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Thread: TXV not working

  1. #1
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    This is some peoples idea of a well mounted bulb!


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    What's wrong with that?.........LOL
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    was the txv hunting at all??? lol

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    Hmm

    Hunting? It probably stayed WIDE OPEN

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    Lennox ?

    May want to send Dave a pic of that.
    Be safe not fast. body parts don't grow back

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    That's called an *internally* equalizing expansion valve. Helps the compressor start easier.

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    Some people seem to think the only thing that matters is all the parts are there. I can hear it now -"See - there is the TXV (pointing). I installed it so what's the problem???"

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    Talking

    Did you check Superheat???? he he he

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