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  1. #24727
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    Quote Originally Posted by fcs View Post
    Try to bring you up to date about last Tuesday. Most everything Buddy said on the trip sheet was wrong , Tech trip sheet (hand writing was worst then mine.

    It read head 122
    Suction 35
    SH 40
    SC 0 or o with a slash through it.

    in short leak in at the suction line near the Condenser. Easy Fix
    took maybe 3 hours.

    started out at 71 OA attic was 75 then got to 84 OA was 82 when done. Kid was tolat Tool Mule for me.
    Left me dead and in myasthenia gravis distress on and off for 2 days,
    Way to go Bret......and Andy...
    Take is easy in the heat Bret.....
    I almost passed out yesterday pouring 13 meters of concrete in the ocean with the heat with no food or water.....dumb a$$ Canuck...
    "The quality you deserve is not expensive---it's priceless"

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    Darn, I still can't tell what this is except it looks like it has a couple of BNC connectors for a coax cable on the bottom.


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    You might be a redneck if you haven't cleaned your oven in 5 years?






  4. #24730
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    Enjoy the books Bret.. Once you get back to the grind, there won't be any time to read Speaking of which I should engage in some recreational reading. You know you're going cuckoo if you're reading the codes in your spare time

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    Quote Originally Posted by exreo View Post
    Darn, I still can't tell what this is except it looks like it has a couple of BNC connectors for a coax cable on the bottom.

    It's the very first Digital Refrigeration System Analyzer in the world....built 25 years ago in a garage on Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada by that dumb a$$ Lockhart!!!!!!
    It still works too....
    "The quality you deserve is not expensive---it's priceless"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Lockhart View Post
    It's the very first Digital Refrigeration System Analyzer in the world....built 25 years ago in a garage on Vancouver Island, B.C. Canada by that dumb a$$ Lockhart!!!!!!
    It still works too....
    Thanks for the explanation. So, did you become a millionaire? I know it takes a lot of money to live in/around Vancouver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by exreo View Post
    Thanks for the explanation. So, did you become a millionaire? I know it takes a lot of money to live in/around Vancouver.
    Wellllllll.....I've been developing DRSAs and working very long hours for DC for 11 years with $1.8M to date invested in DC with a trip every year to the AHR show taken out of DC.....THAT'S IT......Brenda and I have never been able to take a wage from it.
    And I live on Vancouver Island, not Vancouver...BIG difference....but everyone annoys us and 'calls us 'Vancouverites'.....

    So the short answer is no and my accountant says every friggin year, I hope your vision is true and I hope your DC customers appreciate this product because it is probably about the poorest investment I would advise you ever continue doing....you are quite frankly crazy Doug and Brenda...dump it.
    My HVAC/R company underwrites the DC product!
    "The quality you deserve is not expensive---it's priceless"

  8. #24734
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    Good morning Bret and everyone!

    I'm heading out into the heat to clean coils today.
    [Avatar photo from a Florida training accident. Everyone walked away.]
    2 Tim 3:16-17

    RSES CMS, HVAC Electrical Specialist

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  9. #24735
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    'Mornin' Bret and everyone. Have a blast Art Yardwork day here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doug Lockhart View Post
    Way to go Bret......and Andy...
    Take is easy in the heat Bret.....
    I almost passed out yesterday pouring 13 meters of concrete in the ocean with the heat with no food or water.....dumb a$$ Canuck...
    How"s that going are you close to done,
    If you help others then you are a Success

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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Excellent books.

    My oldest is into the second one.
    We're on the 3rd book all 3 are great
    If you help others then you are a Success

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    was out in the heat fur about 15 mins today straight today (100 F) dam near went down for the count but made it back to the house stumbling BUT NO FALLING.

    The AC in the garage by far undersized but for $15 bucks it good and can keep it around 77ish on these 100* days. and allow me to be out there.
    If you help others then you are a Success

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    Quote Originally Posted by fcs View Post
    We're on the 3rd book all 3 are great
    I've seen some reports on these books/movies etc but am not sure what it's all about. More of 'Hardy Boys' (boy, now I'm dating myself eh?) type book ain't it?

    Yup all done the ocean loops for now.....got maybe another 100 ton one for a lady from San Fran that bought 5 waterfront properties and wants to heat/cool all of them plus pools and a couple of greenhouses........but she is converting a apartment block in Manhattan to condos right now so we may miss the 'legal window' for putting $hit in the ocean ..... then catch $hit 'cause from her for not doing it in the spawning season and suffering a $2M fine......go figger eh?
    "The quality you deserve is not expensive---it's priceless"

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