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I'd love to karib, but I don't see an email address in your profile.
Since we can't post email addresses on the forum, if you click on my username, you'll see my email listed. Send me something...
I have 3.5 years of residential HVAC experience.
I'm a hard worker and a great listener.
I'm also very dependable.
I was laid off last October and have struggled since. My former company went...
Is that because you can help yourself to a snack while you're working? :munching:
I hear you Jim. Thanks for the heads up.
I don't kid myself that it would be a walk in the park. It's called work for a reason. It's hard...lol.
One thing I have learned in my 3.5 years is that...
Hey thanks for your input guys.
I think I'm attracted to refrigeration because I love to troubleshoot and you are expected above all else to fix the problem.
I sure wouldn't miss crawling...
How about joining RSES?
Is that a good way to network with people who work with low temp?
Can anyone give any tips or ideas towards getting a start in low temp work?
I have 3.5 years experience as a residential service technician, but I've always wanted to do market...
Okay I see now.
Appreciate the info guys.
Thanks for the replies.
That would explain it but it raises a related question.
I applied for professional membership Friday and haven't heard anything back.
Does it just take time or is there a...
I'm sorry I don't know where else to put this and I need an answer.
I must not have PM functions enabled, because I can't find anyway of sending or receiving private messages, either through a...
That would scare the living stuff out of me.
Why was there voltage going to the fans to begin with?
I'm not familiar with low temp stuff so I'm just curious.
Did someone flip the breaker...
You just have to learn how to float on air.
Takes a lot of practice. :p
Thanks for the reply.
I'm sorry I didn't explain myself well. I meant less resistance is the key to it being potentially more dangerous since a smaller number that the voltage is divided by means...
Okay help me understand a little bit more.
What condition would make getting shocked by 240 or 460 fatal as opposed to not fatal?
Since amperage is voltage divided by resistance,...
I remember them telling us that in class as well.
So it stands to reason that a compressor would much more dangerous when it's starting up with LRA then when it's running...
I was in an attic today doing a maintenance and I wondered about this.
When I first started in this field three years ago of course I was a lot more frazzled and prone to mistakes and brain farts....
From my neck of the woods.
Something really disturbing about that.
I agree as well.
Perception is everything.
I'm a newbie and I've been in this field for just over two months now, and already I've noticed a few customers on my maintenance calls that have a...
This was the first album I ever bought.
It was 1977 and I was seven years old.
Draw the Line
Thanks flemsteele, but I'd rather keep the politics out of this.
All I want to know is where will I get the better refrigeration service training.
I'm in the middle of tech school and I'm going to join a local union. Just which one is the question.
I want to end up a journeyman commercial/industrial refrigeration guy.
I have an...
Thank you otto for the welcome, and thanks to all of you gentleman for your advice.
I can't tell you how much this sets my mind at ease.
I've told guys at my school about this website.
This place is wonderful and I need advice.
I'm in the middle of an eight month HVAC program.
I'm doing well and I want to succeed.
I've been offered a job for a residential...