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  1. Used it today to set up an RTU. Very slick little...

    Used it today to set up an RTU. Very slick little SOB, ran it side by side with my Dwyer Magnahelic and it was right on the money. I think this will help the newbies out a lot with finally getting a...
  2. AAB SPM-100 WiFi Static Pressure Meter - Just bought it.

    At Johnstones today and rep for AAB was there showing off their newer device. Watched the demo and was sold. Was 30% off if you bought it then so got it for nearly a single Benjamin. Have a job in a...
  3. Think I caught a glimpse of you, must be taking a...

    Think I caught a glimpse of you, must be taking a break after replacing belts on those exhaust hoods:grin2:
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    LOVE EM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    LOVE EM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Spelling errors are based on the fact that I am...

    Spelling errors are based on the fact that I am trying to type on a phone with a few beers.....all you can eat seafood buffet opening here in a few. You all have a good night.
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    I am setting in a casino with a few drinks but to...

    I am setting in a casino with a few drinks but to make Old Blue happy I clarify a few things.

    A true mixed air sensor would be installed where the RA and OA mix, before the cooling coil.
    With...
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    I rebuild a lot of these units for many...

    I rebuild a lot of these units for many individuals. There is a growing trend in the historical neighborhood district to completely overhaul and bring these furnaces to their original operating...
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    An old Bryant "TopHat" furnace from the early...

    An old Bryant "TopHat" furnace from the early 40's. Bryant coined these as the "TopHat" to compete with Lennox's coined term "LowBoy". But over the years to reference low profile furnaces for the...
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    Device is nice, a huge time saver when...

    Device is nice, a huge time saver when commissioning and troubleshooting.
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    I think that is pretty cool, upgrading a Carrier...

    I think that is pretty cool, upgrading a Carrier solid state system to a York SE. You are correct that the MicroMetl economizer kits built for the York CDR Prestige would fit in particular Carrier...
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    For super_5: where and how are you getting the SE...

    For super_5: where and how are you getting the SE board and ECO1001 naked to overhaul certain units, or are you just upgrading York, Luxaire, Coleman, JCI equipment with existing 1A (four button),...
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    Confused. So lets say I have a baseline Lennox...

    Confused. So lets say I have a baseline Lennox RTU with a W72 series module that is kapoot. Are you saying that you guys are gutting all the controls and adding a York SE board and replacing the...
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    The JCI/UPG/York Simplicity SE boards in...

    The JCI/UPG/York Simplicity SE boards in conjunction with the SE-ECO1001 economizer module are proprietary and currently only found in their manufactured family lines of rooftop equipment. I was not...
  14. A lot of gas valves use the security torx bit,...

    A lot of gas valves use the security torx bit, too. Kit I got was from Sears, Craftsman Security Bit Kit. The two hole bits are needed to access Trane Voyager negative pressure gas valve adjustment....
  15. Thread: York RTU Issue

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    If one is to read the original Simplicity...

    If one is to read the original Simplicity installation guides, it is obvious that the engineers wanted TWO separate transformers to operate the systems. Talking with the engineers, which I have, they...
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    I do not know of a cross reference guide for the...

    I do not know of a cross reference guide for the large 1900 series Taco pumps. Probably need to get the performance charts for the 1919 pump and dimensional specifications, flange size, voltage...
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    We call that device around here "the Rhino...

    We call that device around here "the Rhino Cock"(a doodle do). We use them on certain jobs. But most of the time PVC pipe and sealed with caulk.
  18. Thread: York RTU Issue

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    I put this essay together with you in mind,...

    I put this essay together with you in mind, buddy:
    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1741531
  19. Thread: York RTU Issue

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    Model number places this unit as a 460v

    Model number places this unit as a 460v
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    Home built in 1862, if there is no historical...

    Home built in 1862, if there is no historical significance, I would bulldoze it and start from scratch.
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    You got mail my friend.

    You got mail my friend.
  22. Thread: York RTU Issue

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    email sent;)

    email sent;)
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    You got mail

    You got mail
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    You do not have an email in your profile. Shoot...

    You do not have an email in your profile. Shoot me a PM with your email and I will get you hooked up with all the Reliatel manuals.

    Economizer on this unit?
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    Unit using a reliatel control board per model...

    Unit using a reliatel control board per model number. Many good threads in the pro section with Black and White Books attached to figure out what may be locking out the cooling.
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    Nice catch!

    Nice catch!
  27. Thread: York RTU Issue

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    We all know what your going through. These boards...

    We all know what your going through. These boards make the best of us feel like idiots.

    I would probably rule out the thermostat and thermostat wiring first as a source for the voltage drop. Then...
  28. Thread: York RTU Issue

    by slctech
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    I have gotten many a gray hair from the...

