Type: Posts; User: oktech
Use a UV light to check areas for cat pee should show up under the light
Hey! I make a little more than that...a few pennies or so :yes:
check thermostat fluid levels? :)
I bet that filter tastes so good! :D
Yes, you could probably replace the outdoor unit and be fine but maybe not very efficient. If I was you I would go for a all new system with 410a refrigerant. R22 is slowly being phased out and soon...
I don't know if I should tell you...:eek:
Awesome...Oklahoma here :)
Hello, and welcome. :)
I have heard someone that there is a frequency variation when hooked up to back up generators...guess it cause problems and can sometimes fry the boards?
just a dead bird in the combustion motor...damn installer not covering vent holes :rolleyes:
If you trust your dual input thermometer more than the weather station to tell you what the temperature is outside.
If you take better care of your tools than you do your woman.
If you have...
Mitsubishi mini splits are very good systems. You will like them...they are very very quiet. Installed one awhile back and to see if the indoor or outdoor units were running had to feel the air...
I came across those online today and was wondering how well they might work...let me know :)
I know what your going through. My grandmother had a series of strokes and they were very scary for her as well as the rest of our family. There were times when I wondered if she would ever be back...
Must get new computer! :(
i like bananas
I've installed many of the mitsubishi mini split heat pumps and they are good systems...but probably cost more than you would like to pay...there are other brands out there with similar systems...
I think its best to adjust the superheat when the system is close to design temperature...letting it run for awhile..
Ever seem the movie Seven? Its pretty good...
Well not too sure about some of those...but I know a lot of new Ruud units that I have worked on seemed to have early component failures. Trane and Lennox seem to be good brands. But whatever you...
Just wondering if anyone has ever used these Pre-soldered copper fittings.. and how well they might work for some plumbing jobs.
Looks much better now...:)
Count me in! :)
Merry Christmas everyone!! ;)
I think the one I use most of the time is the hilti te 72...its nice:D