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    Have you checked the programming of the...

    Have you checked the programming of the thermostat? I cant seem to find anything on that. Alot of thermostats have min/max setpoints that you can program in so people dont mess around.
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    Thanks for the reply. I checked out the link. ...

    Thanks for the reply. I checked out the link.

    The solenoid is a Parker a4 Series adaptomade inlet pressure regulator.
    ...
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    Hot gas bypass question

    Hey I have a question about HGBP. The valve in question is a Parker p/n 205227.
    The stem on the bottom I know is to manually open or close. I'm assuming the stem on the top is for opening pressure?...
  4. Do these units have an economizer? Maybe the free...

    Do these units have an economizer? Maybe the free cooling change over setpoint is too high.
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    Lol you should speculate more often...

    Lol you should speculate more often...
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    Update

    So today I pulled the gas and took off the motor cover on the side.
    It turns out G&S forgot to put a keyway in.
    How it ran for 40 mins I don't know.
    Parts are on order. Should have the unit...
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    Thanks for the replies. I called there tech...

    Thanks for the replies.

    I called there tech support and the guy said there is a screw that connects the drive shaft on the motor to the crankshaft of the compressor. He told me to take off the...
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    Semi hermetic issues

    I swapped out a G&S (copeland) semi hermetic compressor this week on a Trane split condensing unit. Sorry I don't have m/n at the moment.

    The new compressor ran great for about 40 mins until I...
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    I think you need to give more info. Does this...

    I think you need to give more info.

    Does this unit have the means to run in low ambient conditions?
    What problems are you having with it?

    We are not there with you so you have to be way more...
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    I had this problem before too.. I kept trying to...

    I had this problem before too.. I kept trying to braze it and all the other ones kept pulling out. I eventually sweated the distributor out and picked up a new one and started fresh. I made sure to...
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    Sounds like a bad contactor coil to me.

    Sounds like a bad contactor coil to me.
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    How long does it usually take to get pro...

    How long does it usually take to get pro membership approval?
    I applied a few days ago and I am anxious to get in there and learn!
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    lol I apologize, I took the post the wrong way.

    lol I apologize, I took the post the wrong way.
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    How is that not learning the trade? For ten...

    How is that not learning the trade? For ten months I was learning refrigeration. I was working on walk INs, refrigerators, and ac's. Plus 3 hours of theory everyday.
    After that I was hired on at a...
  15. The only difference is you probably wouldn't ask...

    The only difference is you probably wouldn't ask a dumbass question on a PC discussion forum.
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    I took ten months of refrigeration pre employment...

    I took ten months of refrigeration pre employment in college. It was the best thing I could have done.
    I was the first person from pre employment my boss hired and he was pretty amazed at what I...
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    What kind of refrigerant?

    What kind of refrigerant?
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    How would you locate a leak with a vacuum test?...

    How would you locate a leak with a vacuum test?
    Nitrogen and soap is the way to go.
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    I'll leak check all troublesome areas to be 100%...

    I'll leak check all troublesome areas to be 100% sure there are no leaks. I'll spray the txv and every flare connections. It takes only a few extra minutes and you can be more sure you won't be...
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    I start with 50 psi and work my way up to no more...

    I start with 50 psi and work my way up to no more than 300 psi.
    I've found a few leaks at 300 that didn't show at 150.
    In school I was taught that nitrogen is a bigger molecule than refrigerant so...
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    it could be the t-stat itself. W1 may not be...

    it could be the t-stat itself. W1 may not be energizing the G circuit. Ive had this happen before.
    Did you try jumping R to G? That'll tell you if your stat is no good.
  22. You should try calling a local contractor to help...

    You should try calling a local contractor to help you out.
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    Is the water being treated with chemical? Hard...

    Is the water being treated with chemical? Hard untreated water will cause scaling up.
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    You should be able to use water to clean the...

    You should be able to use water to clean the coils. Isnt there a condensate pan and drain?

    Change the belts and filters.
    Check the motor alignment.
    Possibley change the pulleys if they're worn...
  25. Here in Canada ductless splits are somewhat...

    Here in Canada ductless splits are somewhat common but are usually only used for cooling server rooms. Since this was my first service call on one of these units, Im assuming they're quite reliable. ...
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