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  1. Thread: Tapatalk!

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    Is it just like the pc site?

    Is it just like the pc site?
  2. Sticky: Saw a guy on YouTube drill a hole and installed a...

    Saw a guy on YouTube drill a hole and installed a valve stem for a tubeless tire wheel. Pull the core out of it, install cap and there's your vent. I'm gonna try that.
  3. Sticky: I know. A man just got to vent every once in a...

    I know. A man just got to vent every once in a while to stay sane or at least just partially crazy. Lol!
  4. Sticky: If you could ask the CEO of a major manufacturer a serious question, what wou...

    I'd like to know the EPA SOB who designed the new fuel cans! You stupid, dimwitted SOB! Have you ever used a fuel can in your life?
    What's better, losing a little vapor or spilling fuel all over...
  5. Thread: Tapatalk!

    by cperk
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    Tapatalk!

    How come on tapatalk, I can't update my profile? I'm fixing to delete this app and go back to desktop once a month. So many things you miss out on with mobile tapatalk. It's too cumbersome in my...
  6. We need a realist in there, all this s@"t would...

    We need a realist in there, all this s@"t would be fixed!


    Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Water will just complicate the problem. Tell them...

    Water will just complicate the problem. Tell them your gonna half to shut her down to assess the situation.
    How did the ice get there? Door closer not working? Door held open for inventory (love...
  8. You can let the bypass control the D.P. in the...

    You can let the bypass control the D.P. in the bldg. Seems kinda Rube Goldburg-ish to me though. Why not just have a three way valve at the air handler-s to bypass the water and do away with the...
  9. Looks like variable primary to me. First you need...

    Looks like variable primary to me. First you need to know the minimum flow requirements for the chiller. Second you must have something reading the flow through the chiller, a diff. press....
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    I would assume it is because the fins on the...

    I would assume it is because the fins on the outer coil do not line up with fins on the inner coil. Thus everything that is coming between the outer coil fins hits the inner fin dead center and...
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    With most newer drives you can enable a flying...

    With most newer drives you can enable a flying start parameter. This allows a motor to be spinning at any speed and when drive gets a run command it starts at 60hz then "hunts" the speed of the...
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    We have had to replace several coils on cgaf's....

    We have had to replace several coils on cgaf's. Some were still under warranty. Ask your local Trane office.
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    That's it! I'm never huffing again, especially if...

    That's it! I'm never huffing again, especially if it's going to give me heart disease or a vagina.:putergreet:
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    LOL! I'm dusting off my keyboard right now with a...

    LOL! I'm dusting off my keyboard right now with a refrigerant hose and a drum of:censored:.
  15. Thread: Manly help

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    Aren't you supposed to sweat when you...

    Aren't you supposed to sweat when you workout?:angel:
  16. I would check it again after it pulled the space...

    I would check it again after it pulled the space down.
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    If it has the ribbon cable, and I assume it does,...

    If it has the ribbon cable, and I assume it does, check the comm connections from the chiller module to your fan relay output board and to your 1A starter module.
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    Are you talking about when the pump shuts down?...

    Are you talking about when the pump shuts down? Then your tower sump starts overflowing? If so, it has nothing to do with the check valve, it is the stopping of the pump. When the pump stops, it...
  19. A hot gas by-pass would work.

    A hot gas by-pass would work.
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    Motors that come with plugs have a sealed...

    Motors that come with plugs have a sealed bearing. On a motor with a fitting the drain plug is on the opposite side of bearing from the grease fitting, so the grease pushes through the bearing before...
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    Lennox has a commercial line? HEY are you the guy...

    Lennox has a commercial line? HEY are you the guy with big mustache in the Lennox ads?
  22. I have to argue with all of you guys. I got a...

    I have to argue with all of you guys. I got a pretty good sample of oil the first oil temp. sensor I tried to change. I thought it had a well. I was wearing enough oil to fill at least 10 of those...
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    Check the oil cooler. TEV powerhead cap tube is a...

    Check the oil cooler. TEV powerhead cap tube is a good place to start.
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    Did you meg the comp. or ohm it. Chase1 has a...

    Did you meg the comp. or ohm it. Chase1 has a good point about the crankcase heaters. If comp. is filled with liquid refrigerant (or) too much oil, it could be grounding it enough to blow a fuse. I...
  25. Thread: Trane Techview

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    Biggest tip I can give is, when you get into...

