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27 thoughts on “Emergency compressor change out start to finish

  1. Rolando Delapaz says:

    Wow it's a great job 👏 i love this work. I am also working AC Technician here in Saudi Arabia. I always watching HVAC video. In off in my duty. I have many idea and troubleshooting techniques. Thanks you sir and God bless.

  2. Tim the car guy says:

    Couple questions. What is that sprayer ? Do you let your recovery machine run after the unit is empty? And why did you put flux on the joints before you unsweat? And what camera are you using ? Does your camera clip to your shirt or something

  3. Greg Mercil says:

    Oh so YOU’RE the NorCal Dave that the Overtime crew have talked about. Now I know where the term “pluggo buggo” came from, I use that one a lot. Love your humor. Anyways, consider me subscribed and greetings from the So Cal high desert.

  4. CRUZ ROBLEDO says:

    Should move torch away from where you are brazing ( Good practice ) also should consider having a fire extinguisher at arms reach just as a safety issue ( Good practice too ) Not sure you checked temperature on compressor as to say that compressor needed to be cool down before considering replacing it. Thanks for the well explained video!

  5. Toufik Matib says:

    hello Dave thank you for sharing all this amazing video , I got question for you ,I m a new tecnicien i just want if you can explain to me the best ways to check for compressor burn out ,step by step
    again thank you so much

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