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02-12-2011, 07:50 PM
When my father started his business we did appliance repair as well as A/C and heating. He would sometimes offer the "cheap" solution to people as everyone has hard times.
Many times it is the...
I'd suggest working with a local business. As has been mentioned there are many differences between working on a real item instead of being in a classroom setting.
if you have some old junk...
I'd recommend buying your basic handtools and gauges. Now if you have items you prefer to use over others you may want to purchase them but clear it with your boss as some may still want you to user...
How big of a change was it going to it?
I've installed many R-22 systems but haven't messed with the new R-410a. I know the pressure is significantly higher and most companies are recommending to...
They sell some of their products through Amazon so they have to be well established. I've bought a couple of things from them in the past with no trouble.
I buy most of my handtools online due to...
Where in the state are you at? if you are close around dublin there is an excellent program at Heart of Georgia Tech.
01-25-2011, 03:13 PM
I don't know about Canada but generally the service side, repairs to appliances and refrigeration does well. When the economy tanks people don't buy new they repair old, like automotive. It can be a...
I recently moved and don't have access to my father's equipment, I have everything except a vacuum pump and recovery unit.
The vacuum pump I'm likely going with either a robinair or the yellow...
I've read the forums for a while but just recently decided to start posting.
I'm orginally from Georgia but recently moved to NorthWest Indiana. My father had an appliance repair business so I've...
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