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  1. Cool. Seems we're all of about the same notion, I...

    Cool. Seems we're all of about the same notion, I took it to the source :>)

    "Hi.
    Is there any reason to change the remaining surviving fuses after an electrical overload condition takes out one...
  2. Do we reuse fuses that survive after taking a big hit?

    Let's say like what just happened; 15 ton compressor goes south, one of the three FRS-R 45's is open, the other two have seen locked rotor amps (or worse.
    I figure since I'm not sure, I replace all...
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    Wow, haven't heard this in a while :>) New Mesa...

    Wow, haven't heard this in a while :>) New Mesa Boogie here, ll'be try'in for that tone again
    Thanks :>)
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    Well, there you go! Don't see a 'thumbs up thingy...

    Well, there you go! Don't see a 'thumbs up thingy so..:angel:
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    We may be of similar hearts (minds' maybe :>) ...

    We may be of similar hearts (minds' maybe :>)
    I'll attribute the inkling to my dad, mom, that even in my teens how obvious -but painfully not obvious to some, is how badly socialism' gets it wrong...
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    And some could give a rats ass- about 'nations,...

    And some could give a rats ass- about 'nations, sovereignty etc. The down/dark side of 'we are the world'?
    Even when I was silly and young I knew (instinctively?) that;
    "There ain't no good guy,...
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    Honorable sentiment. And I do like it. 'How...

    Honorable sentiment. And I do like it.

    'How to' ..'tricky' :>)
  8. 'Rodger that thanks, I made sure the tests were...

    'Rodger that thanks, I made sure the tests were well past three minutes at least.
    Can't find anything on line right now that indicates what adjustment range might extend to, but during charging when...
  9. Liebert- the LPCO is no longer a compressor safety? .. Redux

    Ran into this a while ago..
    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1300471-Liebert-30-ton-DS%92-LPCO-question
    But now again. Troubling shooting a failed 06d on a previous '30 ton Deluxe versions,...
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    Does it have to go only in the same unit? (I...

    Does it have to go only in the same unit? (I thought we can reuse into other units of the same owner?

    On another note; A 'vacuumed' cylinder is not necessarily a clean cylinder.
    I've had an...
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    A short side trip :>) Why is it that -even with ...

    A short side trip :>) Why is it that -even with stable head pressure, and charge enough for normal super heat and through the various cycling of the TXV, do we so often still see flashing until...
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    ".. Or could the txv be hunting?" Could be....

    ".. Or could the txv be hunting?"
    Could be. Assuming the condensing pressure is stable (no fan cyling) if the sub cooling is on the edge of 'always clear', does the flashing coincide with a high...
  14. Thank you for the links, checking them out.

    Thank you for the links, checking them out.
  15. Recommendations for single stand alone VAV w/ reheat controller

    I'm looking for-
    - Min-to max control (in CFM) for cool mode
    - When the reheat valve is open- an independent CFM for heat flow. Valve can be two position control. (actually two position would be...
  16. Reality check- Charging blended refrigerants..

    Iím sure I could find the answer if I looked harder-- but for a quickie here :>)
    One of our guys said he was taught not to use the last vapor out of a new jug -as itís separatedí and an out of...
  17. Thread: Liebert p66

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    I had it happen once. I had prepped' with gloves,...

    I had it happen once. I had prepped' with gloves, and channel locks (or vise grips don't recall) to hold the tube below the nut. With the tube held up against the flare, I was able to get it back on...
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    Right on it seems to me. Similarly "Get $25 an...

    Right on it seems to me.
    Similarly "Get $25 an hour 'Living wage at McDonalds', great.. 'till they have to raise prices bang, now you still can't afford to 'eat at McD's, etc, etc etc.
  19. Fan cycle + Head Master? (Just haven't seen the...

    Fan cycle + Head Master? (Just haven't seen the two together. Thanks
  20. Liebert did that (at least used to). It would...

    Liebert did that (at least used to).
    It would let the compressor run with the low suction condition (2 min IIRC).
    Sometimes you'd even see the compressor do a 'stop-restart' after the delay expired...
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    Cold weather/data units - often = a time delay...

    Cold weather/data units - often = a time delay function of a few minutes across the LPCO to let a system pressures get up to speed.
    A thought to toss in.
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    Ok I see now where I became unsure with this. And...

    Ok I see now where I became unsure with this. And the answer was right here at the site in Yellow Jacket's section of 'Hose adapters valves' catalog.
    I use the larger dia. '19109 and 19209 style...
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    This? The 'thrust bearing sounds like a nice...

    This? The 'thrust bearing sounds like a nice feature, but are there's some other ('improvements) in them..? Maybe you were just meaning for quick connect options rather than the isolation' idea....
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    I'm not actually sure about it. I've spoke to...

