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    U set the lpc at the setting that u feel as...

    U set the lpc at the setting that u feel as necessary below normal operating pressure to shut down condensing unit unless u r using it for temp control which u r not. In my opinion above 0pig when...
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    I may be wrong but scrolls are not designed to...

    I may be wrong but scrolls are not designed to run below 0psig somebody correct me if but If that is so u can't do a pump down test on a scroll u have to contact the manufacturer to do efficiency...
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    What kind of refrigerant and what temp r u trying...

    What kind of refrigerant and what temp r u trying to hold. Did u have gauges on and if so how for down did it pump when u pumped down. What kind of compressor is it also.
  4. I don't think I'm out in left field I don't...

    I don't think I'm out in left field I don't necessarily agree with a lot of these companies hiring practices I've worked for some large national outfits and didn't like the hiring or promotion or...
  5. Wow I did not know that the guys that I work for...

    Wow I did not know that the guys that I work for actually have a choice in who they hire and fire. I'm sorry I just would like the option to start my on company and invest my on resources or have...
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    It sounds like he's already putting good money in...

    It sounds like he's already putting good money in a bad unit replace the motors and blower wheel I'm not to big on rigging junk it sounds like he's happy in his poopy diapers
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    If most of it is from the blower then u could...

    If most of it is from the blower then u could just replace the blower motor and wheel if its belt driven then replace the bearings
  8. The suction

    The suction
  9. U will need pull the compressor and change the...

    U will need pull the compressor and change the oil its poe oil u will never get the moisture out of that oil u will need to pour it into something and measure it then pour the new oil back in.
  10. Did you mean 320psi high side if so on 134a with...

    Did you mean 320psi high side if so on 134a with a 20# suction I would think u are overcharged with a restriction. I've met people who will overcharge to force up suction pressure for temporary fixes...
  11. Thread: r12 system

    by smjrusche
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    Why not 134A it's apparently using a txv most of...

    Why not 134A it's apparently using a txv most of the problems I have with 134A come from cap tube systems and waxing I have the same issues with all refrigerants using poe oil and cap tubes.
  12. Thread: r12 system

    by smjrusche
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    If I was going to change the compressor I would...

    If I was going to change the compressor I would convert to 134A. While u have the compressor out just fluah it with rx11 and pull a good vacuum.
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    You could go ahead and isolate the coils but u...

    You could go ahead and isolate the coils but u may what to separate 1 coil by it self and blow it out to are how much oil is in it. You may have to do them 1 at a time. I think they may very well be...
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    Has it ever worked

    Has it ever worked
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    It sounds like ur TXV are closed down. I would...

    It sounds like ur TXV are closed down. I would insure I had refrigerant to them pull and clean the strainers on them if possible(pump down first) and make sure ur pwr heads r in good condition not...
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    Probably so I usually add a swivel tee to the...

    Probably so I usually add a swivel tee to the discharge access and put it on there. No headache and a lot simpler.
  17. Sticky: Graduated local community college hvac school in...

    Graduated local community college hvac school in 92 went to work that summer for a small local outfit in my hometown got stuck wrapping duct and sealing joints in attics. Fell through a ceiling after...
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    I would Chk the fan to make sure of airflow and...

    I would Chk the fan to make sure of airflow and door seal then put a thermometer in it to Chk the temp of the air that's returning to the evaporator. You can take that and compare to the temp...
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    Worked Coke Service for 8 years never heard of...

    Worked Coke Service for 8 years never heard of them selling equipment. Liability I was told. Trying stopping a coke service guy most around here will tell you just don't ask for samples most don't...
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    I would Chk my voltage, everything you said leads...

    I would Chk my voltage, everything you said leads me in that direction. It could be under, over or you've lost a leg and single phasing. A blown fuse or bad breaker will do this every time. Good luck.
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    I would check you're operating pressures first....

    I would check you're operating pressures first. The TXV would be at the end of my list to Chk.
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    I've always been in favor of protecting the...

    I've always been in favor of protecting the system. With manual resets it may cause emergency calls but it eliminates most of the ( well its been acting up for 2 weeks ) calls that auto resets gives...
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    I've always thought it looked a lot neater coming...

    I've always thought it looked a lot neater coming out of a junction box on the light circut or dedicated and I've always added a pigtail butt connectors and heat shrink to extend the line to the box...
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    I was 19 when I got outta school spent 1 of the...

    I was 19 when I got outta school spent 1 of the worst summers of my life in an attic wrapping duct in an attic in Mississippi. Took me 7 yrs to get over it b4 I got on with a commercial cooking equip...
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    Trues are ok but from a service stand point I...

    Trues are ok but from a service stand point I like Victory and Defiled. Most Defiled are custom that I see so you can
    get it about however you like and most Victory have condensing units on top...
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