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    That's what I was thinking and that may have been...

    That's what I was thinking and that may have been what took out the board in the first place.
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    We've been running the rollercoaster all year. ...

    We've been running the rollercoaster all year. Usually we get all out service agreements done in late April early May. I still have some left to do. But we ran 50's then would have a day at 80...
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    Impeach or sue, it doesn't really matter. He...

    Impeach or sue, it doesn't really matter. He will be out of office before it would ever be finalized so what's the point. If he's not out of office that would mean he somehow got a third term and...
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    I have seen it done hundreds of times but have...

    I have seen it done hundreds of times but have never seen any substantial air flow issues from it, nor have I noticed higher static on those systems.
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    I can't tell by the pictures, don't know if...

    I can't tell by the pictures, don't know if anyone else is either. The only way to know for sure is have it tested by a mold specialist. Not all mold is harmful so even if it is mold it may be able...
  6. This is true yet how much of it is fueled by the...

    This is true yet how much of it is fueled by the building contractor, homeowner, or both. If I do a new home it's a custom home, not spec. I still get the "Can you cut your price we really want...
  7. The part that scares me is if the part that is...

    The part that scares me is if the part that is easy to get to looks this bad, how bad is the part you can't get to easily?
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    My son is an auto mechanic so we compare notes...

    My son is an auto mechanic so we compare notes once in a while. You will find many of the same issues in both fields but a lot of that is going to be with the dealer you work for. The education is...
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    What do you have the thermostat set for? Is the...

    What do you have the thermostat set for? Is the fan switch in the on position? Not trying to be offensive but just for more info, did you install the Nest, is it wired/set up correctly? Did the...
  10. I'd say you were being nice when you said it...

    I'd say you were being nice when you said it looks ragged. What does the rest of the duct system look like?
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    Buy a digital magnahelic.

    Buy a digital magnahelic.
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    I have a Fluke 902 that gets carried in my pouch...

    I have a Fluke 902 that gets carried in my pouch because it will do 95% of the readings I need. But I also have 2 DDMs that I can put attachments to for more accurate readings or multiple readings...
  13. Not all coils are created equal. By that I mean...

    Not all coils are created equal. By that I mean they don't all have the same volumetric area. So what can happen is the condenser holds way more refrigerant than the coil can handle and it doesn't...
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    I would call the tech and get on the list. I...

    I would call the tech and get on the list. I don't think it's a case of "IF" it will happen but "WHEN" it will happen. There are a number of things that could cause it, a good tech should find it...
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    I have started wearing the Maxifoam G-tek 34-800,...

    I have started wearing the Maxifoam G-tek 34-800, cotton gloves with the nitrile palms for just about everything. I even have a tan line from them. They are not as hot as leather, have great...
  16. IF you had read the site rules you would have...

    IF you had read the site rules you would have known we can't answer DIY questions, we can give general info but that's about it. The reason for this is we can't see the equipment, we don't know your...
  17. With out the advantage of seeing first hand I...

    With out the advantage of seeing first hand I would say if the drain pan outlet has broken the pan should be replaced. If it is leaking inside the cabinet you can end up with all sorts of problems. ...
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    I have always said "never fight with sheetmetal,...

    I have always said "never fight with sheetmetal, it ALWAYS wins"
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    If you want your own business find a guy that...

    If you want your own business find a guy that wants to retire in a few years work for him, let him teach you the ropes, gain the trust of his customers, then buy him out. You get an established...
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    The dealer should be able to provide you with...

    The dealer should be able to provide you with this info.

    The filter size is 22x20x1.

    If you are going to buy a top of the line unit why not buy a better filter to protect it?
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    This site is to help but we still have to follow...

    This site is to help but we still have to follow the rules. You have not been bashed, I have seen others get bashed on here and so far you are a long way away from a full on bashing. Right now...
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    Where are you working on stuff that doesn't have...

    Where are you working on stuff that doesn't have water at hand?
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    I have been driving a Express 3500 for 15 years. ...

    I have been driving a Express 3500 for 15 years. When I ordered it I made sure it had the positrack rearend and the 5.7 V8. Between the weight and the locking differential I can go about anywhere....
  24. Depending on the age of the coil and how it...

    Depending on the age of the coil and how it looked I don't see a problem using it. Just because the new coil is 50% bigger does not make it better or make the system in effective. I have read...
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    The politically correct term is "Vertically...

    The politically correct term is "Vertically Challenged".
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