Type: Posts; User: blitzz86
My bad it was the testo I looked at at johnstone. The digi-cool does seem like a nice piece though.
I voted yellow jacket because I was thinking micron gauge for some reason. But I looked at the digi cool at johnstone and have been thinking of buying a set or 2 for the business, just not sure if...
Wow thats alot to replace an evap. I can install a new unit for that!
The crappy pull outs do loosen and wear out, I havent had any problems with good quality ones, I have also come across some nice square D's.
Good quality pull out discons are nice. Square D is complete garbage everytime I flip a square D I have to smack it to get it to work again.
Roger that, I'm done, it was a good thread
BTW just google the op's question there are plently of answers, many from reputable sites. all the same answer, same as mine without going into detail.
How could it get someone killed the way I told him to wire it up? It was correct. If he touched a live wire he could get killed but it is still extremely rare.
THAT is exactly what I look for, not to many of them though.
If you have any restricted airflow problem the suction line will be cold and usually freezes up immediately depending on how bad the restriction is. It will not be a few degrees cooler than the...
yea its low on refrigerant although usually it takes longer than 90 min. for the evap to become frozen solid
The suction line would be cold for a restricted airflow problem.
He stated it was only a few degrees cooler than the liquid line.
Since the suction line wasnt cold id say its low on refrigerent. No it is not normal for refrigerant to escape a sealed system so you have a leak somewhere, The accumulator or dryer might be rusted...
I dont have to much of a problem with goodman equipment but sometimes they do things ass backwards. They have been getting better over the years though. Make sure it is the new scroll compressor and...
I am my own employer but thanks ill look into it. I wouldnt want to give any more of my money to the gov. than I already do, but I dont know how they will catch me not wearing my bubble. Seriously...
Yep the purpose of OSHA is to protect you alright. The purpose for any government program is for the good of the people right? Sorry I am extremely anti government :gah:
Of course i've heard of those liberal OSHA idiots who could give a **** about you. I do strictly residential, I can understand all the safety stuff with commercial and industrial for the most part
Lock and tag circuits I can understand but I dont use. I just tell them to leave the friggin thing alone till I get done
Does anybody else wear a space suit, wear rubber gloves with leather covers, safety glasses, and a kevlar helmet when measuring voltage?
So you arrive at a service call looking like a space man? Who says its mandatory? where?
Oh I see it east of Bradenton, to far for me
Yep don't do it. Its junk and can ruin the compressor among other things. I promise you.
I am not saying electricity is not dangerous, my instructor for hvac school had a friend that blew his ribs out with a nice jolt all i'm saying is this is a rather simple procedure, <Lets leave him...