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    I also think you have a pressure switch related...

    I also think you have a pressure switch related issue. Some manufacturers want to be sure the switch opens when the unit cycles off so as to avoid the possibilty of a welded switch reporting the...
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    Totally forgot about an automatic expansion...

    Totally forgot about an automatic expansion valve. I think his problem is solved!
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    I think you would be able to use the suction line...

    I think you would be able to use the suction line coming out of the box if you attach the temperature control sensing bulb to it in much the same way as one would an expansion valve bulb. You would...
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    Would it be possible to use a liquid line...

    Would it be possible to use a liquid line solenoid before the expansion valve with a temperature (or pressure)control in series with the coil?
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    Beck is awesome, and when you consider he plays...

    Beck is awesome, and when you consider he plays sans pick, even more so. Nugent is perhaps the most under rated guitarist ever. David Gilmour always merits being mentioned in these discussions, as...
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    Just have to ask; How does a guy named Gib's Son...

    Just have to ask; How does a guy named Gib's Son have a top five list which doesn't include anything by Page, Clapton, or Hendrix?
    Asked by a fellow Guitarist :)
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    It does not become virgin unless it is reclaimed...

    It does not become virgin unless it is reclaimed (as opposed to recovered or recycled), and it is not technically reclaimed unless it has been tested for and reaches a purity standard known as ARI...
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    Glad to help. Happy New Year!

    Glad to help. Happy New Year!
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    You will need something called a charging...

    You will need something called a charging cylinder (sometimes referred toas a dial a charge). It's a calibrated container that allows you to accurately weigh the charge in. And yes, you do add 2oz....
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    ditto

    ditto
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    A standing vacuum test is the last confirmation...

    A standing vacuum test is the last confirmation that your system is leak - free, but the ability to hold a vacuum does not guarantee your system is tight. It makes sense when you think of it this...
  12. When I read "compressor saver" I thought of those...

    When I read "compressor saver" I thought of those little square black time delays that were so easy to sell before the advent of digital stats.
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    On a very hot day, the utility company may be...

    On a very hot day, the utility company may be dropping supply voltage (although they will never admit it). I've seen as little as 196 volts feeding a 208 circuit. If you drop voltage, amperage must...
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    Did you get your EPA Certification through NYCT?

    Did you get your EPA Certification through NYCT?
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    Outdoor coil temperature is relevant because that...

    Outdoor coil temperature is relevant because that is how the heat removed from the conditioned area is released to ambient air.
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    I don't know your husband's age, but this is a...

    I don't know your husband's age, but this is a young man's work. Their is plenty of lifting, climbing, kneeling, and bodily contortion involved. After a number of years, the little nagging injuries...
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    The ability of the unit to hold a vacuum does not...

    The ability of the unit to hold a vacuum does not guarantee that the unit is tight. Consider that even under a perfect vacuum (30" hg, 0 psia) the greatest pressure differential between inside the...
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    Also used to prevent liquid migration to the...

    Also used to prevent liquid migration to the compressor in an off cycle.
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    Often use a heat gun but be careful; they can...

    Often use a heat gun but be careful; they can remove paint.
  20. It's also a real quick way to determine which of...

    It's also a real quick way to determine which of the unmarked breakers feeds it:whistle:
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    I agree Pro. But I actually held the check and...

    I agree Pro. But I actually held the check and felt it chattering.
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    Thanks Gas. It is a split with the compressor...

    Thanks Gas. It is a split with the compressor under the car body and the evap in the interior (passenger compartment) "attic". Also, it is a spring loaded check. Condensing temp was low, but I...
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    Discharge check valve chattering

    Greetings all. I have been asked for advice concerning an intermittent discharge check valve chatter on a subway car air conditioner. It is a Carrier Open Drive 10 ton R- 22 unit with a typical...
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    If the Hispanic vote is the marker, aside from...

    If the Hispanic vote is the marker, aside from the immigration issue, on the surface it would appear that they would lean toward the RIGHT: generally hard working people, mostly Catholic, family...
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    was a bit of an a hole...

    when I ws a kid. Sent to a no cool (resi) for my first call. Find no 24v to contactor, trace it back to stat. As I'm removing the cover, H/O proudly states that it's only a year old & he did it...
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