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    Sparky, Sparky, Sparky, You have been a bad monkey!

    Nothing like working on a rooftop in the rain....and then you see this and hope the tubing holds up.
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    Oh boy.

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    Looks like it has a good coating of roofing tar on it. Should be OK!

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    This looks like something that could potentially stop a Trane That's why a reputable company would typically get a licensed electrician to deal with this sort of thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Moonrunner View Post
    This looks like something that could potentially stop a Trane That's why a reputable company would typically get a licensed electrician to deal with this sort of thing.
    I'm not a licensed electrician, and I could and would have done a better job than that. Guess the installer was out of conduit straps that day.
    When you do a job, Always make it easier for the next guy, because you may be the next guy working on it.

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    I like the roof curb!
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    The cutout says "come on pull my lever I dare you".
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    The electrical is on par with the stacked 4x4 unit "stand" with no pitch pans to protect the roof and keep the wood from rotting away...
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark beiser View Post
    The electrical is on par with the stacked 4x4 unit "stand" with no pitch pans to protect the roof and keep the wood from rotting away...
    Hey, it's not bad for an install starting with 'I got a heat pump off of the back of a truck'

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelPaladin View Post
    I'm not a licensed electrician, and I could and would have done a better job than that. Guess the installer was out of conduit straps that day.
    I'm betting most licensed guys in the trade could and would. Calling in an electrician is just a due diligence thing, but not a bad practice. Maximizes the chances of the job getting done right and minimizes the exposure to liability.

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    At least they used sealtite,,,,,,what about this????

    If you really know how it works, you have an execellent chance of fixin' er up!

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    Yea, no banana or humpy, humpy for you today.....
    Tough times don't last...Tough people do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tunnel_rat View Post
    Yea, no banana or humpy, humpy for you today.....
    Lol, Actually it was a Ghostbusters 2 reference.
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