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    It's either because they over pack it or are...

    It's either because they over pack it or are unconsciously rough with their stuff. It could be a defect too though of course but I've had mine since November in all types of environments and it's...
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    Works for me. 9 times out of 10 it's in the PAC....

    Works for me. 9 times out of 10 it's in the PAC. Anything else fits in the outer flap. I'll try to post a pic later
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    Does that include the computer or smart phone...

    Does that include the computer or smart phone your using to post?
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    The clothes on your back and shoes on your feet...

    The clothes on your back and shoes on your feet are more likely than not to have been made in China or Pakistan, so good luck with that
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    Aww man. My wife is gonna kill me. "Why do you...

    Aww man. My wife is gonna kill me. "Why do you need this". "Cause".
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    I think it will fit in my Tec Pac outer flap....

    I think it will fit in my Tec Pac outer flap. Plus I'd like to set up the sensors prior to starting operation. I'm working about 75% RTU's, so one sensor in the return, one in the supply, one suction...
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    I'd pay the price for accuracy and reliability.

    I'd pay the price for accuracy and reliability.
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    I've had the Fieldpiece stick for awhile, I...

    I've had the Fieldpiece stick for awhile, I usually calibrate it to an ice bath monthly, hasn't let me down. But I'm upgrading to the cooper Atkins blue box soon with some accessories(extensions,...
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    Klein makes great tools but their multibit screw...

    Klein makes great tools but their multibit screw drivers are junk. Bits break, nut driver fittings are weak and get reamed out. Go with the Picquik hvac Multi. Bits are the toughest I've ever used,...
  10. Name a form of employment where there isn't some...

    Name a form of employment where there isn't some type of headache you have to deal with? I had two different careers before I became an HVACR mechanic. Each had its own batch of nonsense to deal...
  11. Yeah, talk to they guys at Ecova EMS, they sound...

    Yeah, talk to they guys at Ecova EMS, they sound like they were trained on the day you called....if they bother to return your call on the same day
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    NJ HVACR License

    Guys from NJ, what do you think about this? I mean, you don't actually think it's going to eliminate all the trash from the trade in the state, right? Just another way for them to make money off of...
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    I don't think so but don't quote me on that. I've...

    I don't think so but don't quote me on that. I've only put em in single module with remote sensor
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    Most multimeters have a higher ohm scale than...

    Most multimeters have a higher ohm scale than clamp meter. I've been using the fluke 116 for years with a 373 clamp. 95% of the time the clamp is taking current readings exclusively, nothing else
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    Agreed. Get the 3 port aluminum zep's instead....

    Agreed. Get the 3 port aluminum zep's instead. They may be my favorite manifold of all time. My YJ Brute II? Two leaky pairs sitting in my garage, doing nothing.
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    Yeah I agree. I learned with the H10, it's been a...

    Yeah I agree. I learned with the H10, it's been a long time since I've used one. I have the FIeldpiece IR and it's hit or miss for me. I switched the filter out for a ZX-1 which helps. I want a...
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    No prob. Honeywell actually has a present decent...

    No prob. Honeywell actually has a present decent tech support line as well.
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    It's called the "E3 Point" gas detector, I...

    It's called the "E3 Point" gas detector, I believe you can set it up with different sensors for different gases. I've only used them for CO though, they've got a set of contacts that can be hooked up...
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    Honeywell makes a co sensor, needs a 24vac...

    Honeywell makes a co sensor, needs a 24vac transformer, wire it to a RIB relay to the EXF's. Calibrate the sensor, set parameters.... Your good to go
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    Aluminum safe coil cleaner

    I gotta clean a triple layer voyager condenser tomorrow. Has a aluminum roof and is specified "no chemical cleaner is to be used". Now I'm gonna split that pig and hit it with a pressure washer which...
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    Also, where is the drier, factory or field...

    Also, where is the drier, factory or field installed? What's the temperature and or pressure across it? Suction line drier?
  22. Ya know, most people honestly think our work is...

    Ya know, most people honestly think our work is perceived as "simple". Hell, my wife use to dumb down my job all the time until she started going thru my library and realized the amount of thinking...
  23. The people making the decisions and green...

    The people making the decisions and green lighting the work are sitting pretty up in nice conditioned offices, what do they care about their minimum wage employees? Plus, they couldn't care less...
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    That's crazy

    That's crazy
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    I have the adapters but I saw the digicool...

    I have the adapters but I saw the digicool manifold at trutech for a reasonable price. I might just get both and keep the zeppelin analog.
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