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    Heats my thermopile for sure.

    Heats my thermopile for sure.
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    Who you callin a rookie, ..........ROOKIE. Looks...

    Who you callin a rookie, ..........ROOKIE. Looks like we're running in a dead heat. Where you been hiding, never saw your name come up before.:D

    Welcome to the club.
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    You guys are too polite, and positive...

    You guys are too polite, and positive reinforcement is good and appreciated, but for this?
    Thank You.
    I bet you'd congratulate someone for cutting their toenails.



    Could be, unlike me, he...
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    We love you too spotts.:p

    We love you too spotts.:p
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    What do I win for a correct answer? In my...

    What do I win for a correct answer?

    In my perfect world, they tend to run as described. (Rarely below 50)
    In your perfect world, I'd guess that the temps are cold enough to make using one...
  6. I believe Imperial makes a 1 1/8 bender.

    I believe Imperial makes a 1 1/8 bender.
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    ^^^^^^^^ nice catch I didn't see a...

    ^^^^^^^^ nice catch



    I didn't see a warning on the box, but I believe we both have what I call “loudmouth keyboards”:D (and should be considered a warning to everyone else)
  8. I've got a feeling that the installers were so...

    I've got a feeling that the installers were so tired from running all that duct they didn't tighten the damper hardware very well. Check for a bunch of closed dampers in the TY's and plenum.
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    I haven't taken the time to figure it out, but in...

    I haven't taken the time to figure it out, but in spite of what my learned colleague above says, it sounds high. But I can definitely say it's too high if you can't pay the bill.:D
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    The gap is closing, but the indoor coil is...

    The gap is closing, but the indoor coil is usually smaller than the outdoor, so in heating what is now the condenser is smaller and runs hotter with higher discharge pressure. Higher pressure means...
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    Stupid topic

    Oh my God, I just looked and see that I've hit 500 posts. No wonder I've got blisters on my finga's.:eek::p:D
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    Maybe, but I doubt it. Repair warranties are...

    Maybe, but I doubt it. Repair warranties are determined by the individual company, and there are a number of other reasons that could cause the high amps. And one of them possibly killed the first...
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    Worf tires? Must be those super knobby type. ...

    Worf tires? Must be those super knobby type.
    Not if you get them at harbor freight, ...................who said that?!!
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    One other is NRB I think, sold at United...

    One other is NRB I think, sold at United Refrigeration, blue box, pretty fast, and some do tank cooling (using 2 extra hoses) without disconnecting from what your recovering from. Down side is it...
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    First I got were Kett and were the only one, I...

    First I got were Kett and were the only one, I cut a 4' X 4' hole in the side of a metal bldg with them, no problem. They were stolen, and the new one at the same price is a lighter version, but...
  16. Thread: 9mm or not?

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    Interesting, but a piece that requires a...

    Interesting, but a piece that requires a paragraph of explanation on how to keep from shooting my toes off, also makes me nervous. As does a mechanism complex enough to do what they claim, being made...
  17. Or you can download open office for free. It's a...

    Or you can download open office for free. It's a word smith program as powerful as microsoft's office (or so I hear). I have it and have yet to figure out 1% of it's potential. So for now I bang away...
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    Single action/ the the hammer has to be cocked by...

    Single action/ the the hammer has to be cocked by hand before firing. Double action/ pulling the trigger cocks the hammer then releases it for firing, and can also be operated the same as a single...
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    Funny how size questions are handled here, seems...

    Funny how size questions are handled here, seems to be all or nothing. Everyone has a take or not a peep. It's a little hard to say without knowing more such as: the type of business, how the zones...
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    It can happen, it's flow by convection....

    It can happen, it's flow by convection. Barometric dampers is what they're called, and their operation is as you described. Using them in your situation is possible, but might be noisy. I'd try...
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    A back scrubber. Looks like something I might...

    A back scrubber. Looks like something I might have done, if I had the time or need for it. Only things I'd do different would be to lose the sidepipes on the head, and the chicken.
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    On grundfos you can pull the screw in the center...

    On grundfos you can pull the screw in the center on the motor end and see.
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    I usually never have biting problems with dogs, they like me or just get out of the way. One customer's no A/C call turned out to be torn stat wires to the condenser. I went in and told him that he...
  24. Water always gets me in trouble. Was clearing a...

    Water always gets me in trouble. Was clearing a humidifier drain in a computer rm, gave it a blast of CO2, and suddenly hear a lady screaming. Turns out the drain ran to the women's bathroom sink,...
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    Got my EPA cert from Ferris State, flunked the...

    Got my EPA cert from Ferris State, flunked the open book test, does that count?
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