Type: Posts; User: clifpaul
Thanks again Dad :)
Yes. I'm currently working as a parts guy and installer for a company in Celina Texas.
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Thanks Dad!!!! :)
I just developed the same problem. Did send Dad an email. :(
X3! I love my g5
I remember them selling R22 as well. :)
Agreed. All it takes is one dumb kid and a lawyer to to ruin your day.
No problem. I haven't been there in years myself.
Try Baker Distribution or Solar Supply. I do business with the branches closer to DFW and they're both pretty decent. Both of them have branches on the Texas side.
yep. twas the doggy. poor thing probably dont have much longer now.
X2. They do make ladder racks for them. Otherwise invest in a folding ladder.
I have the fieldpiece sc46 which is almost identical to sc45 except it is true rms and i love it.
X2. One of the guys I work with almost got electrocuted because he listened to the homeowner.
I paid $95 for a brand new no name 3 cfm single stage. She runs like a champ and doesnt take up a lot of room. But I do need to let it cool off after I use it. It gets a little hot to the touch...
agreed. all you gotta do is wire it in and should do the rest.
We usually put in Honeywell 6000 stats in with those. The 8000 would work too if you want the touchscreen.
Best advice I can give you is get your post count up to 15 so you can get into the education section of the forum. I don't have a cheat sheet handy that I can send you. Wish I can give you a little...
Make sure you get a good meter too. It's gonna be your best friend. Fluke or Fieldpiece preferably. If you taking the union training classes ask if they have a basic controls class.
Agreed. The first time I picked up a 16 seer Goodman that tripped me out too. I went back in and asked the counter guys and the told me it was okay. The txv's are sized one size bigger on 16 and 18...
Back when I was taking classes one of the guys in class had a little wine fridge that had the thermoelectric cooling. It had quit working, so he hauled it up to class and me and him took it apart to...
Yeah. Ladders still make me nervous even after all these years. I still worry about getting stuck on a roof.
I didn't have the surgery. I thought about it and decided I couldn't afford to be laid up that long. I think its a 6 month recovery including rehab. I just try to be careful and not overdo it.