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    Many, many years ago I read most of Agatha...

    Many, many years ago I read most of Agatha Christie's novels that featured Hercule Poirot. I may give this a shot, but I haven't even watched any of the BBC's series, starring David Suchet. He's...
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    In spite of what I said, I think this most likely.

    In spite of what I said, I think this most likely.
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    Wikipedia will tell you that limpet mines are...

    Wikipedia will tell you that limpet mines are sometimes placed by hand. And it has pictures of them. They're pretty small, so I imagine that some type of "gun" could be made to shoot them. Consider...
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    And Thank You!

    And Thank You!
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    Yeah. He must be some kinda bored.

    Yeah. He must be some kinda bored.
  6. Since a storm may have been involved, get your...

    Since a storm may have been involved, get your homeowner's insurance company involved. Your equipment damage may be covered. My Dad and Stepmom had most major appliances replaced by their insurance...
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    Would the mods PLEASE review the OP's membership?

    Would the mods PLEASE review the OP's membership?
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    I have not watched it yet, but that Youtube video...

    I have not watched it yet, but that Youtube video was published in August 2015.
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    I hope to rejoin this discussion in a day or two....

    I hope to rejoin this discussion in a day or two.
    I'm currently dealing with a very sore right shoulder and upper arm and neck. May be nerve damage, don't know. Going to see the Doc later this...
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    Agreed.

    Agreed.
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    Agreed.

    Agreed.
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    Navy Fleet spokesperson denies this. Says there...

    Navy Fleet spokesperson denies this. Says there WAS a tarp on Friday, it was removed Saturday morning, Trump arrived in Japan sometime Saturday.
    I believe his speech was on Monday.
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    No.

    No.
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    As an ex-Navy guy (1979-1985), the problems with...

    As an ex-Navy guy (1979-1985), the problems with the Ford have been very frustrating.

    And then there's the Zumwalt Class destroyer.

    And the Littoral Class Ships (LCS), both variants; The...
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    The new ammunition elevators are still being...

    The new ammunition elevators are still being dialed in. I think that two, maybe three have passed all the tests. Out of, I think, seven. And this is just on the Ford.
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    Also, different aircraft require different levels...

    Also, different aircraft require different levels of thrust from the catapults. So, the catapults have to be adjusted. These adjustments are able to be made quicker with the electric cats than with...
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    Is the purpose of the first pic to show where the...

    Is the purpose of the first pic to show where the pipe originally was? Looks like foam that was against the pipe insulation, before the pipe moved.
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    Expansion tanks not pressurized. They should have...

    Expansion tanks not pressurized. They should have a positive pressure on them. I would start with the water make-up station. Verify proper operation of it.
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    One of the first actions on a chiller call should...

    One of the first actions on a chiller call should be to check water flow. 14 posts in and I have yet to see any numbers on that. Entering and leaving, pressure and temperature. And that's just for...
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    Why is a chiller being troubleshot (?) and...

    Why is a chiller being troubleshot (?) and chilled water temperature hasn't even been mentioned? Jayguy alluded to it, twice (!) and we still don't know. Or have I just missed it?
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    And yet again, a question where make, model, and...

    And yet again, a question where make, model, and serial number would help.
  22. I once lived on Gay Street. In efficiency...

    I once lived on Gay Street.
    In efficiency apartments called Gay Manor.
    Then, years later while in the Navy, I knew a Chief Gay.
  23. After seeing the Single screw image, I can see...

    After seeing the Single screw image, I can see why anyone would misunderstand your question! I also thought you were asking about single compressor vs dual compressors. Not the number of rotors in...
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    Agreed! Hence the quotation marks. My attempt to...

    Agreed! Hence the quotation marks. My attempt to use sarcasm, lol.
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    As a pessimist, I expect to see this get even...

    As a pessimist, I expect to see this get even worse, at an increasing rate. Newer, replacement refrigerants coming out more frequently. Newer, "better", more "ecologically friendly", and more...
  26. Do some alternators have the rectifier (diode...

