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    Im a new student in Hvac, I was wondering what FREEZE OUT means????????????? I have an idea but was wonder if someone could tell me.... Thanks Student from Grand Rapids Michigan....

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    That's when your wife won't give "it" up... Others have told me this, it never happens to me.

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    You really have to tell us what your talking about. Like what were you talking about when that came up.
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    Bruce said it happens on "10th Avenue".
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    It's when you drink a Slurpie and get a "brain freeze."

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    Freeze-out

    Are you talking about frosting down the suction line on a cap tube system when overcharged.
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    Originally posted by midhvac
    It's when you drink a Slurpie and get a "brain freeze."
    I hate when that happens.

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    Freeze out

    thats when it is so Fu##ing cold , you pck up and get out of where ever you are

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    Re: Freeze out

    Originally posted by ct2
    thats when it is so Fu##ing cold , you pck up and get out of where ever you are
    That's for sure! Trying to put those little tiny screws in the rooftop at -30 windchill. Everything is much harder to get ahold of at temps, especially your .......

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    Originally posted by mspencer
    Im a new student in Hvac, I was wondering what FREEZE OUT means????????????? I have an idea but was wonder if someone could tell me.... Thanks Student from Grand Rapids Michigan....
    Okay kid you are new here. Let me take you under my wing. "What the freak are you talking about?" There is no such term as "Freeze out"

    [Edited by benncool on 10-01-2005 at 03:55 PM]

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    Originally posted by benncool
    Originally posted by mspencer
    Im a new student in Hvac, I was wondering what FREEZE OUT means????????????? I have an idea but was wonder if someone could tell me.... Thanks Student from Grand Rapids Michigan....
    Okay kid you are new here. Let me take you under my wing. "What the freak are you talking about?" There is no such term as "Feeze out"
    Uhhhhhhhh Bennie, he said "FREEZE OUT", not "Feeze out"

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    Originally posted by rich pickering
    Originally posted by benncool
    Originally posted by mspencer
    Im a new student in Hvac, I was wondering what FREEZE OUT means????????????? I have an idea but was wonder if someone could tell me.... Thanks Student from Grand Rapids Michigan....
    Okay kid you are new here. Let me take you under my wing. "What the freak are you talking about?" There is no such term as "Feeze out"
    Uhhhhhhhh Bennie, he said "FREEZE OUT", not "Feeze out"

    Ooops my bad. Submitted as amended.

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    Oh yeah, see FREEZE OUT is a brand name like FREON, which is R-22. FREEZE OUT is actually Duponts freeze and frost eliminator which you apply directly to surfaces, like an evaporator, that is iced up. It's a hydrogen-oxygen compound that you heat up and apply as a liquid. FREEZE OUT or FFE ;Ask for it at your local supply house. When Asked Try Either Response.
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