Two Ways to Hook Gauges up to a Heat Pump technology connections heat pump

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Joe H 24/02/2022 - 3:18 Chiều

What about in cooling mode—what's different?

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B YENZER1 24/02/2022 - 3:18 Chiều

The video is cryptic. He doesn't SPECIFICALLY clarify WHERE the TXV is, AND is NOT, that he is talking about. Many heat pump systems have TWO TXV'S, (One at the indoor air handler, and the other outdoors, inside the CONDENSING unit.) BUT, IF the condensing unit has a piston on the SMALLER LINE, it will have a flare nut to access the piston. With pistons, you put the red hose on the LARGER line DURING HEATING MODE.

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Jess Hardacre 24/02/2022 - 3:18 Chiều

I'm confused now. Why do you put the high side on the high side in heat mode if it's a txv but on the low side if it's a piston

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moeselec 24/02/2022 - 3:18 Chiều

Very simple ,thanks for the tip.
Can you please show us how to check superheat and Subcooling in heating mode.

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Brandon Woodhull 24/02/2022 - 3:18 Chiều

That whole it's threaded if it is a TXV valve or soldered if it has a piston is completely wrong I worked on Goodman's. carriers. Trains. it doesnt matter. best thing is to look in the air handler if you see a TXV then you got a TXV if not then you have a piston

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Jason Bouchard 24/02/2022 - 3:18 Chiều

Can u explain why?

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K M 24/02/2022 - 3:18 Chiều

Why?

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texture6 24/02/2022 - 3:18 Chiều

Nice

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