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    Quote Originally Posted by GT Jets View Post
    I have seen TXV failures (rare) and liquid solenoid failures do some odd stuff, but normally the software is smart enough to figure it out and spit out an alarm
    i had a Leibert 20 ton computer room system would not stop pumping down

    compressor was in a vacuum and pressure switch was working properly

    the system showed no alarm, i noticed it during a maintanance

    after a few minutes on the phone with leibert tech support

    they had me twist a small capacitor off of the control board with my needle nose pliers

    it fixxed the problem, you gotta love working on thee things!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Airmechanical View Post
    i had a Leibert 20 ton computer room system would not stop pumping down

    compressor was in a vacuum and pressure switch was working properly

    the system showed no alarm, i noticed it during a maintanance

    after a few minutes on the phone with leibert tech support

    they had me twist a small capacitor off of the control board with my needle nose pliers

    it fixxed the problem, you gotta love working on thee things!



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    I don't exactly love working on the things, but a lot of the alarms can be bypassed in the setup mode of the software.
    The main thing is to keep the main thing the main thing!

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