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    Oregon Tech.

    Hey guys! My name is Brandon, and I am a service tech from Astoria, Or. I work at P&L Johnson Mechanical Inc doing commercial and residential service and troubleshooting. My company is a diverse one, letting me work on just about everything from oil, gas, refer, hydronics, and alternative solutions. Looking forward to becoming an active member to this forum, to share my experiences, and help, and learn.

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    WAve at me the next time we pass on the road.
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    welcome aboard
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Welcome! I am also in Oregon.
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    Hey thanks guys! And i will haha, you near astoria uniservice?
    Edit: nevermind, you are in ilwaco. I live in Long Beach. Nice to see a neighbor!

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