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Thanks- Great stuff
And that was the fastest correction I have ever experienced.
Some Talk, Some Do
"keeping condensing pressures low and evaporator pressures high"
Comfort is my goal
Hmm. I am sure all of that new info will be of more help to me once I get my Pro membership
HVACR Troubleshooting by Bornriding
Just added to the Educational Forums:
Written and submitted to the EF by HVAC-Talk member bornriding, this is an excellent guide to HVACR mechanical and electrical troubleshooting.
Thanks Richard for helping the Educational Forums grow!
I want the knowledge of hvac design from your hvacr talk site but due to the complecated design of your web site after a long efforts to search the same I am unable to find the same. Hence requesting to display the headings neatly so that the beginner can find the appropriately. Only time is westing in forum rules & regulations how can we study the hvac if always displays the messege of forum rules & regulATONS. I am really tired to seee the required information.
you don't like the rules
did you bother to read them
develop your own website
It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.
can anybody help me for the knowledge gaining from this site ? coz i was trying from last 12 hrs. to grab the in4mation from this site. I want much in4mation for design for hvac but i can't find the same from this site. when i clicked the design for fan & motor, for load calculations by site directions they said that you have not authorised person to look this in4mation
Though i am a registered member of this site then why I am unable to see the in4mation from this site ? please help me out what sort of registrasion i have 2 do for taking the in4nmation please help me coz i am crazy to grab the hvac knowledgement please help me out please please
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Thirsty for Knowledge? Here's your answer !!!
I recommend going to ebay or amazon and buying yourself the latest edition of "Modern Refrigeration". It is the best place to start and it will address, if not answer, anything you want to know about HVAC/R.
Originally Posted by vaibhav choudha
Another thing you can do is join RSES (Refrigeration Service Engineers Society) they offer many classes. Finally I would locate my closest Johnstone Supply or any other HVAC supplier really and ask if they have any classes, most do, and you can attend for about $50 (food is typically served here too).
Last edited by Dad; 04-18-2012 at 06:46 PM.
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