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    Goodman :-)

    Goodman :-)
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    Found the leak

    I forgot to come back here to state where my leak was found, so I am thinking better late than never.

    This system had many leaks. I had already quickly fixed the leaking king values by putting a...
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    Cap being rusty

    Hey - that cap is a little rusty :-)

    Previous home owner had side panel open to weather with 50lb bottle of gas permanently guaged into it - he just gave it a blast each week in summer. Cert...
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    I found this poor fella after opening the access...

    I found this poor fella after opening the access plate to this home near Dallas, TX:

    http://www.imagewiz.net/usr/hvac1/11657_LizardLastStand.jpg
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    I have a core removal tool that occasionally...

    I have a core removal tool that occasionally allows me to replace the schrader without disturbing the charge. The reason I say occasionally is that I have encountered several systems (normally...
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    16 tons and whadda ya get

    In Dallas, my 2 story 3200 sq ft has 8 tons that I would call "adequate". We entertain upstairs frequently (25-30 people). We have to start around noon and crank both 4 ton units down to 70 and...
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    Also trying to find a small leak

    I am new to leak detection but not general servicing. I am trying to find a leak on an old system I just inhereted for servicing. I had been told that 150 PSI was the maximum anyone should use for...
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