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    The electric company was able to open the panel...

    The electric company was able to open the panel when they put their control on it
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    Gives a new meaning to lying on your back

    It is a multi-positional unit, after all.
  3. Agreed. Looks even easier than cutting out the...

    Agreed. Looks even easier than cutting out the valve and replacing it with copper.
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    I'll install it for $1750! (No warranty)

    I'll install it for $1750! (No warranty)
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    All from the same roof

    7 RTUs on this roof, 4 were out, I was told it was just one. I knew to start at the Payne because the picture is how I found it when getting on the roof - with the panel removed. I know the employees...
  6. Hey cut the installer some slack. At least he can...

    Hey cut the installer some slack. At least he can braze well enough for it to hold the nitrogen charge for a week.
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    Guilty. :(

    Guilty. :(
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    I agree with the OFM statement... it could be...

    I agree with the OFM statement... it could be pulling 1.1 amps and have a 0.75FLA and this could just be a miscommunication. And on a mild day, you won't be using your AC, but on a hot day, where...
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    Why'd the pilot go out?

    Bad thermocouple believe it or not.
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    Why's it so cold in here?

    No transformer, no problem.
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    How to avoid burn marks on roofs

    RTU too close to sidewall? No problem add a flue.
  12. Well it's official...had my first no AC call of the year!

    Let summer commence - too bad the rest of March and April are still relatively mild in my climate.
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    Trane/American Std are 17.5"x40"

    Trane/American Std are 17.5"x40"
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    I think they're cross-broke horizontally rather...

    I think they're cross-broke horizontally rather than diagonally.
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    Looks like it has seen some rollout

    Looks like it has seen some rollout
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    Came across it once (residental)- upon eviction,...

    Came across it once (residental)- upon eviction, tenants took off the ceiling registers and put dead fish in the duct work as far as they can reach their arms in on 4 runs. House smelled disgusting...
  17. Thread: Trane RTU

    by Strkout499
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    Haven't you heard the quote "the only good...

    Haven't you heard the quote "the only good economizer is a disconnected economizer?" hahahaha just kidding. Start with a wiring diagram and trace to make sure everything is hooked up properly. At 14...
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    Garbage can lid with my drill on it =/

    Garbage can lid with my drill on it =/
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    Change out an in warranty 90% inducer assembly...

    Change out an in warranty 90% inducer assembly (diagnosed by installers) and add a 1/2" ball valve on the gas line where they tee'd off an existing line.
  20. Thread: Hall Closet

    by Strkout499
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    Hall Closet

    3" single wall going into 6" single wall going into transite. No combustion intake pipe on furnace. Yes, that is a CO detector above the door.
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    Yeah - get a professional to check the heat...

    Yeah - get a professional to check the heat exchanger of that thing.
  22. Thread: Rental

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    I agree with walking away... "Here is a proposal...

    I agree with walking away... "Here is a proposal to fix/replace everything thank you very much."
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    The neutral wire should be wrapped in black tape...

    The neutral wire should be wrapped in black tape signalling that it isn't a neutral, the start cap is strapped to the run cap and the relay is strapped to the start cap. I'm guessing somebody didn't...
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    ...if you really are in the trade, why do you...

    ...if you really are in the trade, why do you have a Gibson?
  25. Using parts on site is obviously cheaper than $5...

    Using parts on site is obviously cheaper than $5 worth of pipe/fittings...also probably on site.
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