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    Hmm

    what is a good superheat reading on a house split system.I charged unit till the suction line hand a cold sweat on it but my superheat reading was 23-25 waht does this mean.

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    you are posting in the incorrect area... I will move you again to the residential HVAC area... this question does not belong in the refrigeration area.

    are you a student or are you wanting to discuss your home system?


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    Originally posted by -1994
    what is a good superheat reading on a house split system.I charged unit till the suction line hand a cold sweat on it but my superheat reading was 23-25 waht does this mean.

    It means you need training....no profile? Are you a technician? DIY'r? Filling out your profile lets us know at what level we should be explaining this to you.

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    Please give us some info of whether you're in the field. If so, we will be glad to help you further...

    But if you are a DIY, the below is for you... THANKS.

    (we can't help do to site rules )

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    It means it was colder than the outside dew point and thats pretty much it.





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    measuring super heat

    The company I work for checks charge for sweating back. If I am charging a system all there want to know if it is sweating and low pressure. I started in HVAC 2005 at 55 years old. Still learning been hard. Anyway I thougth to check line temp. with pressure Thanks

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    Get your post count up to 15 and apply for pro membership.
    The is a lot you can learn in the pro forums.
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    How-to-apply-for-Professional

    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    This is a 3 year old thread BTW

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    Funny how often that happens.... I knew something was up when I got to post 4....

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    This is a 3 year old thread BTW
    Right about the time rookiec started in the trade, hmmm. LOL
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    Man..............been a lot of this digging old threads up lately! Whew..........

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    I think the programmers set the default thread view to oldest first.

    ADMIN or a programmer needs to change look into it.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Right about the time rookiec started in the trade, hmmm. LOL
    I didn't find web site till Dec. 2007.

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