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    RPM'S

    HOW DO YOU CHECK THE CONDENSER FAN RPM'S?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUJU0352003 View Post
    HOW DO YOU CHECK THE CONDENSER FAN RPM'S?
    A tachometer?

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    Question

    thanks did you see my other questions

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    Im sure there is a "fan law" type of calculation that lets you calculate pitch, surface are and amp draw, but "fan laws" are rather technical. Why you need to check rpm?

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    SORRY
    Last edited by JUJU0352003; 06-28-2009 at 10:24 PM. Reason: REMOVING DUE TO GOING TO DIY SITE TO GET THE ANSWER THANKS FOR THE HELP SO FAR

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    Last edited by JUJU0352003; 06-28-2009 at 10:24 PM. Reason: REMVOVING DUE TO GOING TO DIY SELF SITE FOR ANSWER

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    Cool

    thanks for your help...

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    What I'd like to know is: are you going to the Convention? There will probably be a seminar about (aboot) how many RPM's it takes to open a LaBatt's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JUJU0352003 View Post
    thanks for your help...
    As was already mentioned in one of your other in a flood of postings, this is not a DIY site. There are many reasons for that.

    Simple answer.

    You need someone who understands the system and can properly diagnose it.

    Or you can keep guessing. You MIGHT get it right, but it will probably cost you a hell of a lot more money than fixing it once.

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