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    I may have over looked it, is there a Drip Leg on...

    I may have over looked it, is there a Drip Leg on the gas line?

    Looks great, saw the other one also, top notch install.
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    He started at $20.00 hr as a R.S.I. Graduate,...

    He started at $20.00 hr as a R.S.I. Graduate, makes 6 figs now. He knew very little, but showed the thirst to work for them. Ill quote him "Ill show the dedication, so they will not turn me away"
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    I school friend of mine took a job with them, He...

    I school friend of mine took a job with them, He moved to the norther part of the country to move up in the company.

    Nice thing is the constant training.

    Makes good money.

    Overall he is...
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    Poll: I have the yellow jacket digital gauges, CPS and...

    I have the yellow jacket digital gauges, CPS and JB Micron Gauges. All read different #'s. however the digital gauges read 28+ inch Mercury when I have a real van, oddly enough of I wait till I get...
  5. Electricity is color blind. This was drilled into...

    Electricity is color blind. This was drilled into my head through my apprenticeship.

    Fact is you all can ask for color standardization but the manufacturers will not go along with it. See Trane...
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    I have some experience with them, now I am...

    I have some experience with them, now I am confident you had a bad "failed" module.

    I have only had to install them on a Payne units from then 70's, you have to remove the constant 24vac from the...
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    Ok, check a few things that can cause this issue....

    Ok, check a few things that can cause this issue.

    1. T-Stat, it is set up to Have a time off delay programmed in just for the blower.

    2. Is there a time off delay on the unit holding...
  8. Thread: i'm 98%

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    Well guess that explains a lot... kinda

    Well guess that explains a lot... kinda
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    Red Wire Strippers

    Red Wire Strippers
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    I would like to see an after picture of this...

    I would like to see an after picture of this mess.

    It just blows my mind people work on something like this and leave it a mess.

    High head in cooling?
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    Over the years I have learned that 99% of any...

    Over the years I have learned that 99% of any professional trade has many opinions and people who know what they are doing (and the inverse) So what I think I know gets challenged often, helps keep...
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    Mille, If you ever get wanna move to Arizona,...

    Mille,

    If you ever get wanna move to Arizona, you have a guaranteed job with us. We have 1 other Tech that preforms the same level of work you do, he is our most requested employee and payed very...
  13. Sticky: Hello all, My name is Jonathan and I started...

    Hello all,

    My name is Jonathan and I started in the Mechanical field when I was 15 years of age, back in 1997. My Grandfather and now my Father own a union company located in Phoenix, AZ. This...
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    Units will pull less then 8 amps at 208vac. ...

    Units will pull less then 8 amps at 208vac.

    1500 wats Divided by 208VAC = 7.21154 amps

    Now I am no sparky, I leave all of that up to my brother.

    So off the top of my head, if he was to go...
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    Companies fail all the time, I would guess it is...

    Companies fail all the time, I would guess it is the risk your customer takes when making a purchase. Your company could go under, act..

    However I don't know the terms you sell your product, so...
  16. I see they farmed their Operations Manual design,...

    I see they farmed their Operations Manual design, type, spell check, data check (you get the point) off to China also, DAMN THEM. One more thing to trouble shoot...
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    It is only for fresh air make up if I read the OP...

    It is only for fresh air make up if I read the OP correctly. We don't the the age of the building, but this could have been installed to bring the building up to code (%) of make up air.

    Could...
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    Last spring we had the same issue with a 40 year...

    Last spring we had the same issue with a 40 year old building. We had similar issues to what you are having.

    Back ground on the building, 85 units in North Scottsdale AZ, most of the units were...
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    When did money become skill or knowledge? You...

    When did money become skill or knowledge?

    You work on expensive equipment, great, so do I. In fact I built tools for Intel for 7 years under J.B. Rodgers and Kinetics, we are talking MULTI MILLION...
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    Ill post a few photos of what I ran into this...

    Ill post a few photos of what I ran into this summer, what you did was great, what we had to do was.... Epicfail
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    Correction, I just went through the notes I could...

    Correction, I just went through the notes I could find on that, and only 2 gave me lose suction and high superheat, corrected OFM on both, came into line. So who knows.
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    Slower air speed you remove more heat (btu's) per...

    Slower air speed you remove more heat (btu's) per pound of air giving you a high split but low total btu's removed per minute.

    To fast of air speed you remove less heat (btu's) per pound a air...
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    Your contrast of comparisons is very one sided,...

    Your contrast of comparisons is very one sided, you compare apples to buttons.

    Who is more valuable, water.

    An employee that flows like water is the most valuable, able to match the shape of...
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    I have a few questions as I am not that familiar...

    I have a few questions as I am not that familiar with Trane and their residential dual fuel systems.

    I think you said in the video that it was a heat pump. Also with a furnace, awesome.

    At what...
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    I know I am new to this forum, and well new to...

    I know I am new to this forum, and well new to your site. Found it a few weeks back.

    I can not see (or really do not have permission) to view said link.

    I know I am missing something, most...
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