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  1. Thread: micron gauge

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    You guys seem to have me convinced on a YJ 69075,...

    You guys seem to have me convinced on a YJ 69075, but I noticed they have a new 69086 model. Decent looking handheld, anyone have any experience with that one? Looks like the replaceable sensor is...
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    Kinda erks me that you guys are happily using the...

    Kinda erks me that you guys are happily using the G5Twin on r410. The guy at the supply house insisted that it would not work with 410, and persuaded me to get the GS3700.
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    I actually have seen them at our local Lowes....

    I actually have seen them at our local Lowes. They had them, and coil cleaner, it was over with the window unit A/Cs, in their seasonal section, not in the "HVAC" section if you will.
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    Sanyo Multi Zone Mini-Split

    I have a job coming up where I'm going to have to open the system up, but had not thought about filter/driers on mini splits. Do you guys stick to the rule of putting a filter/drier on anytime you...
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    Is it just me, or does it seem like all most...

    Is it just me, or does it seem like all most contractors want to do is sell someone on something they dont actually need? Yes, more tonnage would most likely solve your cooling problem, but that...
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    Do you guys notice with cheaper hoses, that the...

    Do you guys notice with cheaper hoses, that the seals will collapse on evac? Was evacing a system, and noticed all the sudden the vacuum dropped like a rocket. I was thinking theres no way I pulled...
  7. Thread: micron gauge

    by sysrq2000
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    Supco VG-64

    Anyone use the Supco VG-64. Just picked one up the other day, and its acting rather bizarre. After pulling a vacuum, I disconnect the hose from the system, and the hose is still connected to the...
  8. From the mini-splits I've dealt with thus far,...

    From the mini-splits I've dealt with thus far, its not truly a 'liquid' line as someone else stated in another thread. If the unit you are working on is similar to my experience, the metering device...
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    yeah, I just noticed that as well. What got me...

    yeah, I just noticed that as well. What got me questioning though, was on that spec page, it says "N/A" on vapor recovery at 104 degrees. Out here in the Southern CA. desert, we're recovering on...
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    G5TWIN with 410a?

    Any of you G5 fans using them on r410a? I was about to pick one up at the supply house, and the rep. said the G5 wouldnt work with 410, and to go with the GS3700. I figured I would go do some...
  11. Thread: Ants?

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    Build a small moat around the outdoor unit!...

    Build a small moat around the outdoor unit! Sorry, thought this thread could use a little humor... :p
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    So I got a good one for you. I have a bottle of...

    So I got a good one for you. I have a bottle of Honeywell AZ-20 R-410a, and it also has the Puron logo on it... hmmmm....

    It's definitely had me wondering...

    I have differing feelings about...
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    http://www.sanyohvac.com/service_support.php ...

    http://www.sanyohvac.com/service_support.php

    You can email their tech support there, hopefully they will still have something available for that unit. From what I understand is that unit is a 10...
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    Yeah, thats probably going to be the best bet....

    Yeah, thats probably going to be the best bet. This company has about 5 of them that need to be serviced, but there doesn't seem to be a feasible route besides reclaim, and recharge(at least that I...
  15. I was just told last week in a NATE certification...

    I was just told last week in a NATE certification refresher course that you cannot get oil to boil off until you get down to 1/750,000th of a micron. Again, this is just what I heard from the...
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    Sanyo Mini-Split trouble

    Hey guys, new to the forums, looks like a great place for a younger guy into the trade to learn some good stuff from some of the all so wise old-timers. :p

    Anyhow, I've got a Sanyo mini-split...
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