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  1. And Bobbycold, thanks for the advice. Never...

    And Bobbycold, thanks for the advice. Never thought of the shorter hoses on smaller systems. Makes total sense
  2. So, what you're saying is that it's possible to...

    So, what you're saying is that it's possible to check super heat at evaporator, obviously. But, checking it after the accumulator is not gonna give you a necessarily accurate reading. It will vary...
  3. Well, if its there in case of liquid making it...

    Well, if its there in case of liquid making it back to compressor, I would think that the liquid boiling off could throw things off. I could be way off with this, I never deal with them on centrals
  4. Excellent. Ok, I'm going to try to soak this...

    Excellent. Ok, I'm going to try to soak this document in as much as possible. I'll get it to stick, haha. Thanks again.

    Going back to the accumulator, your evap superheat shouldn't change, but...
  5. Excellent. Ok, now I see what you're saying....

    Excellent. Ok, now I see what you're saying. Sorry for all the confusion, I'm just so used to refrigerators (critical charge) and central air, which I just charge by sub cool for Txv, and superheat...
  6. And, one other thing that you said. Just to make...

    And, one other thing that you said. Just to make sure I understood you correctly. On fan cycle control units, you still charge using the 90-30-1 chart?
  7. You know, I've read this sporland document all...

    You know, I've read this sporland document all day, and it finally clicked. You have to evacuate system completely of refrigerant before starting this process. Then, you figure out the volume of...
  8. I understand everything you're saying, I just...

    I understand everything you're saying, I just have one issue. The only way to charge by sporlans way is to first evacuate the system. Then, weigh in charge to sight glass. Then, depending on how much...
  9. Fridge can't be plugged into GFI, either...

    Fridge can't be plugged into GFI, either compressor or defrost heaters causing the trip. More than likely heaters. See it all the time
  10. Wow, small world. Poor Youngstown has gotten do...

    Wow, small world. Poor Youngstown has gotten do depressed, hoping it turns around eventually. Another question....as far as fan cycle controls, im assuming to charge these properly, you have to keep...
  11. Thank you! This site is amazing. I know ill need...

    Thank you! This site is amazing. I know ill need a refresher on oil furnaces eventually, so this will definetely come in handy haha
  12. Wow, i can't believe i've never seen this...

    Wow, i can't believe i've never seen this information before. thank you thank you! And as far as the packaged AC, and split system AC, that is charged the same way as done in a residential setting i...
  13. Nice! Stupid question, but is charging by that...

    Nice!

    Stupid question, but is charging by that method done by evacuating the system and weighing it in? Or can you start charging based on that with refrigerant already present in the system
    ...
  14. Residential HVAC/Residential Refrigeration Tech going to Light Commercial

    Hello!

    I am currently in the process of switching jobs doing Res HVAC/R to doing light commercial. Mainly Walkin Coolers, Freezers, Ice machines. All the work will be done in gas stations. The...
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