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  1. #14
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    In my defense, I've never seen a Heil before. I do commercial RTUs mostly.
    Nemo me impune lacessit.

    How much blood do I have to bathe in to get clean?

    Don't look down on anyone unless you're helping them up.

  2. #15
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    Heil's are poo. Bottom of the line.

  3. #16
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    Why wouldn't they let you see the indoor units? Are they trying to hide the fact that some "uncertified" repairman might be working on these? See that scenerio all the time in Philly.

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    Don't know. Probably the "repairman" issue. But honestly I don't much care. Dealing with the tight-fisted towelheads that own most of the hotels around here gets very tiring.

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    The condenser coils look to be plugged up with lint. Best I can tell from
    the picture.

    Also overcharged...

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    Quote Originally Posted by edward301 View Post
    The condenser coils look to be plugged up with lint. Best I can tell from
    the picture.

    Also overcharged...
    if you guys are looking at the pic of his gauges, you are looking at the register grill on the mech room door What was temp reading on the suction line, looks like an overcharge to me. did you hit em with water to see what the head did? Is the condenser fan spinning the right direction, fan blade set at the right height?
    You can't fix stupid

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    Quote Originally Posted by Punky View Post
    There are 4 commercial dryers venting there all the time. Vent temp is about 400*. I burnt myself on the liquid line - 140*. They wouldn't let me have access to the indoor coil and filter. But it's probably not exactly clean.
    With a 450 lb head and that temp line. Hitthose coils with cleaner and watch the junk pour out. They are plugged with lint. (prob othe company rinseing with water only year after year)
    The first man gets the pearl, All the second gets is the shell

  8. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by aruddick View Post
    With a 450 lb head and that temp line. Hitthose coils with cleaner and watch the junk pour out. They are plugged with lint. (prob othe company rinseing with water only year after year)
    We use the Nu-Calgon green indoors and the foaming blue for outdoors. Assuming we go back (read - get paid) both units will get the full clean and check.

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