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    Thank you. I will relay my new information with...

    Thank you. I will relay my new information with my tail between my legs. lol
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    beenthere, I guess my point was that If on a...

    beenthere,
    I guess my point was that If on a hot day of summer I decide to start up the stove for an afternoon of canning I will add extra heat to the home thus causing the AC to run more...
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    Interesting thoughts...I guess to sum things up...

    Interesting thoughts...I guess to sum things up would you agree that since the refrigerator will run more being beside the oven/stove and the home AC unit will also run more due to the heat injected...
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    Wonderful Response Rizzlebop. This is the kind of...

    Wonderful Response Rizzlebop. This is the kind of input I was looking for. The appliance is a single oven with a stove on top of it. Sorry for the mis-use of terms. From what you have expressed,...
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    HA, HA! Nice one! lol

    HA, HA! Nice one! lol
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    RayD8630, That was the point of my post. My...

    RayD8630,
    That was the point of my post. My thinking was that there was a 5" air space between the 2 appliances, the refrigerator is designed to keep the all of the cold air in to be most...
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    Refrigerator/Oven isolation

    I guess I got into an sort of "argument" with a friend of mine while we were building new kitchen cupboards. The kitchen layout requires the oven to be located next to the refrigerator. He insisted...
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    Response

    I put the covers back on and it still frosts the cap. tube when the compressor starts. I am planning on trying my electronic sniffer and maybe some soap suds to look for a leak. I have a couple...
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    OK, You are correct. Sorry for the incorrect...

    OK, You are correct. Sorry for the incorrect term. A DEhumidifier is what I am working on. I was however watching it with the cover off. I understand that the air flow wouldn't be the same. It did...
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    I have been trying to learn HVAC for some time on...

    I have been trying to learn HVAC for some time on my own. After taking several classes, I do have my universal license. I am stuck learning mostly from a book except for the ocasional help from the...
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    I am working on a refrigerated Compressed air...

    I am working on a refrigerated Compressed air dryer. (Kaeser model KRD 1600) I believe I have a simple question for you. The unit has a water cooled condenser with a metering valve controlling the...
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    Normally I have some kinda technical AC question,...

    Normally I have some kinda technical AC question, but this time it's kinda simple and for my own benefit. I have a Trion Air bear filter on my air handler at home. It takes a 20 X 24.25 X 5 filter....
  13. Thread: Evac. level ?

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    The problems continue...

    Now it's something else!!! I finished the evac. Then I started the charging. I charged a couple pounds of liquid R-22 to the high side of the system, as I did so I noticed that the suction side...
  14. Thread: o-rings

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    If I had a bad o-ring at my isolation/service...

    If I had a bad o-ring at my isolation/service valve at on the suction line of an R-22 ac unit, could I use a hydraulic O-ring as a replacement? I know the pressure rating is much higher than...
  15. Thread: Evac. level ?

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    You guys must really be desperate.

    You guys must really be desperate.
  16. Thread: Evac. level ?

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    Thanks for the comment about the gauge. I really...

    Thanks for the comment about the gauge. I really try to do everything right. People make comments about why things take me so long to fix, but I always double check my books to be sure I don't screw...
  17. Thread: Evac. level ?

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    I put the vac. gauge in a series directly after...

    I put the vac. gauge in a series directly after the vac. pump then the lines go to the center line of the manifold set, then the high and low side are open and connect accordingly. I'm glad to hear...
  18. Thread: Evac. level ?

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    Well as I start most of my posts - I am an HVAC...

    Well as I start most of my posts - I am an HVAC student trying to learn hands on at my factory competely on my own. (Except for you guys) I am currently working on a split AC system for a 1st story...
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    Shophound, You are correct about the high side...

    Shophound,

    You are correct about the high side pressure switch being for low amb. temps. I realize that the switch works off of system pressure not temp. My question involves using my...
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    Bring it on!! As long as I get some valid...

    Bring it on!! As long as I get some valid direction, I can take all you can dish (I think?) This is the most fun I've had in a post!
  21. Thread: thermistors

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    Here's a link to thermistors ...

    Here's a link to thermistors

    http://www.thermometrics.com/htmldocs/whatis.htm
  22. Thread: TU

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    Thanks NormChris for the link!

    Thanks NormChris for the link!
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    First off thanks for your replys. I expect some...

    First off thanks for your replys. I expect some crap for being new, but I also would like some good help and I seem to have gotten some. Thanks to all, especially Shop Hound. (I am enrolled at the...
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    I am trained by aq few college classes only. I am...

    I am trained by aq few college classes only. I am EPA certified. There is no one in my facility to teach me hands on. I am trying to do the best I can by myself. I know that superheat is the sensible...
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    I just did my first, leak fix, evac. and recharge...

    I just did my first, leak fix, evac. and recharge on a ac unit for an office in my factory. (It's not really mine) My head is swelled, but I still don't feel like I did as well as I could of. I have...
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    I am using a Ranco condenser fan cycling control...

    I am using a Ranco condenser fan cycling control switch.
    Model 010-2054. It has a 100psig to 400psig range, a differ. of 40-150 psi. and the switch style is SPST Close high, open low.
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    I am a student tech at my factory. I was trying...

    I am a student tech at my factory. I was trying to determine if a roof top condensor AC unit was low on a charge. (r22) I had my gauges attached and used my temp/pressure chart (outdoor ambient temp...
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    Relating to my earlier post called "high side...

    Relating to my earlier post called "high side pressure switch", I installed the switch with no problems. (I had to add a high side switch to run a rooftop condensor fan in a automotive factory AC...
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    Well, it's 40 degrees right now (day time)and...

    Well, it's 40 degrees right now (day time)and it's often below freezing this time of year. Most of our units have the high side switch controlling the condensor fan. This unit never had one...
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    I have been going to school for HVAC. I am EPA...

    I have been going to school for HVAC. I am EPA certified. When it comes to hands on at my factory, I'm on my own. I am working a AC unit for a office that was installed last June (By an outside...
  31. Thread: R12 to 134A

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    I am learning on a small "College Dorm"...

    I am learning on a small "College Dorm" refridgerator. It is a montgomery ward model B059C-C-WARD. It is an R-12 unit and appears to have had a leak and needs recharged. I would like to put 134A in...
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