Originally Posted By: cbottger
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Blaine was right P-traps are used in freon suction lines for returning oil to the compressor from the evaporator coils where the condenser sets higher than the coil used primarily on light commercial refrigeration units such as walk in coolers and freezers. As a HVAC mech if I was having oil return problems when the A/C furnace A-coil was located in a basement with a long return to the condensing unit at ground level I would install a P-trap to help resolve the problem especially if I had to warranty the compressor.
No they do not teach this in HI school I just was trying to liven this thread
up as we are in the heating season and the talk is somewhat flat and thought I might try a little question and answer session perhaps someone might learn something and perhaps I might learn something.
I am thinking don't you smell the wood burning. Next question to be posted tomorrow. Perhaps someone would like to post a question of their own.
Don't argue with an idiot someone watching may not be able to tell the difference.