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May 2016
Troubleshooting: A Comfort Cooling System that is Not Performing
In this month’s Troubleshooting problem, the equipment that needs servicing is a split system and the refrigerant flow control is handled via an electronic expansion valve (EEV) shown in Figure 1.
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Mar 2016
Troubleshooting: A Follow-Up on a Refrigeration Recharge
In this month’s troubleshooting problem, you are technician No. 3. Technician No. 1 reported that they found this R-134a walk-in cooler that had been dormant for an extended period of time before its re-start, running with very low refrigerant pressures on both the suction and discharge sides.
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Feb 2016
Troubleshooting: A Small Commercial Unitary
Email your real-life troubleshooting problem—along with the ultimate solution you found—to jim@techtrainassoc.com. Be sure to include as much supporting documentation as possible—wiring diagrams, model/serial numbers, etc. If your problem is published, you will be rewarded with a free heat-pump training video, “Uncomplicating the Heat Pump: Refrigeration and Air Flow Systems.”
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Jan 2016
Troubleshooting: A Heat Pump that is Not Performing at Full Capacity
Email your real-life troubleshooting problem—along with the ultimate solution you found—to jim@techtrainassoc.com. Be sure to include as much supporting documentation as possible— wiring diagrams, model/serial numbers, etc. If your problem is published, you will be rewarded with a free heat-pump training video, “Uncomplicating the Heat Pump: Refrigeration and Air Flow Systems.”
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Dec 2015
Troubleshooting: A Follow-up on a Heat Pump Repair
This month’s troubleshooting problem involves a twoyear- old, 4-ton heat pump that was originally repaired during the summer in response to a “no cooling” complaint. At that time, a failed reversing valve was replaced.
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Oct 2015
Troubleshooting: A Gas Furnace That Will Not Fire
This month, we have a customer who wants their furnace checked before the heating season starts. The house was vacant for an extended period of time before they purchased it during the summer, at which time the split system was started, checked for proper air flow and refrigeration system performance.
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Sep 2015
Troubleshooting: The Excessively Expensive Heat Pump
Your role in this month’s troubleshooting problem is a follow-up to visits by other technicians who responded to this customer’s complaint about the cost of operating their heat pump during the winter.
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Aug 2015
Troubleshooting: A Heat Pump That Is Blowing Warm Air in August
In this month’s troubleshooting problem, you are responding to a customer’s request for service because their heat pump is “blowing warm air.” The outdoor ambient is 85°F and the humidity is 75%.
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Jul 2015
Troubleshooting: A Package Unit That is Not Cooling
Email your real-life troubleshooting problem—along with the ultimate solution you found—to jim@techtrainassoc.com. Be sure to include as much supporting documentation as possible— wiring diagrams, model/serial numbers, etc.
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Jun 2015
Troubleshooting: A Follow-up on a Compressor Diagnosis
Email your real-life troubleshooting problem—along with the ultimate solution you found—to jim@techtrainassoc.com. Be sure to include as much supporting documentation as possible— wiring diagrams, model/serial numbers, etc. If your problem is published, you will be rewarded with a free heat-pump training video, “Uncomplicating the Heat Pump: Refrigeration and Air Flow Systems.”
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Beginning with basic theory and extending to complex troubleshooting, training courses covering refrigeration and air conditioning, heating, electricity, controls, heat pumps and safety may be conducted in a classroom environment or though self study. RSES publications may be purchased by schools, contractors, manufacturers or any other industry group wanting to conduct comprehensive training programs. Seminars covering air conditioning troubleshooting, electrical troubleshooting, compressor training, condenser training, refrigerant piping practices, DDC controls, and more are held in various cities across North America.

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