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Old 09-09-2010, 04:47 AM   #31
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quote I'm guessing the gentleman who asked the PSIG question was looking for a ball park figure. I'm also guessing his 410A system has a TXV. I'm also guessing he doesn't have a wet bulb thermometer end arrow rod quote

I have three different types of wet bulb thermos. Beenthere, the MOERATOR who kind enough not to BAN your butt, is equally as well equipped.

I also own a surgeon's instrument bag, but you don't see me telling folks I am practicing medicine.

Just cause you have a few hvac tools does not make you a pro either.

I have thirty years of experience to back up the the interpretation of the readings I take.

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Old 09-09-2010, 05:38 PM   #32
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I've got thousands of hours of training. Thousands and thousands of hours working. Lots and lots of tools and meters(more thousands and thousands). So I can do more then say. Yep the pressures look good. Don't know why it isn't cooling like you want. Must just be you.

Guess I wasted all that time and money.
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been . you can also use the other term.. The unit is doing all it can do
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Whatever happened to "Beer can cold"??
Good for the "basic" techs.
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been . You can also use the other term.. The unit is doing all it can do

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I would like to close this thread. Its now getting useless and all I wanted was some specific information on my HVAC with this forum and not repair. Information is very useful when dealing with subs....etc...Goodbye..and thank you.
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