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    How can a TDOB work through a loss of power? I'd...

    How can a TDOB work through a loss of power? I'd have to vote for delay on make in that scenario.
  2. On a lower tonnage unit you may get away with...

    On a lower tonnage unit you may get away with that 5/16 LL, but my guess is you will find the problem if you pull the charge and weigh it...
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    Listen to ehsx. He has forgot more about those...

    Listen to ehsx. He has forgot more about those machines than I may ever know...
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    Oil pump should be the first thing to come on...

    Oil pump should be the first thing to come on once flow is proven. Is power on to those pumps? It seems silly but worth pointing out. I have several of those machines under my care but they are on...
  5. Thread: Fluke 902 FC

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    I have been using one for quite a while. No real...

    I have been using one for quite a while. No real regret or complaint other than the bag. Field piece makes the largest meters...however this is quite long. It's like 10 inches...(or at least that's...
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    With only 1 degree of difference, and 40 yrs of...

    With only 1 degree of difference, and 40 yrs of service, I would be suspecting the evap and tubes are separating. Is the ice pattern uniform?
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    Yup it's the air cooled I refer to and most all...

    Yup it's the air cooled I refer to and most all of them are at top dead center of the pipe. One of the sights I found got so frustrated they removed the IFM switch and installed a DPS. They are also...
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    Agree with the above on that differential switch....

    Agree with the above on that differential switch. I've seen that type of setup fail more than once. It doesn't take long for corrosion to work on those things and then who knows what you have. I have...
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    Seen many a discharge lines with wires laying on...

    Seen many a discharge lines with wires laying on them and eventually they will melt and trip. System shuts down and all gets cooled down and no problem until those long run cycles kick back in nd...
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    And there we have it! Good call on the Trane info...

    And there we have it! Good call on the Trane info fellas... that is all new to me. Luckily, my conversions have all been Copeland or Carlyle semis. The collective input here is why this is the best...
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    I have not seen any large conversion that has not...

    I have not seen any large conversion that has not lost somewhere around that. It requires a bunch more gas. I have done about half a dozen conversions over 30 ton as my reference. Someone with more...
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    You are gonna end up with like a 80 ton unit when...

    You are gonna end up with like a 80 ton unit when done but it does run and work. Fairly close to 22 numbers.
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    Is this a heat pump with a faulty reversing valve?

    Is this a heat pump with a faulty reversing valve?
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    That is the case with mine as well and it has me...

    That is the case with mine as well and it has me leaning towards the logic as well. Mine begins the start sequence but trips instantly one the compressor is energized. First impression for me was...
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    When you say a turn or two...is there a detent or...

    When you say a turn or two...is there a detent or are these actual full turns??

    I don't mean to hijack the thread but I have one of these with this fault. When I rang out my CTs I had around 90 on...
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    Bungee cord hooked in one of the holes and looped...

    Bungee cord hooked in one of the holes and looped through pump handle
  17. 7lbs 11oz roughly

    7lbs 11oz roughly
  18. I have been considering a move to Rutherford...

    I have been considering a move to Rutherford County NC for quite some time. Is this what you consider western NC? Don't get me wrong, I am not your guy at this point but am curious. My father has...
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    Not really in my experience. I've done a few...

    Not really in my experience. I've done a few sensors but I don't know if they are universal enough to keep them on the shelf. They may be, but I am not sure. Biggest thing I have seen is keeping the...
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    The drives do not talk with the CCN. It does send...

    The drives do not talk with the CCN. It does send the control signal but thats it. Yea the pilot is kinda shite, but better than not having it for sure. I think you can only control the outputs to...
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    What the heck is glowing in the blower section?

    What the heck is glowing in the blower section?
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    I was working on one of these 40 yr olds today...

    I was working on one of these 40 yr olds today and had a few questions on this controller. Thanks a bunch!!
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    I've done several attic jobs in those houses....

    I've done several attic jobs in those houses. Keep in mind the closets and hallways are usually not heated. We would bring drops in through the closet ceiling and then out through the closet wall in...
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    you got to give them credit for the data plates...

    you got to give them credit for the data plates alone. They look much better and are in better shape than what you will find of a 10 year old York...
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    I love the look of the truck! I can't see any...

    I love the look of the truck! I can't see any reason for that association. However I quit working in kitchens years ago. As matter of fact, I would ONLY pay that fee to avoid going back to kitchen...
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    A REALLY GOOD bricklayer. And he may as well put...

    A REALLY GOOD bricklayer. And he may as well put in a few resumes while he is at it. Looks like he may need a job. Prolly not gonna get a good reference...
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    Agreed. It is almost like which technology works...

