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    That is really bad! You said lots of clean work...

    That is really bad! You said lots of clean work ahead - don't know what kind of refrigerant it's running, could you imagine the clean work ahead if you were also converting this to a POE based system...
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    r410a

    this is from dupont's faq section on its web site:
  3. something is not right here...

    Something is not right here! If this was a recent install ( less than 1 year ) you should been covered under the warranty. If the valve locked up, how did they free it up? Usually when a rev. valve...
  4. once again I have to...

    once again I have to agree JP on this. My refrigerator is 4 ft. from the exit door in the kitchen. I slide it over to the opening and clean the condensing coil using a leaf blower. My coil is mounted...
  5. Call another a/c company

    Call another a/c company. It appears you didn't read the rules about D.I.Y. (do-it-yourself) / non-professionals - basically NO DIY questions or pricing questions.
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    Robert E Lee and Slavery: Letter to His Wife

    Robert E Lee's view on Slavery: A letter to his wife.
  7. Thread: Trane Voyager

    by badbillr
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    are you talking about...

    are you talking about when the power is re-applied to the unit, the blower bumps on for a brief second and then right back off? If so, when the power is applied an electrical field is created, the...
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    not only reasonable, but..

    Not only reasonable in cost and easy to install/setup, but it also makes the equipment look more modern & sophisticated!
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    here in south Florida..

    Here in South Florida, we had a couple of horizontal splits located in the attic giving us the same problem. We ended up resolving the sweating issue by re-insulating the a/h cabinet using flat...
  10. stay with the gas..

    Stay with the gas setup, dual fuel would be over-kill. I have lived in Brandon since 1979 and last winter was certainly the coldest we have experienced in quite some time. The cold weather stayed...
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    use your flux...

    After applying solder to the heated joint, use your flux brush with flux still on it & "wipe" around the soldered joint. You will end up with a solid connection that looks great. Another thing to...
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    not the correct way...

    Not the correct way to remove the oil from a system. Click on the link below to watch a video on how a system is to be flushed. The guy in this video has made several HVAC videos and does a pretty...
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    split the coil

    splitting the coil on a 15 ton condenser is not a huge under-taking and does not require anything more than what you would normally use to clean a condenser coil. The coil only splits apart on...
  14. Thread: Filters?

    by badbillr
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    stay with the pleated...

    stay with the pleated 4" or 5" media filters. I can not tell you how many electronic air cleaners that we have removed when replacing a system due to it being electrically broken, cells being damaged...
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    check for leakage..

    check the compressor for poppet valve leakage. when the compressor came online, within 5-7 seconds the demand cooling was being energized. I pumped the compressor down and found that the valves were...
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    check the...

    Tommy - make sure the evap has been defrosted. Now, looking through were the plastic bins are normally, you need to see where the cap tube enters the evap. -- there should not be any frost or ice...
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    I have replaced many..

    I have replaced many of these evap coils due to micro-leaks. I inject UV in to the system, go to lunch and when I come back use the UV lamp to check coil. Little micro leaks, everywhere! Save some...
  18. Have some fun!!

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    Here's 2 more tips about these GPS units:

    The way they know that the vehicle has been started versus key-on is when the vehicle is not running the battery voltage will be less...
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    I agree

    I don't care too much for Ford vans myself, definitely prefer Chevy vans. The interior cab setup is not very user friendly, example - Chevy has deep door pockets and other little storage places that...
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    here you go!!

    Here's the info you were looking for. I hope it helps out.
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    same here

    DITTO!
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    sounds like...

    sounds like 1 of 2 things: first one being the system is low on coolant. second - fan clutch slipping too much. when you rev the engine up, do you feel lots of air being pulled through the radiator...
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    the only person

    He's the only thing or person Chuck Norris fears. He thanks you twice, more than once ----
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    Domestic

    I don't know what domestic refrigerator "chilli" is refering to, but your average household refrigerator works like this. It is the same for side-by-side or over/under refrigerators.

    The freezer...
  25. Thread: TXV Wrap

    by badbillr
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    ditto

    dchappa21 has got it down! Only adding this: get the rag wet & then wring it out slightly. The key to making the wet rag tip a success is how tightly you wrap the rag around the valve. Remove the...
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