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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by supertek65 View Post
    okay wise guy where does the violet wire go??????????
    On a Carrier 48series the Enthalpy Sensor

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    dammit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!






    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    On a Carrier 48series the Enthalpy Sensor
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    Where does the C wire hook up to on the AHU on a Carrier Infinity series thermostat?

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    [QUOTE=RayD8630;7598812]Where does the C wire hook up to on the AHU on a Carrier Infinity series thermostat?

    C-white=24vac (com)

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    c is not even a color?????????????
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
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    HAHA. Those things are easy as pie to wire though. A B C and D. No R C O Y G W HUM S1 S2 or any of that fun stuff. Hence Obama there making another speech.

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    LOL!!

    Quote Originally Posted by RayD8630 View Post
    HAHA. Those things are easy as pie to wire though. A B C and D. No R C O Y G W HUM S1 S2 or any of that fun stuff. Hence Obama there making another speech.
    I WILL SELL WORK,GENERATE BUSINESS, GO GET NEW CUSTOMERS!
    YOU SHUT THE HELL UP AND QUIT RUNNING YOUR MOUTH!

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    Let me guess, you use a ton of coil cleaner!!! Some of those condensers located near the fryer don't look so pretty and they probably don't have you clean them until they have a problem. At least there isn't any mouse nest eh??? ha ha ha ! Good field to get into but as you've probably found out by now you can get called out at any hour!
    If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem.

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    You are in very good company with the guys here. There are a lot of fridgies out here that have forgotten more than I will ever know in my career. Welcome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendo View Post
    Let me guess, you use a ton of coil cleaner!!! Some of those condensers located near the fryer don't look so pretty and they probably don't have you clean them until they have a problem. At least there isn't any mouse nest eh??? ha ha ha ! Good field to get into but as you've probably found out by now you can get called out at any hour!
    MAN do I have a story for you.

    My journey told me a story once where he got called to take a look at a walk in cooler in a restaurant. He went and the coil was frozen over. So he decided to take the torch to it and just loosen up some of the ice. A few minutes in he starts hearing noises like turds hitting the water. Plop! He thinks it's just small chunks of ice breaking off. A few seconds later the same noise. Plop! He thinks nothing of it and keeps going.

    After a few more plops he says "okay wtf is going on here?" He looks at the drain pan to find about 8 frozen solid mice in the pan. They had been living in the evaporator. He also saw a few of the lucky ones scurry along the coil and into the holes for the pipes and into the insulation of the walk in.

    He tells the chef about the mice problem and the chef says "Yeah, don't worry about it. Hey it's almost lunch would you like a sandwich?"

    Just for the record he declined the offer on the sandwich.

    Most fridge work I ever did outside school was door seals on a 2 door low temp reach in. Fun how you need to get them just right. I'll stick to my HVAC.
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    yuck!
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