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    Thought that be what you were lookig at but...

    Thought that be what you were lookig at but wasn't sure. Thanks for the input! :cheers:
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    Not trying to be a smart *** or anything like...

    Not trying to be a smart *** or anything like that. Just a little knowledge I might not be aware of. What does the COP got to do with it?
  3. This place sounds like a milking business that's...

    This place sounds like a milking business that's probably one day going to be brought to the attention of some state attorney general. Just has the ring of a confidence man operation.
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    From just a quick figure it kind of looks like...

    From just a quick figure it kind of looks like you would need about a 10 ton unit. But that's just a quick guesstamation all the math needs to be done in reality.
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    Check these sites out they should help you out...

    Check these sites out they should help you out some. These heat exchanger's are really pretty simple.

    http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/boiling-point-water-d_926.html
    ...
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    Control Man is correct. Also, always remember...

    Control Man is correct. Also, always remember some people are a legend in their own mind. And you can't have a battle of Witt's with an unarmed person. It isn't polite. Keep the chin up and rock on....
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    I think just about all flaring tube kits contain...

    I think just about all flaring tube kits contain the attachment's for swaging. Just in case you didn't already know this. Good Luck! :cheers:
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    Well, in that case I would check out the...

    Well, in that case I would check out the Honeywell and decide on what type you like. They are an excellent T-Stat. I have used them for year's and I am kind of parcel to them. They also use the...
  9. Thread: Amp Meters

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    I think I would check out how much it would cost...

    I think I would check out how much it would cost to have it re-calibrated and then make a decision.
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    Sounds like your asking if you could use an auto...

    Sounds like your asking if you could use an auto change over T-Stat. You might be able to upgrade to this type of control.

    However, you can't just eliminate all the other control's and expect it...
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    Would this happen to maybe be a question on a...

    Would this happen to maybe be a question on a test. kind of sounds like like it now that I think about it.

    I use to write test questions for trainee's and this sounds like a question I would ask...
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    This is a condenser. What is it being used for?...

    This is a condenser. What is it being used for? there is many uses for a condenser. One of the many things a condenser is used for is making White Lighting. Ever see the liquid dripping out the end...
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    Not the number of tubes it would take to do...

    Not the number of tubes it would take to do something of this magnitude. Have you checked the water supply and discharge pressure of the condensing water entering and leaving the tube nest? What...
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    Either no water supply to the tube nest, plugged...

    Either no water supply to the tube nest, plugged in-line strainer, plugged water outlet, plugged, plugged office, disk and vlv stem came apart inside vlv body. A lot of seriously ruptured tubes .
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    Probably the reason for the lower nitrite level...

    Probably the reason for the lower nitrite level is to meet new EPA Limits for the acceptable level of nitrites allowed in the water since its considered a hazard. usually the nitrites is used as an...
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    Water testing and treatment is usually contracted...

    Water testing and treatment is usually contracted out to a professional water chemistry business. You have to be certified to test and treat the water of the system. The amount and type of chemicals...
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    I agree, this is absolutely correct. If you took...

    I agree, this is absolutely correct. If you took the height of the tank and multiply that by .434 it will give you the static head pressure. :cheers:
  18. "Touche`" you got me! my "DUH" :CU:

    "Touche`" you got me! my "DUH" :CU:
  19. Well,any tech worth his salt should know that you...

    Well,any tech worth his salt should know that you have to figure in the line set. If they don't know how to do it then maybe a little more of an education is in order!!:cheers:
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  20. Recover, evacuate, weigh in the manufacture...

    Recover, evacuate, weigh in the manufacture charge, and move on!:cheers:
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    You need to get the information of the chiller...

    You need to get the information of the chiller and get the manual. It should have the error codes in it.
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    Maybe its short cycling and burning up the...

    Maybe its short cycling and burning up the compressor?
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    Thanks! you will probably enjoy it.

    Thanks! you will probably enjoy it.
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    Check this link out if you haven't already. It...

    Check this link out if you haven't already. It also has links to other information. I use it often and iis usallylgood for a couple of days reading.
    Enjoy.
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    If you could post a picture of it maybe someone...

    If you could post a picture of it maybe someone might recognize it and go from there. If your going to replace it doesn't matter what it is. Also a newer unit is probably going to be a lot more...
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