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    I am compiling information on Pressure Switch testing troubleshooting, operation etc. in order to give an advanced class to our techs. Anyone who knows where I can obtain additional literature or troubleshooting sources could surely be a help by posting same.

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    Dan

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    Wrong Forum?
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    suck on it, if it comes on, it works


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    I'm not being sarcastic here, but what exactly do you mean by "pressure switch class"?
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    advanced class

    Originally posted by sheddercrab
    I am compiling information on Pressure Switch testing troubleshooting, operation etc. in order to give an advanced class to our techs. Anyone who knows where I can obtain additional literature or troubleshooting sources could surely be a help by posting same.

    Thanks

    Dan
    Manufacturer data sheets - excellent source of info to be found.

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    Originally posted by inturmoil
    I'm not being sarcastic here, but what exactly do you mean by "pressure switch class"?
    Maybe he wants to teach them not to change out the switch just because its doing its job.
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    teach them how to read pressure/vacuum also. Mandate they carry some type of test/diagnostic tool to do this check.

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