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    looks like an easy fix but if you are not careful...

    looks like an easy fix but if you are not careful getting that filter in and out might be a bit tricky
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    I asked the question what are you getting from...

    I asked the question what are you getting from the union. you say they help you bargan and have your back. you guys must be brain washed or something. if i worked somewhere i needed help to keep my...
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    I live in a non union state. i work hard and have...

    I live in a non union state. i work hard and have never had a problem getting or keeping a job. i am not sure what people think they need a union for. i went to work in ohio once even the bag boy at...
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    a 4 inch filter is a call back in the making. if...

    a 4 inch filter is a call back in the making. if they wont spend money on a poly filter found anywhere you know they wont spend money or time trying to find a 4 incher
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    maybe a union in NY is differant than here in...

    maybe a union in NY is differant than here in North carolina the only ones joining thelm here are lazy people that want the union to help thelm keep there jobs.
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    i have seen a few condensers mounted in the...

    i have seen a few condensers mounted in the celing for computer server rooms side discharge. it wasnt as hot as i thought it would be
  7. Thread: Trane

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    I know just how you feel we just replaced a...

    I know just how you feel we just replaced a condenser coil in a trane rtu. simple job due to easy access unlike a carrier unit. we got everything put together run a pressure test on it and it went to...
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    looking back on how history has played out in the...

    looking back on how history has played out in the past i think we would all be better off cutting our own grass
  9. Thread: Disconect

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    Thanks for all the answers i didn't think there...

    Thanks for all the answers i didn't think there was much repair work that could be done to it other than checking for tight connections and i did that. and yes it is the cheap grey resi non fused...
  10. Thread: Disconect

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    ryan if it was a lever type that might work but...

    ryan if it was a lever type that might work but this is the pulll out type so with out taking it all the way apart i dont think that will work. still not sure if i would have access to the part that...
  11. Thread: Disconect

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    Disconect

    Have any of you ever ran across a bad blade style disconect. the blade is not making a good connection at times and the unit wont start. i bump the blade and unit works. i have checked all...
  12. Thread: Fieldpiece SC53

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    Then that explains why it hung up when i went...

    Then that explains why it hung up when i went from hi voltage to low. when i removed the lead and put it back on the low voltage it read it correct and fast. as far as price i got a good deal on it...
  13. Thread: Fieldpiece SC53

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    Fieldpiece SC53

    I just bought a new sc53 clamp meter i like all the features it has. i have noticed an issue with it and i am trying to figure out if it is a problem or just the way this brand works. when mesuring...
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    correct me if i am wrong but the 10* has to be...

    correct me if i am wrong but the 10* has to be read at the evaporator not the condenser for a true reading. if you have a long lineset that number may be alot higher at the condenser.
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    they need a cap on the drain but why was it...

    they need a cap on the drain but why was it freezing up?
  16. Thread: Capacitors

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    most of the time when i find one that has failed...

    most of the time when i find one that has failed like today it is very low 7.5 and was 2.5 i have also been told if a capasitor gets to low and the motor runs for a long time it will burn up the...
  17. Thread: gauges

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    I do mine like clarec it works for me all that is...

    I do mine like clarec it works for me all that is left is the low side pressure.
  18. Thread: Capacitors

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    My luck with fan motors have been if they dont...

    My luck with fan motors have been if they dont call back in a day after you put the cap in the motor will normaly be ok. Mark at that point dont you normaly have a componet fail anyway.
  19. Thread: Capacitors

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    Capacitors

    At what point do you recomend a coustomer replace a capacitor? i see the rating for +or - 6% do you recomend when it gets to that point or before? I dont want to sell a part they dont need but i dont...
  20. Thread: tank set up

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    my text book recomendeds 5 acetylene 10 oxy that...

    my text book recomendeds 5 acetylene 10 oxy that said i have not seen two techs with the same set up 5 is common but oxy is all over the place.
  21. Thread: JB solder rings

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    It could be. if you cant see the weld i am not...

    It could be. if you cant see the weld i am not sure how to tell if it all melted or not. i would not think twice about using it for plumbing repairs though.
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    looks good now if i can only find my tubbing...

    looks good now if i can only find my tubbing strecher
  23. Thread: JB solder rings

    by tlp7
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    JB solder rings

    Have any of you tried the solder rings yet. if so how did it go? i was at the parts house today and a salesman handed me a pack and ask me what i thought i told him if i couldnt see a good weld i...
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    I saw one today on a carrier that said it was...

    I saw one today on a carrier that said it was filled with castor oil.
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    the best way to insure a good job would be to not...

    the best way to insure a good job would be to not try to save money and have the job inspected. people cut less corners when they know there work will be looked over by an inspector.
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