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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by ammoniadog View Post
    (whenever it starts looking milky).
    I could have drank the milk out of my pump on the last compressor change out in the rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jason blue View Post
    the dame roofer did to put a flat roof down
    What was he thinking ? Are you using nitrogen ? Did water get down into the lines ? If so blow the bulk of the water out with the nitro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    What was he thinking ? Are you using nitrogen ? Did water get down into the lines ? If so blow the bulk of the water out with the nitro.


    You can blow it out easier then you can suck it out. Your going to be there forever if it has standing water in the line set.

    jim
    Common sense isn't very common anymore.

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    please send picture

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    The head is way down, do youn think it could be water in the lines. the supply house on sunday is closed. can i get pump oil at the auto store?

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    1 picture is the exploded view and the other is connected. Hope it helps!
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    A couple months ago, I worked on a furnace that the roofers broke by dropping roofing nails down the flue. Damn knuckleheads!

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    The arrow on the drier should be facing the evaporator coil. Usually the lines on the micron gauge means the system is not under a deep enough vacuum to read yet(usually above 12,000 microns). How long did you have it on a vacuum before shutting down?

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    about 3 hours

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    Roofers think there great because they cover everything under the roof. It's just so hard to find good quality workers now days.lol

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    Ok, I take it the lines were open since they were cut. My worry would be that they are filled with water or something that may have gotten into them. Did you try blowing nitrogen through them or do a pressure test after re-connecting them?

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    [QUOTE=NATEcert87;10306802]The arrow on the drier should be facing the evaporator coil.

    It's a SUCTION DRYER

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    Quote Originally Posted by NATEcert87 View Post
    The arrow on the drier should be facing the evaporator coil.
    I think he said SUCTION dryer.

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