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    With the piston being mismatched from what the...

    With the piston being mismatched from what the outdoor unit is calling for, I am throwing all the "supposed to be" numbers out the window for now until I get this thing squared away, then I will dial...
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    I did check the reversing valve and it is fine.

    I did check the reversing valve and it is fine.
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    Since I would not be able to sleep tonight...

    Since I would not be able to sleep tonight without going back out there and troubleshooting more, I called the customer to ask if they minded me stopping back in to run some more tests, at no charge....
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    From looking at these numbers again, it is...

    From looking at these numbers again, it is looking like the orifice is oversized and the unit is overcharged to compensate the flooded evaporator.
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    Customer said that it worked fine last year....

    Customer said that it worked fine last year. Before weighing in a fresh charge, the pressures and temperatures were the exact same. I did not check the orifice size in the coil.
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    Wet Bulb is 70.

    Wet Bulb is 70.
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    This call has me stumped

    Ran across a unit today that is puzzling me to no end. I am leaning towards the indoor metering device (fixed orifice) being faulty, but I am just not 100% sure. Indoor fan is wired on high speed....
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    From a service stand point, that information is...

    From a service stand point, that information is irrelevant. I don't measure refrigerant in gallons and quartz. I measure refrigerant in pounds and ounces.
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    Give us some temps and pressures. Superheat,...

    Give us some temps and pressures. Superheat, Subcool, RAT, DAT, OAT, tonnage, line set size. That's for starters.
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    Huh???:Faint:

    Huh???:Faint:
  11. Sorry, but I prefer a bi-flow defrost control...

    Sorry, but I prefer a bi-flow defrost control board.
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    Need to borrow a pair of tubing cutters? I...

    Need to borrow a pair of tubing cutters?

    I have never seen anything like this. With guys like this, I will NEVER be out of a job.
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    Funny thing is they are not even probably using...

    Funny thing is they are not even probably using that for a drip leg. Probably did not know it even needed one.

    That is just for "future use" for another appliance, lol.
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    I feel this is the start to a very bad joke.

    I feel this is the start to a very bad joke.
  15. You have to ask yourself what you have to offer...

    You have to ask yourself what you have to offer to the company. Do you have a master's or journeyman's license? Are you Universal EPA certified? NATE certified? What separates you from anyone else...
  16. You are supposed to cut it out. If it is a nasty...

    You are supposed to cut it out. If it is a nasty burnout where you might be going back a couple of times to replace the drier, throw in a flared drier.
  17. You need a vent tee after the P trap if the drain...

    You need a vent tee after the P trap if the drain is on the negative side of the unit. I naturally install a vent tee on every installation I do along with a 3/4" PVC union that comes off the unit so...
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    Never have tried this. Dying to try this tomorrow...

    Never have tried this. Dying to try this tomorrow on a job to experiment. Which leg do you take the volts off of, C and HERM?
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    With the VAVs being occupied 24/7, they will...

    With the VAVs being occupied 24/7, they will never have a chance to calibrate themselves, which can lead to issues with the air damper and flow sensor.

    When an override is done in Rover, it only...
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    I am guessing by the MP581 that you are running...

    I am guessing by the MP581 that you are running LonTalk (COM5). The COM5 VAVs will have a VV550 control board and the COM4 boards will have a UCM 4.2 board. Are there any RTUs or AHUs on the link...
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    My thoughts exactly.

    My thoughts exactly.
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    The moment you lay your hands on that thing, you...

    The moment you lay your hands on that thing, you own it. I would nicely recommend they call someone else.
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    You could always just run a wire from Line to...

    You could always just run a wire from Line to Load on one leg and make it single pole. I carry only double pole contactors on my truck.
  24. In my opinion, I would go with the gas furnace,...

    In my opinion, I would go with the gas furnace, hands down. Main reason is because I have worked on tons and tons of old Apollo hydronic heaters and you are lucky if they put out anything over 90...
  25. Not sure what "Law" you are talking about, but...

    Not sure what "Law" you are talking about, but depending on the size of the unit, you very well can add refrigerant to a system with a known leak. Keep up on your EPA laws before putting stuff that...
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