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What do you think

Discussion in 'Commercial' started by Texas-Tech, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. Texas-Tech

    Texas-Tech Official Geezer*

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    I have this
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    connected to this
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    seems a little far fetched to me but what do you think
     
  2. Texas-Tech

    Texas-Tech Official Geezer*

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    No bites eh, ok a little more info
    I looked up the air handler on google but it doesn't come up
    Condenser has two compressors teed into one ckt at the evap. The pressures were about the same on each ckt, 114/450
    sh 19
    sc 22
    Unit throws codes and locks out almost every day on the same codes..low sstb, current draw excessive, head pressure. A051, T051, T121. T122 and a couple more.

    The condenser is a micro channel coil and it has 20° sub cooling:shocked:
    evap is running about 38°
    evap coil is dirty as hell which we will clean and maybe we can remove some freon after that.
     
  3. HMD

    HMD does it matter?

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    i remove the damn pc board and go relay logic
     
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  4. Texas-Tech

    Texas-Tech Official Geezer*

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    I wish I could
     
  5. Texas-Tech

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    can you tell how old that unit is by the serial number?
     
  6. HMD

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    consumer had a 10t split air cooled liebert with a computer.
    ripped it out and used a low voltage stat to fire relays to bring in the contactors
    added new pressuretrols, done
     
  7. HMD

    HMD does it matter?

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    ask methusalah
     
  8. Texas-Tech

    Texas-Tech Official Geezer*

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    :chairshot:
     
  9. Texas-Tech

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    who dat, Dennis the blue oval guru
     
  10. HMD

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    air handler is probably 1970, 10 ton
     
  11. HMD

    HMD does it matter?

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    nooooooo, the resident greeter
     
  12. Texas-Tech

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    I hope not cuz there are 2 big ole copelands pumping through one ckt and another old ass carrier pumping through the other ckt
     
  13. Texas-Tech

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    shit, he don't know shit
     
  14. HMD

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    i've taught him everything he knows, and he still dont know anything
     
  15. Texas-Tech

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    Looks like it might be a 2006 unit
     
  17. HMD

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    :thumb:
     
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    :boid::boid::boid::boid::boid:
     
  20. Ballvalve79

    Ballvalve79 It's only fire what could go wrong

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    Look at the galvanized finish there I bet that unit is older than a 1970. We have a carrier nerd at the local distributor I can have him run the numbers if you want me to.