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    Items for sale.

    Pro Max recovery machine, brand new in never opened box.
    m# RG6000
    s # 09200004437
    New, lists for $800.00 Sell for $600.00

    Weil Mclain 3 section oil fired boiler. Very good condition, 5 years...
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    So you assumed the EPA regulated the sale of...

    So you assumed the EPA regulated the sale of refrigerant but would not restrict you from adding it to the system? Yes, I believe you.
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    I tamp and pour a pad on the majority of installs...

    I tamp and pour a pad on the majority of installs we do. It is truly the way to go.
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    We are out of Yorktown Heights (northern...

    We are out of Yorktown Heights (northern Westchester). Can provide contact information if requested.
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    If they are reputable they shouldn't have a...

    If they are reputable they shouldn't have a problem coming out to verify the proper operation of the unit you paid them to service.
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    The shraeder valve or valves are defective, and...

    The shraeder valve or valves are defective, and should have been changed while the technician was there for your repair.
    If they are reputable, they will do it on their dime.
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    I would do a little more homework if I were you....

    I would do a little more homework if I were you. Just how sure are you that your existing ductwork can properly handle the increased CFM's? Variable speed is not a proper cure for a poorly designed...
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    As always, homework is a great thing to do.

    As always, homework is a great thing to do.
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    With the evaporator coil , yes but I will usually...

    With the evaporator coil , yes but I will usually drop the blower speed a notch depending on the circumstances of the install.
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    When it's installed correctly.

    When it's installed correctly.
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    It pays to do your homework.

    It pays to do your homework.
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    One would have to assume you took the lowest bid.

    One would have to assume you took the lowest bid.
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    riderman, sorry for the delay in answering the...

    riderman, sorry for the delay in answering the question you posed, but business has been brisk in my area recently to say the least. I'am not sure to what your actual question to me was, but if you...
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    I am just curious of where you have accumulated...

    I am just curious of where you have accumulated all of your knowledge in this particular field? You seem to have your own answers for all of the questions you have presented here, so why ask the...
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    I wouldn't want a heat pump if I was in your...

    I wouldn't want a heat pump if I was in your area. I would go with the oil fired hot water baseboard heating system now, save your money, and add the central AC when your finances allow.
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    Ditto.

    Ditto.
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    Have been selling and installing them for eight...

    Have been selling and installing them for eight years. Have been very happy with them.
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    Personal preferances aside, for those contractors...

    Personal preferances aside, for those contractors who are so supportive of the use of ductboard, sincerely, why is it your preferance?
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    How practical this would be would depend largely...

    How practical this would be would depend largely on how labor intensive the conversion would be. Properly sized and installed by a qualified, reputable contractor, comfort wise HWBB systems are...
  21. I just paid $2.36/gal. for LP. (Westchester...

    I just paid $2.36/gal. for LP. (Westchester County NY)
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    Crushing the insulation by using a zip tie on the...

    Crushing the insulation by using a zip tie on the outer layer of the flexible duct will not have any effect on the insulating value of the flex whatsoever if done correctly. I still service all the...
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    Both inner and outer layers of flexible duct...

    Both inner and outer layers of flexible duct should be strapped to the ceiling box and tightened with a strap (tensioning) gun. Tape dries out over time and in my opinion is useless.
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    Have you considered or been presented with the...

    Have you considered or been presented with the option of a gas fired continuous flow water heater?
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    Is that what you are going to tell a paying...

    Is that what you are going to tell a paying customer? That is just a stupid reply.

    [Edited by lonnirat on 10-12-2005 at 10:28 PM]
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