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    Good point. There seems to be growth on the...

    Good point. There seems to be growth on the bottom four inches or so.




    True, but the E.P.A. identifies habitats of rare and endangered species, such as a variety of mildew that may be living...
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    Agreed about the spider web. Looking at the water...

    Agreed about the spider web. Looking at the water lines on the footings, it looks like the level is down about a foot from high water. The owner should contact the E.P.A. He might be sitting on a...
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    Is that vertical line about a quarter way in from...

    Is that vertical line about a quarter way in from the left a reflection on the lens, or a stream of water?
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    I doubt it's all condensate.:whistle:

    I doubt it's all condensate.:whistle:
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    Is that ground water, or is something leaking?

    Is that ground water, or is something leaking?
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    As long as you are insulating it from the strap...

    As long as you are insulating it from the strap and case, you reduce the amount of heat that would otherwise be dissipated to the steel. Whether that amount of heat is enough to make a difference in...
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    Distortion, I guess. When I first looked at it on...

    Distortion, I guess. When I first looked at it on a different monitor, it looked like the slab was level, and the condenser was tipped toward the building. On this one, it looks like the slab tilts...
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    Seriously, I think it is. Look how it's propped...

    Seriously, I think it is. Look how it's propped up in front. That's not accidental. Someone did that deliberately, and I bet it has something to do with water draining out the back.
  9. There are some cultures in which "secondary...

    There are some cultures in which "secondary negotiations" after the fact are expected. Yet another reason I'm happy to be on a payroll.
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    It's better than just putting the screw in half...

    It's better than just putting the screw in half way and bending it over, like some do.
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    I hope his wife has access to some of that money...

    I hope his wife has access to some of that money to get that fixed. Not her fault the guy is a drunken hack.
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    I'm curious- What's on the other end of the...

    I'm curious- What's on the other end of the flexible dryer vent hanging over the water heater?
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    There are silent alarms that connect to a phone...

    There are silent alarms that connect to a phone line. As soon as the power is cut or a refrigerant loss is detected, monitoring co. notifies police.
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    The couch looks like it was a nice piece at one...

    The couch looks like it was a nice piece at one time.
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    There are plastic extentions to raise the seat...

    There are plastic extentions to raise the seat height as much as 10" that I know of. They've been around for years.
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    I think I know the one you're talking about. It...

    I think I know the one you're talking about. It was posted here a couple months ago. There was also one about five years ago with a building half covered with them.
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    I had a similar experience with a Trane unit....

    I had a similar experience with a Trane unit. Sheave was open too wide. The belt lodged in it, and the motor ripped the spot welds out of the base. I still have the belt and sheave hanging in my cube...
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    If the tenant paid the contractor at the time of...

    If the tenant paid the contractor at the time of service, I can see why the contractor didn't feel the need to verify that the tenant was the owner. Where he might have helped himself avoid eviction...
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    Hire their lawn service. They've been trimming...

    Hire their lawn service. They've been trimming around the bricks and compressor for at least five years, and haven't flattened all the fins on the condenser with their weed whacker. Nice work!
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    It's quite stable. I don't reach in any further...

    It's quite stable. I don't reach in any further than I need to to get the hose where I need it.
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    Wouldn't be much help there, but I plan to get...

    Wouldn't be much help there, but I plan to get those for some of my other locations.
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    Rube Goldberg was here

    Not sure this actually belongs in the wall of shame, but there isn't a wall of "Just make it happen". I have a building with 6RTUs, 4 of which are on curb adapters and too tall for me to get to the...
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    I'd like to think that someone didn't want to go...

    I'd like to think that someone didn't want to go down to the truck, so they just picked up stuff laying on the roof to get from A to B. The truth is likely to be something to do molecular ionization.
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    Better too many than too few.

    Better too many than too few.
  25. I noticed the unit you showed is labeled to run...

    I noticed the unit you showed is labeled to run R22. These people are really saving money all around on this deal.
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