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    Copeland invented the Compliant Scroll, they live...

    Copeland invented the Compliant Scroll, they live and breathe it. They understand it intimately. Buying anything else is accepting a cheap, reverse-engineered knockoff.
  2. 15% ONLY, prefer Dynaflow but just finished off a...

    15% ONLY, prefer Dynaflow but just finished off a tube of Worthington.
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    Try that list that Craig runs, there's always...

    Try that list that Craig runs, there's always suckers on there buying up used equipment.
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    I have one installed in my showroom. It requires...

    I have one installed in my showroom. It requires a constant wifi connection, when you issue it a command it uploads your voice to Honeywell's cloud and tries to match what you said to a command...
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    This guy isn't serious right? This has to be a...

    This guy isn't serious right? This has to be a troll. No one could be that obviously stupid.
  6. That unit was built when manufacturers were...

    That unit was built when manufacturers were learning (the hard way) that 410A was murdering their coils. Had it been 410A from the beginning I'm confident you'd have had a major leak issue by now. ...
  7. I would not recommend converting the air handler...

    I would not recommend converting the air handler to R410A. The new refrigerant is rough on coils and I doubt yours will last very long after conversion. If you're looking to go cheap then just put...
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    Did you look at the blower wheel? There's been...

    Did you look at the blower wheel? There's been some issues with mini split units and "growth" on the wheels.
  9. I could tell you exactly what it is, but this is...

    I could tell you exactly what it is, but this is not a DIY site and you absolutely should not be playing with this yourself. Please call a professional.
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    I completely disagree. I've been using SPP super...

    I completely disagree. I've been using SPP super boosts for 20+ years and never had an issue. I avoid the "el cheapo" hard start booster kits but the Watsco and Supco have always been solid for me.
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    You've got an intermittent short somewhere, and...

    You've got an intermittent short somewhere, and it's a doozy. Make sure your technician inspects the wiring in the outdoor unit, as this is often the source of problems. I had a Trane do this to...
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    No easy way. Pump it down and swap it. All...

    No easy way. Pump it down and swap it. All Rheems will be cubes is what I'm hearing.
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    1. We don't offer DIY advice, "diagnostic help",...

    1. We don't offer DIY advice, "diagnostic help", or other technical information here.
    2. You are in over your head. Please turn it off and call a pro before you damage it more or worse yet injure...
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    I deal with this literally every week. A few...

    I deal with this literally every week. A few things to consider:
    - businesses have this thing called "overhead". Included in this is tech salary, insurance on tech, van, gas, insurance on van,...
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    I recommend you continue resetting it until the...

    I recommend you continue resetting it until the compressor fails, then have a new unit installed.
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    Well, you're an expert on resistors, why don't...

    Well, you're an expert on resistors, why don't you tell us what went wrong? I wish I could be there when you power it up and it burns again. That's going to be hilarious.
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    ::smh:: "My car is making a noise, what's wrong...

    ::smh::
    "My car is making a noise, what's wrong with it so I don't get ripped off?"
  18. We've put new 13 SEER condensers on old coils...

    We've put new 13 SEER condensers on old coils before, but we don't usually mismatch them. I suppose you ordered this unit online and "went up a size" to try and get more cooling? It doesn't work...
  19. I personally dislike heat pumps in Ohio,...

    I personally dislike heat pumps in Ohio, especially super high efficiency units. For most of the winter you'll be on the gas anyway, and we only get a few months of summer here. For our climate,...
  20. Is anyone selling appliance-branded equipment, specifically made by Nordyne?

    I've put in quite a few Air-Temps in the past two years. The price is right for my "economical customers" (slumlords) and so far only a few minor issues. I love the microchannel condensers,...
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    Sounds like it's overcharged, or you may possibly...

    Sounds like it's overcharged, or you may possibly have a TXV that isn't opening all the way.
  22. I believe a backseating valve is one where you...

    I believe a backseating valve is one where you have to crank it all the open to remove your gauges (it seals the gauge port) and cracked open for readings. Someone will correct me if that's not...
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    Wow, looks like no one wants to mop this up. A...

    Wow, looks like no one wants to mop this up. A leak this bad should almost be audible with some nitrogen pressure behind it.

    Sorry to say but you may have to call around to get someone to clean...
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    You're in that weird gray area. It's expensive...

    You're in that weird gray area. It's expensive to fix, and if you fix it you have a unit that's still using R22 and can cost you more for repairs later. However, it's only 9 years old, and ...
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    We have sold both, both have their issues. Trane...

    We have sold both, both have their issues. Trane (IMO) is a little higher quality. Nicer cabinets, tougher compressors, easier to service.

    Lennox is acceptable but if money is not an issue I...
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