Tom Greenleaf wrote:Click on the 'Knowledge Base" above for a wealth of info and should have fundamentals of how a system should work,
When you get the condenser wet, vent temperature is likely to raise. This is normal. You'll also note pressure drop in both gauges.
Tom Greenleaf wrote:That's a mistake/typo. Pls tell me where it is and I'll try to fix that. Output temps will go down with water on condenser which is all important to getting the most out of a system.
I can make my own vehicle fog the windows on the hottest days and prefer to work outdoors over unshaded asphalt which is much hotter than the day's forecast temp.
Neat items I use are the silly in/out temp things that are usually fast and can set one on dashboard and another if needed in front of grille. Wanna spend some big bucks get an infrared thermo but the cheap ones can work but can mess you up if windy or just have an attitude
Just go easy or get help. Mistakes can cost you a fortune,
Tom Greenleaf wrote:Two calories per change of state.
Tom Greenleaf wrote:Change of state: Water for example is both or either liquid or ice at 32F! To change from either to the other without changing the temp takes TWO calories then it's one to one.
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