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    I hate flying stingers, get ya when your not...

    I hate flying stingers, get ya when your not looking.
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    I do commercial refrigeration in Florida. I...

    I do commercial refrigeration in Florida.

    I see Bally/Heat Craft, Delfield is popular, Traulsen, True, those are the ones I see the most of.
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    LZ, Vinyl wrap is porbably the most...

    LZ,

    Vinyl wrap is porbably the most frustrating thing I've ever worked with in my life, it's not as easy as it looks, I wrapped a motorcycle tank in it and it took me around 8 hours, had to redo...
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    Fire extinguisher works too.... It was either...

    Fire extinguisher works too....

    It was either wasps or yellow jackets.

    They hate that powder. Just get ready to run.
  5. Thread: Leak repair

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    Haha, Man it sucks, especially when you are...

    Haha,

    Man it sucks, especially when you are inside, stinks up the whole place.

    Gotta learn the hard way sometimes.
  6. Thread: Leak repair

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    Yeah, I'll second CEAS on that, lets say he DID...

    Yeah, I'll second CEAS on that, lets say he DID braze it while under pressure, if he ever got that joint hot enough to melt, it would've blown right out in his face. I've done it, so I know, Lol.
    ...
  7. Lol. It's amazing what some techs do different...

    Lol.

    It's amazing what some techs do different than others.

    Superheat is probably one of the most important things to measure as it tells you a lot, most importantly, it tells you if your...
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    Copeland app.

    Copeland app.
  9. Thread: Open Air Case

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    I'll second Pec on that, comp over evap. I...

    I'll second Pec on that, comp over evap.

    I think there's a chart somewhere that tells you what SH you want at the evaps depending on what's in it.

    I try to get 10 or so at the outlet of the...
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    Lol. This is the probably the most discussed...

    Lol. This is the probably the most discussed subject on here.

    I personally think you can, at least on the inlet to the receiver, I normally try to measure between the outlet of the condenser and...
  11. Thread: Copper theft

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    Sheesh, that sounds insane. Can't believe that...

    Sheesh, that sounds insane.

    Can't believe that someone would do that.

    I had to restore a building's copper after another company bought it, someone had gone in and cut 6' of the 4" copper main,...
  12. Thread: 404A pressures

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    Wow. Some people.

    Wow.

    Some people.
  13. Thread: Copper theft

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    They just cut out of an existing, running,...

    They just cut out of an existing, running, pressurized lineset and run off with it?
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    Could've been a pocket of something popping out...

    Could've been a pocket of something popping out and giving you a higher reading until it was gone, as long as it eventually goes down and stays down, you should be good.
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    I have them and I absolutely love them.

    I have them and I absolutely love them.
  16. I remember hearing about that during a Copeland...

    I remember hearing about that during a Copeland compressor class last year but I can't remember why it's there and I didn't ask, just seemed logical to have an internal relief valve, I believe the...
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    Woop! Denmark! I love opening units and seeing...

    Woop! Denmark!

    I love opening units and seeing Danfoss all over the place, "Made in Denmark"

    Closest I've been to home in 6 years.
  18. Thread: Training

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    https://danfoss.sabacloud.com/Saba/Web_wdk/EU2PRD0...

    https://danfoss.sabacloud.com/Saba/Web_wdk/EU2PRD0064/index/prelogin.rdf?spfUrl=%2FSaba%2FWeb_spf%2FEU2PRD0064%2Flocal

    Danfoss has the above site, mainly refrigeration oriented, but it's free.
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    Okay cool, that makes sense, it's a Dyson air...

    Okay cool, that makes sense,

    it's a Dyson air purifier.

    Definetley don't want projectile status, I'm wondering if 3D printing it would work, but I doubt it would end up perfectly balanced, but...
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    Balancing a small motor fan wheel.

    Hey Guys,

    Hope everyone is doing well.

    I have a fan wheel which sits on a 5 MM electric motor, spins pretty fast and I'm trying to figure out if the fan wheel is balanced.

    I want to do some...
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    Thanks Pec, I'm checking them out. 2Sac, ...

    Thanks Pec,

    I'm checking them out.

    2Sac,

    I'll take a look, thank you.
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    We're going to try and modify the paddle again,...

    We're going to try and modify the paddle again, we'll see if it works.
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    I see, we need a pressure switch though, not just...

    I see, we need a pressure switch though, not just a valve or gauge.
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    Pec, what's a balancing valve going to do to help...

    Pec, what's a balancing valve going to do to help me?
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    Balloyd, The machine has just 1 paddle, we...

