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    Especially if it was a pictograph, like a warning...

    Especially if it was a pictograph, like a warning on a car's instrument panel, lol.
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    When I was a little boy we had a couple of those....

    When I was a little boy we had a couple of those. I could have used a manual stating to never touch it with your tongue when you take it out of the freezer...
  3. I would look at that drain pipe. If I understand...

    I would look at that drain pipe. If I understand correctly, the flow from the well goes in two directions, to the GEO and to the outdoor spigots. I would think that the two paths are piped in...
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    If there are no issues with the other apartments...

    If there are no issues with the other apartments in this building, look at what controls the water flow to this unit. Head pressure control valve, isolation valves...
  5. Open rotor is also easier to see with an analog...

    Open rotor is also easier to see with an analog amp meter. I see a lot of techs these days that don't carry one. I don't like relying on the "analog graph" on some digital meters.
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    I agree with Wayne and seee. That is a good...

    I agree with Wayne and seee. That is a good explanation, Lahrs.
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    Definitely a two pass condenser. Imagine where...

    Definitely a two pass condenser. Imagine where the pipe connections would be with a one or three pass condenser. Hint: one pipe on each end.
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    I'm pretty sure this got to me the first I saw it...

    I'm pretty sure this got to me the first I saw it the same way it did just now.
    Thanks.

    Cool avatar Chief.
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    When I was at Trane we had them made at a local...

    When I was at Trane we had them made at a local hose shop.
    That's been at least 15 years ago and I don't remember the details. Just that it was clear and reinforced with nylon.
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    In the early 1980's I was in the Navy on a...

    In the early 1980's I was in the Navy on a Cruiser. When we were on Mediterranean cruises we would sometimes resupply in port. The milk we got then was in single serving boxes, like juice boxes, and...
  11. Man, if just HALF the effort that went into that...

    Man, if just HALF the effort that went into that first post had gone into reading the rules...
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    Lost my Mom 5 years ago. My kids and grandkids...

    Lost my Mom 5 years ago. My kids and grandkids lost their Mom and Grandma last November. On our 21st wedding anniversary. Whenever you think of something nice to say to her (Mom, Wife, Girlfriend),...
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    If somebody was to ask me how to pronounce "STOL"...

    If somebody was to ask me how to pronounce "STOL" I would tell them it's the same as "stall", lol. I believe that is the proper pronunciation.
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    Thank you for those kind words, Terry. It just...

    Thank you for those kind words, Terry.
    It just so happened that the day she passed was also the day of our 21st wedding anniversary. We met and married rather late in life. We were both in our 40s....
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    No pun intended, but I forgot to mention the...

    No pun intended, but I forgot to mention the trouble I sometimes have with my memory.
    As far as sex drive, 3 years ago this summer I was diagnosed with prostate cancer. 2 years ago this past January...
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    Agree with Special-K. Be careful. My wife died...

    Agree with Special-K. Be careful. My wife died from it last November. I also had it, and have not felt the same since. Shortness of breath, and easily tired.
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    I work in a state government office complex. I do...

    I work in a state government office complex. I do my best to keep our IT people the hell away from our BMS computers. Prior to working here (12 years) I was in the field as an OEM chiller tech. I...
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    Check out the YouTube channel "Wild Wonderful...

    Check out the YouTube channel "Wild Wonderful Off-Grid". A young family, he's an electrician by trade, they installed their own solar system using Tesla batteries. Started with a 13KW system and...
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    Carriermechanic goes in to detail in posts 14 and...

    Carriermechanic goes in to detail in posts 14 and 17.
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    I saw it at a drive in too! Double feature with...

    I saw it at a drive in too! Double feature with Patton. In 1970, when they were both released.
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    I thought it was about Loretta Swit too. Then I...

    I thought it was about Loretta Swit too. Then I saw the picture. Didn't recognize who it was. A painting, and not that good (if you ask me) of Sally Kellerman.
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    Nice! Maybe we can get the mods to include...

    Nice!

    Maybe we can get the mods to include these in a library that they're working on.
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    Great document Roadgear! I don't think there is...

    Great document Roadgear!
    I don't think there is anything better than this. Those were built by Honeywell specifically for Trane (proprietary).
    This is a great add for the forum. I was searching the...
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    I used to get those two part numbers confused a...

    I used to get those two part numbers confused a lot. The W7900 is for chilled water control, the W7100 is for discharge air control ( was used a lot for VAV units). They are not interchangeable.
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    Probably a STOL kit. Short Take Off/Landing....

    Probably a STOL kit. Short Take Off/Landing. Military adds some kind of rocket boosters to one of their large cargo planes to do that. I saw it in action at an air show. Very impressive. Allows use...
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    On one hand I regret that I will most likely not...

