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06-10-2013, 12:11 AM
He's already been told every thing to check. It's gone way to far in open forum.
06-03-2013, 11:17 PM
You got it.
So rethink your statement about R/G showing 0v
06-03-2013, 10:13 PM
What he said.
We like the ICM around my shop.
Even pressures, less wear and tear on equipment.
Not exactly sure about your furnace but I have seen a few 2-stage Goodmans not running 2-stage.
There is a dip switch setting on the board that needs to be changed.
Welcome to the club!
Seabolt, you're not very good at the whole Q and A thing here on the forum. I've noticed on your other topics also.
Did you fix your problem?!
I haven't had one pop off on me either but I've seen what they can do to a nut driver shaft. Not pretty!
05-21-2013, 12:32 AM
Whoa, settle down pal. I'm the only one who has replied and I was not rude. I gave you a hint. (which was probably breaking the rules) If you do what you say you do, this problem shouldn't be a big...
05-20-2013, 10:54 PM
Not much DIY help can be given on this site, especially when involving electricity.
There may be a wire diagram on the inside of your furnace cover. Give it some more thought.
Low for what? And why would you need A/C when it's 70* outside? Open a window!
What's your indoor temp?
Why did you shut off at 600?
I've recently had a system pull down to around 1000 and the go back up to atmosphere. Could see the oil in the compressor going crazy! As the off-gassing in the oil...
Because its not water.
I can't explain but I know what the refrigerant does. I'll sit and listen, we'll both learn something!
Could it be your condensate pump that you're hearing?
One of my mngrs was a Trane chiller guy for 20+ years. He's no slouch and sharp as a tack!
The Klein dual ncv works well enough.
Green light- no beeps= no voltage
Red light- slow beeps= low voltage
Red light- fast beeps= high voltage
I have noticed that if I wave it around it...
To answer your question.
Yes, I have seen a motor spin slowly. When all other variables checked good.
Better get a pro in there and get some options.
04-24-2013, 12:18 AM
I have an acct that uses VFD on their exhaust fans. Ramps up/down based on temps.
I haven't paid enough attention to tell you what the sensors are, dang it.
04-01-2013, 02:01 AM
I started a new job last Oct. with a large commercial company on my area. I haven't been asked to sell a thing.
I understand though that I and the other techs are, in a sense, THE...
Manufacturers heating charging chart.
Weigh it in per factory specs
I knew how to count the number of times an LED flashed on the Board!
You quoted a job with out even seeing it? I know we've all gotten that call though. Personally I try really hard to get on sight to see the issue or just give them some vague idea of a price.
There's actually a company named ACI in my neck of the woods.
And is that black mold on the wall in the 3rd pic?!
Uh, why couldn't they just drain on to the roof?
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