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    Worrying about what you don't know is a waste of...

    Worrying about what you don't know is a waste of time. Use the time to learn about whatever you are working on. Just had a big renovation in a customer grocery. It changed from 1975 to 2007...
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    I've been self employed since I put in the...

    I've been self employed since I put in the apprenticeship hours and got my journeyman's ticket in 1985. The work was for a mom/pop company and I learned a lot about a lot of different things. Butcher...
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    The ori/ord head pressure set up uses the hot gas...

    The ori/ord head pressure set up uses the hot gas from the discharge line to heat the receiver with a flooded condenser to hold the pressure long enough for the system to produce the heat. I use the...
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    Technicians do the work supervisors do the...

    Technicians do the work supervisors do the talking. My uncle is in a similar trade and he would rather work the night shift on his job because there is a lot less white hats (supervisors had to use...
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    What kind of refrigerant? How old is the unit?...

    What kind of refrigerant? How old is the unit? Did you look up the specs on the Master Bilt website? 0 deg F is frozen food temp.
  6. "It" hasn't run into a cranky old veteran yet....

    "It" hasn't run into a cranky old veteran yet. Put together a pic of the dirtiest part of the trade with the caption "Glad YOU know more than me."
  7. Water supply might be an issue. What kind of...

    Water supply might be an issue. What kind of shape is the filter in (if there is one)? Cleaning is definately an issue and ice build up could of made the noise. Is there any sediment left in the...
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    Too much common sense involved with the design...

    Too much common sense involved with the design would lower sales. Will we ever see true build to last pride again?
  9. I get to work on old passenger rail car A/Cs that...

    I get to work on old passenger rail car A/Cs that have been converted from r12 belt drive to r22 hermetic. The units work great. The biggest problem is the conductors learned where the thermostat is....
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    The high suction and low amps steers me towards...

    The high suction and low amps steers me towards bad valves.
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    Had lots of calls for bottom drawer freezer...

    Had lots of calls for bottom drawer freezer fridges all models. It just seems to be a bad luck shows up easy design. You would think the freezer on the bottom makes more sense tho. Top of the list...
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    It will be a foot in the door. Got to watch out...

    It will be a foot in the door. Got to watch out for off season layoffs?
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    How do they get rid of the water produced in the...

    How do they get rid of the water produced in the dental systems?
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    Old compressor info where to find it?

    The compressor I'm wondering about is Aspera Frigo Lic. Tecumseh
    mod AET 28
    What temperature is it designed for and what hp is it?
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    Can the compressor pull into a vacuum with...

    Can the compressor pull into a vacuum with suction valve front seated? Try closing the liquid line valve to see what happens to the pressures this will imitate llsv operation. The compressor head...
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    Is filter drier outlet warm? How fast does...

    Is filter drier outlet warm? How fast does pressures balance on shut down? If the freezer is already close to retirement age you could size the cap tube by compressor capacity with refrigerant type...
  17. Thread: on call

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    Here's an example of a max stress job. Got the...

    Here's an example of a max stress job. Got the call at 8 am from Royal Canadian Legion the beer cooler was too warm. I'm in a small town everybody knows each other etc. Got there by 11 am and there...
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    Same situation here and same age level. My Dad...

    Same situation here and same age level. My Dad was a plumber and I grew up working with him before switching to refrigeration. He had some good sayings that are never forgotten. The one I think of...
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    The retro information here is great. One thing...

    The retro information here is great. One thing I'd like to throw into the pile is the change from R22 in medium temp units. I have a lot of coolers of various sizes that will have to be changed from...
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    The old motor had 2 speed starting which kept the...

    The old motor had 2 speed starting which kept the crankshaft together. What would be a safe rpm for the compressor to run?
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    Old belt drive info

    Where can I find some performance info on an old Frigidaire belt drive compressor?
    Only #s found on comp 636370
    cwc
    ?829? ...
  22. Thread: Service manual

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    Happy Easter to everyone down there too. The...

    Happy Easter to everyone down there too. The right people skills could cure callbacks. Do you agree?
  23. Thread: Service manual

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    Sounds like a good idea to me

    Sounds like a good idea to me
  24. Proper voltage?

    Proper voltage?
  25. Thread: Service manual

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    A later reply said it was a tecumseh in a 2 door...

    A later reply said it was a tecumseh in a 2 door reach in prep table. Why are you guys so set against checking amps? I try and get as much info as possible. Had a small cooler where the problem was...
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