    I'm not actually sure about it. I've spoke to YellowJacket.. but if I recall that notion may have come from chats with RSD.
    I couldn't find the specs or any qualifiers' at Yellow Jacket just now so...
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    A tool I wish I'd found years ago..

    On the subject of 'quick connects and refer hose accessories.. I've been meaning to get this out.. share it :cheers:

    This a bit of praise for an item- and hopefully something others will find as...
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    Can we get clear here please? The 'problem is...

    Can we get clear here please?
    The 'problem is inconsistent control response only, or also failing in other ways too?

    What are these switches you have that are some '50-60% off'? (They are...
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    Here's one. We serviced.. (an Aaon I believe it...

    Here's one. We serviced.. (an Aaon I believe it was) that was eating cond fan contactors. Took us a while to catch the problem. They had the little flare screw-on modules for fan staging.. We found...
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    Hi. Well for one this is a bit of an experiment....

    Hi. Well for one this is a bit of an experiment. Not advocating', just offering it as a means to get to the same place (via temperature instead of pressure). It won't ever leak. It's plenty flexible...
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    http://www.zoro.com/johnson-controls-electronic-te...

    http://www.zoro.com/johnson-controls-electronic-temperature-control-spdt-a419abc-4c/i/G4685694/?utm_source=Bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=PLA
    Sensor strapped insulated and wrapped onto the liq...
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    'Sideshow as is distracting from the core idea.

    'Sideshow as is distracting from the core idea.
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    So what is your point- or questioning? That I...

    So what is your point- or questioning? That I chose a poor scale' - in this very basic of example for the real point?
    And I had to look it up for a refresh- a single point manometer? No, and that...
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    At risk that you do actually understand this, but...

    At risk that you do actually understand this, but maybe not just expressing it well- The point is it has to be a differential pressure difference reading. (The optional' method you are [were]...
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    Stand with face near door. Crack door open- =...

    Stand with face near door. Crack door open- = 'ARBS (Approximate Relative Building Static :>)
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    Depending on the system etc, yep this is what you...

    Depending on the system etc, yep this is what you might run into with the min speeds. That and both cycling on and off. 'Cue Liebert- Dividers and OSA stat.

    Let us know how it goes ok?
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    "Monday Monday..."

    "Monday Monday..."
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    Typically- a no brainer. But there's exceptions....

    Typically- a no brainer.
    But there's exceptions. I've had people who can't get the concept that if you're getting in 130 deg car even on a ninety something day leaving the windows down with the ac...
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    Compressors, 460, about 20 - 23 amps typically.

    Compressors, 460, about 20 - 23 amps typically.
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    Contactor quality?

    Anyone seen anything recently- say last several years in suspect contactor failures?
    Specifically, the common 30 amp Mars 61430- replacement of the Furnas 42BF35AJ. ...
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    Thanks for that explaination on the cond air....

    Thanks for that explaination on the cond air. Makes sense now.
    Re the other';
    Go tell you're customer they can thank their manufacturer for turning their once-a-year-for-the-life of the unit '20...
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    Bigger buildings built that way did make it...

    Bigger buildings built that way did make it easier to re-balance rooms for sure.
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    Who collects the bets around here anyway? :angel:

    Who collects the bets around here anyway?
    :angel:
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    Or, one would ask was it something like that from...

    Or, one would ask was it something like that from day one and it caused the failure. (would it be good to assume if you have 7 s/h now it'll be flooding back at a hundred and five'?
    Any service...
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    Or they're those damn dual layer coils and they...

    Or they're those damn dual layer coils and they just look clean.
    Is the air blowing almost straight up out of the fan.. or angling out '45, 75 degrees?

    Trane likes to do this stupid pet trick' as...
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    Would it be considered a down side in that it...

    Would it be considered a down side in that it increases the amount of conditioned space?
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    You know on second thought, if I were instructing...

    You know on second thought, if I were instructing someone real new for example, I guess I'd want it on record to advise safety tools like that. At least until one is comfortable in the field to...
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    Exactly, perfect! Got to love the 'rust...

    Exactly, perfect!
    Got to love the 'rust solution. With the old longer '4-in-one's, a day after some wet work the needle nose pliers come out to get the tips swapped.
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    Exactly, perfect!

    Exactly, perfect!
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    Was there a quality issue' in that regard? For my...

    Was there a quality issue' in that regard? For my part I figure they're 'pulling out is a natural compromise of having a good fit, especially in Philips heads, and short tips.
  49. Don't give up. From what I've seen anyway this...

    Don't give up. From what I've seen anyway this one has been - 'is, atypical.
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    That was the one I meant to link to :) I love...

    That was the one I meant to link to :) I love having 3/8, 1/4 and 5/16 all in one. I still carry one 1/4 square drive for tougher hex sockets work, but this one eliminated a bunch in the bucket....
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