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I'm dumbfounded by the fact that Bruce is dead!
I've been so busy since I started AIR-WIZZ, Inc. a few years ago that I have not been to this site in a long while. Bruce is the one who qualified my...
Uh, that depends...
How many beers? :D
08-12-2007, 05:39 AM
I've got to agree with you big time on this. If your a contractor, then appliance would be bad; IMHO. If you were just a guy with a wrench and Sole Prop. then your overhead may be low enough top...
Oh, wait, wait... You meant...
I don't get it?:confused:
Thanks guys, I'm still taking it all in.
Check out this option.
D-Link has a 12-24 volt DC Router that has an EV-DO card slot in the back along with 4 wired ports and Wifi. It allows you to turn...
I've been looking at these.
Suggestion that could make you a hero:
Solar power panels on the roof of van that power small fan(s) plumbed into boxes or cabinets designated for electronics and other temperature sensitive...
Technicians / Salesmen & Field Workers:
What type of computer hardware do you use in the field?
Describe function: Invoicing, Customer and/or Inventory Tracking, Problem Solving Software,...
Radiators, Charge Air Coolers, Pre-Coolers, After-Coolers, Hydraulic Coolers, Condensers and Evaporator...6 of one and half a dozen of the other, I've had my time with them all.
I'm way to doing to be drunk this, but here id goes!
Dis what it looked like when I married it!
And dis is what it look like now!
I'm going through Contractors Exam School Their Hollywood branch.
LOL, Only swamp cooler I ever saw hadn't worked in ages. Ugly thing. Your right about not going to need a lot of this stuff. Thats...
Man, your not kidding. I have ADD as well and am on NO meds so concentrating is tricky; however, the flip side is I retain like crazy and recall everything in the field. When I hit an interesting...
Currently a Supervisor of maintenance for Largest Government Transit agency in Miami and in the process of obtaining my State Cert. HVAC-A Licence for my own biz. Not working outside of MDT at the...
It has AC/DC (True RMS) Clamp, Temp (K-Type), Cap test(for what its worth) and all the other typical multimeter functions plus a backlight and hold and call back features. The new EX830 has the same...
This is the clamp kit I bought in February
Your right, I saw Alton Brown do it and I have been doing it ever since on Grease, butter or pan seering temps before putting the meat on and even the BBQ! I love cooking. I experiment a lot and...
I work for for a Large (Biggest) Government Transit Agency. I am the Supervisor for the mainteneance crew of over 400 tech's. I've been there for 15 years. I am well experienced in A/C whether its on...
Fluke will always be the best. I've used Fluke for 15 years. But Extech sure is nice and they have decent prices.
In February, 06, I bought an Extech kit (TK730) on EBAY that included a EX730 AC/DC Amp Clamp/Multimeter, IR temp Gun, line spliter, non-contact voltage detector, k-type probe and a nice case to put...
This is Scoho
The answer is:
What will cost you if your right?
...And if she's right?
What can you live with?
[Edited by scoho on 06-01-2006 at 09:01 PM]
They apparently have been around for a while but these two are the only two really worth it. The rest are "Quality Challeged". Everytime I watch these I cry from laughter harder and harder until my...
Are you sure that's your Fluke your squeeizng? LOL!
Sweaty lines and condesating air handler all sound good. Definetly consider a heat source (furnace) is on or vents are not delivering air properly! you should have approximately 20* difference of air...
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