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    Oil gone, Where would it go? Its a brand new...

    Oil gone, Where would it go? Its a brand new compressor with the 7 oz of oil ford says it needs.

    Since this van was cobbled together, it has a 6 rib alternator, but all other pulleys are 8 rib....
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    The compressor is fine....

    The compressor is fine.
    http://i640.photobucket.com/albums/uu127/re-rod/th_3243ADDA-2883-4E60-95EA-156CCAFC6BD7_zpsu3v9llzo.mp4
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    Yes I read it. Thanks. I think we can all...

    Yes I read it. Thanks.

    I think we can all agree that the additional 2 oz I added was needed since the vent air dropped 12 degrees to 48. I didn't need any thermometer to know it had worked. And...
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    Yes. I did get that in reverse. Thanks for...

    Yes. I did get that in reverse. Thanks for pointing that out.
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    I wouldn't have the a/c on in bumper to bumper...

    I wouldn't have the a/c on in bumper to bumper traffic. Not until I somehow block off the air leaks between my radiator and condensor. The sides are sealed. But the top and bottom have 3/4" gap...
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    I finally downloaded the video of how the system...

    I finally downloaded the video of how the system cycles after adding the 2 oz first at idle 28/160 without cycling and then at cruising rpms. The high side never went over 180.
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    Adding 2 oz made a big difference. I'm satisfied...

    Adding 2 oz made a big difference. I'm satisfied now.

    78 ambient. My pressures remained at 29/165 at 750 rpm with no cycling.

    At 1900 rpm ,65 mph, the compressor started cycling again. ...
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    I'm not sure where the LPCO is supposed to cut...

    I'm not sure where the LPCO is supposed to cut out at. But it does seem low, even though the pro's say its ok. Its nonadjustable I believe, but 27 would be better in case it was actually running...
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    Thats a good question. I assume I don't have a...

    Thats a good question. I assume I don't have a leak since it held vacuum for hours. And the pro's over on autoacforum and carjunky say my pressures are normal. I will check with soapy water...
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    Iv never heard that. Is that proven? Not...

    Iv never heard that. Is that proven? Not saying your wrong but hoping. I never went lower than 300 microns each time.





    I agree, and hope it stops the cycling.
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    Cycling Clutch Orifice Tube question

    Iv been working on the a/c in my 95 ford van, re-powered with a 1st gen intercooled cummins 5 speed. Iv spent allot of time redoing it. New everything essentially.

    Anyway. My question is, did...
  12. Mines been on hiatus lately. My bad. Maybe I...

    Mines been on hiatus lately. My bad.

    Maybe I should have asked over on "bob is the oil guy" forum.. But I'm still wondering why vacuum pump oil is usually highly refined mineral oil.

    And if...
  13. Schaeffer HTC oil is specially formulated for use...

    Schaeffer HTC oil is specially formulated for use in critical high-precision industrial and mobile-type systems. These include low pressure and high pressure hydraulic systems, turbines, rotary vane,...
  14. Schaeffer #112 HTC Oil in my JB DV85 vacuum pump?

    Hello.

    Iv been using mastercool vacuum pump oil in my Jb DV85, but we have barrels of Schaeffer #112 HTC Oil SAE 30 ISO 100 here at work.. We use this Schaeffer #112 in our large Kinney Tuthill...
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    It took 65 seconds for my furnace to use one...

    It took 65 seconds for my furnace to use one cubic foot of gas. Which equals 55 cubic feet per hour. Which equals 52061 btu/hr. Pretty close to the name plate input rating of the furnace.

    What...
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    On low fire, which is where I have it locked for...

    On low fire, which is where I have it locked for the fall, its 52K input. That's 55.3 cfh. Its getting cold enough for me to actually clock it.
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    I will agree that I'm probably not getting 96.6%...

    I will agree that I'm probably not getting 96.6% efficiency. That's why carrier stated "up to" 96.6% efficient. But the lower flue temperature proves more of the BTU's are remaining in my home.....
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    Placing my hand on the pvc flue would immediately...

    Placing my hand on the pvc flue would immediately inform me that my 96.6% is more efficient than my old 80% furnace without any calculations because I wouldn't have a blister. No?

    The 58MVP is "up...
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    New gas meter=higher bill?

    I installed a new carrier 58MVP 75K furnace. It kept locking out so the outfit which sold it to me instructed to have the gas pressure checked. When Mid-America checked the pressure, they also...
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    high efficiency gas furnace. And water heater. ...

    high efficiency gas furnace. And water heater. Both sealed combustion.
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    Thanks Teddy. Quite honestly. Every so called...

    Thanks Teddy. Quite honestly. Every so called professional Iv invited into my home was a joke.
    Yes I know WHF's are borderline in my area and my A/C does get used more since it pulls only a few...
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    Help me design a whole house fan which works.

    I bought a home with a damaged ceiling in the center of the living room. I decided to use some spare parts I had to make a whole house fan instead of repairing the ceiling. I used a 18" round hart...
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    The WR 95 series was sounding like a possibility...

    The WR 95 series was sounding like a possibility until I started to read the reviews.

    "the problem with a lot of electronics today is the life span of the electrolytic capacitors in the...
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    Yea Im not worried about cost. You usually get...

    Yea Im not worried about cost. You usually get what you pay for.

    Can you recommend a stat which has a outdoor sensor which locks out W2 and is user friendly before I start searching?
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    I tore out a 120K and replaced it with 75K. 4...

    I tore out a 120K and replaced it with 75K. 4 ton down to 2.5 condenser, 3 ton coil. 2600 square feet 70's 2x4 construction. I winged it.. No manual J

    I like that idea about a outdoor stat...
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    Yup, found the switch now.. SW-2 needs to be on...

    Yup, found the switch now.. SW-2 needs to be on for two stage. Thanks dunkman.




    My home is a split foyer/level home with a louver door on the furnace room. When high heat kicks in, it sounds...
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    Please correct me if Im wrong.. If I only...

    Please correct me if Im wrong..

    If I only have W1 energized with my T87 single stage stat. And first stage heat starts up, and then after 16 minutes second stage heats kicks in without the...
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    Best stat for a 2 stage furnace.

    I'm trying to find a new thermostat for my carrier 58MVP furnace to replace my single stage Honeywell T87. The 90%+ Furnace has variable speed blowers and 2 stage heat. I under sized my A/C to...
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    I think we are talking about the same thing...

    I think we are talking about the same thing except for the hinge location. The 16 gage was only a thought because I know it will want to flop around with the amount of air passing by it.

    Is this...
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    I guess I still dont see a leaf damper in there. ...

    I guess I still dont see a leaf damper in there. Im just going with the images I find when I goggle leaf damper and splitter damper.

    Heres my first attempt with sketchup
  31. I know you didnt have this option. But ground...

    I know you didnt have this option. But ground source heat pumps or geothermal heat pumps rock.

    One of the best ones IMO..

    http://www.earthlinked.com/residential
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    Thanks Deejoe. Heres a pic. Its a typical...

    Thanks Deejoe.

    Heres a pic. Its a typical residential install. I did raise the coil so I could see it from the bottom. 18x8 taken off the front and 14x8 off the back. I need to completely block...
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    plenum splitter design & linkage

    Hi , new here. Been employed in the hvac industry for over 20 years.:patriot:

    Iv been brainstorming how to install a easily actuated duct damper to balance, or isolate half of my split level...
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