Type: Posts; User: a\c don
I moved in 1982, but my tastebuds still long for WNY.
I hate you...:p
You know this thread is over 6 years old, right?
Same here. Originally from Amherst before moving to the sandbar.
When I get an urge for back home goodies I order a care package. :grin2:
Doug addressed this issue in another thread.
See post #407 in the link below.
Looks like a 2 1/2 ton AHU and a 2 ton condenser.
Check the piston size.
Just download to and run the update from a flash drive. ;)
I'd be happy to show you mine if you want to travel to Brevard County, Melbourne/Palm Bay area.
Here is the one that I built, works like a charm. :yes:
It is slower than usual here as well.
I have an AK900 from the 1st batch that was available for purchase.
To date I have had no manifold issues.
Zip, zero, nada...............:cool:
I've had a DL389 for a little over 3 years now.
No problems with it at all, does everything that I need it to.
Pricier than say AA batteries but hold a high power level until nearly exhausted.
Also have a very long shelf life.
I use YJ ball valves on my hoses.
The low loss should not be a problem as long as you remember to release any pressure in your hoses before zeroing the DRSA.
As has been said, the digi-cool case IS a HARD case.
You wont break it...:grin2:
Bosch pocket driver has been good to me.
Changed one out about a month ago on a 3 ton heat pump.
Seems to be well made.
I use the Testo 605-H2 for taking measurements inside of a duct.
It's long probe makes it ideal for this purpose, but it is slow.
For taking an IDWB reading I prefer my Amprobe THWD-2.
farmfriendly, I can appreciate your reluctance in dealing with digital gauges given your past experiences.
I have owned Digi-Cool's for several years and was part of the beta testing team for the...
What happened to the OP topic?
This has become ARP. :gah:
I know that I will probably get slammed by the Fluke and Fieldpiece owners, but I have had have been using a UEI DL389 TRMS meter for about 3 years with no problems whatsoever.
Great meter, does...
sorry, double post.
You can find your answers here.