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EU7000 4 ton A/C Video


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...I have some grommets but I am worried about vibration ultimately cutting through the grommet, heat shrink, and ultimately the wire...
My experience has been that a dose of your favorite silicone sealant in the grommet groove and then on both sides of the grommet where it meets the metal will greatly reduce the chances of "cutting through".
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My experience has been that a dose of your favorite silicone sealant in the grommet groove and then on both sides of the grommet where it meets the metal will greatly reduce the chances of "cutting through".
Great idea. Thanks.
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My old Amana refridgerator draws 350 watts running, is on 10 minutes off ~ 20 minutes.

At "no-load" my house pulls ~ 49 watts, about 12 of that is the alarm (likely bat charging).
Just a thought- is that watts or VA? 350 watts sounds like a lot, but 350 VA seems reasonable...
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No it's 350 watts. Didn't have a kill-a-watt meter at the time, so I calibrated and used utility meter to measure it , spinning wheel type. Think that was without the 19 watt defrost.

It's an avacado green one bought in 80's . Only had to replace electrical thermostat, it was short cycling compressor for some reason, runs perfect now.
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Fridge's old compressor must be built like a tank, think it was short cycling for few years before I figured out lights dimming was me. Would click off, wait minute or 2 , then cycle about 4-5 times more before running continuously.

Took thermostat apart and saw some secondary cantilevered electrical contact broke in half. Broke and still ran. Lucky it didn't electrocute me, fridge wasn't safty grounded, but oven 6 inches away was. Got to watch those touch voltages on things less than 6 feet apart (finger tip to finger tip).
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