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  1. #40
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    Originally posted by Freezeking2000
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    Thanks for the info on your site. I have been in commercial refrigeration and HVAC for 10+ years and i just this week got a static pressur gauge to help me with troubleshooting airflow and capacity problems.

    I have been awakened as to the importence of airflow, i always believed in TXVs.
    Freezeking,check out http://www.nationalcomfortinstitute.com they have free downloads on how to measure & interpret static pressure readings along with a lot of other great stuff.
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  2. #41
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    i have installed many systems.i would like to hear about some brands i have not yet installed and their reliability.

  3. #42
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    Originally posted by mrgreen
    as far as education goes,we learn by doing.
    You have a long hard road ahead of you mrgreen if this is your long term outlook.

    Do yourself a favor & take advantage of the basically free education you can get off the computer & from here.
    Have you set up a Google alert for Carbon Monoxide yet?
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  4. #43
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    i can never get my blower amp draw right.whats up with that

  5. #44
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    Originally posted by mrgreen
    i can never get my blower amp draw right.whats up with that
    Take my advice & you will find out why.
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    Question

    what should my static be set at,by the way?

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    That is the hardest way. I learn by studying, asking questions and then doing. Less "crap" comes out that way.

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    what brand do you install(davidr).why?

  9. #48
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    i do know some things about hvac i htink

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    What would you consider the proper amp draw to be mrgreen?

  11. #50
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    Smile Thanks Norm

    Norm,

    I just purchased your exam guide from Builder Central, and it is great.


    Thanks
    Philippians 4:13

  12. #51
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    thx for the website.i shall attempt to further my education there

  13. #52
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    on the nameplate it lists the amp draw for the indoor blower and mine is always less.i was told by an older tech this is normal but now you are making me think about what im doing.was that sound information?

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