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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by spotts View Post
    You should already know the answer to this bub. There are no right answers without complete information. See what happened to you?"



    You have the ol "did the job before I looked at the system" alligator bite you on the ass enough times, you will learn the value of complete info every time.
    Oh so you look at the model and serial of every unit and make sure it matches every time you work on an ac unit? Rriigghhtt. Incomplete info? What are you talking about? I stated that the unit was so old, and the tonnage of the units and what the symptom was. What else was there to say based on my question. You guys are only looking for problems.

    Oh and by the way... how in the heck would a home owner know what delta t,
    And superheat are? I have been in the field for 9 years, and hold an s- 2. U guys are drama queens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bora 18t View Post
    Oh so you look at the model and serial of every unit and make sure it matches every time you work on an ac unit? Rriigghhtt. Incomplete info? What are you talking about? I stated that the unit was so old, and the tonnage of the units and what the symptom was. What else was there to say based on my question. You guys are only looking for problems.

    Oh and by the way... how in the heck would a home owner know what delta t,
    And superheat are? I have been in the field for 9 years, and hold an s- 2. U guys are drama queens.
    Believe it or not, some people do make sure of what they're working on.
    You might too, in time.
    We have to think you're a home owner, by the rudimentary questions you're asking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the dangling wrangler View Post
    U should be the last person to talk. I can also think your a 15 years old by your posts. No.... you must be 15.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bora 18t View Post
    Oh so you look at the model and serial of every unit and make sure it matches every time you work on an ac unit? .

    yes. Next question.



    [specially if I was changing a compressor..... jeeze, thats a rookie mistake..... sumpthing made the other one go out!]
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    Quote Originally Posted by bora 18t View Post
    U should be the last person to talk. I can also think your a 15 years old by your posts. No.... you must be 15.
    I guess you told me.
    Last edited by beenthere; 07-03-2010 at 02:36 PM. Reason: Inappropriate comment in image

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    I like these humorous threads.

    How would a home owner know what delta T is? Many by reading on this forum.
    Same as for SH, SC, Approach, CTOA, DB, WD, DP, ESP, TESP, Th, and a several other abreviations.
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    Bora.

    It helps if you fill out your profile.

    Get your post count up to 15 and apply for pro membership. Once accepted, you'll have access to the pro forums. Where we sometimes talk at great lengths about these types of things. And sometimes, we even talk about technical things in the technical forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spotts View Post
    yes. Next question.



    [specially if I was changing a compressor..... jeeze, thats a rookie mistake..... sumpthing made the other one go out!]
    Ur full of it. Easy for you to say. Oh and by the way the compressor wasn't dead. If u read my first post carefully you would see that I said the maint guy wanted to change it just because. So there was no reason to investigate. Worked fine. I even tested the oil for hahas. Hail to SPOTTS! The almighty refrigerant sniffer

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    Hey Jack, you deal with this guy. I think I've met my match with him.
    Compressor working fine, replace it. That's the ticket.

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    I'm trolled out too.....
    My doctor gave me six months to live, but when I couldn't pay the bill he gave me six months more.
    Walter Matthau

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    Everyone knows that all you need to do is adjust the subheat reading to make it work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by the dangling wrangler View Post
    Hey Jack, you deal with this guy. I think I've met my match with him.
    Compressor working fine, replace it. That's the ticket.
    I'll give you the maint. Guys number so you can tell him that. I do what I'm told. As long as it means keeping my job. And by all means if the guy wants to spend money on something like that so be it. I don't care about the compressor good, bad, a waste, or not. All I was looking for was the symptoms that I would see. So why are u crying about the rest of the job? I would love to see what kinda hack jobs you guys have installed and or sold. Quick to try and point out mistakes of others but not your own. Easy to hide behind your keyboard.
    Last edited by Stamas; 07-03-2010 at 03:27 PM. Reason: Easy

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