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    It all depends on the system, but you can't get...

    It all depends on the system, but you can't get past the engineering and physics. 10 SEER and older equipment were typically designed to have an evaporator coil temp 35 degree colder than the air...
  2. Most municipalities do not have a code for...

    Most municipalities do not have a code for residential exposure, so it falls back on industry standards. The 35 PPM is a good one, but the EPA recommended level is 9 PPM in room air over an 8 hour...
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    Try http://www.trainsignal.com/blog/free-computer-training-videos/free-networking-training-videos/page/2 for a good start on networking fundamentals. Good luck, try not to overload.
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    Try this http://www.learnhvac.org/. I have been...

    Try this http://www.learnhvac.org/. I have been using it in my classroom as a training tool. It is still in development and doesn't do everything, but it is still pretty cool.
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    I might be able to help you out. After 5 repairs...

    I might be able to help you out. After 5 repairs on mine during the warranty period, it broke again and Testo now wants $321 to fix. As far as I'm concerned, my 550 just became a boat anchor. If...
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    Not just for decoration

    If it wasn't screwed in it would have fallen down. I'm just surprised they didn't even try to hide it with foil tape.
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    I'd rather have it there than screwed to the...

    I'd rather have it there than screwed to the access door.
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    Homemade Blower Install

    Aside from the mount, it is 1725 RPM and says "Dayton Pump Motor" on the side. The rotation was also reversed, which is probably why the motor didn't fry itself yet. Someone just bought the trailer...
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    I broke 2 sets of chains on my van last year. I...

    I broke 2 sets of chains on my van last year. I keep lobbying for all-wheel drive vans, but no luck.
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    It is true. My wife works with the wastewater...

    It is true. My wife works with the wastewater department here. Some workers found it in the effluent tank (poop tank). They took it out, cleaned it off, then let it go. They found it later like...
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    You know it's cold when...

    A duck freezes in place. Yes, that is a duck frozen solid mid step.
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    Apparently the chains didn't help much.

    Apparently the chains didn't help much.
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    Don't jump to conclusions! Maybe one of the...

    Don't jump to conclusions! Maybe one of the employees is peeing on it.:)
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    I prefer the bi-fold type. Lightweight and easy...

    I prefer the bi-fold type. Lightweight and easy to carry with my toolbag and clipboard, but a little more sturdy than the 3 legged ones. They last around 6 months to a year before they break and...
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    Folding Stool

    One of my favorite "tools" is a folding camp stool. My knees aren't wonderful and kill me at the end of the day if I have to kneel down in front of a furnace or AC much. The little folding stools...
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    I've has that HS35 for over a year now, and...

    I've has that HS35 for over a year now, and haven't had any problems with it. Two other guys I work with have both had to send theirs to the factory for repairs. They had a problem with the display...
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    Looks like a time lapse photo of a drunk...

    Looks like a time lapse photo of a drunk condenser walking down the sidewalk to me. Or should I say drunk POS?
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    It's going places. It's hard to stop a Trane. :D

    It's going places. It's hard to stop a Trane. :D
  19. Don't know on Rheems, but on the other's I've...

    Don't know on Rheems, but on the other's I've worked on it tends to sag right there in the middle a little bit, and it's a pain in the a** to get the panels back on.
    Looks good. It would be nice if...
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    I think the varied responses from everyone here...

    I think the varied responses from everyone here should give you the most insight into what to do. Some people need "attaboys", some people are motivated by money alone, and others need to see how...
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    Tell him he should run his dryer vent into the...

    Tell him he should run his dryer vent into the furnace door for some extra heat too.:D
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    Glad to see this post now. I've seen these...

    Glad to see this post now. I've seen these valves, but haven't had a problem w/ them yet. I just hate the stupid way you test the pressure. I'll take the old style any day. We have a class...
  23. Thread: 9mm or not?

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    Re: I'm looking for a good 45 caliber

    Are you absolutely set on a 45? I've got a Walther P99 9mm that is very similar to the Glock but is much more user friendly. They also make it in a 40 caliber.
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