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  1. remove the condenser coil

    remove the condenser coil
  2. Thread: Bryant txv

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    supco recommends a 9:1 ratio compressor...

    supco recommends a 9:1 ratio compressor oil/supco, is that the guidelines you followed, i tried it in a unit that ran for about 5days while waiting for replacement txv, i tried a light ratio which...
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    lennox has a video on youtube demonstrating their...

    lennox has a video on youtube demonstrating their way of making the repair
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    i guess breaking "Y" is the best way to go, even...

    i guess breaking "Y" is the best way to go, even if the customer doesn't notice the house getting warm rite away, the coil won't be a block of ice and the compressor won't be running hot.
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    a lot of my customers have one or two of those...

    a lot of my customers have one or two of those 30k btu kerosene space heaters for times that power goes out. some have those no power, no-vent gas heaters. i guess nothing is 100%.
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    i have seen plumbers winterize a house using...

    i have seen plumbers winterize a house using 15-20 gals. of rv anti-freeze and a wet/dry shop vac. as far as a hot water heating system, i figured that the water would be treated for freezing...
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    i was only referring to people(snow-birds) that...

    i was only referring to people(snow-birds) that are not there all winter.
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    i always advise my snow-bird customers to...

    i always advise my snow-bird customers to winterize the house, because it power is out for several days the house will freeze anyway. plus they can save money by not having to run the heat
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    come on, i know someone else has had a problem...

    come on, i know someone else has had a problem like this,,,,,
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    since we are on the subject of brazing, how do...

    since we are on the subject of brazing, how do you guys keep the steam from the wet rag away from the torch tip. the steam seems to really knock the heat down and/or put out the flame when using the...
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    around here the siding guys try to hit it with...

    around here the siding guys try to hit it with nails/screws. i once found a 3inch screw thru the suction line, it took them a half dozen try's before they hit it that time.
  12. Thread: Bryant txv

    by davidj001
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    is that a danfoss valve?

    is that a danfoss valve?
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    those old units have oil filled capacitors, i...

    those old units have oil filled capacitors, i don't know why they last so long maybe the oil dissipates heat better. just use gloves when you have to handle one that leaks, the oil can cause cancer.
  14. do you think the xv20i is worth the extra money...

    do you think the xv20i is worth the extra money over the xv18?
  15. how about the feeling when a semi runs over...

    how about the feeling when a semi runs over it,,,,,,:grin2:
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    your in-box is full, just being nosey and...

    your in-box is full, just being nosey and wondering if you had gotten to that call in commerce yet?
  17. Thread: Got shocked

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    how about 3-phase equipment installed with a...

    how about 3-phase equipment installed with a single phase disconnect? thats the one drove it home with me about always double checking with my meter, to make it worse, i stopped at the inspectors...
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    it was a cold day in late fall and the home owner...

    it was a cold day in late fall and the home owner was able to drag it out from under the house with a garden rake, just lucky for me he was home his wife nearly passed out when she saw it.
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    try being under a house with one of those dam...

    try being under a house with one of those dam things and its between you and the access door
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    maybe the folks that make rescue motors should...

    maybe the folks that make rescue motors should start making mounting brackets also.
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    that's what I'm working on a gmnt120-5d. I think...

    that's what I'm working on a gmnt120-5d. I think the blower wheels I've been getting are fubar'd, glad we ordered a new oem motor today.
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    smart move, I'd sell my wife and kids before I...

    smart move, I'd sell my wife and kids before I sold a tool. ask Bacharach what you need to do for long term storage and put it in the closet, you'll need it again someday.
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    I ran the motor with out the wheel and it was...

    I ran the motor with out the wheel and it was running smooth and the shaft was good and steady. I'm thinking the flex mount I'm using is just not strong enough although I've not had this problem with...
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    rescue motors and mounting brackets

    using a 3/4 h.p. 115v rescue and a a.o.smith flex mounting bracket, initially I was called out because the blower wheel had blew apart, got the new wheel and went back to install it along with rescue...
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    he could of bloodied her nose for her, that's...

    he could of bloodied her nose for her, that's what my kid did
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