Type: Posts; User: KB Cool
I give it 3 yrs until it leaks! :grin2:
I've been hearing alot of good things about the H10! Does it work with the new HFC refrigerants like 404,410a,ect.....?
Or they were going to steal the unit and got spooked!
I just picked up the CPS LS1. It's working on HFC's! :grin2:
Your first mistake was doing it for only 15 percent of the ticket! Should have been 40 percent at least!
Did it have a honeywell fan manager? If so, you'll be back to replace it!:grin2:
Maybe a mod can move this the Refrigeration and ice making forum! But, 12 evaps on one condensor is crazy and asking for trouble! IMO! Others may not agree!
Ran across quite a few of those on delfield coolers that leak at the joint! Not replacement valves but from the factory braze job.
Never seen a muffler restricted! But, i guess anythings possible! Was there a screen it?
How does the machine shut itself off?
maybe a "loss of charge"
Yeah, what if the people don't have 5 grand laying around for a new system?
Yep, I'd have it running in 10 minutes! But, who knows! The compressor maybe locked up! Could be out of juice too! Only a contactor and cap would tell! :grin2:
Forget about sub cooling! You have a receiver, it is what it is! Clear the glass and then do the math found in the PDF posted above! Starting at Page 2!
Are you sure the glass is clear or empty because the Headmaster is backing the refrigerant into the condensor and there is none left in the receiver?
Sounds like an evap air flow problem!
I guess it'll work since the zip tie will outlast the cap. Otherwise plumber's tape would be more permanent!
That would sure P!ss me off! Freak'n idiots!
Come on! He's doing resi! After his first year he's seen 90 percent of all problems and should be able to fix most! We had a guy who had several years of experience. But, always complained he wasn't...
Why do you still consider yourself a apprentice after 2.5 yrs in the field! I don't expect you know everything in that amount of time! But, personally after my first six months in the field. I...
2 yrs of college and 2.5 yrs in the field? It seems to me you should have learned enough already and don't need any help? Maybe your boss is right! Figure it out? :grin2:
Tell the lady you can get her machine running for now by removing the seperated cross section from the plate. It'll work!
They have armaflex glue to use on stuff like that. Works great! Much better than zip ties!
When will the EPA wise up and start leveling fines on the equipment manufacturers instead! Afterall, there the ones making the equipment that leaks! Hell, in most cases they add the freon too!:grin2:
Put a little grasslin timer "module" behind the evap panel and wire the NC switch in series with the Tstat, LLS! Cost way less than a whole timer and works!