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    Thanks for the replies, I haven't had much time...

    Thanks for the replies, I haven't had much time to get on here lately. Between looking for a job and doing work to my house so we can sell it if I have to, there's not a lot of time for the internet....
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    Its nice to hear I'm not the only one having to...

    Its nice to hear I'm not the only one having to drive a considerable distance for work. As I told this guy I don't have any problems driving that far ,and that I am only 15 minutes from his coverage...
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    How far do you drive?

    Curious to see how far (or how long) your drive is to get to work? For the business owners do you have requirements in how far your employees can live from your shop?

    I went for an interview as an...
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    Job needed Central IL

    Looking for work in the Joliet Or Bloomington\Normal areas, or anywhere in between. I have trade school plus 6 months. Send me a PM if interested please.
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    I went to a Carrier training class on heat pumps...

    I went to a Carrier training class on heat pumps and the trainer acknowledged that they were having issues with this. He said it was caused by over tightening during assembly. He also said to contact...
  6. I have seen my employer who sells a lot of...

    I have seen my employer who sells a lot of Goodman/Amana switch nameplates regularly. We have had customers that specifically stated they do not want a Goodman, so they sell them an Amana. Supply...
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    Thanks for the replies this site has become...

    Thanks for the replies this site has become almost invaluable (and addicting too :D ) I asked because I was taught at tech school to increase the size as close to the furnace as possible. I wanted to...
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    Flue pipe quesions

    We did a install of a 100000btu 96% goodman/amana furnace recently and the flue pipe configuration was a little different in my opinion.

    We put a 2" 90 on pointing to the left, it continued 3'...
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    The guy I am partnered with uses the cigarette...

    The guy I am partnered with uses the cigarette lighter method to test for leaks. The first time he did it I about lost it, he doesn't even carry leak detector with him on the truck! I am really...
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    ncboston...... Exactly what I was thinking! I...

    ncboston...... Exactly what I was thinking! I grew up in this town/county and still know a lot of people here. I was raised three blocks away from this house. I don't want to be apologetic for other...
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    Music at a customers house

    I want to get others opinions on this matter. Earlier this week myself and another guy were doing a 2 day job in a customers basement. My partner will often play music on his phone, songs with a lot...
  12. Thread: Any Help

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    I'm kind of in the same boat that you are. I am...

    I'm kind of in the same boat that you are. I am 40 years old fresh from trade school, and got hired on about 4 months ago as a installer. I went into this line of work because I am good at problem...
  13. Thread: Cutting PVC

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    Our plumbers will use the chop saw too but when...

    Our plumbers will use the chop saw too but when you're only cutting a couple pieces its alot of trouble and mess to use in somebodies basement. I think the cutters that slc tech referred to is...
  14. Thread: Cutting PVC

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    Cutting PVC

    Being a "new guy" to this trade I wanted to see what other people are using to cut PVC. Currently for all of our cuts we use a sawzall with a bimetal blade, but it can be difficult to cut straight or...
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    Well I discussed it with my boss. I gave him some...

    Well I discussed it with my boss. I gave him some background on what type of person he is. I also assured him that I would be professional and not cause problems. He said he had no doubt I could...
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    Good advice guys! Thats pretty much what I was...

    Good advice guys! Thats pretty much what I was thinking too. I had discussed it with one of my former coworkers who also knows what type of person he is, and he agreed with me. That I should discuss...
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    Job ethics question

    Hoping somebody can help me out with a dilemna. The company I work for works mostly in our rural county. We have a job on thursday in the town where I live (population 1200) at my former employer. I...
  18. Thread: New guy

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    New guy

    Hello new to the site. Been working in hvac for about four months. Looking forward to learning a lot from the people on here.
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