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I feel for ya, they always want to turn one thing into another.
Lets pack it jam tight full of product, and expect no effect on
evaps airflow too. The important word here is BLAST.
verify that the clocks X will trip.
That tripper solenoid is an intermittent duty coil, and usually gets smoked
when a noob mis-wires it.
counter munkee: "No returns on electrical parts" ...
I'm with the Poodle on this. Except on a long line LLV inside the evap.
Just the TS bulb inside the box, and like every penetration... SEAL IT TIGHT
Oh, and sparky dont put the sealtite connector...
I'm wondering if this isnt a CPR valve limiting suction pressure during pulldown to keep
the compressor within its happy zone.
It has been my understanding that Copeland scrolls in residential service
have no need for CCH.
is it kinda low like pssssssssssssssss, or more
like a high pitch pssshhhhhhhhh?
sometimes its just old worn out gas.
Assuming the wiring wasnt messed around with, and it had been working correctly...
Give the contactor a very good look see, or just replace it, and see if that
caused the problem.
Its a 'must have' for O-rings.
A dab on flare faces, and a bit behind the nut, work it in and out so
that the area where the nut crushes the flare backside meet, this lets
you get torqued...
Trying to figure the DC resistance of motor windings from only
knowing 460VAC and 15A is gonna lead you astray.
E/I wont help you at 60Hz and conductors wound around a
chunk of steel. Inductance...
I dont think the NEC permits Class II (control voltage) wiring to share
conduit with line voltage conductors. Besides, it invites problems.
If you get one with an old date code, be sure to have the receipt if there
is ever a warranty issue, without that the warranty period is based on the date of manufacture.
Funny thing about supply...
I probably wouldnt add CPR to an existing MOP
I bet it doesnt have a sump heater!
So why not a 60A pullout disconnect, jeez.. way cheaper than a single breaker in a box.
how about electrostatic precipitation before the coil?
filter, filter, then filter some more.
looks like your EAV1-0200-TAC crosses to EAVA-021A the service replacement.
8090btuh pumpin 502 @ LT
Isnt the Enviro-Safe actually R-290 (propane)?
I'm sure I dont want any part of some HO brew of
refrigerants in my recovery tank.
You're on your own with this.
I love this biz! You can call me first, or you can call me last.. but you will call.
whoa! WHOA!! hold it right there pardner.
Suggesting exchanging the neutral for a second hot leg is WRONG. period.
How will this provide for the existing 120V loads? Dont answer.
I love the DRSA, mine is in the RYG livery, all I would critique is the thermistor wire choice. I sleeved it inside a heavier jacket.
I would much prefer the wire type used on Cooper SH66.
sounds like fan delay closing a bit too early
inquire if you can get their gas at cost
30# MVAC jugs are pure 134a, same as ACR, just different fittings and pricing.
All retail pounders, "blowoff" cans have the Acme fitting, they are supplied as pure OR oil injection, usually a few...
isotope.. isomer.. I know how that goes.
R134a for MVAC (motor vehicle AC) is required to have a unique fitting.
The tank, hoses, and manifold have a 1/2in Acme thread.
ACR uses 1/4in SAE...
That sounds like the ASME vessel fuse popped! I've never seen one blow
except if the building was on fire. Thats about the only time they pop.
I cant decide whether I'm...
He'll be back, they always come back. :rolleyes:
scrolls have numerous advantages.
Who wants to retrofit a sweet semiherm with a scroll, that would be silly.
but then again they arent replacing ginormous NH3 recips with em anytime soon.
ya gotta have a good tool, and I wet the mfl with a drop of nylog.
not a squeaker, nor a leaker.
and yeah, I hate rain running down my back.. or snow.. or too much wind.. and its so hot out here...
next time you sit down and order a cuppa coffee, scream back, "Thats outrageous!"
The coffee sells for a buck, that pays staff, rent, utilities, equipment, insurance, and taxes... the coffee was a...
You sure have changed a lot of stuff without a clue.
Time to get help, better for you, better for "customer".
Gee, whats on the DIY post?
even if it WAS set at 12 CPH, thats five minutes.
Call the installer, something is not right, and I doubt its the 832n.
The T832n stat doesnt indicate defrost activity, and yes old stats may.
We were discussing the T832n. Thanks.
I also think the T832n stat option 0350 should have been 5 or 10.
At 10F ambient many HP's can still add meaningful heat to the building, and
a bucks worth of HP heat is still more than a bucks...
long stroke FDR, replace it.
stat wire colors:
9 is very way wrong. 3 is great. 2 is good.
COP will decline as ambient temps fall, a HP can still provide economical
heating well below 32F. It will light up stage-2 when necessary to maintain...
I welcome the curious to ride along, one day a 300TR antique R-11 chiller, another day an ice cream plants NH3 motor room. Not everyone appreciates the magic of phase change refrigeration, those that...
I do like the idea of sleeving the loop. Why add an electric heater
to an already too warm place like a kitchen?
One of those condensate vaporizers is like 300 watt, thats just nuts
looks like an average economy 13 SEER R-22 system.
Outdoor unit: 10 year parts
I suggest using the Nordyne snow stand and set that on a slab
Indoor unit: 10 year parts
considered Tracpipe? Available to qualified gas fitters.
in heat mode, remember the low side is the common suction port.
Put down that manifold and step away from the machine.
It a great bit of engineering to extend the operating envelope of heatpumps.
Nothing magical about it, a Bristol TS comp, a secondary comp, and the required
liquidline HX. I wonder if Shaw...
any possibility there is moisture continuing to vaporize during the evac?
perhaps solvents from a line flush?
either could make the vacuum seem to rise towards atm, yet hold pressure fine.