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    Age old debate

    I started working for a company last fall and since then I've been in a debate with the other tech between brazing vs soldering. I have always brazed the linesets. The big debate is that he solders...
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    Posting Resume online

    Has anyone had any luck posting their résumé on websites for HVAC work? I tried it years ago and I got some temp work but nothing major.
    Thank you
  3. Thread: Duct cleaning

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    Ive used the rotobrush system as well as a truck...

    Ive used the rotobrush system as well as a truck mounted vacuum system and I can say the truck mounted system is far better than the rotobrush.
    I think a shop vac does a better job and more...
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    Boiler questions

    Ok guys I was in a debate at the office today about boiler piping. They are bidding a new construction home that wants baseboard fin tube. What is the best way to pipe it. We where talking about...
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    Upstate. North of syracuse

    Upstate. North of syracuse
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    Thanks guys for the input. I sat down with my...

    Thanks guys for the input. I sat down with my boss and talked about the way things are going. I told him that I am going to have to look for some way to make some more money. On the up side I had a...
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    I am coming from having 2 techs running 10 hour...

    I am coming from having 2 techs running 10 hour days. Installers installing 4 to 5 systems a week and personally running service calls and making atleast 3 sales a week
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    Need some input

    Hey guys I need some help to make the right choice. Ill try to keep this short. Ten years ago I left this small town heating company to go do heating and ac in a bigger city. Well a few months ago I...
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    I've been in this same boat for the past year. I...

    I've been in this same boat for the past year. I was driving a company box truck and got into an accident when the brakes failed. At the time my employer did not have a problem with it because he...
  10. I just bought a case for my sman 3 at harbor...

    I just bought a case for my sman 3 at harbor feight for less than 30 bucks. It a metal briefcase style. I can hold the gauges hose ect in there and it's all in one place
  11. I started out as an installer then became a...

    I started out as an installer then became a service tech. Right now I do it all. I've been know to install a furnace get back to the shop and run service calls most the night. In a small shop that...
  12. Thread: Cheat sheet

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    Cheat sheet

    Hey does anyone have a cheat sheet that has the breakdown of the model numbers and serial numbers. Carriers and rheems I have down pretty well but some of the others I have have trouble with
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    Master cool digital manifold

    I got a set of mastercool digital manifold and when I hook the low side up to the unit it reads no pressure. Is there anyway to reset it or does it need to be sent out for service
  14. Thread: iPod apps

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    iPod apps

    Do you guys know of any good iPod apps that are worth putting on my iPod. I've seen a few on the apps store but don't know of any good ones
  15. Thread: capacitors

    by dilysi_3
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    capacitors

    Ok i know this is a rookie question but im just starting as a service tech and want to learn from this. I was on a call today and found a blown capacitor on the blower motor. The capacitor was a 10...
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    ive tried Hitachi and did not really care or...

    ive tried Hitachi and did not really care or them. ive moved onto craftsman and have not had any trouble
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    I started out as a installer helper and worked my...

    I started out as a installer helper and worked my way up to lead installer. a good friend of mine went to a different company and then got me over there. After a few weeks of working there i asked...
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    Tis the season

    ok i finally got the lights out of the basement and just like most years half don't work. does anyone have a quicker way than pulling each bulb out and changing it
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    i would like to take a look at that checklist also

    i would like to take a look at that checklist also
  20. Thread: NATE

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    NATE

    My work has decided to start having us start working towards nate rating. i ordered the NATE study & reference guide and would like to know if there is anything else i need to look at.
  21. Thread: Mr slim tools

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    Flaring tool, crescent wrenchs, tiny hands, about...

    Flaring tool, crescent wrenchs, tiny hands, about 6 inchs of a 2x4 to prop the unit up when working on it, and a 2 7/16 hole saw
  22. there is a johnstone, Carrier northeast, RE...

    there is a johnstone, Carrier northeast, RE michaels, and ARB Wholesaler. I know johnstone and michaels carries UEI products
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    just shark bite it... it should hold... lol.

    just shark bite it... it should hold... lol.
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    I could see if it was new construction or...

    I could see if it was new construction or commercial installs but these are residential change outs. just another way to cutting cost i guess
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    Driving your own car

    What is you guys feeling about driving your own car to residential install. the way it was going that the lead installer and help would meet at the shop, load up, run to supply house and then go to...
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