    I have gotten many a gray hair from the Simplicity 1A/Elite/LITE boards. Your new here, so those here know I have spent countless hours typing up essays on these things.

    Definitely not a ground...
  29. Thread: Relay in a Box

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    Looks like the, The Run Cap Bandit, has a neeeeew...

    Looks like the, The Run Cap Bandit, has a neeeeew little friend, Los Bandido Relé.
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    Thought I would share a picture I just took of my...

    Thought I would share a picture I just took of my 2006 DigiCools. They are my main work horse! Never an issue, did replace the original velcro sensor with a custom clamp. Always wanted to upgrade to...
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    If it is hail damage and can be proven, he MIGHT...

    If it is hail damage and can be proven, he MIGHT be able to use insurance to cover depends on coverage and clauses? We do not see a lot of hail in my part but did have a freak storm come through a...
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    I would replace it. Common footprint on those so...

    I would replace it. Common footprint on those so no curb if you stay with compatible units like similar certain Carriers, Lennox ZG series, and York CDR Prestige.

    Coils are fairly available from...
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    Welcome to commercial! After dealing with Carrier...

    Welcome to commercial! After dealing with Carrier and Trane Accutrol orifice restrictions for your first time out, you may want to run back to residential! Kill the blower and watch which sections of...
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    The ARP-The Cage is probably a good place for it....

    The ARP-The Cage is probably a good place for it. I am afraid of stepping into there. There are a few members I have never heard of that literally just live in their! Pulled up some of their stats...
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    Curious to see the results:whistle: We need a...

    Curious to see the results:whistle: We need a code word for the stuff as to prevent another thread getting shutdown...maybe "Operation Sucker"
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    Wonder if RUNDAWG, is secretly behind this...

    Wonder if RUNDAWG, is secretly behind this app...LOL Should be a RUNDAWG app!
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    Concept used for a loooooooooong time by...

    Concept used for a loooooooooong time by Parker/Sporlan in the military and aerospace industry on stainless steel and hydraulic lines. Need quick field fixes in the heat of battle.
    Problem I see is...
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    After time the mandrels will build up crap in the...

    After time the mandrels will build up crap in the groove that will cause the pipe to grab and ripple on the inside of the bend. Using brake or carb cleaner, clean the mandrel. Start making a practice...
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    The Dwyer 490-4 is what a co-worker has and loves...

    The Dwyer 490-4 is what a co-worker has and loves it....I just yet to front the cost.

    Embarrassed to say that I have an old brass three port refrigerant manifold gauge that I installed 0 to 100psi...
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    Hard Start or Start Assist have their place in...

    Hard Start or Start Assist have their place in split system applications. In residential applications there are particular neighborhoods where I am dealing with low voltage situations, thus a hard...
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    Are you simply asking how to triple evacuate a...

    Are you simply asking how to triple evacuate a system with nitrogen? Not sure what you mean by the term "flush".

    With triple evac, you are barely introducing enough nitrogen to break the vacuum...
  42. You would have half the neighborhood waking up...

    You would have half the neighborhood waking up and coming out to see what all ruckus is about. Those Rapid Recovery machines are not quiet by any means.

    Here is a thread from a few years back:...
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    Where I get mine. Auto part stores usually have...

    Where I get mine. Auto part stores usually have plenty of rolls of vacuum tubing and others on spools in the back that they sell by the foot.
  44. When adding that fitting, throw some nylog on...

    When adding that fitting, throw some nylog on those threads.

    This thread in this open forum is getting to the T.M.I. level, as my kids would say when I tell them, "I need to take a sh!@".
  45. AGREED If no leaky in the system, I would be...

    AGREED

    If no leaky in the system, I would be looking at low load or other conditions that is not getting the oil back to the compressor. If no leaks, then the oil is hiding somewhere and adding...
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    I requested that this get moved to the Controls...

    I requested that this get moved to the Controls Forum, that is where the control geeks hangout and talk in a whole language of their own...LOL. You will get the replies there that you need. Here in...
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    I searched everything, I do not have anything...

    I searched everything, I do not have anything that will validate part numbers or a part list. I set on a 55MB install and troubleshooting manual from a class I took last year. I attempted to email...
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    Get this moved to the Pro section, we can get a...

    Get this moved to the Pro section, we can get a bit more in depth. I have a few phone numbers and other info that may be of assistance. P.S. I despise LG!
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    Hate those XC series with the fiberglass/plastic...

    Hate those XC series with the fiberglass/plastic condenser fan guard. Rub it wrong and your itchy all day.
  50. Thread: WOW

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    snorkel....required in flood zones.

    snorkel....required in flood zones.
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