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  1. #15458
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    Talking

    Just me sneaking in to say Hi.
    RAM Teaching Tomorrows Technicians Today.

  2. #15459
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    High, Bob. how's things?

  3. #15460
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    HEEEEEEEEEEEEYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY YOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU GRUUUUUUUUUUPPPPPPPPPPPPPYSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
    Get money, get paid.

  4. #15461
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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    what movie??????????

    we just watched
    law abiding citizen!

    we loved it!
    Nims Island
    If you help others then you are a Success

  5. #15462
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    HI Guys

    Interesting Day

    Hope everyone had a good day

    Night
    If you help others then you are a Success

  6. #15463
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    Good morning, Bret and everyone!
    [Avatar photo from a Florida training accident. Everyone walked away.]
    2 Tim 3:16-17

    RSES CMS, HVAC Electrical Specialist

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  7. #15464
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    Good morning everyone, got back from Kansas last night. My cluch went out in my
    Dodge saturday night, and I couldn't get a replacement till 2 on sunday. I finally got my transmission back in 7 sunday night. I'm so glad I'm not a mechanic if I have to drop that transmission again I'm going to sell the damn thing.

    Anyhow got a job offer in Kansas, so I plan on moving back after I find a house. I'm thinking in about a month. It will be great getting out of the city and getting back to the country. I will be take a bit of a paycut untill I get my Kansas electrical and mechanical licenses, but the cheeper cost of living will off set that. Plus my stress level and blood pressure will go down, I figure you cant put a dollar amount on that.

    Supposed to get 10" of snow tonight so things are going to really fun the next couple days. At least this time of year the temperatures are not going to be miserable. Hope everyone has a good day.

  8. #15465
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    I had a fun day today...not.

    So...much...electrical...can't...close...eyes...wi thout...seeing...wiring...diagrams.

    An instructor tasked me to figure out how a 2 speed compressor worked...draw the wiring diagram, a schematic, and write out the sequence of events.

    I did it... and lost 100 brain cells in the process.
    Get money, get paid.

  9. #15466
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayD8630 View Post
    I had a fun day today...not.

    So...much...electrical...can't...close...eyes...wi thout...seeing...wiring...diagrams.

    An instructor tasked me to figure out how a 2 speed compressor worked...draw the wiring diagram, a schematic, and write out the sequence of events.

    I did it... and lost 100 brain cells in the process.
    85% of your troubleshooting is electrical Ray.....I force my guys to eat, drink, bleed, piss wiring diagrams....try an old Lennox DMS4 multizone....11 foot long wiring diagram!!!! You need to convert at least 250 pictorials to ladders and verify their integrity....
    "The quality you deserve is not expensive---it's priceless"

  10. #15467
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    My instructor feels the same way. Says by now we should be able to draw the wiring diagram for the four basic types of electric motors (PSC, CSCR, CSIR, RSIR).

    Pretty easy I think...draw L1 or H, do your C, S, and R. Draw a little relay off of run and link it to start. Insert your capacitors if you have to.
    Get money, get paid.

  11. #15468
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayD8630 View Post
    My instructor feels the same way. Says by now we should be able to draw the wiring diagram for the four basic types of electric motors (PSC, CSCR, CSIR, RSIR).

    Pretty easy I think...draw L1 or H, do your C, S, and R. Draw a little relay off of run and link it to start. Insert your capacitors if you have to.
    Wait till you get to compensator, auto-compensator, Y/Delta, Part Winding and then get a 12 lead motor with no markings that you have to 'phase out' and hook up the Y/Delta then fire it up.... You gotta be REAL careful you don't let the factory smoke out of the windings.....'cause it just about impossible to get back in!!!!
    Frankie and HM could probably tell you a story or two about that.....
    "The quality you deserve is not expensive---it's priceless"

  12. #15469
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayD8630 View Post
    My instructor feels the same way. Says by now we should be able to draw the wiring diagram for the four basic types of electric motors (PSC, CSCR, CSIR, RSIR).

    Pretty easy I think...draw L1 or H, do your C, S, and R. Draw a little relay off of run and link it to start. Insert your capacitors if you have to.
    Sounds as if you have a wise instructor.

    Keep him.

  13. #15470
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    Quote Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm View Post
    Sounds as if you have a wise instructor.

    Keep him.
    Haha well he does have 50 years in the trade. Taught me everything I know electrically. From what a valence electron is right up to the Copeland 156 rule.
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