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    Nice Lookin Job

    Looks good the only thing I noticed was no loop trap in the condensate drain hose. Unless they changed something I believe there should be a one foot loop in the hose before it enters the drain.
  2. Was -6 here this AM with wind chills at -20 or...

    Was -6 here this AM with wind chills at -20 or so. Its now 2:20 PM and it has reached a balmy 5 above...:rolleyes:
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    If he's not he will be by tomorrow:rolleyes:

    If he's not he will be by tomorrow:rolleyes:
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    WELL Maybe not.... There I was thinking maybe I...

    WELL Maybe not.... There I was thinking maybe I could try and resolve this for you and you cut up on our trade... Well let me clue you in WE have to be SheetMetal workers, Plumbers, FITTERS, and...
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    You have not wore out your welcome:rolleyes: in...

    You have not wore out your welcome:rolleyes: in fact Shoot me an email with your location I have a fellow contractor in my area that is and has been a WaterFurnace Dealer for some time and will call...
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    Well at 55 an hour 2 hours 2 men = $220 +...

    Well at 55 an hour 2 hours 2 men = $220 + refridgerant + recover old refridgerant + dispose of contaminated refridgerant and so on. As you can see there are other expenses your not considering. Not...
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    If I am not busy? What the heck does that have to...

    If I am not busy? What the heck does that have to do with anything? It still costs me the same amount per billable hour if i am swamped with work or sitting in the office. So to that I say good luck...
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    Ditto.....

    BTW If you are only looking at the A Coil from the top you will never see all dirt that is on the Bottom/blower side:rolleyes: . Call a PRO And have your unit serviced....:D
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    IT MAY BE SOMETHING EASY, But dealing with...

    IT MAY BE SOMETHING EASY, But dealing with natural gas and or propane can be Very Dangerous :eek: if not properly trained. Again sorry but you should call a PRO for this repair
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    Email me a list of items and pricing also your...

    Email me a list of items and pricing also your location. My email is in profile
  11. You could have the exterior insulated and then...

    You could have the exterior insulated and then wrap that w/ sheetmetal. Have seen that on exposed roof duct before. What thickness is the Duct liner now? Should be at least 2 inch in your area I...
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    Mike, Just wondering it seems you are always...

    Mike, Just wondering it seems you are always looking for help is the labor market there that bad for expierenced techs and installers? Or is there just that much work ? Don't take my response the...
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    amen...

    Yet another big mouthed newbie. Lets see how long this ones trash talk is allowed to continue befor the Boss shuts him down....
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    Nice Looking Job.....

    Clean work. Is That soft copper tubing with those long radius bend? I like the looks of that saves a lot of soldering. Never saw that on a boiler before.
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    Yes the domestic water is isolated from the...

    Yes the domestic water is isolated from the heating loops. The heating loops have Glycol installed in them for freeze protection.
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    Re: elec

    I believe that is MC not romex. But hard to tell it might be flexable conduit.
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    Re: FLAMING?

    What a looser grow up or GO AWAY. Most of us have forgotten more than you will ever know about doing QUALITY WORK.....
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    TO BOILER NUT

    TURN OFF YOUR F#$%%^ CAPS LOCK. And may I remind you of the site rules about flaming and such. Keep it up and the BOSS will get you......
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    Love them nicest new unit design I've seen in...

    Love them nicest new unit design I've seen in awhile. Have had no problems at all with the ones I've installed
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    Re: flu pipe

    Yes it is. Used existing penitrations in block wall and that was as close as I could get it using 2 street 45 degree elbows.
  21. CSST CROSS SECTION

    http://img69.imageshack.us/img69/2397/gastitepdf28lf.jpg

    [Edited by mechanicalmaster on 02-19-2006 at 12:09 AM]
  22. Re: Google Search on this topic

    Just attended a training class for the Gastite System of CSST. http://www.GASTITE.COM They seem to have the best bend retention and are made of the thickest stainless material .010" compared to...
  23. r2 get a grip....

    Read the whole thread before you post. First off the Mfg allows for a one pipe install on this unit if venting VERTICAL. Secondly the HO Has already posted pic showing outside air ducted into furnace...
  24. CSST Flexable

    I'm with the BaldLoonie on this if your not going with cast iron do the flexable . COPPER NO WAY just a personal preference
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    good luck..

    Get a licensed and insured contractor to install and do start up. This boiler is very complex and requires an experenced boiler installer. DO NOT even attempt this yourself....

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