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    No. But I want to understand it as much as I can.

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    O.K ned said nothing good he knows more than anybody... Well as it comes to sight glasses. the nube came and ask a question and you disset him shame on you...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzw View Post
    No. But I want to understand it as much as I can.
    In the immortal words of Big Tom Callahan, from Tommy Boy:

    You can get a good look at a T-Bone steak by sticking your head up a bull's a**.....but wouldn't you rather take your butcher's word for it?

    Talk to your tech if you have questions.

    Or go to school and learn the trade.

    To "learn as much as I can" becomes an equipment owner that knows just enough to get himself into trouble...seen it way too many times. Leave it to the experts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jzw View Post
    No. But I want to understand it as much as I can.
    According to the site rules, we do not supply technical info to non- professionals, diy-ers, or equipment owners.
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    Lightbulb

    Quote Originally Posted by bunny View Post
    In the immortal words of Big Tom Callahan, from Tommy Boy:

    You can get a good look at a T-Bone steak by sticking your head up a bull's a**.....but wouldn't you rather take your butcher's word for it?

    Talk to your tech if you have questions.

    Or go to school and learn the trade.

    To "learn as much as I can" becomes an equipment owner that knows just enough to get himself into trouble...seen it way too many times. Leave it to the experts.
    Excellent!

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    Can we all avoid posting in six year old threads?
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    The construction of the indicator is Litmus Paper.

    It is also used for other Tests in the HVACR Field.

    https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Litmus
    The primary function of the design engineer is to make things difficult for the fabricator and impossible for the serviceman.

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    If you overheat it when installing, the color is dark brown. I figured it out on my own

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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Can we all avoid posting in six year old threads?
    OK,tb. See the new thread.

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