    Biggest tip I can give is, when you get into binding view it puts the machine in local stop. Then you have to hit auto for the machine to start. I ran into this on two emergency chillers that were...
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    Ditto, and also low discharge temp. with a...

    Ditto, and also low discharge temp. with a pulsating oil seperator.
  27. We had one building that had three way valves all...

    We had one building that had three way valves all throughout, with a VSD. We went in and made blankoffs for the bypasses on all but the end of the piping air handler. We done this to keep hot or...
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    You sChould take a dictionary, so you don't...

    You sChould take a dictionary, so you don't incorrectly spell words on the invoice.
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    This is why you need your gauges AND your...

    This is why you need your gauges AND your thermometer, to check superheat and subcooling. This will tell you to look at other things like dirty coils, TXV's and airflow.
  30. Thread: Joy axial fans

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    Yeah we have a bunch of them. On alot of them we...

    Yeah we have a bunch of them. On alot of them we have done away with the actuators that pitch the fan. We built some brackets to pitch them all the way loaded and installed VFD's on the motors. The...
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    Sounds like it's overcharged to me. Pull some gas...

    Sounds like it's overcharged to me. Pull some gas out and see what happens, or better yet, pull all the gas out and weigh it.
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    A pint of whatever oil is in the chiller will do...

    A pint of whatever oil is in the chiller will do (poured into the suction), prob. OIL00015. Plus a couple of strokes of your oil pump into the filter cavity.
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    We have had problems with downflow units,(on...

    We have had problems with downflow units,(on raised floors), with over amping. The problem was caused from not enough static pressure, (fan moving too much air). The people in the computer room had a...
  34. Thread: Trane Techview

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    Alright, hardtostartu, explain. Did the gurus...

    Alright, hardtostartu, explain. Did the gurus make a boo-boo in the software that did'nt jive with the RTAC only?
  35. Thread: WSHP Headache

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    Question. Has someone put a one direction drier...

    Question. Has someone put a one direction drier on this heat-pump? The rocks your describing sounds like it may be the desicant beads out of the filter.
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    I just don't get it. The scale that is.

    I just don't get it. The scale that is.
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    He said,"Make up air intake." Are you talking...

    He said,"Make up air intake." Are you talking about inside the kitchen, or outside?
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    I would'nt think that dielectric unions would...

    I would'nt think that dielectric unions would have done any good on the tanks rotting out. Pipes stopping up with rust maybe. How old were they? By the way, brass is a conductor of electricity.
  39. Dadgone! That's better then what I had!

    Dadgone! That's better then what I had!
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    Looks like age might have been a factor.

    Looks like age might have been a factor.
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    Make sure you have fall in the steam tube back to...

    Make sure you have fall in the steam tube back to the humidifier tank. The more the better. If you don't what will happen is, as the steam condensates, trapping water in the tube, the steam pressure...
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    Are you sure you received the right voltage tank,...

    Are you sure you received the right voltage tank, and not a 230v. Also, is it for sure draining to get rid of the hard water? Hard water equals higher conductivity which equals higher amp draw.
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    We have replaced mechanical failure comp.s with...

    We have replaced mechanical failure comp.s with reman. and within a week be changing it because it burnout, With superheat and subcooling spot on. Remanufactured leaves a bad taste in my mouth, after...
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    Where are you reading your superheat, at the...

    Where are you reading your superheat, at the outlet of evap. or at the compressor? On a carlyle I like to see 15 to 18 S.H. at the compressor.
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    Yes, that's where avatar pic came from. I guess...

    Yes, that's where avatar pic came from. I guess you knew that though.LOL!
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    If they are resistive type heaters, and you have...

    If they are resistive type heaters, and you have that many of them, I would look into getting water softeners for their water supply. We have some over five years old, on a reverse osmosis water...
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    In my opinion, a mechanical failure will not hurt...

    In my opinion, a mechanical failure will not hurt the other comp., but a burnout could. Be sure to add the orifice in the suction line if replacing the downstream comp. and be sure to order you some...
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    We use the single bed deionizer and fill up a...

    We use the single bed deionizer and fill up a drum with it. While the machine is running, we start sucking this drum in the strong and at the same time pulling a drum of refrigerant water out with a...
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    Then they will sue from being cut on the...

    Then they will sue from being cut on the constantina wire?
  50. Thread: RTWA question

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    That's the way I charge them. A compressor with a...

    That's the way I charge them. A compressor with a 4 deg. F superheat setpoint is not going to be hurt with a little 1/4" hose feeding through a schrader valve. I have never got a fault. Charging with...
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