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    I paid for the new AK900's with my PayPal...

    I paid for the new AK900's with my PayPal account; I just received a credit for $50. What a deal; can't go wrong with DC!
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    Well I just ordered one as well. I'll make my...

    Well I just ordered one as well. I'll make my own temp clamps with braided loom over the wires, just like I did on my DC 1250's. I really get tired of scrolling through the displays to see the SH...
  3. Thread: cleaning coils

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    When I clean a condenser I take the top off every...

    When I clean a condenser I take the top off every time and start spraying the cleaner (low pressure pump up sprayer) from the inside then spray the outside (the outside many times has small louvers...
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    All these pocket thermometers are good for gross...

    All these pocket thermometers are good for gross measurements. The stated accuracy for the Cooper is +/-2 F and the FP is +/- 1.8F (The Cooper listed on the Grainger site has the accuracy wrong,...
  5. Thread: cleaning coils

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    The Viper HD sounds pretty good. The Calgon...

    The Viper HD sounds pretty good. The Calgon Nu-Brite doesn't really brighten the coils anyway; I was expecting it to look brand new (it doesn't make it shiny), but does foam off a lot of dirt and...
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    Nu-Brite is not a very agressive cleaner; never...

    Nu-Brite is not a very agressive cleaner; never the less I can't handle its fumes.

    Nu-Brite®

    From the makers of the first coil cleaner...CalClean, and the first non-acid foaming, brightening...
  7. Thread: cleaning coils

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    I use a cheap 1gal pump up sprayer and rinse it...

    I use a cheap 1gal pump up sprayer and rinse it after use. I've been going on 3 years on the set I have now. Does anyone use a respirator when applying coil cleaner like Nu-Calgon Nu-Bite? It so...
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    All my Appion Core tools have been perfect; I'm...

    All my Appion Core tools have been perfect; I'm sure they will take care of it. On another note does anyone know where I can get replacement seals for the Appion Core tool?
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    I would go with the Testo 510; I've had mine for...

    I would go with the Testo 510; I've had mine for over 3 years and the only problem was when I put it on a panel of the furnace that was really hot! The 510 fell off and when I looked at it the whole...
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    Poll: I have the DigiCool 1250; right off the bat I put...

    I have the DigiCool 1250; right off the bat I put armored braid over the temp clamp wires and put strain reliefs so the wires will not break at the connector or temp clamp. I also have it mounted on...
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    Thanks for running the test. It looks like the...

    Thanks for running the test. It looks like the YJ runs consistently higher than the BluVac, but close enough for me to have confidence that they are reading correctly.
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    I think brazing access fittings right next one...

    I think brazing access fittings right next one another would do nicely. I would like to see it compared to the YJ 69075; that's what I was thinking about getting before the BluVac came along.
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    Great! By the way I appreciate your taking the...

    Great! By the way I appreciate your taking the time to share your test results with us. That why I wanted to share my results too! It helps all of us make informed decisions when in comes to...
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    Yes, I did watch that video; that is one of the...

    Yes, I did watch that video; that is one of the reasons I bought the BluVac. However, even though the vacuum gauges are connected to the same system, If you are comparing two I would like to see...
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    I agree that the BluVac method of calibration is...

    I agree that the BluVac method of calibration is more complete and is the way they do it at the factory. However, when YJ, JB or whoever provides you with a calibration coefficient (offset) they are...
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    "What are u pulling the vac on? Hopefully not...

    "What are u pulling the vac on? Hopefully not just the gauge itself,cuz that is not telling you anything. "

    It's telling me that my vacuum pump is working and the oil doesn't need to be changed. ...
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    “Some like male flare, some female. Others like...

    “Some like male flare, some female. Others like NPT (1/8, 1/4, m, f). There are lots of ways to skin this cat. But, if the connector gets damaged, you must chuck the whole gauge, so I chose the one...
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    BluVac vacuum gauge

    Just got the BluVac micron gauge (BV) and put it through it’s paces compared to the YJ 69086. I was always bummed that my vacuum pump didn’t seem to pull as low a vacuum as what other peoples, but...
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    Home depot in Houston has two models, the 0 to 15...

    Home depot in Houston has two models, the 0 to 15 psi and 0 to 30 psi (both accept 3/4 pipe thread and have a schrader valve); they run less than 15 bucks. You might try your local builders supply.
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    On the package from Frys it says: 4108F 1/8...

    On the package from Frys it says: 4108F 1/8 expandable sleeving; 20Ft; 2281378; cost $6.99; I just cut it in half; the Digicool wires are a little longer than 10ft but I used up some of it by...
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    I put braided loom (very tough stuff from Fry’s...

    I put braided loom (very tough stuff from Fry’s electronics) over the delicate sensor wires. I used 1/8 inch loom, so it’s tricky running the wires in the loom. You have first push a stiff pull...
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    What online store sells the TSI-6130?

    What online store sells the TSI-6130?
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    When charging by weight with a digital scale how...

    When charging by weight with a digital scale how do you account for the refrigerant in the hoses?
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    After seeing all the good reviews for the Vision...

    After seeing all the good reviews for the Vision Pro 8000, I got one. Honeywell needs to rethink their programming; they tout their +/- 1 degree control (which is great for comfort), but it causes...
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    Here in Texas all the primary drains are piped...

    Here in Texas all the primary drains are piped into the pluming pipes, so there is no end to get to. If you take the cover off the evaporator you need a really short 90 to put any pressure on the...
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