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  1. #1
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    Oh crap I forgot my carabiner

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    I found this on a recent pm. Both compressors had ban changed and they braved the piping before they took it off.


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    Oops. That's something I would do. I usually have to flare things a few times because I forget to put the nut on.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1088 View Post
    Oops. That's something I would do. I usually have to flare things a few times because I forget to put the nut on.....
    Only after you cut the line to short.


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    why was it put on in the 1st place? to help lift it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
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    I found this on a recent pm. Both compressors had ban changed and they braved the piping before they took it off.


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    What's that comp you were working on? It looks liquid injected

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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
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    I found this on a recent pm. Both compressors had ban changed and they braved the piping before they took it off.


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    What's that comp you were working on? It looks liquid injected

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    I believe they were twined danfoos scrolls. It was a carrier RTU.


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    Couple more pics of the unit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    Only after you cut the line to short.


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    How did you know??????

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1088 View Post
    How did you know??????
    Oh just a lucky guess lol, I have had similar experiences lets say. Next time it happens think of this, when I did carpentry a guy I worked with "burned a foot" on a $2000 post in for a pool room and forgot to add the foot and cut it short. My boss was pissed lol, he said "who the fuk burns a foot on a post".


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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    I believe they were twined danfoos scrolls. It was a carrier RTU.


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    They look like copeland's Tandom scroll set up. You sure they are danfoos? Have not played with danfoos much to be honest.

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    Carrier uses Danfoss as replacements on almost all scrolls now, and they are all about 1" shorter than the originals.

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    They left them there for easy pullout on next burnout. Quick changeout.

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