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    and the removal procedure 530791

    and the removal procedure

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    Job dedication

    Not sure what he was even fixing, but one of my service techs goes above and beyond.

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    Free screwdriver with every new fan.

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  4. Thread: Exhaust Fail

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    Exhaust Fail

    Got called in as an engineer to write a letter as to why this is wrong. hazardous exhaust in pvc, each tube is about 300-500 cfm. no MUA.

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    And I'm not going to even get started on the...
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    Luckily the damage was minimal. It was over the...

    Luckily the damage was minimal. It was over the kitchen and cooler

    This guys was something else, he roughed the whole job off the bid-set of plans. Had to rewire the refrigeration equipment 4...
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    Why was it raining in my new restaurant???

    This is how I spent my morning. Silly electrician couldn't figure out the waterproof fittings supplied with the unit.

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  7. Thread: Traps?

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    I believe it fell off and the maintenance guy put...

    I believe it fell off and the maintenance guy put it back on like that, then we got a call about water leaking.
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    I would classify this as a "skinny guy job", and...

    I would classify this as a "skinny guy job", and then my boss would respond "there aren't to many fat guy jobs."
  9. Customer was complaining of low humidity in OR4

    My customer always had low humidity in OR 4, all the operating rooms were on the same unit with the same humidifier. Took this picture after letting the thermostats sit for an hour while i was doing...
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    What happened to all my air

    Found this one while balancing. Luckily I had the skinny guy with me.


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    Installer neglected to fully convert the down flow unit to a horizontal. luckily he threw away the blank...
  11. Thread: Traps?

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    Traps?

    Still can't figure out traps...

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  12. Thread: Wirenuts

    by Miller257
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    Wirenuts

    One of my former techs mounted this carryover tube on a York RTU with a wire nut.

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    I'm glad my current tech found it on a PM and had enough sense to "quietly" repair it.
  13. Entry Level employee needed in Milwaukee, WI

    Looking for a motivated individual interested in a career in HVAC. This position includes on the job training as well as required schooling in the HVAC industry. Please e-mail your resume.

    Skills:...
  14. HVAC Service Technician needed in Milwaukee, WI

    Teko Mechanical, Inc. Founded in 1997, Teko Mechanical Inc. has become a cornerstone in Southeastern Wisconsin's HVACR industry. Teko offers quality service with custom commercial, industrial and...
  15. HVAC Installer/Sheetmetal worker needed in Milwaukee, WI

    Teko Mechanical, Inc. Founded in 1997, Teko Mechanical Inc. has become a cornerstone in Southeastern Wisconsin's HVACR industry. Teko offers quality service with custom commercial, industrial and...
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    Wow, never realized great stuff was UL181 listed!...

    Wow, never realized great stuff was UL181 listed! :gah:
  17. Thread: New Boots

    by Miller257
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    Power was off, and how would it be any different...

    Power was off, and how would it be any different than a linesman in plastic bucket on a boom truck working on a live wire. I guess we could have let the building freeze...
  18. Thread: New Boots

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    why would using buckets to prevent your feet from...

    why would using buckets to prevent your feet from getting wet get you a darwin award?
  19. Weld on a 1/4" coupling, thread on a ball valve,...

    Weld on a 1/4" coupling, thread on a ball valve, drill it out and shut the valve. then thread on a service port.
  20. Thread: New Boots

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    Plumbing burst on the second floor, ran all the...

    Plumbing burst on the second floor, ran all the way down to the basement, where the floor drain was plugged. I think the wire is for a pump, as they pumped the water out instead of unclogging the...
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    I have the uniqure oppertunity of being a...

    I have the uniqure oppertunity of being a estimator project manager and engineer, I do the same, medium or high static drives. Upsize the drive on furnaces. the best thing in the world is the DC...
  22. Thread: New Boots

    by Miller257
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    New Boots

    My boss

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    After all they they didn't get the floor drain unplugged! :Faint:
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    No, they installed the HVAC and we installed the...

    No, they installed the HVAC and we installed the kitchen hood.
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    It does not actually matter.

    Contractor to inspector;

    "I understand that the balancing report and results of air flow are nothing like the plans we submitted and that were approved through your office but it is my...
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    It's a quick easy way to cover your ass, If you...

    It's a quick easy way to cover your ass, If you do a PM, compressor runs fine, pressure and amps. Do a meg and megs kind of low, you can note it on your report.

    Nothing worse than doing a PM, and...
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    Inspector wanted it every marked every 5 feet. I...

    Inspector wanted it every marked every 5 feet. I went a little nuts...
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    It depends, typically 1.25 hours in spring, .75...

    It depends, typically 1.25 hours in spring, .75 hours in fall 25 tons and under.

    Spring;
    Clean coils
    check amp draws, meg out compressors
    check amp draws and meg out blower motors
    check all...
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    wow some of you guys throw a lot of hours on...

    wow some of you guys throw a lot of hours on there, cranes to get them on the roof. 24 hours???
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    I was agreeing with Marc, I tell all my guys to...

    I was agreeing with Marc, I tell all my guys to do it that way, not as pictured.
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    It's a commercial building, but we run 2 psi for...

    It's a commercial building, but we run 2 psi for everything. I put 2 psi in my house as well. I can run 1/2 CSST instead of 1-1/4 blackpipe.
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    That's the way I always do it.

    That's the way I always do it.
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    Is this wrong or not?

    I always go valve, trap, regulator, union, unit.

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    This dives me nuts

    Some of my guys, Can't paint the 3' of rusty gas pipe going into the building on a brand new million dollar building.443131
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    by the looks of that unit, the A/C might have...

    by the looks of that unit, the A/C might have been there first :)
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    Who buries a lineset underground. I at least run...

    Who buries a lineset underground. I at least run them in PVC
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    better air flow

    better air flow
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    it may but it was not setup that way. 40ton...

    it may but it was not setup that way. 40ton luxaire :gah:
  38. Thread: P-Traps

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    P-Traps

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    Gotta love it.
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    No need for a 3H4C on a 40 ton

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    Surprised they didn't put a single stage stat on it.
  40. Thread: Got fuse'?

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    You guys have never seen these???

    You guys have never seen these???
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    Your co-workers give you crap for being thorough?...

    Your co-workers give you crap for being thorough? Come work for me!
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    don't you check all your set screws on startup?

    don't you check all your set screws on startup?
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    I tell you, big houses, I did a job on a large...

    I tell you, big houses, I did a job on a large mini-mansion. After I was done with my ductwork mods on the simple remodel, I was blamed for the cooling not working in her bedroom (other end of the...
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    My salesman called me today, all trane units are...

    My salesman called me today, all trane units are being converted to microchannel in the next few weeks.
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    the fan is code, has to be 10' off the ground and...

    the fan is code, has to be 10' off the ground and discharge at a 45 degree angle
  47. I brought it up to the local inspector yesterday,...

    I brought it up to the local inspector yesterday, he said "don't worry, it's already an issue."
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    Thats a factory package from captive aire. ...

    Thats a factory package from captive aire.

    http://captiveaire.com/CatalogContent/Fans/Sup_MPU/index.asp
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    8.5 ton's of cooling on a MUA unit.

    Restaurant has been open 5 years, no one ever hooked up the cooling!

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    should be in a rated vapor proof fixture. lucky...

    should be in a rated vapor proof fixture. lucky it didn't light up the place.
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