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video start 00:07
hvacr brain rambling 00:58
equipment stand completion 05:22
uh they shipped the wrong coil 06:18
Sporlan BQ TEV kit 07:59
brazing in the tev 10:23
equipment recovery with FieldPiece 13:23
evacuation with FieldPiece 14:21
liquid level check 17:25
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  1. Floyd Davis says:

    I’m not a refrigeration guy I am a residential 99% of the time. The blue tool you had. Is that to energize the coil or magnetized the coil so it can open? What is the purpose of that?

  2. Justin Webb says:

    On the defrost, are you breaking the liquid line solenoid on the evap cooler? So that it will go into pump down. Or is it something other than pump down control?

  3. Jake Steel says:

    This is now one of my favorite tutorials from you for two reasons.

    Data data data and documentation, maybe meaningless now but might help diagnosing something later for a baseline… Then "don't give people something to talk bad about you you later" because they do and will to make themselves look better to the customer. Both are simple things to improve your reputation and branding.

  4. James Kennedy says:

    Just asking, not downing nothing. Wasn't your numbers off and what would it have taken to get the AC Unit at the proper Run settings? Also, why haven't you changed over to INDUCTION when it come's to Braze Welding. You would get a better Weld Joint in my opinion, would you? Why did you recover when you could've just released Refrigerant to the out side? Isn't this Propane Refrigerant? Thanks for sharing your knowledge with me. It is Appreciated.

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