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41 thoughts on “THE BEER WALK IN HAS A BAD COMPRESSOR

  1. Daniel Tsang says:

    You should have loosened the hose at the pressure control to purge that hose of air after you connected it at the compressor. Now air and moisture have been introduced into the system when it didn't have to be.

  2. john elliott says:

    I swore you said "it's an old crap condensing unit" instead of "Krack." Hahaha. I'm sitting at work so I was listening more than watching at that point. Either way, it gave me a chuckle. :D

  3. ICountFrom0 says:

    Right off the start, using the good words. Your not checking up on your staff, your not making sure they didn't screw up, no, your CONFIRMING. I sometimes wonder if you get how awesome you are.

  4. Drew C says:

    I've always purged lines with nitrogen and while brazing but whys it done when sweating the old lines out? Noticed both hoses are connected also wouldn't it make sense to remove the Schrader out one side and let it flow from the other? Thanks guys 🙏🤙

  5. l wilton says:

    Cleaning the office: I watch you, I don't watch the background. If you were so boring I had to watch the background instead I'd be watching something else. Shelves are for putting things on. If they were all empty, why would you have them in the first place? Moral to the story, don't worry about it.

  6. throttle bottle says:

    "HOW DARE YOU", leak so much gas on the hot swap line change…. 🤣😂🙃
    as opposed to the behemoth multiple rack systems with 500+LBS of gas that leak endlessly, once again the end user and small time folks are paying for the big idiots pocket padding.
    things need to change, but sure not how the "blue donkey way" wants.

  7. throttle bottle says:

    loosen packing, move valve stem, snug packing, do service. repeat any time valve needs moved. it only takes a tiny bit to help break the bond and have refer oil lubricate it. once lubricated it would likely be ok adjusting with it still snug. this assumes a stainless steel shaft and decent packing not ruined previously.
    on potable and non-potable water it's a huge nightmare of debris contamination corrosion/rust and worse. the worst of HVAC/R damage seems very mild in comparison, granted the high pressures are a huge factor! 😵🤠

  8. Tony Williams says:

    I will not change a compressor without a contactor purchased on the same po.

    Purely for warranty. They will always try to claim your negligence for not replacing contactor caused a single phase condition.

  9. emptech says:

    Considering you saw metal shavings when you dumped the old compressor oil, why didn't you flush the system before rebuilding it? Of course, you didn't dump the oil until you were done. Just a thought.
    I always appreciate your videos, always learn something.

    I just rebuilt a semi hermetic compressor, the second one I did, new bearings, oil pump, gaskets, and other goodies. Got my compressor parts from CMP in OK.

    Jim

  10. Jorge Morales says:

    Quick question if anyone can answer would be great. Are you (is he) charging for that dryer filter and sight glass? If so do you just add it to the invoice then tell the customer or do you tell the customer before changing it then adding it the invoice

  11. TheCessnaDriver says:

    As an aircraft mechanic / avionics technician, I definitely appreciate your attention to detail and I can relate to the passion that you have for your craft. Your work is beautiful man. Been a fan of your channel for a couple of years now. Keep up the good work brother! 👍👍👍👍

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