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Place these in the correct order of sequence of installation process
When checking the refrigerant charge, you should let the system operate for?
You can verify airflow by?
When using the Electric heat method one formula you can use is?
If you clock a gas meter and you record 57 seconds. How many cubic feet of gas is the furnace consuming?
Technical info can be found where?
When checking superheat. Superheat is the amount of heat added to the refrigerant above its boiling point (saturation temperature)?
What range of super heat should you see on a properly working expansion valve?
Calculate the CFM of the following information. 241v, 39 amps, 35 degree temperature split?
Calculate the cfm of the following furnace. The meter clocked at 65 secs per cubic foot, the btu content is 1050, and its an 80% efficient furnace. Once the you have your calculated input multiple your calculated input by .80 to get output information. And you measured a 43 degree temp split.
What is subcooling?
You should pressure test a system with nitrogen above the systems normal operating pressures?
What benefits do we get from using nitrogen during the brazing process?
Your return static on a fan coil should not exceed
When you are checking static pressure on a gas furnace? You should check your static pressure at which points?
We should change our vacuum pump oil after each use?
When taking your temperatures to check the capacity of the unit, where should you take them?
We need this information to calculate the required superheat for the system?
You always need to validate airflow before the charge can be checked?
Will I practice what I have learned today? And do my best to represent my industry as a professional?