Type: Posts; User: Damien
Keep going, I'm sure you'll get it!
That's what she said...
Not for long
Mozilla Firefox, I believe it will also transfer settings over from IE.
You should check if you have any warranty still.
If you do nothing at all, atleast label the damn things!
I wouldn't worry about it unless customer brings it up. Personally I wouldn't even charge for the refrigerant but I would charge for the...
All he needs now is OSHA to drive by.
This reminds me of one I saw...414381
Now that would be a little freaky to climb
Sounds like he may have finally changed enough parts to fix the problem.
Sounds like its broke!
I know a guy who factory charged a 410 system with 22. Soon as the compressor fired up it broke just as quickly!
Carrier tech said the 2 just don't mix.
Some things that are need to know for diagnoses; airflow, pressures, superheat, subcool, indoor air temp/wet bulb return and supply temps, outdoor temp, Model # indoor/outdoor unit, Is the humidifier...
Depends on the size of the system. If you can't find it with nitro, you sure as hell won't find it in a vacuum.
I agree a loss of vacuum would surely indicate a leak somewhere but I don't rely on...
Once I pull it well below 500 I blank off the pump for several minutes. I do that a couple times during the process also.
But Vacuums are not really for leak checks. If you're unsure and waiting to...
It would be interesting to know what you're gonna pay to have it installed.
Last place I worked we would install "your" equipment, sure but just for a little less than it would have cost for...
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Support the tradesmen who have built this country and keep...
He's already been told every thing to check. It's gone way to far in open forum.
You got it.
So rethink your statement about R/G showing 0v
What he said.
We like the ICM around my shop.
Even pressures, less wear and tear on equipment.
Not exactly sure about your furnace but I have seen a few 2-stage Goodmans not running 2-stage.
There is a dip switch setting on the board that needs to be changed.
Welcome to the club!
Seabolt, you're not very good at the whole Q and A thing here on the forum. I've noticed on your other topics also.
Did you fix your problem?!
I haven't had one pop off on me either but I've seen what they can do to a nut driver shaft. Not pretty!
Whoa, settle down pal. I'm the only one who has replied and I was not rude. I gave you a hint. (which was probably breaking the rules) If you do what you say you do, this problem shouldn't be a big...
Not much DIY help can be given on this site, especially when involving electricity.
There may be a wire diagram on the inside of your furnace cover. Give it some more thought.