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  1. I am of a different mindset here, on my accounts...

    I am of a different mindset here, on my accounts that have in- house maintenance personnel. I consider these accounts on a long term basis. Whenever the maint. personnel call me for advice I offer it...
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    I always open discharge, then suction. Mostly...

    I always open discharge, then suction. Mostly for the same reasons as you. I think I read it somewhere.
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    As a member of UA Local 211 I am unaware of any...

    As a member of UA Local 211 I am unaware of any qualified service techs not working. Here when you get accepted you go through the 5 year apprenticeship. After that you "Breakout". Then you are a...
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    If you have an older furnace i have seen where...

    If you have an older furnace i have seen where the fan control will pick up extreme attic temps and bring on the blower when no call was made by the t-stat. To remedy this you would adjust your fan...
  5. In my experience it is best to start with the...

    In my experience it is best to start with the basics. Most of my customers want as much information from me as possible. They really will not use it, but if they are paying me i see no reason to...
  6. Simple and cost effective..... make two zones...

    Simple and cost effective..... make two zones ,one up one down. Honeywell offers some nice solutions i have used.
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    I gotta go with testing for line voltage first,...

    I gotta go with testing for line voltage first, thats a painful mistake to learn.(I speak from experienc here) Also dont forget and leave your invoice clipboard on the roof of your truck. Most people...
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    Gravity you beat me to it. CCH is a possible...

    Gravity you beat me to it. CCH is a possible culprit.
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    You say that you learned from the customer that...

    You say that you learned from the customer that the R/A filter was dirty, this statement alone says volumes. Start over my friend. The last thing I do is put on my gauges. The first thing I do is...
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    Are your blower amps close to your rated full...

    Are your blower amps close to your rated full load? Sometimes i think that the blower is okay untill I take an amp draw, then I realize that is way to low, and proceed from there.
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    I think this depends on the customer. If this...

    I think this depends on the customer. If this customer can afford it put on the Penn pressure switch, if not install the "peanut " type that is non adjustable. Your installation remains pretty much...
  12. Thread: CCH Adapter

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    It is a well known fact that Rocks are much...

    It is a well known fact that Rocks are much happier and respond to commands better when they are warm and next to their best friend the Compressor. If you doubt me then just google it and see for...
  13. Your specs seem ok but you need to know other...

    Your specs seem ok but you need to know other things, Frame size would be one,bearing type would be another detail. If you really want to do it yourself you should at least use the OEM motor. In...
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    You could add another Return . Depending on how...

    You could add another Return . Depending on how undersized we are talking, but you could run a 10" duct to the master bedroom, add a 12"x12" R/A grill and tie into it. Then tie your 10 inch duct onto...
  15. Hmmm, it held a vacuum. I believe if you were to...

    Hmmm, it held a vacuum. I believe if you were to use a vacuum gauge you would see that you weren't ever able to get below 1000 microns. This tool is essential in leak repair jobs especially in small...
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    This is the Ask Our Pro's forum. In order to post...

    This is the Ask Our Pro's forum. In order to post a response here, you must have verified qualifications and have been approved by the AOP Committee. You may ask a question by starting a new thread....
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