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    The only ventilation is from a ceiling suspended...

    The only ventilation is from a ceiling suspended heater an a wall mounted mini split. I have thought about installing a energy/make up air unit, but I am trying to keep it simple.
    I am located...
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    When I am not using the garage, the AC does not...

    When I am not using the garage, the AC does not run long enough to remove enough humidity before it satisfies. In the spring it the worst, when the garage cools down and if I open it up during a hot...
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    I do like that design, looks easy and...

    I do like that design, looks easy and serviceable. Do you guys purchase them through your distributor or online? I haven't checked my supply houses yet.

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    Whole house dehumidifier

    I am looking for recommendations, it is actually for my personal garage. I have a 1200 sq ft pole barn, it is insulated with drywall walls and metal ceiling.
    I have a min-split for air and a...
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    The only reason to use cork tape....................

    The only reason to use cork tape................. is to piss the next guy off !

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    Attach a rope below the roof parapet to take some...

    Attach a rope below the roof parapet to take some weight off the hose. For more water pressure, put a booster pump on the hose. If your are doing a lot of roof work a booster pump really helps...
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    If it is solid, I don't have a answer for you. ...

    If it is solid, I don't have a answer for you.
    This is what I though it was. I have used these for expansion. 824233

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    It looks like it is a possible expansion joint....

    It looks like it is a possible expansion joint. Can you look at it from the end ? You will see the bellows under the cover.

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    Have you checked for voltage at the condenser...

    Have you checked for voltage at the condenser fan?
    Are you sure the brown/white wire is in phase with the white wire on the motor?
    It is possible that the jumper wire on the capacitor that feeds...
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    On the new motor, you connected the brown wire to...

    On the new motor, you connected the brown wire to the original brown wire that goes to the capacitor in the electrical section. Was it brown with white tracer or solid brown?
    Did you feel the motor,...
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    Wow, you didn't run the line set in front of the...

    Wow, you didn't run the line set in front of the cabinet so the next guy has something to cuss about. Lol
    Nice looking work !

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    Thanks for your assistance Sent from my...

    Thanks for your assistance

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    Trane wiring schematic

    I am looking for a schematic for a model YCD037C3H0BE. Serial # Z02103623D. 208 /230 3 ph. Thanks in advance

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  14. Thread: All bound up

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    Hopefully the new valve fits the original body....

    Hopefully the new valve fits the original body. If the new valve needs to have updated software, it will note that with the new exv. Keep us updated.

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    You can swap the module from the other EXV to see...

    You can swap the module from the other EXV to see if it communicates. There is a split black plastic cover that holds the wires into the valve.

    Just remember to un-bind the other module if you...
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    Here are some pictures, it is located below the...

    Here are some pictures, it is located below the dimple on the module....
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    [QUOTE=ga1279;26031716]can you send me your email...

    [QUOTE=ga1279;26031716]can you send me your email I don't know how to do pictures, still old schoolEmail address removed.You should remove your email from here because this is a open forum. We can...
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    Can you get a picture of the valve and the...

    Can you get a picture of the valve and the connector?

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    You could also turn on all the lights and find...

    You could also turn on all the lights and find what lights up on the other exv.

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  20. Thread: All bound up

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    I am not 100%, but if it is the newer style exv,...

    I am not 100%, but if it is the newer style exv, your binding light will be on the connector that connects it to the main harness. Not on the exv itself like the older style with the little window. ...
  21. Looks like he forgot to remove the refrigerant...

    Looks like he forgot to remove the refrigerant first !

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  22. Give them a option, replace or reuse line set. If...

    Give them a option, replace or reuse line set. If you reuse lineset, install LP switch to protect compressor in case of refrigerant loss, if condenser doesn't have one factory installed.

    Sent...
  23. In my area copper lines are used for domestic...

    In my area copper lines are used for domestic water feed with over fifty years of service. One of the things that shortens the life is not backfilling with clean sand. If any rocks are against the...
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    Keep it warm it lights easier! Sent from my...

    Keep it warm it lights easier!

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  25. I would start by verifying the accuracy of your...

