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  1. I take care of a few dialysis clinics and have...

    I take care of a few dialysis clinics and have never had any trouble with belts lasting more than a few months. I always use either Gates or Optibelt belts. As previously stated, I would make sure...
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    I found a 4 D cell Mag-Lite years ago and have...

    I found a 4 D cell Mag-Lite years ago and have kept it beside the drivers seat ever since for my primary. The batteries are long gone but I have other flashlights... The .38 is a secondary.
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    I had a blast, no pun intended. Thanks to all the...

    I had a blast, no pun intended. Thanks to all the guys that showed up and a special thanks to Dad whom set up the entire event. I will definitely do it again, even with the 3 hour drive. Looking ...
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    Looks like I will be able to make it to the range...

    Looks like I will be able to make it to the range Saturday. Looking forward to putting a few rounds down range.
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    It was starting to give a problem here and there,...

    It was starting to give a problem here and there, including having some leaks. That, added to energy consumption are the main reasons for replacement.
    It is installed in a local TV station and is...
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    Company policy says no firearms. That being said,...

    Company policy says no firearms. That being said, it also says something about having "appropriate PPE"... I keep something in the truck at all times but because I mostly work in medical buildings,...
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    I should be able to make it, but I am not going...

    I should be able to make it, but I am not going to make any promises. Will probably know better the week of.
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    60+ year old Trane Centravac

    Not exactly a new install, but I have to hand it to the guys that built and maintained this machine. We are replacing what is believed to be the first Trane centrifugal chiller started in Greenville,...
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    That got it, thanks!

    That got it, thanks!
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    DX-9100 not communicating over N2

    I have a DX-9100 that is not communicating with the front end. I disconnected the N2 bus at the controller and hooked up my laptop to try and communicate with GX-9100 tool and this failed as well. ...
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    The filter dryer you installed, was it a biflow?

    The filter dryer you installed, was it a biflow?
  12. Sorry, but this is not a DIY site. The best...

    Sorry, but this is not a DIY site. The best advice I can give you is to not attempt to install your discount unit yourself, and unless you have a load cal saying you need that much heat, I wouldnt...
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    May God watch over her and her crew.

    May God watch over her and her crew.
  14. First company: 1. As long as there is a list on...

    First company:
    1. As long as there is a list on file with the office with model and serial numbers of personal tools, company insurance pays for replacement.
    2. You do. Unless you can convence the...
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    I think we have our first elimination.

    I think we have our first elimination.
  16. If you have cintas or like at your place and they...

    If you have cintas or like at your place and they keep you in supply of clean floor mats like they do here, take one that is clean and lay down in the back of the truck over they stain. When asked...
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    I have driven several of each. Now I am in an 07...

    I have driven several of each. Now I am in an 07 chevy with the mighty 6.0L. I love it, plenty of power, rides better than my personal car, gets better gas milage than the Fords I have driven, more...
  18. lol, oh how true :D

    lol, oh how true :D
  19. When I started with the company I am at I ran...

    When I started with the company I am at I ran Aeroseal for about 8 months. It is a great system. Im pretty sure they still offer a ten year warranty, but after seeing this stuff, you wont need the...
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    Used both, much prefer the Arzel over EVC. I...

    Used both, much prefer the Arzel over EVC. I feel it is a better product, and if you are installing it in an exisiting duct system, you cant beat the Arzel for quick instalation.
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    I have a customer that is using an AMX system...

    I have a customer that is using an AMX system with 19 thermostats on it, but he is using the Aprilaire communicating stats with the AMX whole house automation. I do know that AMX is one of the top...
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    No kidding. I had to turn the A/C on in my truck...

    No kidding. I had to turn the A/C on in my truck today, got up to 69*. Even at 6:30 tonight its 63*. Two days ago the high was 33*. No wonder Im always sick this time of year.
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    Not sure what all your company does, but...

    Not sure what all your company does, but regardless of why I am out there, I always look around to see if I see anything else that needs to be addressed, like leaking water/sewer pipes, do they need...
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    So the flue is b vent from where it exits the...

