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    When running the unit in cooling, it seems like...

    When running the unit in cooling, it seems like its overcharged possibly? What was your R/H when the ODT was at 69 degrees, or if you have the Indoor W/B temp, that will work as well.
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    During the cold months in Colorado, I usually...

    During the cold months in Colorado, I usually just throw on a Carhartt coat, some compression pants under my work pants, and my Redwing boots. If it gets really bad out, I might throw on a pair of...
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    I have the Fluke 902 FC and you're right, I...

    I have the Fluke 902 FC and you're right, I rarely use the wireless functionality on it, but it is still a great meter. I also carry a Fieldpiece HS36, and it seems to be just as reliable, except for...
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    We use the aprilaire media filters on the...

    We use the aprilaire media filters on the majority of our installs, the carbon filters they offer seem to get the job done as well as the longevity we can get out of the filters.
  5. I love using my Testo 300, it has all the...

    I love using my Testo 300, it has all the functionality needed as well as ease to send emails instantly with reports. It's pretty easy to use as well and seems pretty rugged, the touch screen is a...
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    In my opinion I would probably just run the 7/8,...

    In my opinion I would probably just run the 7/8, I've talked to Amana reps about having to up the size to 1 and 1/8, what they said was to pretty much limit the amount of bends on units below five...
  7. Thread: UEI C162

    by jconaway53
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    One of my coworkers picked one up, and it seems...

    One of my coworkers picked one up, and it seems like a nice analyzer. I personally stick by Testo 300, the quality seems to be exceptional, as well as all the added features like being able to email...
  8. 1/4 is usually all I need. I keep a few various...

    1/4 is usually all I need. I keep a few various bit cases that I've acquired throughout the years on the truck, just incase I come across something weird.
  9. I'd carry a level and a small mirror, you never...

    I'd carry a level and a small mirror, you never know when they will be handy. As far as tools for ignitors and flame sensors, I carry a nice 90 degree bit extension, a 6, and 8 inch standard...
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    I typically just use a piece of Silfoss, seems to...

    I typically just use a piece of Silfoss, seems to work great for me.
  11. I have the same swage tool, and the best way i've...

    I have the same swage tool, and the best way i've been able to get around the copper cracking, is to rotate the tool after doing a little bit, then repeat till it is to your satisfaction.
  12. Thread: Oil to XV18

    by jconaway53
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    A good looking TAM9 paired with the XV18. Without...

    A good looking TAM9 paired with the XV18. Without trying to steal the other post above, I've always been a fan of the 800s. I've never had any troubles with them, and it seems like the steam...
  13. If the units are on exterior walls, I'd say you...

    If the units are on exterior walls, I'd say you should run new linesets and wire to the new units upon install. If the units are on interior walls, maybe you should talk to the customer about...
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    Out of curiosity, did you end up losing the whole...

    Out of curiosity, did you end up losing the whole vacuum? Or did it break a certain point where you called it? I agree with a couple other comments about the possibility of there bein moisture in the...
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    Unless it's a newer install, it's easy enough, so...

    Unless it's a newer install, it's easy enough, so why not?
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    We've always used PE gas line that is pretty much...

    We've always used PE gas line that is pretty much the same thing as PEX for water, but it isn't as thick. A roll of that, some risers, transition adapters, and a roll of tracer wire should be just...
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    I've had the same issues when I was using my old...

    I've had the same issues when I was using my old supplier. I had multiple customers call, and as the cost on certain equipment, then get all upset when my pricing was higher. I ended up switching...
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    I wouldn't ask for any specific certificates from...

    I wouldn't ask for any specific certificates from the contractors, I would just recommend doing some research before making a decision. Look up the company's and judge off of their reputation. As...
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    We began installing AirScrubbers at the beginning...

    We began installing AirScrubbers at the beginning of the year, and have had positive feedback from our customers. It is recommended to air filters more frequently due to the Airscrubber causing dust...
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    I've installed a large amount of them paired with...

    I've installed a large amount of them paired with Trane's XC95 units. We only offer them when paired with the communicating systems due to the added features. I haven't seen any problems with them...
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