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    My subcooling was 20 degrees. I was told this by...

    My subcooling was 20 degrees. I was told this by a tech that was familiar with the system, but was not on sight. I asked him what the subcool should be over the phone and he said 20. Most charts you...
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    Seemungalm, don't let these guys get you down. a...

    Seemungalm, don't let these guys get you down. a run cap won't reverse rotation. In 3-phase you swap two phases (wires), in single phase you swap the two small wires that look like jumpers. These...
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    Yes, obviously it had two condensers, one for the...

    Yes, obviously it had two condensers, one for the the 22 in the fridge and and another for the 404 in the freezer. My mistake with wording. Also, thank-you for responding to my thread. I also don't...
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    The two lines are both owned by Goodman. You are...

    The two lines are both owned by Goodman. You are right. My only point is my experience, which is limited to what I have seen in the field. I have had so many problems with 13 SEER Goodman that I...
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    I also thought that the idea behind a rack was to...

    I also thought that the idea behind a rack was to use the same condenser. This one had two. Obviously for different refrigerants. Is this common, uncommon, or a retrofit?
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    As an add on to my original thread, the fridge in...

    As an add on to my original thread, the fridge in my head was on a rack with two other compressors with sight glasses. Neither of them had bubbles in the sight glass, but they were both to the...
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    Bubbles in a Sight Glass

    You guys will have to excuse me, as I have less than 3 years and only one year in commercial. I also have little experience in refrigeration but occasionally have to do it.
    I have seen on...
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    I got lucky last summer. I was tired of local...

    I got lucky last summer. I was tired of local small residential companies explaining to me why I wasn't getting paid what I had earned. I applied with a big commercial mechanical company that I was...
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    I used to work for a construction company that...

    I used to work for a construction company that installed equipment in poor homes for state programs. We all got payed prevailing wage ($40/hr) to do HVAC work, so the owner bought Goodman almost...
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    Last summer I got a job with a pretty big...

    Last summer I got a job with a pretty big commercial company. Coming from residential, I went from replacing three compressors a day plus extras , to spending up to ten hours on one compressor.
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    Me too!

    Hey ORV, I'm in the same boat. I have been doing this for less than three years. Somehow I made it into commercial and now I'm learning boilers and chillers while I am still learning A/C's and heat...
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    Too many voltages

    I am only an HVAC Tech, not an electrician, though you have mentioned too many voltages. In th U.S., we use 115 VAC, single phase at 60 Hz for domestic use. Hertz is revolutions per cycle. The rest...
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    I just payed for a pound of 15% silver braze....

    I just payed for a pound of 15% silver braze. Together, with what I had left in the van, it should get me through the end of this season. I don't want to talk about what it cost, so I will talk about...
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    A Big Deal?

    At my company, the actual policy on what to use to seal refrigerant fittings over the past year changed at least three times. It may have changed more than three times, but I didn't here about the...
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    Ohm's Law

    Remember that according to Ohm's Law that if voltage goes down, Amps go up. If your unit was rated at 230V and was only given 115V and running, the Amperage drawn was doubled. The motors and...
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    I like Furnas too

    Of all the contactors I have replaced, I always thought in the 40A and below range that Furnas had the the best product. It was the most interchangeable and always fit. It was priced right and never...
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    Talking and Driving

    We all know that talking on the cell phone and driving is not a good thing. We can all agree that driving and texting is stupid. My company has a no phone policy when driving, even bluetooth. My...
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