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    Did the bulb have good positive contact on the...

    Did the bulb have good positive contact on the suction line? Was it insulated? Where on the suction line was it located? Is it an adjustable style txv? I've come across a couple txvs that have been...
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    Why would you want to use a nest stat?

    Why would you want to use a nest stat?
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    Hi der im new. I just bought new dewalt...

    Hi der im new. I just bought new dewalt compressor, how do I make it cool my room? I have a new fan I can use, its one of those tower fans from staples. Is DAT all I need to make cooling tower?
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    Wow thats some golden advice, I will keep an eye...

    Wow thats some golden advice, I will keep an eye out for that from now on.

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    Lol "mayonaise" Sent from my HTC One S using...

    Lol "mayonaise"

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    I thought the resistor was to discharge the cap...

    I thought the resistor was to discharge the cap on off cycle if the cap wasn't able to discharge through a motor winding?

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    Is your charge checker calibrated for the colour...

    Is your charge checker calibrated for the colour of your hoses? If not, you might need to bring it to a paint store and change your hose colour.


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    It depends on the color of your hose. Are you...

    It depends on the color of your hose. Are you using red and blue hoses, because that changes the refrigerant.

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    I always say record.

    I always say record.
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    There is one using r11 and another using r12 at...

    There is one using r11 and another using r12 at my school. I'll grab a video next time.

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    Its the intermolecular forces that are overcome...

    Its the intermolecular forces that are overcome during boiling, not molecular bonds. I.e hydrogen bonding between the dipoles of water molecules, as well as dipole dipole and vanderwaal forces. I.e...
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    I believe this is how the FLASC (flash gas...

    I believe this is how the FLASC (flash gas subcooler) works on a carrier 19xr, rigt before the linear float valve.

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    Have you tried plugging it in? Sent from my...

    Have you tried plugging it in?

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  14. One of the reasons I prefer working commercial. I...

    One of the reasons I prefer working commercial. I get an hourly rate whether or not the customer buys what I'm selling.

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    I don't know. How hard does it pull in? Does the...

    I don't know. How hard does it pull in? Does the contactor shake the building when it lets go? Is your charge positive or negative? Could it be the flibbermagibber that is going wrong?

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    Hey Nick, If you want help with something, and...

    Hey Nick,
    If you want help with something, and it doesn't relate to the thread you are reading, then its a good idea to post a new thread. It's pretty easy, you just have to goto the forum page...
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    I don't know! What's with all the people asking...

    I don't know! What's with all the people asking completely OT questions?

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  18. What is all this chat about Nicks Handyman? I...

    What is all this chat about Nicks Handyman? I couldn't find much on poolfxr
  19. My eyes bugged out when I saw that. That's a heck...

    My eyes bugged out when I saw that. That's a heck of a markup.
  20. Water source heat pump cycling between heat and cool (interesting situation)

    Showed up to a no cooling service call in a commercial building today, and came across something interesting that you guys might get a kick out of.

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    Unit: Climate Master Water Source...
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    You can tell when people joined by looking at the...

    You can tell when people joined by looking at the join date proudly displayed to the right of their name after each post they make. Underneath also shows how many posts they've made. Glad I could be...
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    Hey lclemons, Welcome to the forum, I like...

    Hey lclemons,
    Welcome to the forum, I like seeing new faces :) I bet if you were to start a new thread outlining your question you'd get a lot more help. It's pretty easy to make a new thread. Just...
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    Are there RTU's with a 15F split? Most of the...

    Are there RTU's with a 15F split? Most of the units I see with a 15F split are heat-pumps.
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    Don't stick your gauges on unless there is a...

    Don't stick your gauges on unless there is a mechanical problem. You should be able to get a 20F to 25F delta T between your return air and supply air. If your space temp return is 75F, you should be...
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    This is really important. It's easy to introduce...

    This is really important. It's easy to introduce a bit of air into a system if you aren't being careful. Not to mention every time you put gauges on, you lose a bit of gas. It doesn't take many times...
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