Type: Posts; User: LosAngelesVV
I think it's a...
I forgot what they call them...
the swamp cooler cools the condenser.
I think there's a slim to none chance of success.
There's too much in HVAC that is not printed in books.
A couple of years ago I was working for sears.
Most of their managers know nothing about...
one shot was good enough
everyone should own a gun
Need more input.
What is your experience?
Why are you looking for a partner?
What's your vision?
Are you aware summer was kind of slow?
I already had all my tools. i got a decent van cheap. my bills are low.
the real killer is the advertising. you pay good money for something that can have no return.
who the customers call and who...
LOL a valve is a simple metal one-way flap, nothing toxic about it.
FYI scroll compressors don't have them.
Gov. Jerry Brown said he's going to take money from the Federal home modification fund too
whether the job is good or bad will depend on what your manager is like.
the managers have a lot more control then they act like.
try to get the "refrigeration" training.
refrigerators are easy,...
the test isn't difficult at all but the questions are unusual and a few of them make no sense.
every time i came across a question that didn't make sense i made a note of it in the computer.
i was working for a company that had high prices.
i go to this house. housewife, a bunch of kids.
the wife is hovering over me.
"whats wrong with it?"
"how much is it?"
"when you gonna...
steel wool gets all over the place though.
i was told the best thing to use is paper like a business card
"add thermostat connections without running new wire"
it claims it's not "wireless", but it has to be.
they tell you everything except how it works
seems to me i might have something to do with the coating they're using.
i can totally see how the oder would accumulate then discharge into the house, especially froma package unit. ...perhaps
i would never use that crap unless there was no other way
Los Angeles style ..."HEY! get your stuff out of the truck!"
...end of story
i KNEW there was a reason!
resume is good enough.
the trick is finding the right job description with a company that is willing to start you out
out here it's easy to get 18 per hour. the hard part is staying at the job for longer than 6 months
a 5 year apprenticeship sounds like a good idea if you can get one these days.
i applied for that company and they were rude to me though
i like to keep my tools in the case, but my dewalt drill, you cant see where all the parts go, it takes too long to put everything a way.
i'm going to cut some of the slots out to make it easier....
the other day i ordered a bunch of transformers and they stank up my living room.
(...and no, they weren't burned up)
when i was an apprentice a tech showd me a unit where the fan was supposed to spin the other way.
i don't remember but i think it was an older Carrier