Type: Posts; User: MB1211
Just think, someone was proud to install that. :gah:
I just took the picture the other day so if it was I guess it happens a lot.
I never thought to put the manual here. I'll know better next time.
Threads were clean as the day it was threaded. We couldn't figure out why the old gas logs wouldn't work correctly. Now we know.
It's pipe dope. Way too much pipe dope.
Not much else to say...
Seems everyone is. I saw a new American Standard the other day with an all aluminum coil. Nordyne is supposedly changing over too.
No need to find a coil now. We are the 4th company to fix this mess and the HO is fed up. He decided to change the whole system. No argument from us.
You got it. It is a ARUF. The AHU measures dimensionally to be a 4+ ton unit according to specs but the model number is clearly a 3 ton. Even the serial number says it's a 3 ton. At least we were...
It's a horizontal install if that matters at all but there is a 3 inch gap on 2 sides. Old coil is 3 rows and about 2 inches taller too.
According to the manufacturer, these are the same. They don't look the same.
Can't say I can argue with you! She's an old high school friend that hasn't changed a bit.
I think it looks great. Shows you have pride in what you do.
Personally i think as many times as you can get your company name on the internet you should. Just my opinion.
I may be getting an opportunity to travel with a local contractor hooking up in row cooling for computer racks. Never even seen one but hey if it has refrigerant in it, should be able to work on it....
Mitsubishi has a ducted unit now. Looks just like a regular air handler.
I have always used the WC * .8 + TW = total weight when 80%.
Sounds like a common problem we see, cover wasn't seated properly.
If there is a control issue a new one won't solve the problem. The 700 is a good unit. Get it repaired or wired correctly and you'll be better off.
Be careful of some of those "pocket type" holsters. There are a few out there that the gun will fit into and stays on the gun when you draw. They fall under the same classification as "pen guns". ...
And there is always the thought that dead men don't talk :) But seriously, the classes I have taken always stressed that you are defending your life. It comes down to them or me and I'm going to...
I hear ya. Just wanted to throw the link out there for more info.
Not exactly. Check here for more info on that http://www.handgunlaw.us/ .