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  1. #53
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    always carry a spare set for when you leave a set at the previous job! Been there done that!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron223 View Post
    So for clarity, your purging vapor through your charging hose when you hook up, then bleeding your liquid side/charging hose back Into the suction side when your finished?
    Yep. I also tend to empty by hoses before I hang them back up in the truck. Just a thing I do. If I don't they tend to come loose and dump anyways.



    Quote Originally Posted by crstephens83 View Post
    Yeah what He said, I work on so many refrigerants. I do carry multiple sets of Gauges, But not really for different refrigerants, I have a set that I use on Prep Tables, A set for A/C work,and a set for remote refrigeration. Basically just different size Hose configurations and low loss fitting configuratons
    Multiple manifolds are almost a MUST. I have 2 sets of digicools in the truck and haven't felt undergunned in any situation.

    Quote Originally Posted by crstephens83 View Post
    always carry a spare set for when you leave a set at the previous job! Been there done that!!!!!
    With digitals starting at $300, that isn't very likely... Not saying that I haven't done it

  3. #55
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    Or when a customer say can you check my other unit as long as you are here...............

    Quote Originally Posted by crstephens83 View Post
    always carry a spare set for when you leave a set at the previous job! Been there done that!!!!!

  4. #56
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    The extra set I carry are not digitals, I wish I could afford that!!! The Sman4 I just bought is my first set of Digitals
    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Yep. I also tend to empty by hoses before I hang them back up in the truck. Just a thing I do. If I don't they tend to come loose and dump anyways.





    Multiple manifolds are almost a MUST. I have 2 sets of digicools in the truck and haven't felt undergunned in any situation.



    With digitals starting at $300, that isn't very likely... Not saying that I haven't done it

  5. #57
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    Carry spare Imperial 410 gauges with a spare lo pressure gauge for it.
    Quote Originally Posted by crstephens83 View Post
    The extra set I carry are not digitals, I wish I could afford that!!! The Sman4 I just bought is my first set of Digitals

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  7. #59
    Quote Originally Posted by crstephens83 View Post
    That is the best video on wireless I have seen so far.

    If I had a tablet I would download it just as tutorial on my FP wireless stuff.

  8. #60
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac5646 View Post
    That is the best video on wireless I have seen so far.

    If I had a tablet I would download it just as tutorial on my FP wireless stuff.
    Thanks, my editing was a little off but it's the best I can do for a refrigerant mechanic. I will be posting a video with the sman4 on the commercial side soon, I need to shoot a few more things and edit a bit.


    Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk HD

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    Quote Originally Posted by crstephens83 View Post
    Nice Video! A couple quick tips: 1) sync the ODDB to the SMAN4 first and then synce the SMAN4 to the HG3. 1) Sync the SDP2 second. This way makes things just a little smoother. Nice job and thanks for posting!

  10. #62
    Quote Originally Posted by RussellHarju View Post
    Nice Video! A couple quick tips: 1) sync the ODDB to the SMAN4 first and then synce the SMAN4 to the HG3. 1) Sync the SDP2 second. This way makes things just a little smoother. Nice job and thanks for posting!
    Does he get the cool stuff you promised, Russ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RussellHarju View Post
    Nice Video! A couple quick tips: 1) sync the ODDB to the SMAN4 first and then synce the SMAN4 to the HG3. 1) Sync the SDP2 second. This way makes things just a little smoother. Nice job and thanks for posting!
    Does he get the cool stuff you promised, Russ?

  12. #64
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac5646 View Post
    Does he get the cool stuff you promised, Russ?
    Unfortunately we had a winner already. But he get's on good list for sure...

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    Quote Originally Posted by RussellHarju View Post
    Unfortunately we had a winner already. But he get's on good list for sure...
    Give us some feed back on the SVG 3 will 'ya?

    No body is talking. Isit going to be wireless????

    C'mon...throw us FP aficionados and mavens a bone here, Russ.

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