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  1. #53
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    The edges of the impeller blades look worn indicating liquid impingment. It looks like the metal was worn off the blades and deposited on the outer ring of the impeller. Were the impeller and labyrinth seal fused together on the impeller nose? They look fairly clean. What was actually locking it up, bearings or fused metal? The nut looks factory. If you need an Imp, seals, bearings, (maybe motor overhaul)etc on a 30 yr old machine it may be time to move up to something newer
    Camera comes in handy, huh?

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    I have more labor hours in reading this thread than Pringlel had in the overhaul.
    Effort is the 1st step towards failure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chiller Guy View Post
    The edges of the impeller blades look worn indicating liquid impingment. It looks like the metal was worn off the blades and deposited on the outer ring of the impeller. Were the impeller and labyrinth seal fused together on the impeller nose? They look fairly clean. What was actually locking it up, bearings or fused metal? The nut looks factory. If you need an Imp, seals, bearings, (maybe motor overhaul)etc on a 30 yr old machine it may be time to move up to something newer
    Camera comes in handy, huh?
    The picture is deceiving What looks like waffer thin metal actually wipes off

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    Kinda' dog is that, P? Them's some serious ears.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by klove View Post
    Kinda' dog is that, P? Them's some serious ears.....
    He is a Decker Rat Terrier, who came from Eli Brown http://imageevent.com/bluegrassratterriers
    He has been a joy

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    That is an interesting looking pooch, Pringle. How old?
    \m/
    original member of the racoon brotherhood

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    Quote Originally Posted by heavymetaldad View Post
    That is an interesting looking pooch, Pringle. How old?
    He is about 6 -7 months in the picture , Now about 14 months.
    He loves to watch TV

  8. #60
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    I have a Rat Terrier, but what is a decker rat terrier? I live in maryland as well, what part of maryland is this chiller in? I posted a pic of my rat as well, i was told he was pure bred. Im not 100% sure if he is or not. You a 602 brother?
    Attached Images Attached Images

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    Anyone wanna see my hamster
    The 64 roars to life Whoo hoo ...shes a rolling chassis .
    You bend em" I"ll mend em" !!!!!!!
    I"m not a service tech.. I"m a thermodynamic transfer analyst & strategic system sustainability specialist
    Best Austin Healey In Show twice in 2013 .....All those hrs paid off .

  10. #62
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    haha !!! too funny! not trying to offend you by calling you *******. *******!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 87lt1monte View Post
    I have a Rat Terrier, but what is a decker rat terrier? I live in maryland as well, what part of maryland is this chiller in? I posted a pic of my rat as well, i was told he was pure bred. Im not 100% sure if he is or not. You a 602 brother?
    I am a 602 Stepbrother LU 486 I do a decent amount of work around Baltimore .
    Decker Rat terriers where almost lost a few people hunted down the bloodlines and started actively breeding them. They are also known as Giant rat terriers
    Milton Decker and others are many others have breed and kept this magnificent
    blood line alive. Sorry as you can tell I like my dog Very smart easy to train and doesnt bark much,and very low maintenance. He truly is my kind of dog.
    I am sure your little guy is equally special to you

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    Quote Originally Posted by 87lt1monte View Post
    haha !!! too funny! not trying to offend you by calling you *******. *******!
    I am sorry....... but thats actually pretty funny

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    check your email, I sent you the ctv-sg-1 cvhb/a servce guide.
    sorry it took so long.

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