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    Working on larger chillers changes the rules....

    Working on larger chillers changes the rules. When I do smaller units (under 20 tons) the tool list is vastly different from whats being used with the Mammoth ones now.


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    Actually - I think I need another 1 or 2. But...

    Actually - I think I need another 1 or 2.

    But yeah, I am using all 6 at one time. Right now 3 of them are on one chiller (Monmoth) with 3 seperate systems, and I am about ready (tomorrow) to put...
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    Just an update ....... I now have 6 Blue-vacs -...

    Just an update ....... I now have 6 Blue-vacs - and dont know where I left my YJ. Its still around, just havent reached for it since the BV's are ssooo easy !!!!!!


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    And .......... cutting off the air to the large...

    And .......... cutting off the air to the large warehouse in the summer can create an icing condition @ the evaporator due to the loss of air volume.

    IMHO, stop any/all exterior air leaks and...
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    You need to check the neutral side of the coil...

    You need to check the neutral side of the coil and see if you have 24 volts there. My guess is that you will see 24 volts there when the coild drops out for the 1/2 of a second, and if that is the...
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    Hi Joeyd, I MUST admit, the more I use your Blue...

    Hi Joeyd,
    I MUST admit, the more I use your Blue Vac, the more I like it !!!!
    I am learning to trust it as I do my YJ setup, and one of my vac pumps pulled down to 1.5 microns with 10 ' of 1/4"...
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    Gunna keep them both ............ since I was...

    Gunna keep them both ............ since I was able to source the vacuume sensor for under $60, the YJ is back in service, and I love the BV, so they are both keepers !
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    Got the new Blue Vac to use today, as well as the...

    Got the new Blue Vac to use today, as well as the new sensor for the YJ setup. Both were within50 microns of each other the entire way from atmospheric down to 150 microns !

    I love the Blue Vac's...
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    1. I found a set of instructions from another...

    1. I found a set of instructions from another Dude in my Union ............ there isnt a calibration when replacing sensors, at least I didnt see anything related to being able to calibrate it...
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    Found a replacement sensor for under $60 new....

    Found a replacement sensor for under $60 new.
    Ordering the Blue Vac right now as well .................... I cant wait for it to arrive !!
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    If I cant clean it, and I have to purchase...

    If I cant clean it, and I have to purchase another sensor, I am gunna get a Blue Vac instead !!!!!!!!!
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    I tried that already and got the quick reference...

    I tried that already and got the quick reference literature ...............
    Also e-mailed them and they "are working on it" ........................... will find out if "it" means manual or cleaning...
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    Thanks Dudes !! Before I do anything I will...

    Thanks Dudes !!
    Before I do anything I will contact YJ and look for the manual, although I usually keep manuals behind the foam in plastic hard cases, it aint there and I dont remember ever reading...
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    YJ readings out of whack

    My Yellow Jacket micron gauge is reading some funky numbers. It got a shot of R-11 (and oil) at about 5#.

    If I remember correctly, there is a way to re-calibrate it or clean it, then put it in the...
  15. Why did you get 75 deg refrigerant and 55 deg...

    Why did you get 75 deg refrigerant and 55 deg superheat ??

    tough to say that the condenser seems undersized, it might be, but you look to be short on refrigerant.

    We need more information.
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    You think you can confirm with your "touchy feely...

    You think you can confirm with your "touchy feely to diagnose" his observation of "there is a possibility that the refrigerant is changing state in the condenser rather than the evaporator" ??...
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    RTV Silicone

    RTV Silicone
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    Make sure to isolate the comp properly and R&R...

    Make sure to isolate the comp properly and R&R the unloader. Your problems should go away, especially if the noise goes away when the cylinder is loaded now.

    Guys,
    the unloaders are solenoid...
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    Depending on what type of door and which way it...

    Depending on what type of door and which way it swings, the door usually tells you what you need to know. Even a vented door will talk to you, just look at the vent.
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    Did you determine the eratic oil pressure from a...

    Did you determine the eratic oil pressure from a seperate gauge, or just the operation of the unloaders ??

    Have you examined the unloader gasket (usually a stamped metal one) to see if there is...
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    +1 on the Timberland Titan Pro Electrical...

    +1 on the Timberland Titan Pro

    Electrical hazzard protection is more important to me than just about anything else, at least I can worry about traffic going home instead of worrying about "where...
  22. I have tremendous success using the old "throttle...

    I have tremendous success using the old "throttle at the bottle" for liquid 410a charging. Just let the high side in your manifold run back to the low side before disconnecting the low side hose from...
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    It aint that easy in my parts. I guess most...

    It aint that easy in my parts. I guess most larger units I see are over 15 years old, and the aluminum fins are weakened by corrosion (NYC is surrounded by rivers), so hitting them with anything but...
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    I use a very large Ingersall Rand bag. it has a...

    I use a very large Ingersall Rand bag. it has a shoulder strap (definatley a MUST) and can carry everything I need tool wise. Vac pump, recovery machine, 35# cylinder, gauges, scale, etc all...
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    These last 3 days were 95+ with RH in the upper...

    These last 3 days were 95+ with RH in the upper 80's and 90's

    Heat complaints out the wazoo ..............
    Cant stay on the roof for more than 3 hours without running out of water, or needing...
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