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    Excess Inventory Sale

    After decades in the business, you tend to accumulate stuff. Special order things that you ended up not using and couldn't return. Obsolete items you could no longer use. Stuff that you might use...
  2. Apartment Contractor looking for techs in VA,NC,North AL/TN

    I am the Service manager for J R Hobbs Co. An Atlanta based apartment new construction contractor. We are currently looking for Service techs to handle start up and warranty service for our many...
  3. Call Nest tech support before you give up on it. ...

    Call Nest tech support before you give up on it. They can schedule a pro to come out and look at it if they need to.

    Sent from my SCH-I535 using Tapatalk 2
  4. Got mine piped directly to my tomato plants. ...

    Got mine piped directly to my tomato plants. They love it.
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    Dual port manometer?

    Looking for an all in one pressure measuring device. I want to be able to check gas pressures along with static pressures and such. Just seeing what everybody else is using.
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    Based on your description, it sounds like it may...

    Based on your description, it sounds like it may be a questionable install. As for the unit, it is a 10 SEER but it is not specifically a commercial unit. As for the unit being installed in late...
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    I requested and got a shotgun for Christmas the...

    I requested and got a shotgun for Christmas the year after my daughter was born. I figured that would give me plenty of time to practice.
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    Me and quite a few of my coworkers carry...

    Me and quite a few of my coworkers carry firearms. We all have had to work in places around Atlanta where we felt we were being scoped out all day. It really puts a person on edge. Luckily, the...
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    Look that up on eBay. Can you say CHA...

    Look that up on eBay. Can you say CHA CHING!!$$$$$$$
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    In my part of the world, 12AWG would be allowed...

    In my part of the world, 12AWG would be allowed on a 30 amp circuit from the disconnect to the equipment only. The wire from the main panel to the disconnect would have to be at least 10AWG.
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    I've used a Fieldpiece HS-26 for at least ten...

    I've used a Fieldpiece HS-26 for at least ten years now. If it crapped out on me, I would probably try to get another from eBay or somewhere. Although they updated the "stick" meters, the new ones...
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    The Northrop Grumman looks like a natural...

    The Northrop Grumman looks like a natural evolution of the current space shuttle. If they got private enterprise involved, they would probably exceed all of thier requirements in half the time.
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    Read Michael Crichton's "State of Fear" It is a...

    Read Michael Crichton's "State of Fear" It is a work of fiction but he used real world statistics which are interesting to say the least.
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    Did you protect your new reversing valve from the...

    Did you protect your new reversing valve from the heat of your torch? If not, you may have burned it up and yes, it will have to be replaced again.
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    Check the reversing valve wire at the solenoid. ...

    Check the reversing valve wire at the solenoid. Worked on one today where the plug had apparently vibrated off of the solenoid leaving the unit only running in heat mode.
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    The location of the registers usually is...

    The location of the registers usually is determined by where the air handler/furnace is located in relation to the area being cooled. If it is in the attic, then your registers are in the ceiling....
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    I was starting up a maintenance shop at an...

    I was starting up a maintenance shop at an apartment complex north of Atlanta when my wife called and told me about the first plane. I don't think I will ever forget where I was that day when I got...
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    I want to thank everyone for their advice so far....

    I want to thank everyone for their advice so far. I'm working on getting that model and serial. My buddy is working in North Carolina this week so he is trying to get another friend of his to get...
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    Nope, Robertshaw. Don't remember the model...

    Nope, Robertshaw. Don't remember the model number. The previous company replaced it as a fix.
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    I'll be happy to move this to the pro section as...

    I'll be happy to move this to the pro section as soon as I can get in.
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    I'm working on getting the actual model and...

    I'm working on getting the actual model and serial number for the furnace. It is located about two hours away and I am trying to get in touch with my friend. As soon as I can get it, it will be...
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    Is the return in the ceiling or in the wall? Is...

    Is the return in the ceiling or in the wall? Is it metal or ductboard? Connected to metal or flex duct? If the duct is metal, it may be hard to get the return box out of the way in order to reframe...
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    Last winter, I looked at a Lennox furnace at my...

    Last winter, I looked at a Lennox furnace at my friend and co-workers church. It is an older Lennox of about 120,000 btu's that was converted to LP. After about five minutes of run time, the gas...
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    I would check the heat strips. In my experience,...

    I would check the heat strips. In my experience, I have seen heat strips short out for whatever reason (breakage, foreign material) and run just enough to counteract the A/C. Other than poor A/C...
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