    Balloyd,

    The machine has just 1 paddle, we tried adding a large mesh washer to the paddle and bolting it onto it through the Tee but it's still not enough, even if we were to put a bigger paddle...
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    Pressure control for water system

    Hey Guys.

    Been a while since this whole Covid-19 era started, but I got a question on a good way to control water flow through a large pipe.

    Essentially we are trying to get a flow sensing...
  27. Mine works. Thanks Dad and Robb!

    Mine works.

    Thanks Dad and Robb!
  28. I got the same problem.

    I got the same problem.
  29. Just have them clean it in place, it's much...

    Just have them clean it in place, it's much cheaper, might not be as good of a cleaning but they should be able to do a lot with it in place.
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    Why, oh why does these types of posts always turn...

    Why, oh why does these types of posts always turn into this type of bashing.

    Just leave it, all of you, let it go, whatever opinion you have, stow it, arguing about it here isn't going to solve...
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    I see, Fair enough, Yes, I'll be attending.

    I see, Fair enough, Yes, I'll be attending.
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    You going to the HVAC School's tech conference?...

    You going to the HVAC School's tech conference? Jan 31st and Feb 1st?
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    How did you determine it was a flooded start,...

    How did you determine it was a flooded start, that's my question.

    Making assumptions makes the repair take longer.
  34. Thread: Just Wondering

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    I can actually be a point of evidence to how this...

    I can actually be a point of evidence to how this site helps you.

    I used to be exactly like that, then I joined here and you guys beat me up so much I finally learned and I still learn all the...
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    We've used infrared imaging to locate hot water...

    We've used infrared imaging to locate hot water leaks before.

    I'm sure it could work for chilled as well, look for the cold spot.
  36. Superheat and subcool would be the place to...

    Superheat and subcool would be the place to start.

    Making sure the head pressure is where it should be.

    Making sure the SST is proper for cooling as well as LST
  37. Yes, it's part and parcel of the job, it's THE...

    Yes, it's part and parcel of the job, it's THE job, figuring out what's wrong is what we do.

    I didn't read the entire post but it sounds like either a control board or a flame rod problem.
  38. Thread: Impossible?

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    I would agree with just not removing as much...

    I would agree with just not removing as much moisture.

    You'd need 10* TD or less I would think, but you can always just get it all set up and play with the charge or the TXV.
  39. Thread: Impossible?

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    DT would dictate humidity and runtime to a...

    DT would dictate humidity and runtime to a certain extent.

    They should figure out what they want first though, otherwise it'll be kind of dumb trying to make it a multi use walk in.

    I mean,...
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    How did you know the oil was foaming? sounds...

    How did you know the oil was foaming?

    sounds like a residential type unit which wouldn't have a SG or a receiver or an oil sump with an oil level gauge where it's normally observed?

    Just...
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    If it were me, and I'm probably younger than you...

    If it were me, and I'm probably younger than you are.

    Training and education are irreplaceable but so is experience, the only thing that can be replaced is tools.

    My philosophy which I...
  42. Thread: TXV question

    by Olivero
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    A C7 low voltage license? Don't know many...

    A C7 low voltage license?

    Don't know many licenses at all but does that qualify you for HVAC work?

    I mean, I'm all for helping people out but I do think there's merit in doing the EPA license...
  43. Thread: TXV question

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    Well there you go.

    Well there you go.
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    I have a pair of Miller shade #3 glasses. But...

    I have a pair of Miller shade #3 glasses.

    But I never wear them cause I can't see anything...

    But that's what I have.
  45. Thread: TXV question

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    I pull a vacuum through my gauges, seems to work...

    I pull a vacuum through my gauges, seems to work okay, I have an SMAN 360.

    If you have an EPA license we can help you, otherwise your not supposed to be doing this, regardless of other certs.
    ...
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    I would give advice to just about anyone about...

    I would give advice to just about anyone about anything, it's their own risk and i'll say as much.

    Difference is that HERE it's specifically restricted and we aren't allowed.

    Doesn't say...
  47. Cooling the gas valve coil? Never heard of...

    Cooling the gas valve coil?

    Never heard of that before.
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    PCtech. Each to his own, I don't personally...

    PCtech.

    Each to his own, I don't personally like Harleys that much, I can appreciate them when people take care of them but not my preference :)

    This whole jumping starter relays reminded me of...
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    As a general rule, inspectors and engineers,...

    As a general rule, inspectors and engineers, especially engineers want to make stuff so it can't fail in such a way that it jeopardizes them in the future. Whenever I design and build custom racks,...
  50. I think this classifies as DIY type work which we...

    I think this classifies as DIY type work which we aren't allowed to help with.

    I want to help you, but I don't think I can.
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