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04-10-2010, 11:45 PM
Isn't it great to have such a knowledgeable customer that knows all about oil and cap tubes?
I have worked for folks like this a few times. You just have to balance the need of the job vs the...
New house install electric furnace and ac. Normally only 2 or 3 single pole breakers in main panel. Usually check first but got in a hurry. Cut into both hot #6 wires to trim excess to wire...
Wonderful diagnostic tool.
Protected in a padded carry case.
My Fluke 52 was great. I've had it for about 3.5 years. Took very good care not to drop or damage it. Tools should be taken care...
Do a search on Hvac-talk to see what pops up. I have seen several threads on this subject. Most were pro membership with positive results.
I'm checking into local chapters in Indianapolis.
Out of all the great answers here, I like and agree with timebuilder the most.
Honesty (without design flaw opinion).
Maintain your company's integrity.
Provide service that is a true service...
Don't fall for that one! (how long for Pro Membership)
The replys to that can make a grown man cry!!!!
The ultra-low cascade systems are fun to charge.
A little R-508, a little R-404, and mix in some Propane to help move the oil around. Just like your home chemistry set when you were a kid.
03-23-2010, 08:27 AM
That is quick thinking!
Keeps his fire hose zipped up and close. :rolleyes:
Lucky the whole metal roof wasn't hot with 480 volts!
Went on one call that flat line winds (no tornado) blew a 20 ton RTU off a 3 story building into the parking lot. Customer called and said...
At least they didn't kick the fins shut.
Many times on condensers behind the mini marts or gas stations the kids hang out and sit on the units and kick their feet and totally kill air flow.
That's the sign of a caring tech. I hope your customer appreciates the savings.
03-22-2010, 10:49 PM
If I was you, I'd keep my lucky meter for ever and ever!
And maybe start wearing bullet proof shorts while working on this equipment! ;)
I avoid going into jobs that require cool tools like this one. I would like to play with one like this tho.
Nice looking machine!
Marker about 2 miles south of the house, but square in the middle of the Post Office.:)
Frozensolid has it right.
Between "real" jobs, I worked at one of the national supply chains. If the computer program saw that a product didn't turn (x) times per quarter then the reorder point...
519,000 is cool. I'm a GM guy, but have had good luck with Fords also.
I like to see the oil change guys face when he see's the mileage on the rare occasion I don't do it myself.
I'll bring you a cake with a file:bump::bump::bump:
I was going to show this to my wife but I want to wake up in the morning!
Is that galvanized in the first picture?
Not code around here.
Nice job, looks good!
Is this for a job or school?
What? No overflow switch???
They work even better if you take them out of the box and install per instructions!:):):):):)
My 1993 GMC 3500 work van is coming up on 489000 miles. It starts up faithfully every morning rain or shine. No problem during the cold either.
Sheet metal is a little rough across the bottom of...
03-16-2010, 12:42 AM
What is the conclusion of this thread?????????
(I'm also getting my post count up for pro membership):):):)
It is not easy to go solo. Many different different skills needed to succeed. I like the trade side but need lots of help with sales and bookkeeping.
Build your support team. It is difficult...
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