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That's a great way to kill everyone in the group home.
Haha! I was going nuts wondering where the heck the gas line was. :gah:
I had to "lol" at this one.
stool bucket :couch:
definitely beats inspection mirrors and small access holes. :patriot:
/\ /\ /\ /\ guy who did the job /\ /\ /\ /\
when i saw them at that price the guy had 2 left and it was probably atleast 3 weeks ago. :couch:
...ended aug 29th ...
thats definitely on my list. i saw a guy on ebay selling them for $500 shipped nib with 100% fb. if i had the money to spend i would have grabbed one in a heart beat.
i was an EN2(SW) :)
and then? :anyone:
id say its worth $50-75.
iphone app :det:
if you end up getting a backpack tool bag just make sure its not a hello kitty or prada bag...just to save face.
what "THEANTIHACK" said
-definitely the klein nutdrivers...get the longer magnetic ones, they come in real handy.
-i use an allway multiscrew driver that you can usually get at walmart for...
it shouldnt matter with vacuum pumps. your pulling the refrigerant out with a recovery unit prior to opening a system and prior to evacuating if it has any refrigerant in it. vacuum pumps are for...
I believe you can use that gas whip but its not supposed to leave the inside of the unit. I dont like the idea of using a gas whip on a rtu though...id only use it on the inside of a resi furnace...
that made zero sense to me....can my vacuum pump handle 410a? am i the only one thats smacking my forehead?
does it matter when a vacuum pump is only for evacuating air and non condensables?
i love the bag. holds all my tools i ever bring on any service call or maint. i didnt realize the stand on the back was a stand for like the first 3 months...
i really want a veto electricians bag like the craftsman electricians pouch that has the stand on the back. thats almost the perfect bag for me :det:
this is a good thread. its becoming necessary to check combustion on all equipment you come across simply because safety and liability. anyone of us could have worked on that furnace, performed a...
holy shat! :eek2:
and then? :pop:
i use my bacharach fyrite insight. you might know about co but im sure jim davis could teach you a thing or two.
i bought a brand new h10pm and a brand new dtek select. i still have the dtek select :patriot:
You should take a CO class before buying anything.