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  1. Thread: No Superheat

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    Pittsburgh? No I was not.

    Pittsburgh? No I was not.
  2. Thread: No Superheat

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    Line temp was measured at compressor. And line...

    Line temp was measured at compressor. And line insulation is good.
  3. Thread: No Superheat

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    Sorry guys, I've been swamped still haven't had a...

    Sorry guys, I've been swamped still haven't had a chance to go back yet. As soon as I do I'll update.

    And thanks for all the great advice and direction.

    So stupid question. What information...
  4. Thread: No Superheat

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    It's in a finished basement. Haven't had a...

    It's in a finished basement.

    Haven't had a chance to go back yet to try the things everyone has mentioned.
  5. Thread: No Superheat

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    I'll admit I don't know everything but I...

    I'll admit I don't know everything but I genuinely want to.

    We are a small town and this is a long time customer of ours. So I know that no one else has been there in previous years. When I say...
  6. Thread: No Superheat

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    Things is it has worked good in previous years. ...

    Things is it has worked good in previous years. Also the unit is 11yrs old.
  7. Thread: No Superheat

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    indoor 77F outdoor 75F orifice for metering...

    indoor 77F
    outdoor 75F
    orifice for metering device

    liquid and wb I do not have : (
  8. Thread: No Superheat

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    No Superheat

    I'm stumped, or overlooking something simple.

    R22, 75F ambient
    68psi suction
    200psi liquid
    43F suction line temp
    air flow is good
    fan speed is good
    evaporator, condenser secondary heat...
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    Sounds like the unit is cooling, just not as fast...

    Sounds like the unit is cooling, just not as fast as you'd like. Cooling your home takes longer than heating it. Have a pro go over it he will be able to tell you if the unit is working properly. ...
  10. Thread: Tech Support

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    Have you tried turning it off and on again? ~...

    Have you tried turning it off and on again? ~ I.T. Crowd
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    Personally, it's not big enough for me. And the...

    Personally, it's not big enough for me. And the XL is too big. Other than that it was a great bag. Zipper wore out but still works. Strap still works but is shredded from a lot of use. If you can...
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    Frostbite on the lungs sure sounds horrible.

    Frostbite on the lungs sure sounds horrible.
  13. Thread: Best knee pads

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    Volleyball pads for me.

    Volleyball pads for me.
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    Thanks for the advice guys, I'm lucky in that I...

    Thanks for the advice guys, I'm lucky in that I have you and an experienced tech who takes my phone calls on a daily basis, : )
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    Good advice, I know how easy it is to over look...

    Good advice, I know how easy it is to over look the little/obvious things.
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    Working on getting the PRO membership, still have...

    Working on getting the PRO membership, still have a few posts to go before I qualify. :grin2:
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    Service Tech, 1st AC Season

    Was hopping you seasoned HVAC veterans could give a young service tech some advice.

    Wondering what to except/need for my first AC season. Or any information you think would help. : )
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    That's what I use, only problem is moving apps on...

    That's what I use, only problem is moving apps on the iPhone to another page can be a challenge.
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    Don't give up, you'll get something eventually. ...

    Don't give up, you'll get something eventually. Also second career funding has stopped for the HVAC industry, so let's hope things turn around.
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    Very hard to find work in southwestern Ontario at...

    Very hard to find work in southwestern Ontario at this time. Second career funding for the last 5 years toward the HVAC industry, has saturated the job market with G2's.

    All I can say is make...
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    Sweet, you'll love it.

    Sweet, you'll love it.
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    I tried those too, I was constantly adjusting...

    I tried those too, I was constantly adjusting them.
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    The knee pads aren't tight enough to stop blood...

    The knee pads aren't tight enough to stop blood circulation, like my legs don't go numb, : )
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    Been using them for over a month and no problems,...

    Been using them for over a month and no problems, other than sweat.
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    http://spck.imageg.net/graphics/product_images/pSP...

    http://spck.imageg.net/graphics/product_images/pSPCK1-6445614t130.jpg

    They were a little tight the 1st few days, but now I hardly notice them. Plus I wear them under my pants so you can't tell...
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