Type: Posts; User: 71CHOPS
or just blow it out with nitrogen.....
nice to hear they got you fixed up!
I tried the FP a few years ago. didn't have any complaints, but since I've had a Bluvac, i won't use anything else.
someone on here recently rebuilt a set of those. I think it's just mineral oil in them.....dampens needle bounce.
yeah I thought mine had a problem, but Joey set me right. it's just refrigerant vapor left in the gauge. I always blow mine out before putting it in the case.
try beating the crap out of it with a heavy rubber mallet.....you might get lucky.
and I thought that was for auto use??
I bet it's just the klixon that is bad on the compressor.
Had mine for a few years now. readings compare to the testo, I've checked against.
I try to do an "idiot check" before I leave now.....everything taken off is back on/in place, all tools accounted for, all disconnects on!
I use them, and have for years, but when I considered digital, I wanted the best accuracy with the temp probes as well as the manifold.
what's plugged into the ceiling outlet?
worked on a plant system where they used an air powered pump to move glycol. not sure how much pressure it could generate though.
after a bunch of research, I went with the DC AK900. the major selling point for me was durability.....and not using K-type thermistors. Not interested in the micron gauge feature of the FP, as I...
or just pay for the alarm install, and write it off as a non reimbursable work expense.
yup....CRT's, and a bluvac connected to a vacuum tree on your pump.
no diff. than walkin into someon's house that you never quoted before.......fix it and charge regular rates.
in this case, there would be some point in the conversation that I would toss in,...
around here, that's called a redneck recovery machine.
according to our company policy, the NCV pen is your "last line of defense"!!:whistle:
I don't see a problem with capping them during summer. just did my brother's system, that was the first question he asked when we looked at the vent/intake. of course, my response was, "just don't...
they've been VERY good to me in the past!! great people to deal with, and take very good care of their customers!
I'll bite....soooo, what's a scope meter?
do you mean an oscilloscope??
united has them....it's just a plastic sheet with diff. size holes. some of the minisplit manufacturers put them out. makes you have the exact man. recommended flare size. if it doesn't slide...
have you tested the flares in that "go-no-go" gauge UR has?? just curious if the stop puts the flare OD at the exact diameter for that gauge.....