Type: Posts; User: dronai
Sales, and putting better sytems in place to run a business.
How are this guys products ? Is it worth the investment, or is there better ?
I am replacing a Rheem integrated control board that is toast. Do the replacement models pre 1994, all have to have an upgrade for the flame sensor kit ?
I see your point.
It's a new customer in a large strip center. If I walk they will continue with the same guy that's been working on this center for years.
I have to salvage this customer. ...
If I lay all of the options on the table, and let him pick. If there's a leak, and if the coil sealant doesn't work. He will know all of this up front.
Plan B is to use the 5 ton for the couple...
It's a 3 ton package unit. That's the plan, to hose in front of the building tenant. This one has a burned out blower motor.
The 5 ton's blower is also suspect. Seems to be running on too low...
That's whats happening in that photo. I touched my finger on there.
Close to the ocean
I landed a contact !!!!
Would having a 26 yr Licensed Electrical contractor that's interested in HVAC work, interest a HVAC contractor for sub contract employment ?
I've been studying HVAC online for a awhile.
Hey thanks, yeah, nowadays I enjoy, only service call troubleshooting, and repair work.
How much does a job like that pay ? How long to train to be a service Tech. I am an Electrician only.
Auto Mechanic job is bad ? It looks like you would have to know a lot.
Troubleshooting the elctrical, I could get into.
What state are you in ?
My trade is boring, unless your doing control work, but there's no factories, where I live.
I like the mechanical/electrical jobs. That's why AC looks interesting.
I am a 24 yr journeyman electrician, interested in something different.
Is training to be a AC repair tech something that could be a possiblity ? or does it take years ?
Ha ! That what I thought ! A clusterf.....
Yes, 4-S box with 2 compressors plugged into it. 1 incoming 120V.
The 4-S cover with the pictured trans/relay combo mounted directly.
I forgot that part- one of the three wires on the relay...
The (3) back wires, would be from the relay, and were N/O and N/C and 1 more black, Just a switch for the high voltage with either option of open, or closed circuit.
My guess was Yellow- cool...
I'm an electrician, who was asked to hardwire a wine cooler for my customer. When I got there, I saw this (note picture) Not my area, so I gave it to my friend, who is a refrigeration tech.