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    The Access T would the best fix for now. I use...

    The Access T would the best fix for now. I use the blue rod on all rotor lock fittings and different metal joint except alum.. It works great on steel or brass.
  2. Thread: Goodman a/c

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    Robo, You've got this one no information no help.

    Robo,
    You've got this one no information no help.
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    We use them on both. Supply and return. Most of...

    We use them on both. Supply and return.
    Most of the leaks we see on this type of system is on start up again after the heating season starts. Expansion and contraction of unions. Dielectric's have...
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    Man get real. 24 years old that system has seen...

    Man get real. 24 years old that system has seen its better days. I agree the attic thing sucks. That drain would stop up and knock out the ceiling if I installed another unit on a 24 year old AH. Can...
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    Does the system have dielectric unions on the the...

    Does the system have dielectric unions on the the water connections?
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    Purging on new systems? Seems like most equipment...

    Purging on new systems? Seems like most equipment manf. install guides several year ago told you to purge the lines on systems and start the new system up. How things have change now due to EPA...
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    You may have a 10 seer evaporator on that furnace...

    You may have a 10 seer evaporator on that furnace if it been 3 years since it was replaced. All tax incentive units seem to be at best 16+ seer units. You may also be shocked at what the difference...
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    That looks like a Government or State job. Lowest...

    That looks like a Government or State job. Lowest bidder.
  9. Thread: HVAC interview

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    Last guy I interviewed said he had just came from...

    Last guy I interviewed said he had just came from a job interview with a State employer that asked stupid questions like " What color is coil cleaner" he said that the guy was serious and that after...
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    That's looks like an old Heil, Sears or whirpool...

    That's looks like an old Heil, Sears or whirpool high static package unit.
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    Here the unions do not want the guys to have a...

    Here the unions do not want the guys to have a contractors license because it is competion. It is strange that the state license is a must and is seen as a journeyman card it seems. A journeyman HVAC...
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    The question here is why do you have to wait for...

    The question here is why do you have to wait for the original install to tell you the chamber is bad. It would seem that if the person or friend you have installing the new AC unit should also be...
  13. Thread: goodman vs rheem

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    RHEEM!! RHEEM!!! Everybody knows what I think...

    RHEEM!! RHEEM!!! Everybody knows what I think about that other brand. But it really does depend on the installer. Look for other brands also if you can. Get which one you think is best for your...
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    Robert, bite the bullet and put in a match...

    Robert,
    bite the bullet and put in a match system. It should make your life much simpler as far as heating and air problems.
    You want it to be dependable correct? Just go ahead.
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    Philip, We us them all the time however there...

    Philip,
    We us them all the time however there may be a building code in you area that restricts it. Call the local county building inspector.
  16. Ruud/Rheem Very reliable in the field. We've had...

    Ruud/Rheem Very reliable in the field. We've had very few failures on the new equipment.
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    If your compressor is above the evaporator unit...

    If your compressor is above the evaporator unit it had better be trapped or you'll be SOL running that strip heat all the time just to try to stay warm. Pipe chases are hell to get in those traps in.
  18. Thread: Wye or Tee

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    doc hvac hit the nail on the head. Ask a engineer...

    doc hvac hit the nail on the head. Ask a engineer what static pressure is. Your system should be fine.
  19. If the man showed him a hole in the furnace. We...

    If the man showed him a hole in the furnace. We use the Flute Co220 and it works great in the home area and when even held over a vent. Flute rep showed us that trick. This meter is extreamly...
  20. I agree you need a second opion. Never seen any...

    I agree you need a second opion. Never seen any pin hole crack. Did he do a co test at the registers?
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    The unit sounds like it is to big for the house....

    The unit sounds like it is to big for the house. Either the unit is pulling in humidity from the attic space or it really just sounds like the unit is to large. It isn't running long enough to remove...
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    I agree with hillbilly here. If that unit has a...

    I agree with hillbilly here. If that unit has a pump dn cycle that solenoid sounds like it is leaking by short cycling the compressor.
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    Does anyone know if sure temp is still in...

    Does anyone know if sure temp is still in business?
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    Your giving it more BTUs at -10 than I would. I...

    Your giving it more BTUs at -10 than I would. I agree a new unit. I didn't check that new evap. rating either. And yes for that MP66. Very stable refrigerant it seems.
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    That condensing unit used R12 I think. If so...

    That condensing unit used R12 I think. If so R409a is correct R408 was mainly used for R502 replacements. I have used 409 with very little trouble on mineral and AB oils.
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