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Thanks for the input. Temp is well above...

Thanks for the input. Temp is well above freezing. Ill disconect the hose the try to squirt...if same result...I will replace motor
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1998 toyota Tocoma wiper motor

Hello, This morning my wiper fluid barely got to the bottom of the windshield, I assume the motor is going out. I checked and it appears I just need a new motor....couldnt find a pump? I assume this...
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Posted By gmichaelp

TV cable eye sore

Hello, I mounted my TV in a room about 5 ft up. The electrical cable plug in is near the baseboard. I looked a t Depot for a cover to conceal this cable...they carry no such item. I know I have seen...
08-18-06, 06:32 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

I was curious cause I seen equipment only for...

I was curious cause I seen equipment only for sale and it comes to about 1k per ton on package units.
08-17-06, 12:40 PM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Commercial HVAC pricing

Any Pros out there who have commercial experience hopefully can help. For insurance purposes I was looking at a "ball park" for pricing equipment. Not installitation, just the pieces. For example....
08-16-06, 10:38 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

If its humming...sounds like your getting 24v....

If its humming...sounds like your getting 24v. Its probably gonna need a new capicator.
08-15-06, 10:47 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

If there is a little water in there..the fan can...

If there is a little water in there..the fan can blow or pull water elsewhere. If you look at other posts, there have been similar problems. After you clean your lines..all should be good.
08-15-06, 07:20 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Yes, your suppose to have two drain lines. If one...

Yes, your suppose to have two drain lines. If one gets clogged up..the other one comes into play. It appears your primary drain is clogged . If your 2nd one is connected to your drain pan..the pan...
08-11-06, 08:15 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Very interesting info indeed. :cool:

Very interesting info indeed. :cool:
08-11-06, 06:53 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Hey Grady...no problem. After I submitted my...

Hey Grady...no problem. After I submitted my initial post, I started chuckiling thinking...ok..here comes the EPA "lecture" Should of Phrased it better. Freon is regualted for a reason..we all must...
08-10-06, 12:53 PM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Thanks for your answer. Helped a lot.

Thanks for your answer. Helped a lot.
08-10-06, 11:59 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Both parts are very inexpensive and easy to...

Both parts are very inexpensive and easy to install. You may want to check w/ an HVAC supply store. Just mark the wires and mark down where they go, and get exact replacement parts..you shouldnt have...
08-10-06, 07:46 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

I am universal certified, although its been years...

I am universal certified, although its been years since I even bought refrigerant. I asked because a friend installed a new 5 ton 14 seer at his place and said it was charged w/18lbs, I just thought...
08-10-06, 07:03 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Yes it is an "easy fix" You can get one for under...

Yes it is an "easy fix" You can get one for under $20. Inside the furnace you can see the old one. little square looking thing w/ colored wires coming out of both ends. One side prob white and black...
08-10-06, 06:54 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

You can check at the circuit board in your...

You can check at the circuit board in your furnace. Meter set on volts, touch one probe to the "R" other probe to the Common. THis is live voltage so be careful. If you dont feel comfortable ask...
08-09-06, 03:44 PM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Sounds like your transformer is bad. Someone w/ a...

Sounds like your transformer is bad. Someone w/ a little more experience will reply soon w/ other possibilities.
08-09-06, 03:16 PM
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Posted By gmichaelp

If you turn the fan to the "on" position does it...

If you turn the fan to the "on" position does it blow any air?
08-09-06, 01:30 PM
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Posted By gmichaelp

How much freon??

Is there an "average" rule on how much freon a unit can hold per ton? example...2 lbs per every ton?
08-09-06, 07:32 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Ouside unit suddenly stopped

Thanks for looking. Split system, 2 years old 3 ton unit. Inside is blowing hot air. Outside condenser fan motor AND compressor do nothing. Cheked 24 volt..coil is energized. 230 entering and...
08-03-06, 03:03 PM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Depends on where you live. If you use your A/C...

Depends on where you live. If you use your A/C more, returns in ceiling would be better. If you use your heat more, near the floor is better.
08-03-06, 11:57 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

yeah, most blowers have multiple speeds, depends...

yeah, most blowers have multiple speeds, depends how it is wired.
08-03-06, 11:45 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Is your blower motor wired the same way as his?

Is your blower motor wired the same way as his?
08-03-06, 07:31 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

Sounds like it is just your transformer. you can...

Sounds like it is just your transformer. you can by one for $20 or so and install it yourself, real easy. Did you take readings w/ your meter to see if the secondary was getting 24v?
08-02-06, 10:23 AM
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Posted By gmichaelp

your previous post, it wasnt the sensing bulb he...

your previous post, it wasnt the sensing bulb he suggesting splicing, if you do that, you let gas out its broke. He somehow rigged the thermostat to one side of the contactor to control it that way....
08-01-06, 03:46 PM
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Posted By gmichaelp

The only thing you can do on your settings is to...

The only thing you can do on your settings is to lower it to as cold as it will go and put your fan on a lower speed so it will remove more humidity and run longer. Also drop your set point. SOmeone...
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