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  1. #14
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    plus tax, my cost.
    But that is Canadian.
    Last edited by Dad; 08-23-2019 at 02:26 PM.

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    Worth hammering to.


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    Alas, beating the crap out of it with a big hammer did not work.... time for a new compressor...


    Thanks everyone for your thoughts and feedback.
    May the power of the Moose be with you all...

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    Have you contacted Unison Tech Support, i have a phone number if you need?

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    Does anyone have a good diagram for Hurricane clips for Trane RTU's. 8.5 ton
    the vendor can't get them for me until later next week, Crane is coming Monday.
    My sheetmetal guy can make them for me?

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by beahrdog View Post
    Alas, beating the crap out of it with a big hammer did not work.... time for a new compressor...


    Thanks everyone for your thoughts and feedback.
    May the power of the Moose be with you all...
    Haha, well at least the hammering probably made you feel better! May the Moose be with you too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joe p View Post
    Does anyone have a good diagram for Hurricane clips for Trane RTU's. 8.5 ton
    the vendor can't get them for me until later next week, Crane is coming Monday.
    My sheetmetal guy can make them for me?

    thanks
    Joe,

    You shouls start your own thread. No one will see you post here.
    Can someone please explain to me -
    Why is there never enough time to do it right the first time, but plenty of time to do it twice?


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  9. #22
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    You should add some more pressure ports when you install the new compressor.

    One on liquid at the txv. The txv must have taken it out.

    It’s probably been bypassing the whole time. Thats why your suction and discharge temp are high.

    Might add another port on the suction right at the evap.


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  10. #23
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    The units has ports galore.. so no worries there.
    According to Copeland, it’s be 6 weeks before I can get one..

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    How are you running a 460V compressor in Canada? Is this installed at some industrial plant? No wonder it is 6 weeks. If it was 575V, you could probably pick one up.

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    I’d call it heavy commercial. But 460 isn’t too uncommon around here.

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    replace the TXV with the compressor.

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