No, that's where you blow it, as I didn't say it was still a LL, Asshole!
Then you better get some more training. Cause it can and does happen.
(not that I'm saying it happens in this case, but your general statement is
Lack of competence... Yeah, right.
I see where you clearly pass all my questions, because you CAN'T answer
But, I figured as much, since you can't even comprehend this thread
Is Stormy your brother?
And actually "CLARK" - liquid lines "can" sweat when the subcooling reaches
a temperature below the dew point. And yes, they [the liquid line] doesn't
necessarily have to have adibiatic expansion to sweat. Just meet the dew
point. Which BTW is not that hard to do. You can have a liquid line heat
exchanger that uses suction gas to sub-cool the line and as a result -
So you are not on the mark that when you make a general statement that the
liquid line is sweating, which in the case of a mini-split is not what
leaves the outdoor section BTW - it's actually a part of the distributor
feed heading to the evaporator. Calling it a liquid line is actuall not
accurate [there would be a 75% liquid / 25% vapor mix in the small line and
100% vapor / gas in the large suction line.]
And BTW you as well entered this discussion, you not event he O.P. so go
Har, har. You won't find an expensive heat exchanger on a mini-split.
Better look up the meaning of "sub-cool" while your looking for more facts
to argue with.
I'm the one who said a liquid line wouldn't be sweating. Got it?
Your reading skills need work, son. I'm the one who said it couldn't be a
liquid line and jkpro asked why. OBTW, no one is going to run a multi-phase
high pressure line so you're going to have to back up that claim with some
Don't tell me what to do dumb ass.
So tell me Zyp, why are you attempting to come to kjpro's rescue? I mean
it's obvious he needs help and all but why you? It seems to me that you are
going way out of your way to embarrass yourself while trying to support a
fellow nobody on the internet.
And WHERE did I call is a LL?
But understand this, a LL can and will sweat under the right conditions.
No, I asked because you said they were more than a little different.
Try and keep up and get the facts straight.
And you're so competent, that you run around and side-step ALL of the
questions I ask to you. Which, BTW,doesn't mean I don't know the answers.
That's a pure sign that you don't know your head from a hole in the ground.
Go ahead and run around and spew your shit all over, I'll make sure that I
point out your incompetence.
Yup ya did. It was when you ask why I knew that it wasn't a liquid line if it
was sweating. Got it?
Neener, neener, neener! Can't just ignore me can you? Neener, neener,
neener! Kj's an clueless retard, kj's an clueless retard! Neener, neener,
I post, you dance. Don't you ever get tired of being the usenet equivalent
of a marionette? Just keep dancing drunken monkey boi.
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