    Agreed. It is almost like which technology works best in whatever application you find yourself in today...
  28. Thread: Box Trucks

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    I had one years back and I loved it for installs....

    I had one years back and I loved it for installs. I really had a nice mobile shop with plenty of storage. I could load 2 sets of equipment on it and still have room to get in and out! Fast forward a...
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    All of our sales people are in Nissan Sedans. It...

    All of our sales people are in Nissan Sedans. It makes sense because they travel big miles. They do quite well with each selling well over 1M per year so I guess you could say it's justified....
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    I would not suggest it for a long term...

    I would not suggest it for a long term fix...however in the short term it may work. You should start with the motor in high and check the temp rise. It will likely be fine, but you may find it still...
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    I just picked up a new site and believe it or...

    I just picked up a new site and believe it or not...They have one on site and asked for a repair. Blahahaha I really tried to talk them out of it as I have never seen the thing run being a new...
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    Confirmed. My personal consultant (and many...

    Confirmed. My personal consultant (and many others on here I am sure) for most things McQuay...I would argue that the retired are the best to talk to about our work. If they have retired and still...
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    I've been using a Bacharach Tru Point (I believe)...

    I've been using a Bacharach Tru Point (I believe) it is an infrared design. Over the years I have liked the Tif ZX and the H10. However I started with a new company 2 years ago and they gave me the...
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    This is similar to what I am doing now just using...

    This is similar to what I am doing now just using the packout as my dolly. I still carry a convertible handtruck for the heavy items, which is another space-eater. Most times I am limited to...
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    Who is using Packout???

    I spend most of my time on large commercial or industrial service, so I use many small bags and boxes for my tools and I don't really have an EDC tool box with dedicated tools. My EDC is Veto MB2...
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    possibly just a straight v or u notch with...

    possibly just a straight v or u notch with adjustable depth? I am not saying for sure but I have taken duct out that wasnt the typical L shaped cuts, just vees about 3/4 through the fiber then the...
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    I like them but they are not my "go to". I use an...

    I like them but they are not my "go to". I use an infrared Bacharach as my first option and an Infinicon Whisper when ultrasonic is needed. I will say the whisper is extremely good at blocking out...
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    It is quite reliable. I've never done something...

    It is quite reliable. I've never done something like that with a piece of communicating equipment. These were done years ago in the residential field on your standard AC/HP. It was a way of working...
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    CPS black max are fairly cheap and resiliant. I...

    CPS black max are fairly cheap and resiliant. I have a set that are 4 or 5 years old and work great for regular use. I also use a yellow jacket brute for bigger stuff. I kind of baby it in case I...
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    The marketing people are the reason for your...

    The marketing people are the reason for your onboard micron gauge. Not a good idea, sure but yet here we are. You have to be really careful about what you believe just because it is advertised. A...
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    More than meets the eye....:cheers:

    More than meets the eye....:cheers:
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    I should clarify that I didnt use between...

    I should clarify that I didnt use between sections, but between power supply and controls. Ex...unplug contractor coil and put 1 amp fuse in wire connector. He a short piece of wire and connectors to...
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    This works but is a bit clumsy. I've had to use...

    This works but is a bit clumsy. I've had to use this method on a few heat pumps. I've used 1 amp fuses instead of 3
  44. I have used a few fieldpiece tools and was...

    I have used a few fieldpiece tools and was satisfied with most of it. I guess I didn't fall in love with it or I would still be using it. Currently, I have a lot of friends and workmates that are...
  45. Assembled in the USA (pending model) using...

    Assembled in the USA (pending model) using globaly acquired resources is as about as good as it gets...HD is obviousy not the only MFG in this boat.
    Still yet it is a far cry from the good ole days...
  46. Well...that is a very deep subject. I mean what...

    Well...that is a very deep subject. I mean what model in what year are we talking about?
  47. Thread: motorcycles

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    And my respect for PHM grows....:cheers:

    And my respect for PHM grows....:cheers:
  48. Thread: motorcycles

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    Most things are more dangerous than COVID. ...

    Most things are more dangerous than COVID.
    Motorcycles are more fun than COVID, now that can't be argued....
  49. Thread: motorcycles

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    This will keep you young if you can keep it...

    This will keep you young if you can keep it upright!!! Ive had too many to list, or too many to start scratching my brain anyway but currently I am riding

    05 KTM 530
    09 Kawi ZX6
    95 Ducati...
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    I have the twin cylinder and I like it. It runs...

    I have the twin cylinder and I like it. It runs equal to my Appion twin but is just a tad nicer. It has a couple of auto off features that are really nice. 41 lbs is heavy for a machine but I would...
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