    I would start by verifying the accuracy of your gauges and temperature sensors. I suspect you meant superheat instead of supercool ? If you have an -34 superheat you suction line should be frosting...
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    I have started using cheap scaffolding if it is...

    I have started using cheap scaffolding if it is possible. I know it added time to set up and take down, but it saves knees and back on stretching in awkward positions on a ladder.

    Sent from my...
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    Yes, just like a smoked board, but no smoke! ...

    Yes, just like a smoked board, but no smoke!

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    That fault gives you indication that something...

    That fault gives you indication that something has failed internally on the control board. It is somehow smart enough to know it no long can function properly.

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  29. Thread: Flex seal.

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    I have used this on domestic hot water with good...

    I have used this on domestic hot water with good results. We use this until we can schedule it to be shut down and replace the pipe. Sometimes the temporary repair doesn't get addresses for many...
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    I have had issues with mini-splits in server...

    I have had issues with mini-splits in server rooms. Only coils leaks, nothing like that. Some I spoke to think it is ozone generated by the electronics. That is way over my head so I just say ok.
    ...
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    This thermostat is most likely wired to a...

    This thermostat is most likely wired to a Terminal unit controller. You say that controller isn't on a network, do you use the Trane Rover program for diagnostics?
    The two extra wires are connected...
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    Does this thermostat have the communication port...

    Does this thermostat have the communication port on the sub-base and are you using that function?

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    Liquid injection is used mostly on low temp...

    Liquid injection is used mostly on low temp refrigeration. It is a system that allows liquid to basically enter the suction side to lower the discharge temp at the compressor.
    If I find a link I...
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    I have heard of old timers making their own...

    I have heard of old timers making their own liquid injection but, I hope that is just a brace.

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    High superheat.... I can fix that Lol. Sent...

    High superheat.... I can fix that Lol.

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    Curious, what was it? Sent from my ASUS_P00J...

    Curious, what was it?

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    Nice work, that is too nice to hide behind walls!...

    Nice work, that is too nice to hide behind walls!

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    Let Trane know that you will not using their...

    Let Trane know that you will not using their controls on any future projects and will be exploring the options for phasing out exsisting controls. Sometimes your salesman can get things changed in...
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    Nice, quess they didn't have a copper pipe small...

    Nice, quess they didn't have a copper pipe small enough!

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    I believe anything sold after a certain date has...

    I believe anything sold after a certain date has to be lead free.

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    They should have had water samples taken a...

    They should have had water samples taken a multiple places in the house. Kitchen faucet, bathroom faucets and outside hose faucet. Any place you would possibly drink the water from and then the...
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    Fujitsu indoor blower motor noise

    I have got a ASU24RLQ with a very noisy fan motor. It sounds like a large motor connected to a VFD. The motor operated normally and when I removed the motor it spins freely with no sign of bad...
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    I don't know the exact cost difference between...

    I don't know the exact cost difference between the press fittings vs sweat fittings. If you cut out 1 hour labor plus cost of nitro, acetylene, rods and possible safety precautions, the cost may be...
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    I agree with the brazing at this time, but think...

    I agree with the brazing at this time, but think of the cost of nitrogen, acetylene and brazing rods. Plus the time saved carrying bottles in and out of job, exchanging bottles at supply house. When...
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    I haven't used any of these products but I...

    I haven't used any of these products but I believe in time they will become more reliable and proven.
    I relate this to Pro-press for plumbing, when I first started all plumbing was soldered or...
  46. Dump valve leaking? Sent from my VS501 using...

    Dump valve leaking?

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    Are you saying inserting romex inside the...

    Are you saying inserting romex inside the sealtite?

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    Do you have a solid 24v at the valve when it...

    Do you have a solid 24v at the valve when it opens?

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    What type of gas valve/valves, burner and...

    What type of gas valve/valves, burner and ignition system does this system utilize? If you a model number that will help.

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    It is like the old saying: auto mechanic drives...

    It is like the old saying: auto mechanic drives the most neglected and beat up cars. You work on them all day you don't want to look at them when you get home.

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