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    Quote Originally Posted by jeremyhall.tech.sc View Post
    it means you have been cleared to give help and opinions on this site , by the admins....

    try this http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=882132
    So what happens if you try and help but are minus an * .. then what? I found my whole internet down for many hours today thats what ... :yikes
    Breeze

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    I went out and found the form and and the info of what the * means. I have not been on here for a while, and a lot has changed since I was here last. I have been posting on here without an * by my name. I did not know I had to have one. I hope they designate me as an * now that I have applied for it. I do not know how big a stack of credentials you need to be approved. I will try and resist the temtation to post answers until I have been approved or denied. I guess I may have to play in the "kiddi" pool if I am turned down. LOL
    Bad information is worse than no information at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surenuff View Post
    I guess I may have to play in the "kiddi" pool if I am turned down. LOL
    You mean the deep end, the * means you are allowed in the shallow end but promise not to dunk the civilians.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btuhack View Post
    You mean the deep end, the * means you are allowed in the shallow end but promise not to dunk the civilians.
    That is funny.!! I promise to keep my floaties on.
    Bad information is worse than no information at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surenuff View Post
    I went out and found the form and and the info of what the * means. I have not been on here for a while, and a lot has changed since I was here last. I have been posting on here without an * by my name. I did not know I had to have one. I hope they designate me as an * now that I have applied for it. I do not know how big a stack of credentials you need to be approved. I will try and resist the temtation to post answers until I have been approved or denied. I guess I may have to play in the "kiddi" pool if I am turned down. LOL
    i wasnt. also i came back recently and i found that alot had changed also...

    for the better I THINK!
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    Quote Originally Posted by btuhack View Post
    You mean the deep end, the * means you are allowed in the shallow end but promise not to dunk the civilians.
    catch a man a fish , feed him for a day.
    teach a man to fish , ruin a good business opportunity.

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    guys....

    a link to get your * is in my signature line.

    let's not derail a thread again, please
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    I guess they couln't see the link in my posts.

    Maybe I need to make it 28 pt..........
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    Trane units need trane parts call trane dealer order exact parts for unit have them installed should work fine after that many so called techs do that came across one tech fighting Icp unit for two months because he put wrong motor on unit

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    blame the tech
    cant say how many time i have given the choice generic for? or trane for ? and they pick generic because it is cheaper
    should go more then two years but there are factors involve that will cause a motor to go bad
    has it been service and oiled since it was put in and what type of enviromant is this unit in
    trane motors nonaly last the life of the unit unless in a hostal inviroment
    did the op choose the gen motor who knows
    alwats blame the tech

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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I guess they couln't see the link in my posts.

    Maybe I need to make it 28 pt..........
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    Quote Originally Posted by james32 View Post
    Trane units need trane parts call trane dealer order exact parts for unit have them installed should work fine after that many so called techs do that came across one tech fighting Icp unit for two months because he put wrong motor on unit
    I do not feel that there is any problem in using a aftermarket motors. You just have to make sure you are matching a motor for the right application. In otherwords, make sure the motor you are putting in is the right replacement for the one you took off.
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    I wonder how it worked for 2 years with wrong capacitor. As for retrofitting motors it is done all the time. Of course I do not mean drilling holes in cover for the motor thread mounts, knocking out part of coil so shaft can protrude through it nor taping a capacitor to motor belly.
    As many said the amps need to line up, shaft may need to be cut, motor drain plugs have to be opened or closed depending on app. Many of the universal motors have speed taps for HP selection and or a change of run cap size.
    This could be a sprinkler or water wiggle spraying up in to motor.
    Breeze

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