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  1. Thread: Stocks

    by *Graham*
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    Personally I just statred buying stocks on my...

    Personally I just statred buying stocks on my own. I had been ing through a broker and allowing them to make the decisions, I paid alot of money to have them lose way too much of my hard earned...
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    I lost about 50% of my investments so far...not...

    I lost about 50% of my investments so far...not gonna bail though, but it is sure gonna take a long long time to make up for it. I've lost 50% or more in 5 years of stocks investing and according to...
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    Journeyman Gasfitters (canada)

    Hello,

    I am planning to attend the last level of Gasfitting school in Alberta this coming March. That would give me the A ticket (I have B right now, and Gas2 in Ontario).
    I have a couple...
  4. Thread: screws

    by *Graham*
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    Poll: I used to only put back what was already there,...

    I used to only put back what was already there, but after a long shop meeting about panels falling off peoples roof, I make sure every spot has a screw in it now. It is better practice and more...
  5. Thread: Geo/infloor

    by *Graham*
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    Wow that looks cool, I've always wanted to be...

    Wow that looks cool, I've always wanted to be part of an install like that, always just plain furnaces and a/c. Only get the theory for radiant heat.
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    Wow, crazy. Back in Ottawa copper theft was...

    Wow, crazy. Back in Ottawa copper theft was high, people would steal it if it sat outside your truck for 5 mins, some died trying to steal live electrcial wiring. Now where I live you can find...
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    Nice outside unit, I would put the diconect...

    Nice outside unit, I would put the diconect higher and off to one side.

    As for the inside unit, don't really know, I'm glad I didn't have to do it, looks like a pain. Everyone where I am uses mid...
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    That is really sad and scary...I have enough...

    That is really sad and scary...I have enough things on a job to worry about other getting shocked from objects that aren't supposed have voltage to them.
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    Poll: I would think its the shraeder, because when you...

    I would think its the shraeder, because when you take the cap off, refrigerant isn't escaping, and a good number of the units I see don't have any caps on them. Also some of the new a/c units are...
  10. Personally I'd jump at the chance. If they are...

    Personally I'd jump at the chance. If they are willing to pay for your school it's a huge bonus as it's something quite rare from my understanding.
    If you take level 1 (or 1st year) as long as...
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    Opinion on leak detector

    Hello, I am looking into buying my first electronic refrigerant leak detector and would like to know some opinions on which one to get. I am looking at getting a decent quality one, but also at a...
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    Yeah it's pretty messed up, I'm first year right...

    Yeah it's pretty messed up, I'm first year right now, mostly doing commercial and industrial construction. It's very frustrating trying to do a good job in a reasonable amount of time when you don't...
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    Advice for challenging exams

    Hi everyone, I am glad I finally got on to this website. I have looked over most of the sample test questions a few categories down and want to thank the creator.
    Since I lan to challenge the first...
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