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  1. #27
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    Nice. I’m in St.Pete. I work in Tampa quit a bit though

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    Its a small world after all...


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    Quote Originally Posted by coharra88 View Post
    Core-d
    That’s all I was able to grasp on arrival. The charge was completely gone from them not tightening the flare nuts. But I was the craziest thing. The oil from my pump started smelling like liquor as I was changing the oil on my vacuum pump. 5 times I had to change it and purge with nitrogen before I could reach below 500 microns and hold. I could swear they poured something they weren’t supposed to in the lineset. Or they got water in there. Something! I know for a fact that didn’t pull vaccumm on start up. Just wired her up and fired her up. These were the Samsung cassette 360. Pretty cool units.
    The smell is prolly acid. Did you do an acid test?

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    Just ordered that regulator tired of trying to get the low flow through the bigger one I feel I spend half the time trying to get that right.

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    I did not do an acid test. But I’m wishing I did now that you say that it sounds possible. I didn’t know that it would have a distinct smell like that. I didn’t smell like a burn out.

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    Might have been a leak seal product.


    Quote Originally Posted by coharra88 View Post
    I did not do an acid test. But I’m wishing I did now that you say that it sounds possible. I didn’t know that it would have a distinct smell like that. I didn’t smell like a burn out.
    If you were a real tech, you'd solder a relay on that board and call it good to go.

    I do a triple evac with nitro to remove non condensables.

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    Got my trickle tool today. Excited to use it
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    Thats what happens when a company tries to go low bid with a hack company but at least you got the call after all

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    Thats what happens when a company tries to go low bid with a hack company but at least you got the call after all
    I love it when cheap customers have to pay twice it fills my heart with schadenfreude.

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    Yours and mine and my wallet as well

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