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    Toptech - Seems that P3 of the second to last...

    Toptech - Seems that P3 of the second to last bulletin you posted did not come through. This is very good stuff though.
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    Carrier's last absorber guru (Rich) is no longer...

    Carrier's last absorber guru (Rich) is no longer there.
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    Not a Standard JB

    Hint to would be responders: Contoller on the front of the panel is a UDC 3300, and panel has many more lights and relays than a North American built electric control JB.
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    Intelligent and frightening essay itsme!

    Intelligent and frightening essay itsme!
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    Slavakian built 16JB

    Anyone know where I can acquire a wiring diagram for a Slavakian built 16JB054? Have control panel issues and no diagram to be found.
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    Not much detail here, so this is a shot in the...

    Not much detail here, so this is a shot in the dark - got matched software?
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    Of course you're right about technological...

    Of course you're right about technological improvements. Needed to vent.
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    How 'bout tracking samples submitted?

    Technology is great! Look around and see what it's done for us. The more technology we get the harder it gets to accomplish anything. Cashiers can't make change during power outages. You can't...
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    YOU gotta leak test!

    99% chance your problem is one of two. Your pump crapped out or you got a leak. No where is it written that a newleak can't occur within seconds of a contractor fleeing the jobsite.
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    21 chillers employing HCFC-22?

    21 chillers employing HCFC-22?
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    Calling the GX a POS is being too kind. The HX's...

    Calling the GX a POS is being too kind. The HX's on the other hand are not bad and I would venture to say the water cooled version is actually good. Compressors are the same on all 3 versions, but...
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    The YT was and is a great chiller, just the purge...

    The YT was and is a great chiller, just the purge that sucks.[/QUOTE]

    So drivewiizard, would you please define a "great chiller" for us?
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    The world's worst purge will work satisfactorly...

    The world's worst purge will work satisfactorly on a tight machine!!! Seek and destroy the leak(s)!
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    Tecogen's are few and far between. From what I...

    Tecogen's are few and far between. From what I hear maintenance on the engines is a royal pain.
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    Start up went well. Got a little tripped up by a...

    Start up went well. Got a little tripped up by a half ton tank that apparently has a broken dip tube, but the chiller showed no signs of any compressor problems.
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    Thanks 007!!

    You know how they say misery loves company. Planning to roll it over tomorrow and hoping not be miserable, but it's good to know I'm not the first to experience this. Checked today to see how...
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    York "Magnetic" Personality

    Putting the finishing touches on the rebuild of the compressor on a 650t York YKPBNBH-CVC. (Replaced bearings and shaft seal) Today while reinstalling the various oil lines I discovered that the...
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    Jayguy - Thought by now somebody would have asked...

    Jayguy - Thought by now somebody would have asked the question, not about your name, but rather your location. Got anything to do with the October 1979, British art-punk band Wire release of a...
  19. Thread: CVHE

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    Recently did a CVHE089 with a reluctant vane...

    Recently did a CVHE089 with a reluctant vane section. Fabricated a puller out of strip steel that we bent 90's on. Used 1/2" all thread inside a piece of pipe to keep the strips from drawing...
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    Sounds like you have low tower water temp on initial start. 23XL relies on cond press to return oil.
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    Got to wonder why

    DG & DM compressors are similar, but DM has that darned movable wall. Wonder if Carrier doubts compressors ability to make lift during slow acceleration.
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    Have to agree with heavymetaldad, if that is the...

    Have to agree with heavymetaldad, if that is the noise you hear and you have any sense, you run to the stop button.
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    Navair86-You'll have to keep guessing, but your...

    Navair86-You'll have to keep guessing, but your memory is pretty good. I do service absorbers. (not my first choice) In fact that's the reason the mechanical contractor I work for now hired me, so a...
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    Orick, HCFC123 chillers are low pressure, and just because they run with a negative pressure doesn't mean they don't leak - distinction is that air goes from the outside in and the only refrigerant...
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    Don't get too excited!

    Absorbers have large shares of some big city chiller populations. Most notably New York and Chicago. They are not at all common in the boonies.
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