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What do you guys think about this one?

Discussion in 'Residential' started by Valleycoastjoshua, Jun 3, 2017.

  1. HMD

    HMD does it matter?

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    just because it's 22 doesnt make it evil.

    lots of good suggestions, especially airflow
     
  2. jamesyarbrough

    jamesyarbrough Amateur Gynecologist

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    I never seen cfm measurements or for sure metering device. Im gonna reread the thread cause all i noticed was 22° delta t.
     
  3. Texas-Tech

    Texas-Tech Official Geezer*

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    Seen that too, right where the lineset turns up inside the wall from the condenser
     
  4. jamesyarbrough

    jamesyarbrough Amateur Gynecologist

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    Ok im back. Gonna call bullshit on the fix36d orifice because you added refrigerant and suction didnt change. Also because it has crazy high head and is still running 10° of sh.

    I think its a dirty coil with a txv. Low load it causing the txv to close.



    Or its a leaker and some moron mixed refrigerant.
     
  5. pintofstout

    pintofstout New Member

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    Crazy high head? Thought he said 110 degree saturated?


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  6. jamesyarbrough

    jamesyarbrough Amateur Gynecologist

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    I thought he said 275 psig with 80°f ambient temp
     
  7. Daryl_Dixon

    Daryl_Dixon New Member

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    Is "calling bullshit" like calling someone a liar?

    Just curious.

    If so, he'll probably walk and this exclusive club will stay super exclusive.

    :lachen:
     
  8. jamesyarbrough

    jamesyarbrough Amateur Gynecologist

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    No im not calling him a liar. But rheem coils are ****ed up and they hide the txv. I have sseen alot of them that i thought were pistons be txvs. You damn neer have to pull the coil to check.
     
  9. Daryl_Dixon

    Daryl_Dixon New Member

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    Yes, I've seen this too. Now that you've explained, OP has an opportunity to learn. :loltard:
     
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  10. Zman

    Zman Hanging by a Thread

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    73 Return,55 Supply!Pretty Good TD.How could it be indoor Airflow over the Coil?
     
  11. pintofstout

    pintofstout New Member

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    Ok somehow i got 110 saturated with 80 amb. 275 is 125, that's a bit high. Maybe 15 or twenty degrees over what I'd be looking for.


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  12. pintofstout

    pintofstout New Member

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    I think this things running fine but the fan is kicking off


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  13. jamesyarbrough

    jamesyarbrough Amateur Gynecologist

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    ****ing old wore out fan motor is getting hot and kicking out on internal. And giving us hell finding out.

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