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    Line sets are buried all the time, its like...

    Line sets are buried all the time, its like anything. If you follow the proper trade practises it will be fine. Like you said tell the HVAC contractor what you would like and he should be able to do...
  2. Thread: 1/4" liquid line

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    Key word "good helper" lol

    Key word "good helper" lol
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    Depending on the Condensing Unit, 75 feet is not...

    Depending on the Condensing Unit, 75 feet is not un herd off. If the liquid line from the condenser to the evaporator and the suction line from the evaporator to the compressor are sized for the...
  4. Thread: 1/4" liquid line

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    If you are a certified HVAC/R contractor then you...

    If you are a certified HVAC/R contractor then you will know to go to your pipe sizing chart for said units and check for LEL and friction loss, pressure drops then to come up with an allowable pipe...
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    I was at my local supply house and we got talking...

    I was at my local supply house and we got talking on the matter of energy theft. He said the new thing is to take main 240V feeding your house and by-pass the meter with a pair for jumper cables. He...
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    http://www.central-air-conditioner-and-refrigerati...

    http://www.central-air-conditioner-and-refrigeration.com/images/Dud.jpg
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    The more sub-cooling you have the more NRE you...

    The more sub-cooling you have the more NRE you have. Meaning the entropy for that said refrigerant remains constant it just gets it closer to its max. The more heat you remove from a refrigerant the...
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    When I was in 5th grade I was playing soccer...

    When I was in 5th grade I was playing soccer behind the portables with my friends. A couple 8th graders came to give us trouble, they were trying to steel our soccer ball.. Then that led to pushing...
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    So every RTU I work on drains to the roof and...

    So every RTU I work on drains to the roof and they are mostly newer white PVC Membrane roofs but the structure is old and the slope to drain is horrible so water pools and there is quite a bit of...
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    Did you try taking a highlighter to it?

    Did you try taking a highlighter to it?
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    Are you white? Every race has their moments. Some...

    Are you white? Every race has their moments. Some more than others. Kids playing in a pool pushing each other is normal, kids that don't push back isn't abnormal it just means they are less physical....
  12. Thread: Enviro-Safe

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    k, You got me..

    k, You got me..
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    See the problem with desperate people that really...

    See the problem with desperate people that really need a job but are really good prospects, once they land the job that they said they would do for cheap and then realize how hard they want you to...
  14. That would be two much work for one crack head. ...

    That would be two much work for one crack head.

    This is what happens when a crack head has a huffer as an apprentice!! lol
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    If you are a hard worker, with a positive...

    If you are a hard worker, with a positive attitude and you have a thirst for knowledge than you are worth the investment. Never undercut you self worth. Spend the time and effort selling your value...
  16. Thread: Enviro-Safe

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    @1sharpguy, Please, this is not a robot forum,...

    @1sharpguy,

    Please, this is not a robot forum, we are real people, with real jobs and families. We participate in this forum as brothers and as a community with the same focus and goals. You...
  17. Thread: Enviro-Safe

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    Find the leak, replace any gaskets, O-Rings,...

    Find the leak, replace any gaskets, O-Rings, pressure test it check all visable joints, vacuum it, then charge it with 134a, also check your rad clean as needed. how old is your car, was it...
  18. Thats awesome! Hopefully insurance covered this...

    Thats awesome! Hopefully insurance covered this one..
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    http://www.nelcoproducts.com/pdf/Nylotube_Tubing.p...

    http://www.nelcoproducts.com/pdf/Nylotube_Tubing.pdf
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    Ok, So then one vent as shown on my pic and on...

    Ok, So then one vent as shown on my pic and on the drop going down to the water heater, over the 30 feet you need 7.5 inch slope, so your 2nd vent will need to be 11.5 inch above min. But, I'm not...
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    So then the water solution is perfect for you...

    So then the water solution is perfect for you then. I don't even want to know what you have to pay for condo fees though...
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    Do you pay a fixed rate for water or are you...

    Do you pay a fixed rate for water or are you metered?
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    in Toronto and surrounding area you have to pay...

    in Toronto and surrounding area you have to pay for water in and out, they take your water meter reading and double it. I'm not sure if because he is in a condo that he pays a set fee for water or if...
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    I have a 12K Portable in my house and it only has...

    I have a 12K Portable in my house and it only has one pipe. I haven't needed to empty it once, it does a really good job of getting the condensate out with the hot air but it also draws air from your...
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    100mm = 4 inches 200mm = 8 inches 25mm = 1 inch...

    100mm = 4 inches
    200mm = 8 inches
    25mm = 1 inch diameter pipe on long drain lines
    20mm every meter = 1/4 inch per foot slope
    The vent has to be 4 inches above the highest point of the drainage...
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