    Do some alternators have the rectifier (diode bridge, I think) built in, and others have the rectifier external? I seem to remember reading that several years ago. Maybe OP's alternator no longer has...
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    I always thought TAB was a part of commissioning....

    I always thought TAB was a part of commissioning. Or, is that just startups on all the equipment, followed by a building walkthrough?

    In my experience, startups were often performed before systems...
  28. Assuming it's a closed chilled water system, I...

    Assuming it's a closed chilled water system, I would follow York's recommendation on eddy current frequency and only pull the evaporator heads then. Unless I suspected problems, of course.
  29. Google "residential chillers". There are more...

    Google "residential chillers". There are more options available than most people would think.
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    This is why model and serial numbers are helpful....

    This is why model and serial numbers are helpful. At least enough of it to identify what it is.
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    I think that is Positive or Negative Temperature...

    I think that is Positive or Negative Temperature Coefficient. I also think your memory just needed a jog. :grin2:
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    If memory serves, I believe that just means that...

    If memory serves, I believe that just means that in the discovery process (of connecting TechView) this item was discovered out of its normal sequence. It doesn't affect operation, and can be...
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    It sounds early in the "investigation" to be...

    It sounds early in the "investigation" to be assigning blame for the failure, and accusations that nobody is standing behind their service and/or product.
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    Also, any isolation valves on the chilled water...

    Also, any isolation valves on the chilled water should be controlled by the chiller. I heard of a bundle ruptured by freeze damage due to the isolation valves were controlled by building controls...
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    Good post, David. Thanks.

    Good post, David. Thanks.
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    Are there any other loads besides the "main air...

    Are there any other loads besides the "main air handlers"? If yes (such as fan coil units), don't forget to check those.

    Is this a new system? Has it been online before (successfully)?
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    I remember reading somewhere a while back that...

    I remember reading somewhere a while back that the government had done a study on this. And that nothing had come of it. No recommendations were followed.

    I definitely believe our power grid...
  38. The Honeywell people that I know have all been...

    The Honeywell people that I know have all been there at least 30 years. I believe that says something, at least about the local office. I know two that left in that time. One left for a different...
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    The first benchgrinders actually date pretty far...

    The first benchgrinders actually date pretty far back. At least to the 1950s. With R11 or R113. I believe they were CTV's, or CenTraVac.
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    You may be confusing the PCV with the CVHA. CVHA...

    You may be confusing the PCV with the CVHA. CVHA included smaller benchgrinders with R113, and larger sidewinders with R11.

    I believe there were larger benchgrinders with R11 and pneumatic...
  41. :cheers: (Since "Like This Post" doesn't work...

    :cheers:
    (Since "Like This Post" doesn't work for me)
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    :cheers:
  43. Thanks! And since I'm in a sharing mood today, ...

    Thanks!
    And since I'm in a sharing mood today,

    :cheers:
  44. This thread has inspired me to create a signature...

    This thread has inspired me to create a signature line. It once belonged to RichardL, who passed away a couple of years ago. One of the members here for whom I had the utmost respect.
  45. This is now one of my favorite threads since I...

    This is now one of my favorite threads since I joined up!

    My thanks to all ya'll who helped this old guy learn about something that he thought he already knew!

    :cheers:
  46. I do believe it's the last item listed that is...

    I do believe it's the last item listed that is the missing link for me! Thanks, Daniel.

    Since energy can be neither created or destroyed, I just knew that some of the energy used had to be...
  47. Well then, I won't be doing that after all. I...

    Well then, I won't be doing that after all. I don't have the time or the patience for that, plus I don't want to lock down the chilled water valve or VFD for the time it would take.
    OK, I will do...
  48. Man, I'm getting a headache, lol. There are...

    Man, I'm getting a headache, lol.

    There are some good references quoted here, but I'm still having trouble wrapping my brain around the idea that all off a motor's energy use is converted to...
  49. Thanks! That was well put! :cheers:

    Thanks! That was well put!
    :cheers:
  50. Can you provide a link, or screenshot? I do not...

    Can you provide a link, or screenshot? I do not believe all energy input is converted to sensible heat gain.
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