Type: Posts; User: The Doctor
Definitely pulling for the USA, and do enjoy watching the different lines with the Russian team.
Bingo dave. Given the numbers of folks who allow maintenance/inspection, i would say that post 9 is the next step in the process of short cycle. Wear and tear on the switch accelerated by improper...
An article for your consideration
Or should we take the bull by the horns and jump on the business of the future?
Look at the bright side, as the article states, "right now, getting your home...
Thanks for the heads up.
Breathe much? Remember, panic is just a state of mind.
Is the interlock from the compressorcontactor in auxiliary contacts, and if so, are they attached firmly? The electronics on p66 are suspect number two, but intermittent electronics are not exactly...
Or loose female spades maybe? Oh, i see the connectins were checked.
There's not any loose liner in this unit faced with aluminum, is there? Had that blowing breakers on a heater, but that's...
:). I think this beach must be myrtle beach in australia. What is the deal with photos lately?
Just haggled my way into a shaving bag that holds about 3lbs of tools. the Klein backpack has turned into a beast, but for most service-related jobs this new bag is a welcome change. A fluke 87-V,...
Got a no heat call a few years back for a furnace. Is call is 45 minutes from anywhere. Customer had just one day prior replaced the air filter. That was easy enough to confirm, as the filter was...
As part of our work at a site, we walk through all areas and past much equipment while not doing pm work on everything. Kinda like a listening and looking gig.
Attached two pics--one with the...
How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm
After they've seen Paris?
You have expressed concerns for your friend. Tell him what they are and why it is that you are concerned. Then,live and let live. Or, you could join all these police staters and nervous nellies,...
The link is to a story about a fellow in Baltimore.
What kind of freon was this-- ammonia?
Superheat, subcooling, delta T,, and if all else fails maybe there is a charging chart on the outdoor unit. YRMV
That is stressful to be sure. Sounds like it's time for your decision. I think you might be missing out on a great career though. I mean, you've put up with a truckload of trouble to give up now. ...
A coal miner's light, or one that doesn't go in the mouth.
One more set of gauges/hoses...maybe just an old school set for backup.
Refrigerant cylinder rack for truck
Belt tensioning gauge
Glad you have come through it, G. Best wishes to you for a continued recovery.
About the insurance...does it continue through light duty , or until you work full-time? Been thinking about it...
Hey fellas...watch this!
You'll figure out what appeals to you when you look back on an apprenticeship. You'll know what you like after the trial by fire service work in each of those respective areas.