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    Failure2Comply R408A and R409A are both blends...

    Failure2Comply

    R408A and R409A are both blends that contain R22. They are being phased out as well.

    So now you need to replace a replacement gas with yet another replacement. The refrigerant...
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    I personally have a 4 ton water furnace...

    I personally have a 4 ton water furnace geothermal heat pump. I have mechanically disconnected the electric backup. I want to know if the heat pump portion is not functioning. I have needed to...
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    your grounded

    None of the lighting leads (yellow and red) from the ballast should be connected to ground. The metal case of the ballast does need to be grounded though. Maybe the wire containing green was...
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    That stuff always seems to end up where u don't...

    That stuff always seems to end up where u don't want it. They should make a spillproof container, like a sipee cup for 2 year olds LOL, or somethin that goes on like lipstick. It's possible to not...
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    I have had a C7400 sensor fail after 2 weeks of...

    I have had a C7400 sensor fail after 2 weeks of operation. If you go to honeywell document 63-9730 it is a field guide to check out the operation of the module and attached sensors. Just what you...
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    Is this a new install? Did it work before?

    Is this a new install? Did it work before?
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    I have used microsoft outlook for scheduling...

    I have used microsoft outlook for scheduling internal maintenence tasks for our building and equipment. I use the reoccuring feature so that it prompts me every several weeks or months to do...
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    Some blower motors are located after the...

    Some blower motors are located after the evaporator in the AHU (pulling air over the coil and then through blower). Just worked on one last week that was that way. Observing motor temperature after...
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    Sounds a bit odd, but anythings possible. you...

    Sounds a bit odd, but anythings possible. you could jump the fan at the stat (R&G) for a couple days to see how it performs. If it runs solid, it's almost gotta B the stat. Any chance the fan is...
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    What software are you using that you like so much?

    What software are you using that you like so much?
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    What terminates the defrost? There's probably a...

    What terminates the defrost? There's probably a defrost termination thermostat that's stopping the defrost opreration. It's probably a little pipe wounted snap action switch. This could be bad or...
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    I would cast my vote for 2. Less temp...

    I would cast my vote for 2. Less temp fluctuation.
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    If the fan were spinning slower than it was...

    If the fan were spinning slower than it was designed to wouldn't that give you a greater air TD across the coil? If your evap fan is slow that would also give you a low heat load. With a low heat...
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    I have worked on many cases with condensing units...

    I have worked on many cases with condensing units close to the floor and yes they do get clogged quickly! A High pressure switch with manual reset could prevent compressor/system damage. It could...
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    You could also check out www.3wire.com. They are...

    You could also check out www.3wire.com. They are a huge parts distributor and they also have alot of parts diagrams online. There is also another brand named "Bakers Aid" which can be confused with...
  16. Hobart is a very proprietery company. It seems...

    Hobart is a very proprietery company. It seems like they want to keep there service info a secret. Also i have found that there parts must be purchased directly from them. They do not work through...
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