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    Rust in Peace!

    Approx 35 year old 3.5 ton Split Heat Pump. The indoor unit was still working. The compressor was locked up (I wonder Why). The customer had family coming in from out of town and needed the cooling running. I set a used condenser down to get temporary cooling until the Family was gone (Thus the reason for no before pics of the condenser). Installed a new 13SEER Bryant Split Heat Pump. Customer was very pleased with the project.
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    Did you sell them a dehumidifier too? Nice install!

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    Gotta love walking in on something like that...
    Tough times don't last...Tough people do.

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    dang, was there water in basement before??

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    I hope you got hazard pay.

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    How does it feel to save a life? Job well done!

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    Did you get a tetanus shot beforehand?
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    If those folks do not have breathing issues.. they should. That thing was MOLDY inside. You did them more of a favor than you know.
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    WD-40 anyone?
    You need to put the phone down and get back to work!

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    Unbelievable. Rust bucket for sure.
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    NICE! that space looks clean

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    That original indoor unit had at least another 10 years in her with some sheet metal and zip screws..little metal tape around the edges but awesome install, nothing like another happy customer.

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