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    It was in the atter part of the 90's. fire hazard...

    It was in the atter part of the 90's. fire hazard as the dampers would collect grease and not close
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    They work on vacuum... When the unit is cold the...

    They work on vacuum... When the unit is cold the gauge should be in the green zone. if not you have to heat it up and the bleed the system, so it creates a vac.. if it does not then look for a leak.
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    G.E. was taken over years ago by Hobart. you...

    G.E. was taken over years ago by Hobart. you might try them for parts, but as stated: parts are hard to find...
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    If the two end ones are going out then i would...

    If the two end ones are going out then i would think it is a walk by draft issue and then you may have to install a shield to stop the drafting.
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    Hi, Im Daryl, if live in Regina SK Canada. I am a...

    Hi, Im Daryl, if live in Regina SK Canada. I am a 4th year refrigeration tech. and will be going to school in march to get my red seal. I have been in this industry (HVACR)for 20 plus yrs. I have...
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    Does this unit have a regulator on it?? If so...

    Does this unit have a regulator on it?? If so check the vent cap. 9 out of 10 times the cap gets plugged from grease and causes lack of air.Remove cap and watch pilot flame. It will be stable when...
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    Is this a new concern with this piece of...

    Is this a new concern with this piece of equipment?? Has there been any thing changed on the line?? The reason the pilots stay on at night is because the exhaust fans and make up air(if any) is off...
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    Sounds like the t-stat and the LP Control are...

    Sounds like the t-stat and the LP Control are working against each other.
    Use the t-stat to control box temp and set LP Control as a safety.
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    they did that to us as well. they cut back our...

    they did that to us as well. they cut back our discount,because we are doing there work at a better rate.
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    try this site. Gives all the parts break downs of...

    try this site. Gives all the parts break downs of there equipment
    http://www.hobartlink.com/extranet/myhobartlinkcasual.nsf/main2?openform
    then click on parts cat.
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    remove the planetary and press it out. That is...

    remove the planetary and press it out. That is the only way that worked for me. remove the oil in the planetary first. reinstall and add new oil.it takes about 6 oz.
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    I found this link on R-22 verses 410A ...

    I found this link on R-22 verses 410A
    www.410a.com
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    Here is the site we use for concerns with Hobart...

    Here is the site we use for concerns with Hobart equipment

    http://www.hobartservice.com/support/
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    One thing i haved learned when i do diagnostics...

    One thing i haved learned when i do diagnostics on all the equipment that i work on and even the new ones that i have not: Sequence of operation and most important:Power in ,Equals Power Out.(if...
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    Try this site:http://www.wilburcurtis.com/

    Try this site:http://www.wilburcurtis.com/
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    Regina SK,Canada 4th year apprentice and approx....

    Regina SK,Canada
    4th year apprentice and approx. 17 years in the commerical kitchen equipment service and installations. I have my refrigeration operators and refrigeration engineer papers and just...
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    The more i read your thread ; it maybe moisture...

    The more i read your thread ; it maybe moisture IF is has a air pressure switch.(and was calling for heat) moisture may had condensated into the air pressure switch and this causing the unit to lock...
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    Sorry but what state was it in. Was it calling...

    Sorry but what state was it in. Was it calling for heat or cooling when it failed?
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    Hi I found that the duke cap tube style t-stat's...

    Hi I found that the duke cap tube style t-stat's are to expensive to replace. I recommend the infinite heat switch from robertshaw. part# 6500-25 (120 volt) or 6500-208 (208/240 volt) very eazy to...
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