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3-1 Start Kit, Fire Danger? Do techs use them regularly?


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#21 DurhamAppliance

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Posted 08 February 2013 - 03:13 PM




we call them damaged pins , there is still something to work with

broken is sort of fatal , unless you do the old brazing rod and torch , and tack it back on

I have to agree, "damaged" is probably a more accurate description. I apologize for the confusion but I think most of us are saying the same thing but using different words.
 


Edited by DurhamAppliance, 09 February 2013 - 05:41 PM.

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Posted 09 February 2013 - 12:53 PM

  3-N-1 kits....................Do I install or Do I not install...That is the question...............This is like.................  Democrats, sit over there and Republicans  sit over on that side..........Gun owners over there ....Anti gun, sit some where else................Martinis, Shaken not Stirred................I install one as needed........After testing the compressor with a Supco, Meg-o-meter..........Measure the start amps and the run amps...............Test with a factory start pak, ( got a box of used, known good paks ).....AND it still will not start.......I install a Supco P/N RCO 810.. ...(or the Supco with the run cap wires, forgot the P/N )............. The customer it told that the compressor is on 'Life Support'.......... Gives them time to save for a new refer ....Around here the old one is move to the garage and is now a 'Beer-N-Bait'  cooler...................... Did a call a few days ago, refer leaking water..Spun the unit around to fix the water line and what do i spy????  A 3-N-1 pak I installed 3 years ago... ( fixed at the home but now at her beauty shop ).........Gotta have the 'Big Kahunas' to put your name and date on the back of the unit.......






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