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  1. Be very careful,,,,,,Who's name is on the...

    Be very careful,,,,,,Who's name is on the bond-liability insurance? 50/50 split on gross profit, or net? Who sets the price on installs and service? If you decide to split the sheets, who's...
  2. If it's a new one, it's probably got a board in...

    If it's a new one, it's probably got a board in it instead of a defrost timer, etc. like refers used to have.
    They can be a real bear to diagnose and repair.
  3. Thread: Travel Time

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    I think a lot of the discussion back and forth on...

    I think a lot of the discussion back and forth on this subject is up to an employee having a fair attitude towards his employer, and vice versa. I worked for a lot of years for contractors both...
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    Well we all know when that one will breathe it's...

    Well we all know when that one will breathe it's last. It'll be about four days into a hot snap,,,,probly the hottest time of the year, and it'll blow. You'll be up to your elbows in service calls...
  5. Maybe if you're not adverse to working in Wa....

    Maybe if you're not adverse to working in Wa. State, you should do some inquiring to some of the HVAC companies around Lewis McCord. Washington is probably one of the better states to work in, for...
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    easier to bend 1/4" tubing in tight elbows...

    easier to bend 1/4" tubing in tight elbows without a bender than copper. I've replaced a lot of aluminum with copper especially on commercial cooking equipment that gets a lot of abuse. Most...
  7. Ditto to what Mark says

    Ditto to what Mark says
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    probably have a chunk of filter or possibly Black...

    probably have a chunk of filter or possibly Black Back duct liner sucked ito the blower wheel. Also could be the wheel itself has failed and thrown itself out of balance.
  9. Thread: Job sites

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    Damn! I'm glad I don't have to go into the job...

    Damn! I'm glad I don't have to go into the job market. All we did in my day was go to the hall, and the BA gave us a dispatch slip to a company. You went to the shop, filled out some payroll...
  10. goodman equipment has minimum and maximum...

    goodman equipment has minimum and maximum ampacity. Are you a master automotive electrician?
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    Let it run.

    Let it run.
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    Why are you controlling a boiler with a gas...

    Why are you controlling a boiler with a gas furnace thermostat? Do you have a hot water or steam coil installed in the plenum for the furnace?
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    In 50 years of doing this gig, I've never been...

    In 50 years of doing this gig, I've never been bored. Frustrated with the job, (customers, vendors,subcontractors) but usually go home at night looking forward to tomorrow.
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    Hmmmmm. What white man say????

    Hmmmmm. What white man say????
  15. If you know what you're doing, you could make...

    If you know what you're doing, you could make just about any defrost timer work on that Goodman unit.
  16. When you have a heatpump installed with a fossil...

    When you have a heatpump installed with a fossil fuel furnace, (duel fuel) You need to have the indoor coil installed downstream of the furnace. When the thermostat is making a call for heat, the...
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    I think you need to learn proper terminology for...

    I think you need to learn proper terminology for the components of a refrigeration system. Any basic refrigeration system diagram will label the parts with their proper names. Begin by making...
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    Seems like I read somewhere that if you let the...

    Seems like I read somewhere that if you let the sanitizer dry, the effect and smell and taste of any residue from it has dissipated.
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    I used to have a couple of em here. They were a...

    I used to have a couple of em here. They were a trip to service. Pretty simple to work on.
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    Now I know why I don't try to find a young guy to...

    Now I know why I don't try to find a young guy to train in this trade, to take over my business. Just too darned many things that float to the top at any given time in a service call that we take...
  21. Thread: Bad O6E?

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    probably a bent rod,,you should be able to find...

    probably a bent rod,,you should be able to find the noise just rotating it by hand. you will hear the sound and maybe feel a little resistance at the same place in the rotation.
  22. Carrier, Bryant uses Square D. The one that I'm...

    Carrier, Bryant uses Square D. The one that I'm working on is an old TPI electric furnace. Not sure if they're even still in biz, or if they have a distributor in my area. Goodman, and Amana uses...
  23. Free standing sounds right.

    Free standing sounds right.
  24. Nooo,,,,,,it's a double 60 circuit breaker. A lot...

    Nooo,,,,,,it's a double 60 circuit breaker. A lot like the ones in a breaker panel, but instead of plugging into or onto the panel, they are wired in. Just need to know what the proper terminology...
  25. So what's the real term for this device?

    60 Amp. circuit breaker used in electric furnaces and some pkg. units. Wired through on both sides. I've always called them pass thru breakers. Obviously my terminology is wrong. Having a hard...
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