Type: Posts; User: tech37
What a POS install.
The guy filling was trying to round charge up to the next highest 10$ figure?
Looks like the installer left his tools behind.
:eek2:Another reason for sterilization laws so "stupid" genetics don't carry to the next generation!
What happens in the guest house stays in the guest house!;)
I get clausterphobic just looking at that pic.
You tell 'em Bob !!!!
Hey, Isn't That some of Curly Howard Fine's handywork?
Wonder if there was any paperwork left in evap. section?
Bet they run some high head pressures with that stuff trying to pass through condensers.
:censored:Talked to tech support once and he recommended using a crescent wrench on agitator center and stricking with hammer to unlock as gear motor force against bin ice sometimes makes this step a...
I agree. Sounds like the sensing bulb is loosing pressure.
Isn't #1 & #3 the same unit in a before and after shot ?:anyone:
Kinda looks like mine at the end of a busy week but it don't stay like that much longer cause it bugs me too much.
Considering the amount of corrosion on the draft housing, how was the rest of the heat exchanger?? Looks questionable...
I agree! Bet theres a hole somewhere unless the HE has been replaced b4.
Only eleven years old? Without maintenance thats like you kicking off at "only 700"!
Does this Evaporator have a line to line heat exchanger? I once had a unit with similar symptoms and found that the liquid line that dips into the suction line,
had a small crack in it. It would...
McQuay RTU's are beginning to use these type.
I'm gonna have niightmares for weeks.
Too funny! Youd thinke sum1 wood seee thu tag wuz mispilled.
I think he's talking about the three phase breaker label being continued in marker on wall. also looks as if it was corrected.
I agree, save the customer $$$ by replacing BAD design parts.
:confused:The fact she asked you why her son had it points to the problem directly. Some people....:confused:
I'd agree with Mike, bet it's been dropped.