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    That's a good point Rick and that's also why it...

    That's a good point Rick and that's also why it isn't wise to install a furnace or air handler in a laundry area where there will be a lot of chlorine being used. The same applies for a swimming pool...
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    They are intended for small appliances such as...

    They are intended for small appliances such as refrigerators or window units.

    Place the piercing valve near the end of the process stub on the appliance. After service is complete pinch off...
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    The uni-weld regulator is a good choice for leak...

    The uni-weld regulator is a good choice for leak testing and they are fairly inexpensive. JS had them on sale here last month.

    For a nitrogen purge you may prefer a low-flow regulator for inert...
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    I'll bet about half way through they were saying...

    I'll bet about half way through they were saying to themselves "maybe this wasn't such a good ideer".

    http://youtu.be/Dv3HdXspRgA
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    BTW, that cure works for hurt fingers too!

    BTW, that cure works for hurt fingers too!
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    Best cure for that is to soak it in cider. ...

    Best cure for that is to soak it in cider.




    (Say it out load one syllable at a time.)
  7. Thread: Wall of Flame

    by Fabrk8r
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    Wall of Flame

    I imagine the town fire department is on alert every evening at about 5:00.

    http://i89.photobucket.com/albums/k233/fabrk8r/Grill_Hazard.jpg
  8. Thread: Word play

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    Word play

    This could be the same list that was going around last year. Funny nonetheless.

    The Washington Post’s Style Invitational also asked readers to take any word from the dictionary, alter it by...
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    All I know is that the federal energy tax credit...

    All I know is that the federal energy tax credit has been extended thru 2011.

    http://trane.com/Residential/Trane-Owners/Energy-Tax-Credit-Summary
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    About all you can do is keep them as clean as...

    About all you can do is keep them as clean as possible, inside and out, and keep your fingers crossed.

    As already stated, appliances, like most other consumables, are built quick and cheap these...
  11. Whew, that register would have been whistling at...

    Whew, that register would have been whistling at 671 cfm! It would have sounded like a jet engine.
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    I don't watch too much of those "ghost" or...

    I don't watch too much of those "ghost" or "sasquatch" hunter shows because I think that's a bunch of hooey as well.

    I think that if there were aliens here, or ghosts, or bigfeet, we'd have more...
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    I like the blue ones. The bubbles are larger than...

    I like the blue ones. The bubbles are larger than the pink ones.
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    The reversing valve should be under warranty by...

    The reversing valve should be under warranty by Goodman if it's less than 5 years.

    I've had to replace 2 of them in the same Goodman unit myself. I didn't charge the customer for the labor...
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    I watched it, because I'm curious about a lot of...

    I watched it, because I'm curious about a lot of things.

    My opinion, because I'm entitled to mine, just as Richard Dolan is entitled to his, is that this is complete hogwash.

    It was very...
  16. Thread: Pro Title

    by Fabrk8r
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    ur wlcm thnx nywy bb

    ur wlcm thnx nywy bb
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    I'm starting to wonder if this might be a DIY...

    I'm starting to wonder if this might be a DIY project from the questions we're getting back on our replies.
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    A parting wheel, also know as a cut-off disc, is...

    A parting wheel, also know as a cut-off disc, is a thin grinding wheel for a 4-1/2" grinder that is made specifically for cutting metal.
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    Or, as Kermit the frog says, "Time's fun when...

    Or, as Kermit the frog says, "Time's fun when you're having flies!"

    :grin2:
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    Parting wheel, or if the cut-out is large enough,...

    Parting wheel, or if the cut-out is large enough, just cut a big enough area out of the center and then you can put your snips on the "inside" and cut the inner hole that way. The second option may...
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    We recently did a hospital job that was actually...

    We recently did a hospital job that was actually required to be tested at 7"W.C. and the leakage was not to exceed 4%.

    I would have to go back and look at the spec book, but I think it was...
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    Well that's depressing. I'm 48 and my life is...

    Well that's depressing. I'm 48 and my life is almost half over.

    BTW, how do they know I'm going to be crushed to death by a fat woman who's jet-pack ran out of fuel?
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    We call it a "cricket", helps shed the water,...

    We call it a "cricket", helps shed the water, less chance for potential leaks.
    We add a cricket to any curb wider than a couple ribs or about 24" and usually all curbs on a pitch greater than 2/12. ...
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    I think the reason most people won't pay to have...

    I think the reason most people won't pay to have a Geo system installed to replace an inefficient gas furnace or air-source HP or conventional AC system is because the majority of us don't have...
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    If the refrigerant lines are in a chase, or...

    If the refrigerant lines are in a chase, or "pipe" as you described it, you should be able to detect if there is a leak by holding the detector at the end of the chase while there is pressure in the...
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