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    Quote Originally Posted by crackertech View Post

    But there better junk.
    Meh...


    Not so sure...

    Gimme 20 year old RLs and I'll make 'em purr.

    I don't think that the new HP cases will even be standing after 20 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Meh...


    Not so sure...

    Gimme 20 year old RLs and I'll make 'em purr.

    I don't think that the new HP cases will even be standing after 20 years.

    I don't think any new case will last 20 years.And what was HP thinging going back to 120 vac on the defrost term?
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    Quote Originally Posted by crackertech View Post
    I don't think any new case will last 20 years.And what was HP thinging going back to 120 vac on the defrost term?
    They're doing some goofy stuff with defrost.

    Have you seen the individual case termination setups, yet?

    Not complicated IF you understand how defrost works, but I had an afternoon's enjoyment watching a tech from another company who DIDN'T understand try to work it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Have you seen the individual case termination setups, yet?
    you talkin about the high heat limit klixon wired to the coils of a couple relays that switch the load side of an electric defrost with the load wires and control wires with cheap push on sta-kons that are not that tight and with moving the electrical panel its easy for them to come off and this is noticed on a Friday night at 9pm when the case is iced up because there was no heater?

    you mean those ones??

    hahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeySq View Post
    you talkin about the high heat limit klixon wired to the coils of a couple relays that switch the load side of an electric defrost with the load wires and control wires with cheap push on sta-kons that are not that tight and with moving the electrical panel its easy for them to come off and this is noticed on a Friday night at 9pm when the case is iced up because there was no heater?

    you mean those ones??

    hahaha

    Yep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    They're doing some goofy stuff with defrost.

    Have you seen the individual case termination setups, yet?

    Not complicated IF you understand how defrost works, but I had an afternoon's enjoyment watching a tech from another company who DIDN'T understand try to work it out.

    Yes I have a bunch of them.
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    Normally open solenoid in the dump line for hot gas defrost.

    Then, in their eminent wisdom, they wire them wrong....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Normally open solenoid in the dump line for hot gas defrost.

    Then, in their eminent wisdom, they wire them wrong....

    So you know what I'm talking about. HP.
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    it's not that bad. start up guy should be getting that stuff tight. I actually like the set up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dowadudda View Post
    it's not that bad. start up guy should be getting that stuff tight. I actually like the set up.
    Exactly.

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    JP, bear in mind buddy, I now again work for an HP Dealer. I am just practicing my lines.

    HP is GGGRRRREAT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dowadudda View Post
    JP, bear in mind buddy, I now again work for an HP Dealer. I am just practicing my lines.

    HP is GGGRRRREAT.
    We install a ton of that stuff, too.

    I've never been told that we're an "HP dealer"

    I speak politically to the customers, but I'll speak my mind elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dowadudda View Post
    it's not that bad. start up guy should be getting that stuff tight. I actually like the set up.

    We had a start up guy wire the beldan cable to the hot side if that relay, Lot's of toasted boards that morning at start up.
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