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  1. #27
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    lol!!!!!!!

    what ever you do, do not speak ill of engineers!


    Quote Originally Posted by heavymetaldad View Post
    hey st (weed)
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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    Hey Turbo,
    I'd like to see what info you have too if you don't mind. Emails in my profile.
    Thanks.

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    Is it a large file? im not sure why it wouldn't go through, no worries.

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    Does a CVHF like 65 deg tower water????? Maybe It's just growling at you a little bit!
    I know the guy who know's the "Chiller Whisperer"

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    Could the problem be CVH(F). Generally speaking some of the earlier versions of this machine that we have were plaqued with leak problems. The newer version seem to have ironed out the problem. The problems as I saw it were excessive vibrations at low loads and flanges that were bolted way to light weight for their size. Then with excessive leaks came lots of run time on the purge units causing purge break downs to increase. Of coarse there a many reasons for surge, I'm just taking my shot at the F model cause I needed to vent. Not my favorite machine. Not as dependable as they needed to be.

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    What would be an example of your favorite machine?

    Just want to know for comparison sake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by triggerhappy View Post
    What would be an example of your favorite machine?

    Just want to know for comparison sake.
    an r-11 or 114 19c or cb
    Last edited by heavymetaldad; 04-17-2009 at 07:19 PM. Reason: error

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    They sure do last.

    We still have one c under contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DITAW View Post
    Is it a large file? im not sure why it wouldn't go through, no worries.
    It's less than a Meg, I'll try it again and see.

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    Ditaw, sent it again, looks like it went through this time. BTW the pic in your profile brings back recent memories.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harv View Post
    Could the problem be CVH(F). Generally speaking some of the earlier versions of this machine that we have were plaqued with leak problems. The newer version seem to have ironed out the problem. The problems as I saw it were excessive vibrations at low loads and flanges that were bolted way to light weight for their size. Then with excessive leaks came lots of run time on the purge units causing purge break downs to increase. Of coarse there a many reasons for surge, I'm just taking my shot at the F model cause I needed to vent. Not my favorite machine. Not as dependable as they needed to be.
    Really the only issue I ever had with an F was condensation getting into the oil pump motor terminal box and blowing up the relay and also the leads melting off the oil heater both easy fixes and pretty minor imo

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    WITH TOWER WATER THAT COLD ITS POSSIBLY A LOW SIDE SURGE . RAISE UP THE TOWER WATER TEMP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mustardman View Post
    Really the only issue I ever had with an F was condensation getting into the oil pump motor terminal box and blowing up the relay and also the leads melting off the oil heater both easy fixes and pretty minor imo
    I've never had too much of an issue w/ them either, I have experienced the exact same problems that you speak of.
    Sic Semper Tyrannis.

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