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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbenny View Post
    I think the programmers set the default thread view to oldest first.

    ADMIN or a programmer needs to change look into it.
    I'll take a look JR but each user can set his own view.


    Let me see if the IT guys messed with the settings.

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  3. #16
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    add freon intill the large line is as cold as the beer in your left hand..
    forget about that superheat, subcooling bs. leave that to us pros who fix you mistakes..

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    do you think he figured it out or is he still there watching the line sweat? Superwhat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lusker View Post
    JR.... the site default is newest first
    Guess the newbies are just bumping threads.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

  6. #19
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    Get a sliderule from your distributor, and check your Indoor Wet Bulb.

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    superheat

    Quote Originally Posted by dkurmay View Post
    do you think he figured it out or is he still there watching the line sweat? Superwhat?
    I always try to check superheat and subcooling if possible. Like to what I think is right.

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    superheat

    Quote Originally Posted by dkurmay View Post
    do you think he figured it out or is he still there watching the line sweat? Superwhat?
    I always try to check superheat and subcooling if possible. Like to do what I think is right.

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