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    Thanks

    i really wouldnt want a veto bag that thing is way too small but this clc 75 pocket thing looks nice already know i wont have any wrenches in it but looks like a good spot for ductknife bits...
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    Tired of tool bags

    Here's the deal I work mon-friday sometimes on saturday and im sick of lugging around my big old husky toolbags. It becomes a real task when im climbing up ladders, getting on roofs, or flat out...
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    size

    small makita variable speed ive done 4-5" holes but it goes through fast
  4. Thread: Accy torches?

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    uniweld torch cutting outfit

    model klc100p use it on everything small and big and doesnt break the bank
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    yep

    angle grinder and a diamond core bit can be used wet/dry special bit
    the fastest for me
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    what is the impact for?

    honestly like i said i can use my 7.2v black n decker vpx for most things as in taking unit apart and screwing in self tapping metal screws.
    the problem happens when i need to drill into a concrete...
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    angle grinder

    I pull out my makita angle grinder and make a 5" hole in a wall in less than a minute :)
    *most walls are block so this works most time
    sometimes i do need grandpapies long masonry bit
    *personal...
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    duct knife :)

    use my ductknife for everything lol
    screwdriver
    prybar
    knife
    hole puncher
    and whatever else i might encounter when everything is to far away
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    lol

    why don't you try using a glove heh thats what i do
    buying this ball valve though only because it makes my job look that much cooler :)
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    man

    i have the black n decker 7.2v lithium ion mini drill for most things it is a great tool but for hvac I really want to replace it with the bosch 12v mini drill impactor (you really need that extra...
  11. you need to be more informant

    first you say barely blowing from vents
    you need to say is it cold air barely blowing or warm
    if its nice cool air have the service tech bump up the fan speed on the air handler
    if its not have...
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    always someone

    should have quoted the guy flaming a very respectable company but anyways
    I feel the service tech did the job just as I would have performed this. The fact that the system doesn't use r410a doesnt...
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    hmm

    have the tech redo your drain line or fix it properly *send someone better :)
    if he cant at least make a new drain and make it work properly he needs to leave your home immediately
  14. i'll give you half a diag

    make sure that pump device *condensate pump* is pumping water
    and a cap goes over the open pipe in the top**
  15. heres your test

    1. Stop everything your doing
    2. Look at the unit, your bucket of water and all the things connected
    3. Think how you would get the water out of the house and not into the bucket
    If you succeed it...
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    fieldpiece

    lt17a meter is great can check amps temp volts caps ncv everything
    sc77 nice meter also but the lt is m baby love the backlight
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    eeek

    ya that would suck if your roof caved in saw that happen before :eek:
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    why

    why dont you just make the return larger or add more returns and tie them in together this would take the noise down a lot its so loud because its the only one and its not that big :cool:
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    where

    hallways are good big space less noisy
    any big rooms are good *master livingin large homes all rooms located in front door at least 6ft from closest supply
    bathrooms no you dont want to do a #2...
  20. Thread: New System

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    umm

    id do it but it would involve asking more questions depending on what he'd need done like
    1) what size units are there now
    2) is he running new copper
    3) how many returns and supplies and what...
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    sorry

    this is the scary part...
    if i was fixing it id flush the lines because r22 and r410a mixed could cause likewise problems. Then match the pistons...
    :eek:
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    ok

    first of all 9xx is way too much money to change to a tsx thats likely almost enough to replace the entire coil. Now to some explaining the piston is to control your airflow so that you dont get too...
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    noone bashed

    i didnt bash goodman it is an alright brand im just saying most startup companies use it because the sole fact it is cheap. And some well established companies do use goodman but few because they...
  24. Thread: HELP!

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    you said the system was running good

    just clean or change the coils and use all the extra money to replace your duct which i can almost guarantee filled with mold and or other things
  25. 15 years

    why didnt i catch that yeah the best warranties are only 10 years
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