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Nov 2019
Best Practices when Changing a Compressor
Asking a series of questions of the equipment owner is an easy way to start pinpointing problems.
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Nov 2019
Do You Peform CO Testing?
Are we ready to keep our customers and ourselves safe?
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Nov 2019
Sizing Geothermal Retrofits
Using the ASHRAE Modifi ed Degree Day Energy Estimating Formula to calculate heat loss.
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Nov 2019
MSAC Hotline: R-410A Phaseout
I just spoke to a fellow contractor who told me he just saw a mini-split with R-32 in it. Do you have any information on this? Is R-410A being replaced?
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Nov 2019
Troubleshooting: Condensing Temperature Lower than Outdoor Temperature
In this troubleshooting situation, you arrive at a residential comfort cooling service call and the customer complaint is insufficient cooling on a seven year- old, 3-ton heat pump split system.
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Nov 2019
Leading Off: Preparation—You Never Know When You’ll Need It
Most people have a vision or plan for the things that they want to accomplish. Almost always things never go just like we want them to. That is where preparation becomes important.
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Nov 2019
Heating Up: Undeniable Passion of our Members
I attended my first RSES Conference as the editor of RSES Journal in the beginning of October. (I’ve attended RSES Conferences before but that was a long time ago.)
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Oct 2019
Beware of 'Ghost Voltage'
“GHOST VOLTAGE” is a term that’s sometimes used by service techs to explain a phenomenon where they measure voltage that they don’t expect or when the voltage they see doesn’t do the work they expect. More advanced techs know how to use the Lo-Z (i.e., low impedance) mode on their voltmeter, if it has that feature, to help eliminate the confusion.
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Oct 2019
Using Performance Curves as a Service Tool
Often when servicing an HVACR system, the technician finds himself in a situation where the compressor's apparent performance is questionable.
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Oct 2019
Defrosting Refrigerated Coils
There are three methods to defrost systems such as refrigerated cases, reach-in and walk-in coolers and freezers.
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