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  1. #1
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    what's wrong in this picture?

    this isn't really great w.o.s. stuff like I've posted in the past but the shame about this is that it's been unnoticed for this long. bosses favorite hack .. i mean so called tech has been doing pms here every spring & fall for as long as the log shows. i suppose being in a rush is not always good considering . . . but ill sweep it under the rug like always & won't mention it on my invoice. i fixed it & left a note behind Name:  uploadfromtaptalk1334069600659.jpg
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    Sensor location

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    Sensor location
    bingo ... im not shocked at this point with what i find out there

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    haha duh that's the filter temperature sensor!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hipsterdaddyo View Post
    haha duh that's the filter temperature sensor!
    Yea, thats what I thought....Or maybe some new-fangled filter lock.
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    What's not wrong?

    At least the filters are clean.

    That can't be a factory job because at least half of those components are not plenum rated. No stress relief for that wire going through thr floor of the makeshift control compartment.
    I think the return sensor is in an okay location, if something burns up it will too, but the smoke billowing out will warn the occupants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BSunday21 View Post
    At least the filters are clean.

    That can't be a factory job because at least half of those components are not plenum rated. No stress relief for that wire going through thr floor of the makeshift control compartment.
    I think the return sensor is in an okay location, if something burns up it will too, but the smoke billowing out will warn the occupants.
    That's the first thing I thought of.

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