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  1. Thread: Sauce

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    Animal urine is a major rotter also. I run into...

    Animal urine is a major rotter also. I run into condensers everyday that are half rotted away from dogs doing business on them. I never heard of the tomato sauce though.......I'm glad I read this.
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    I cannot tell you how many of those I have came...

    I cannot tell you how many of those I have came across where the fins were completely smashed closed, from trying to hose it out with super high pressure water, or from dogs laying against them, or...
  3. I work for SEARS as an HVAC/Appliance tech and...

    I work for SEARS as an HVAC/Appliance tech and their big push was Goodman for a long time. All the techs thought they were junk......They called them Badman's. As far as Whirlpool, most of them are...
  4. I would give anything to be someone's apprentice....

    I would give anything to be someone's apprentice. To be honest I would have said "screw it...he's already put in his dues" and I would have swept up the mess. But that's just because I have a tough...
  5. Man, I wish i could get on somewhere like this. ...

    Man, I wish i could get on somewhere like this. I've been looking for a company to jump on board with but everyone wants 5 years experience. I've been doing service work for a little over a...
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    I have a tough time trying to eat mushrooms. The...

    I have a tough time trying to eat mushrooms. The only ones I can eat is the breaded fried ones. And I don't like store bought tomatoes with all the goo in them.....I can only eat the home grown...
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    What do I need to get pro membership? I'm far...

    What do I need to get pro membership? I'm far from a pro...I've only been working part time for restaurants for a little over a year. I would kill for a job with a company that would let me learn...
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    Walk in freezer humming and not running

    Well, I was at Denny's restaurant today because the walk in cooler and the walk in freezer was not working. The cooler was just a bad elctrical connection in the wall. There was no power getting to...
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    Thanks for the replies. I'll check at the supply...

    Thanks for the replies. I'll check at the supply house on Monday.
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    Correct name for these?

    Can someone tell me what the correct name is for this type of port, and the fitting I need to attach it to my regular manifold gauges? This is my first time getting a call for a home refrigerator...
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    nn

    No, no, no.... I'm not going to leave the safeties out. I just wanted to see if it would work if I jumped them once. I'm not some retard jack leg......I workk in the HVAc field. I just have'nt ran...
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    Roll out switch.....5 flash

    Well, I'm working on my furnace......The LED has 5 flashes, which is for "open roll out switch or roll out detected". I unplugged every rollout switch and ohmed it out, and I checked each one as the...
  13. Freezer with many problems....advice needed

    Well, I was on the roof of a restaurant because the walk in freezer was not cooling enough. They said it was about 30 degrees in the freezer overnight and in the morning someone went up on the roof...
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    Boiler techs?

    Is there a lot of boiler guys on here? I took some classes on boilers and hydronics and it was my favorite class throughout HVAC school. I was just wondering if it would be worth pursuing? I don't...
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    purchase a thermopile boiler.

    Anyone know who makes a decent priced powerpile, or thermopile (whatever you wanna call it) boiler for reasonable prices? My power went out last winter for a few days and I wanted one ever since. ...
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    Dang MARK.....

    Green Bay huh? Yeah, I'm from St. Louis, and we play Green Bay soon. We are gonna get killed. We are terrible this year.
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    forgot

    I forgot to mention....the unit is an R-22 unit. I'm not even sure what it is cooling, but the tag at the compressor said R-22 and something else was scrawled on there too.
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    wow

    You're just full of great info! ha ha. Yeah, the good part about the guys I work for is that they own 5 Denny's and they don't care if it takes me time to fix it. The longest day I've given them...
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    sorry

    Sorry about that.......No, I could not find a sight glass anywhere, and I'm not sure about a receiver. I traced the suction and discharge lines and I did'nt see any accesories on them, but there was...
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    superheat

    Where would you recommend taking those readings at? I mean how close to the actual compressor and TXV? Thanks.
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    ahhh

    It sure will be nice when I'm not a rookie anymore.
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    Thanks Mark....

    I'll definitely remember that. That helps a lot already. I was not aware of those numbers. I've been spending the last week reading everything I can get my hands on, but I'm a hands on learner, so...
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    yep

    Yep.....It was the right one. I'm new to this rooftop freezer stuff, but I at least know the right equipment. ha ha. Man, that would have been something. Would something around 25 psig be better...
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    yes

    Yeah, Superheat and subcooling was pounded into us when I was in tech school, but we never learned much about commercial units or big refrigeration units, so I just wanted to get some input from the...
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    Thanks

    Thanks guys. Yeah...the pressure control works. It's set at about 325, and the discharge pressure got that high a couple times, and cut the system off. When I left, the discharge was about 250 psi...
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