    On one hand I regret that I will most likely not live to be in the market for an electric truck. I'm 64, only buy used vehicles, have a personal cap of $20,000, and finally, I expect to not buy...
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    I believe the limitations of the power grid is...

    I believe the limitations of the power grid is going to prove to be the biggest obstacle to overcome.
    Next is the superstructure, or the number and placement of charging stations. And the speed of...
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    My local suppliers have worked with me on similar...

    My local suppliers have worked with me on similar issues. When I locate a source we don't have an account with, a supplier will get it from that source and sell it to us on our existing account with...
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    The question asked was "where will they (nuclear...

    The question asked was "where will they (nuclear engineers) come from?"
    They can come from where those engineers come from. It is harder to design for a limited space than it is for a virtually...
  30. Don't overlook Chev's suggestion of a failing...

    Don't overlook Chev's suggestion of a failing sensor. We recently had one on an old YS screw's Solid State Starter.
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    Contractors have been building nuke plants for...

    Contractors have been building nuke plants for the Navy since the 1950's. Currently General Electric builds them for the submarines and Bechtel builds them for the aircraft carriers.
  32. Stat = thermostat.

    Stat = thermostat.
  33. I'm ex Navy and a Star Trek fan, so I can't help...

    I'm ex Navy and a Star Trek fan, so I can't help but think how on those Star Trek shows that feature a Starship Enterprise, the scenes of the models of all past ships named "Enterprise" (usually in...
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    Hey Mike. I don't think anyone meant any harm or...

    Hey Mike. I don't think anyone meant any harm or insult. It's just that responses to threads automatically send out email notices to any past participant in that thread. That can create additional...
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    What shuts it down? BAS Schedule? Satisfies...

    What shuts it down? BAS Schedule? Satisfies setpoint? Other?

    I agree with Jay, and would include the secondary chilled water pump (if it's a primary-secondary system), which Jay alluded to with...
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    RIP icemeister/Charlie.

    RIP icemeister/Charlie.
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    ::DD:::DD: Good one G, lol!

    ::DD:::DD:

    Good one G, lol!
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    I have heard that new Ford trucks spend time...

    I have heard that new Ford trucks spend time (months) sitting in a factory lot(s) waiting for microprocessors. Haven't heard about others, but I would expect something similar, including for cars.
  39. You stated "water in the tank...". Is this an...

    You stated "water in the tank...".

    Is this an open chilled water system? I would be concerned with a BPHE on an open system, due to the possibility of fouling on the water side.

    I will add...
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    It was still listed as an option not too long...

    It was still listed as an option not too long ago. CVHESVU01een has it listed as an option. I don't know about now. I can't remember what the difference looks like between free cooling and hot gas...
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    Thanks ehsx! I was trying to picture something...

    Thanks ehsx! I was trying to picture something more this while trying to remember. But it was like CHOPS mentioned that I had seen talked about.
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    Oh yeah, I remember this now. Thanks CHOPS! I...

    Oh yeah, I remember this now. Thanks CHOPS! I must have read about it on this site, because I now remember a discussion about cleaning those coils.
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    Is the chiller capable of free cooling? I believe...

    Is the chiller capable of free cooling? I believe a while back I saw some literature on such a chiller, but I can't remember the make or model. If this is such a chiller I'd appreciate it if you'd...
  44. Even owner/operators should know how to log their...

    Even owner/operators should know how to log their chiller, and should do it regularly.

    I suggest you call in a service company that is familiar with this model chiller.
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    Was a contract signed for this project? If so,...

    Was a contract signed for this project? If so, what does it say? Both sides should have agreed to it.
  46. Hmmm, funny thing is it's possible I had the same...

    Hmmm, funny thing is it's possible I had the same Service Manager as you, yet we were told that we ALL had to have ladder racks...
  47. I wonder if that ultrasonic leak detector can...

    I wonder if that ultrasonic leak detector can tell the difference between the sound of gas screaming PAST that bellows and screaming OUT of it. I have seen more than one customer claim that he hears...
  48. You guys who work on roofs have my respect. ...

    You guys who work on roofs have my respect. :cheers:
  49. When I got my last truck at Trane, I also removed...

    When I got my last truck at Trane, I also removed a ladder rack. I only carried a 6' stepladder, too. Then when Alabama Trane "merged" with Georgia Trane (more like Alabama Trane absorbed by Georgia...
  50. I don't know about Daikin, but Trane requires ALL...

    I don't know about Daikin, but Trane requires ALL techs carry ladders on racks like this. At least our office did.
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