Type: Posts; User: freonrick
I would try the boiler next.
and out of that profit comes insurance, license, taxes, truck charge, office-shop, office help, I could go on.
drain the oil from the oil separator in to a clean recovery cylinder and pull the vapors out of the cylinder back into the chiller.
is this black stuff anywhere else such as return air grills, duct work? which side of the filter is it building up on, furnace side or duct side? any one know of a lab that filter can be sent to so...
this is not a diy site. if you have a tech doing the work let them get the part. then they are responsible for any warranty issues.
sounds like a diy blaming someone else on here to try to get answers.
this is not a diy site
have bandage ready
I used to replace txv with a r12 valve and charged with r12. but that was then. you could probably do 134a txv and replace oil to convert over.
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from what I hear it will be Daikin-Mcquay. We will see.
the solenoid valve plunger needs to be replaced.
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did any one check to see if the coil is feeding 100%? such as a possible clogged distributor tube. I would want to compare pressures at coil versus outdoor unit. even though it may be airflow...
I started out as a tech right after school, rode with another tech for 2 weeks and off on my own.
alot of people can not manage, you can be a good tech but not a good business man. some guys can not work unsupervised. it takes a drive 24/7. you may have what it takes but not everybody. people say...
you kids are making me feel old. I have been doing this longer than you have been alive. someday I will know it all.:callpro:
I'll take a diet coke with my doughnut.
If he still in Vaterrott, do they have a class in attitude adjustments?
If you are so great why have you not been promoted?
You still have not listed your qualifications and experience.
So you do not need to listen and do what your told?
You could have lost job...
I can see why you are not getting any where with that attitude.
What is your qualifications? Experience? Time in the field? How is your people skills? never mind on that we know already.
throwing the compressor off isn't a good idea either. I knew a guy that threw a 5 ton compressor off the back of a McDonalds and when it hit it sprayed oil all over the side of the building and...
a ladder crane works fairly good if you dont exceed the weight. but watch out for osha working that close to the edge of the roof or be sure you are tied off like they want you to.