But leads me...

    I think they are totally asinine. But leads me to one of my more favorite videos....nothing like a 27 year old dude screaming for his mommy to grab some water...LOL...
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    The hose is from a JB CLV-6Y hose and valve kit....

    The hose is from a JB CLV-6Y hose and valve kit. I junk the valve and then can attach any gauge head I want to it.
    http://www.jbind.com/products/product-search-detail.aspx?SKU=CLV-6Y
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    VTP99......nice H/W fan timer board on your dash...

    VTP99......nice H/W fan timer board on your dash their ;)
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    Here is mine

    Here is mine
  39. You'll be just fine with 15% silphos. Dress warm,...

    You'll be just fine with 15% silphos. Dress warm, thick gloves, and don't absentmindedly place any metal near your lips....triple doggy dare ya.
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    The piston fairies, they fly in during the night,...

    The piston fairies, they fly in during the night, lift the head, drop the sump, loosen the rod, pull the piston/rod, put everything back together and fly away. They are cousins to the almighty...
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    Thermo Pride doesn't make their own coils or AC...

    Thermo Pride doesn't make their own coils or AC equipment. They re-brand equipment that is manufactured by Johnson Control's subsidiary UPG who produces all the equipment for York, Luxaire, Coleman,...
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    I think would send an RFI to the engineer for...

    I think would send an RFI to the engineer for clarification on the mfg of the smoke detector he threw in his drawings, probably something on their drawings that he just clicked and dragged.
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    If the evaps are below the condenser I usually...

    If the evaps are below the condenser I usually drill a hole in the evap coil's lowest point and drain any logged oil. Open forum so just food for thought, not going to get into specifics.
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    Only stuff I use now and the only stuff that...

    Only stuff I use now and the only stuff that works is Muggy SuperAlloy #1 Best shiznit ever made.

    http://muggyweld.com/aluminum-to-copper-tubing
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    So wonder what came of...

    So wonder what came of this?????????????????????????????????
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    I will say one other thing, what an awful design....

    I will say one other thing, what an awful design. Until this thread, never seen a 240v powered remote spark module on newer equipment (there were a few Fenwal boards on early Lennox and Tranes back...
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    I wonder if your thinking about what we coin as...

    I wonder if your thinking about what we coin as the "white book" that dealt with the Reliatel control platform? Go to this thread. It is a long thread so start with thread #68 and on for a bunch of...
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    Not aware of it, if you figure it out let us...

    Not aware of it, if you figure it out let us know. I threw out this question in the Pro Forum and seeing if anyone has heard of this manual.
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    Not aware of a manual coined "The Red Book"....

    Not aware of a manual coined "The Red Book". Obviously I know of the Black and White Books. But if a Red one exists then I am interested in it, too.
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    I will add that you are pretty much stuck with...

    I will add that you are pretty much stuck with the OEM remote spark module "pilot re-light control". Just tore through all my documents, resources, and there is no aftermarket manufacturer that...
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