    So the flue is b vent from where it exits the furnace, all the way out the roof, correct? If so, and if you have plenty of combustion air and free air for the furnace then I would seal that bad boy...
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    lol, that sucks!!! That is why I always seal the...

    lol, that sucks!!!
    That is why I always seal the lines before I put one on my truck.

    This doesnt hold water compared to some of you, but me and another guy pulled a trane climatuff for a 5 ton...
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    Almost everything we do is external wrap. I dont...

    Almost everything we do is external wrap. I dont like internal liner in a res. duct system.
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    I have always been told that in addition to...

    I have always been told that in addition to helping a motor start, it also gives it a sense of direction.
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    Almost all 410a equipment now except for...

    Almost all 410a equipment now except for commercial, and we are starting to do more 410a there than 22.
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    Mastic works good for us, just make sure to...

    Mastic works good for us, just make sure to wipe/vacuum and loose dirt/dust from the wood and metal before you apply the mastic.
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    Did you ask them why they didnt go back with the...

    Did you ask them why they didnt go back with the company that did the first phase?:D
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    I have seen the rack for the ladder that mounts...

    I have seen the rack for the ladder that mounts at the top of the van and was thinking about trying to get one for my van. How do you like yours??
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    We do all that, plus some. Email is in my bio.

    We do all that, plus some. Email is in my bio.
  33. Thread: SC Code

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    No, returns are not required in every room. As...

    No, returns are not required in every room. As for running the blower, I do not recommend running it 24/7 in the summer months due to humidity as previous mentioned. I have seen more than once...
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    Did you charge extra for enlarging the basement?:D

    Did you charge extra for enlarging the basement?:D
  35. The original board that is in your furnace is no...

    The original board that is in your furnace is no longer available, but Lennox does have any upgraded control that is for that unit, along with a couple other of there units. I can have one done in...
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    LMAO:D

    LMAO:D
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    It is not a big secret, but there are way to many...

    It is not a big secret, but there are way to many variables to consider, location alone plays a big part in price. What I make an hour here in Upstate SC would be laughed at by someone in my...
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    Does (insert an amount of money here) sound like...

    Does (insert an amount of money here) sound like a reasonable price for my car?

    As with the above statement, there are to many variables.

    P.S. Pricing is not allowed on this site, please...
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    Mark B is correct, the defrost board locks into...

    Mark B is correct, the defrost board locks into high capacity when the outdoor temp is below the set point for the lock-in. Normally you will find them set at 40* but you can change it from 40*,...
  40. Its about a hour and a half drive. I will ask...

    Its about a hour and a half drive. I will ask around here tomorrow and see if anyone knows someone closer to you and let you know.
  41. We have one, but we are in Greer, SC.

    We have one, but we are in Greer, SC.
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    HRV for areas that do more heating, ERV for areas...

    HRV for areas that do more heating, ERV for areas that are warmer and humid is what I have always been tought.
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    First things first, you need to make sure that a...

    First things first, you need to make sure that a load is done on the house to see what size unit you need. The smallest 13GCSX they make is a two ton, I sure hope for your sake that your house...
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    I agree, closed loops have a lot less maint....

    I agree, closed loops have a lot less maint. costs over the life of the equipment due to being able to control the water quality in the loop.
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    Sorry but this isnt a DIY site. Gas especally...

    Sorry but this isnt a DIY site. Gas especally isnt something that you want to mess with if you dont know what you are doing, very bad things can happen. About the only advise you will get here is...
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    I agree with freezeking, go for the heat pump,...

    I agree with freezeking, go for the heat pump, the cost difference between a cooling only and a heat pump is very very little.
  47. A few days before Thanksgiving last year a lady...

    A few days before Thanksgiving last year a lady gave me a frozen turkey and a box of brownies. I tired to refuse but she wouldnt have it, so I took it home and threw it in the deep fryer a few days...
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    Yup

    Yup
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    There is no hole for a cotter pin, and the nut is...

    There is no hole for a cotter pin, and the nut is a regular nut, not a castle nut. First vehicle I have see that has a regular nut instead of a castle with cotter. I guess it is just one more way...
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    Well, we finally got the truck back. The...

    Well, we finally got the truck back. The dealership ended up bringing in some higher-ups to inspect the damage and oversee the repairs. They also video taped everything as well as took a bunch of...
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