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  1. My Service and Procedure Book-
    Tool List-
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    UEI DL479 Multimeter with temp sensor
    Magnet Jumpers-
    Alligator Jumpers-
    Fieldpiece ST4 Dual Temp Meter
    Fieldpiece Bead K Type Temp Sensor
    Fieldpiece Wet Bulb Temp Sensor
    Fieldpiece TC24 Temp Clamp
    Yellow Jacket Refrigerant Gauge Set
    Refrigerant hoses with valves
    Yellow Jacket Gauge set & hoses
    Yellow Jacket 4 Port Manifold w Hoses
    FieldpieceSMAN360 Digital Manifold Set
    FieldpieceSMAN460 Digital Manifold Set
    Compact Ball Valve for Refrigerant Hose
    QuickDisconnect 90 for refrigerant hose
    JB 6 CFM Vacuum Pump
    Appion Blue 3/8″ to 1/4″ Vacuum Hose
    Appion Red 3/8″ to 1/4″ Vacuum Hose
    Appion Valve Core Removal Tool
    Yellow Jacket 1/4″ by 1/4″ hose
    CPS Vacuum Micron Gauge
    Supco Vacuum Micron Gauge
    RectorSeal Bubble Gas Leak Detector
    UEI DL389 Multimeter
    Air Acetylene Torch setup
    15% Silver Brazing Rods
    Nitrogen Regulator
    Nitrogen Flow Meter

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  2. I just solved my problem with my 1950″s Lennox Furnace with this video. Thank you for all the great videos!

  3. Awesome.. I have a new 2 story house with 2 separate air conditioners on ground floor outside but I accidentally touched the blue and red wire on the upstairs thermostat and now nothing works upstairs but the downstairs is fine. I guess i need to change that 3 amp fuse now, is that located in the attic on the heater board or the air conditioner outside? Thank u

  4. Excellent tutorial. I asked a guy years ago how he knew the tstat was failed, he said, ‘I jumped it’ and I assumed but didn’t know that meant (esp with multiple wires, and why). It makes sense if something is simply not turning on. If it starts/stops w/o hitting temp, I assume that is on furnace side?

  5. A service guy came and told me the first stage heat pump does not work because he could not feel the heat when touching the tube. Do you have a video to check which heat pump has problems in the two-stage electric AC+furnace system?

  6. My thermostat is set for 60 degrees at 3 am. The thermostat still runs at 68. Is the thermostat unrepairable? How long does a thermostat last? 10 years?

  7. What’s wrong when the thermostat works on fan only ? When put on auto the ac and the heat don’t work. It does nothing, no sounds or anything

  8. P L A Y Power check, Load check, All your switches, Your lines. Not the best acronym, but it’s honestly super effective for troubleshooting electrical issues. Start simple, and eliminate the simple stuff before moving onto more complex stuff. Obviously you use your common sense to skip steps, like spotting a burned connection or hearing a motor make nightmare sounds.

  9. Having problems with the air conditioning sometimes when it is on there is no cool air coming out..had a wellness ck up in june..guys said outside unit was fine just needed cleaning.. But once in awhile it seems the spark doesnt start the cool air..we turn it off for 10 mins..the on and it will start..could it be its not firing up correctly?

  10. I helped the fan by spinning it manually. It slowly turns on. Air is still humid. Not blowing cool. I turn the furnace off, but the fan still sounds like its on and it doesn’t spin.

    Would this be a thermostat problem?

  11. Thank you for saving me a costly service visit! Your suggestion of tapping the R and G wires helped me confirm a bad thermostat! Thank you for taking the time to produce easy to follow instructional videos with detailed explanations that don’t require hvac training to understand!

  12. Hi I have problem whith my termostat, it turn on no automatic just on and when I change the automatic it works. But when comes to the right temperature inside doesn’t turn off, and when turn off try to turn on again but sounds only a click on it and dosnt start. Can you help me please ?🙏

  13. My ac wasn’t blowing cold so I had a tech recharge the refrigerant. It helped but now, a week later, whenever I switch the thermostat from ON to Auto, the fan doesn’t blow. Any suggestions?

  14. What if my thermostat is off, but a/c continues to run? I have to pull the themostat from the wall to turn off the a/c.

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