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    My favorite tools are. 1. Boston...

    My favorite tools are.

    1. Boston Shaker. Mine has 1 ounce increments etched on the glass for added accuracy.
    2. 12" Bar Spoon. Mine has a flat forked skewer on the other end. Great...
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    Aren't we talking about tools that will hold up...

    Aren't we talking about tools that will hold up for longer than 2 minutes??? :D
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    My H10 is 20 years old and still works like a...

    My H10 is 20 years old and still works like a champ. I get it serviced at a local instrument shop every 2 years (plus getting other instruments calibrated and serviced).
    This year I was charged...
  4. Thread: Oscilloscopes

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    Haven't used an O-Scope in quite awhile. Sold my...

    Haven't used an O-Scope in quite awhile. Sold my old fluke 1984 model scope years ago. It was large and cumbersome. Worked on pinball machines, video games as a hobby back in the 80's when you...
  5. Thread: Bluvac

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    I've always used a filter on my micron gauge. I...

    I've always used a filter on my micron gauge. I got it from the instrument calibration service I use. He told me to always keep gauge upright, have the gas ballast turned out and valve closed on vac....
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    Yikes!!! The CLO also protects from over...

    Yikes!!! The CLO also protects from over amperage. Can't say I've ever seen a CLO bad. It does its job quite well. If you get a nuisance trip it's not the CLO's fault, it's doing its job.
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    All the MRI chillers I've worked on have a...

    All the MRI chillers I've worked on have a domestic water back-up if chiller fails or is shut off. So turning unit off for service won't release HE if its idle. It's normal to have to add a small...
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    Thanks for the help. I've had TT's on this unit...

    Thanks for the help. I've had TT's on this unit all summer. The CLO would nuisance trip about twice a month since April. It wasn't till it finally starting being consistent that I could nail it down...
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    Tattle tales won't work on the Bryant/Carrier...

    Tattle tales won't work on the Bryant/Carrier CLO's. They lock out faster than a TT can pop.

    I've narrowed it down to start-up with dehum. Calling also. Seems my SP drops rapidly during a...
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    Lows here are in the 80's I used my HG3,...

    Lows here are in the 80's

    I used my HG3, with the SMAN4, an amp meter head, temp head. First time I tried doing this and was pleased. 9 data points @ every 3sec.'s for 9 hours and still had...
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    Bryant RTU issues

    I've got a Bryant 150K BTU RTU with the dehum. Option.

    My problem is intermittent LO's on the 2nd stage at start up. I could never seem to find the issue when I got there, reset and everything...
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    I've always said when working on something you've...

    I've always said when working on something you've never seen before RTFM!

    I get the IOM and read it! Amazing the info it has.

    It's a easier now then when I first started. I've still...
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    That is standard procedure around here.

    That is standard procedure around here.
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    As long term damage goes my hands after 30 years...

    As long term damage goes my hands after 30 years of doing this. Carpel tunnel and arthritis damage is starting to take its toll.

    Neck problems from getting into strange positions is second.

    I...
  15. Bought a shotgun last spring from a gun show....

    Bought a shotgun last spring from a gun show. Paid cash, signed some form, and walked out the door. No drivers license check, no questions on if I can use the gun, or anything.
    Unbridled capitalism...
  16. You haven't been to a gun show have you?

    You haven't been to a gun show have you?
  17. Same can be said of auto parts houses, Home...

    Same can be said of auto parts houses, Home Depot, or any DIY store.
    Again. What makes us so special?
  18. As it should be. Any idiot can buy a car, boat,...

    As it should be. Any idiot can buy a car, boat, firearm, etc. What makes HVAC equipment any different.
  19. Thread: O2 Sensors

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    O2 Sensors

    Ive had my CA for several years now. The original O2 sensor lasted two years. Since then I have to replace every year. Is there a way to keep the life of them better?

    Also why do they go bad so...
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    How did that furnace ever draft with the vent...

    How did that furnace ever draft with the vent pipe like that, betcha it is a rust bucket!

    I just serviced an Iron Fireman furnace, 15 pound cast iron burners, an HX thats as solid as a rock, it a...
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    Im slow as hell nowadays. Between arthritis, and...

    Im slow as hell nowadays. Between arthritis, and needing reading glasses to read diagrams, and see mod. #'s, etc. Its amazing, I can diagnose quicker now than ever (thanks to 30 years of doing this)...
  22. Ive used a couple of 521's this season that...

    Ive used a couple of 521's this season that didn't hold up more than a month or two. Only use OEM for PR's and SC's now.

    BTW. start capacitor's seem just as crappy now as run cap.'s.
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    If its a part warranty, ill do it and charge them...

    If its a part warranty, ill do it and charge them labor. Whats the big deal with doing warranties that you wont do them?
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    Channel locks work good. If somebody wants to...

    Channel locks work good. If somebody wants to huff, a silly locking cap isnt going to deter them.

    The authors of code books had a buddy that needed a boost in his business selling locking caps...
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    Charging cylinders

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    I found this while rummaging around my shed. My grandad gave me this while I was in trade school. My first job the company did everything! HVAC, refrigeration, ice machines, water...
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