Type: Posts; User: alpha480v
Don't you love that stuff happening on a Friday, lol?
Good catch. Stuff like that is why I always double check with my meter that the power is definitely off.
Thanks for the link. I saw this clip on CNN. Like I have already said, this test was done with diesel fuel, not crude oil. Note the red coloring in the clip, and the announcer says "diesel" fuel....
Rip Ronnie. One of my favorites. One of the best heavy metal singers, and lyricists ever!
That device that Costner demonstrated is interesting, but will it work with raw crude oil? They showed the demonstration with diesel fuel.
Site glass on suction line? Hard to follow the piping with my old man eyes, lol!
Good advice. Most customers are happy if you explain that it could save a call back at overtime rates and lost product if the motor isn't changed out now.
They were so proud of their work that it looks like they signed it and dated it on the last pic?
I guess as long as it works and the owner is happy, work like this will go on and on.
I have had a couple of refrigerant burns like most of us. But none as bad as my coworker at another job had a few years ago.
He tried to save the refrigerant after a liquid line access shreader...
I like Peter Shiff. I listen to what he says more then most of the other so called "experts"
Sounds like a low voltage problem. One contactor, maybe contactor problem. All three, possible voltage problem. Could be Clo problem also, they act up alot on Carriers.
Wow that sounds like a company that I worked for back in 2002.(Service Experts) 70+ weeks were common, and then they expected you to help out on a Saturday for a furnace or boiler install! That...
I agree. And I might add that food service work isn't for everyone. Lots of techs don't care for it.
Good job! I have done stuff like that in the past also.
Nice looking job!
Go with the industrial job. Pay will eventually be better, and you will be using the insurance benifits soon enough once the kid is born. Kids get sick all the time.
My employer provides all the big ticket stuff like Vacum pumps, and Reclaimers. Every place I have worked in the past was the same way.
Good job by that cop freeing up the lanes like that. Probably would have taken hours for a flatbed to get there to get that packaged unit off of the road.
How's your back today after lifting all those sections out?
WOW that's iced up. How long has it been running like that?
Wow, interesting link. Thanks for posting it!
I never liked home depot. Allways try to go to Lowes if possible.