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    HVAC Service/Installer

    Looking for a good service tech with about 5 years experience (located in Montgomery, AL). I'm starting a new company from ground up and looking for a highly motivated person with great skills. Must...
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    Sticky: Poll: Goodman. Goodman has really step there game up...

    Goodman. Goodman has really step there game up with all the support with there products.
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    Furnace Control Board

    I recently did a troubleshoot on a Rudd furnace control board. The problem that I had was the low red wire would keep blowing the fuse. I didnt have a schematic to really figure out the wiring, so I...
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    Thanks Very Helpful.

    Thanks Very Helpful.
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    Heat Pump Leak

    Today I found a small leak in the evap coil of a heat pump with my leak detector. I told the customer that he had to replace the coil, but this wasn't something he wanted to do at the moment. I gave...
  6. To be honest your gonna have to check everything....

    To be honest your gonna have to check everything. Check the strips, the board the charge; everything.
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    The only way to properly charge the system on a...

    The only way to properly charge the system on a cool day is to raise the head pressure along with wet bulb, dry bulb, pressure and temperature checks. Of course this depends on TXV or Fixed Orifice....
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    Charging R410a and R422D

    Can anyone direct me to a website that shows the proper way to charge R410a, and have any of you guys converted over to the new R22? I'm hearing different ways to convert. One of the ways was to...
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    More information dude! GIVE US P/T ECT

    More information dude! GIVE US P/T ECT
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    Sir, In a case like this, the only thing to do...

    Sir,

    In a case like this, the only thing to do is recover the juice and dive in! I would check the drier first to see if there is a temp difference there, if so that could be your problem. Check...
  11. Thread: Ducts

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    Duct Books

    Manual J along with Manual D/ Fibrous Duct/Sheet Metal etc
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    Static Pressure!

    I think static pressure is very important. I can understand why some guys use 0.10, but its not very good practice. If you add electric filters ect. then you static pressure will change. The best...
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    TXV

    Why would you not put a TXV on it? Is it a heat pump?
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    Nice Work

    I like that installation. How long did it take to complete?
  15. Thanks guys!

    Thanks guys!
  16. Wiring High Voltage on Heat Pumps and Strips

    Can anyone explain to me the process of installing the heat pump high voltage? I understand that this is 240v with a breaker of 60amps (normally). I'm assuming that this is a 5kw, but if I were to...
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    From what your saying is kind of confusing,...

    From what your saying is kind of confusing, according to the numbers. What I would do is check for a restriction in the liquid line drier by measuring the temp in front and the back side of the...
  18. If you have a 2 1/2 ton unit, you should be...

    If you have a 2 1/2 ton unit, you should be pushing around about 1000 cfm's. The golden rule is 350 to 450cfm's per ton. I don't know the sf of your home, but you need to make sure that your unit is...
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