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  1. #14
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    Was that really Paysons?

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    Does anyone else use nitrogen when DE-brazing ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillerout1 View Post
    didnt he pour water down the joints before brazing them?
    Yea, I saw that too LOL. Bet they didn't put a suction drier in it either.
    Why all these defective reversing valves anyway, I've had like 3 in 20 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    You don't find it a problem ....this moron flinging burning oil and doing Bevis and Butthead impressions.

    LOL!!!! ThIS POST IS FUNNIER THAN THE VIDEO !!!

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    When I did come across the bad reversing valves they were on residential systems, I refused to replace them and sold new units. Roof tops are a different story and changing them are a PITA I'm sure. But in truth, we all know that the system is screwed and these valves are temporary fixes until future problems come down the path. I still HATE how the manufactures refuse to make service easier by designing them with COMMON SENSE !

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    OMFG. Nothin' funny about this...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich View Post
    When I did come across the bad reversing valves they were on residential systems, I refused to replace them and sold new units. Roof tops are a different story and changing them are a PITA I'm sure. But in truth, we all know that the system is screwed and these valves are temporary fixes until future problems come down the path. I still HATE how the manufactures refuse to make service easier by designing them with COMMON SENSE !

    Do you see the rat's nest that trane calls a distributor on the outdoor coil? These POS's were doomed when they left the factory!!!

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