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  1. #1
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    Cool Another theft picture

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    The amazing thing is that the 2 fans were running ready to slice and dice!
    As iron sharpens iron so one man sharpens another Proverbs 27:17 NIV84

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    Did they leave the evap coil??

    Them fans do look like they spinning!:0
    You're only as good as your customer will allow you to be.........If they want junk, sell them junk, but make your junk look neat!!!

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    That's the neatest bunch of copper thieves I've ever seen!

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    Quote Originally Posted by precision hvac View Post
    That's the neatest bunch of copper thieves I've ever seen!
    No kidding. The only thing better they could have done was braze the cut lines and leave it on a nitrogen charge for you.
    UA LU189

    10mm, because it's better than .45acp

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    Better watch out, those compressors look rabid, they are frothing at the mouth pretty good.
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    It's getting carried away out there. CiCi's pizza, right next to a 24 hour WalMart supercenter. Big old Choo Choo above it missing a condenser. Luckily it's been cold.

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    Historians will look back at this time period in great amazement as the Great Second Copper Age. This will mark the first time in human history where because of advanced copper forming technology and a soaring economy that Copper Tubing and not the antiquated stamped coin was used as currency. This new currency has become to be so prized that most people will gladly forgo any and all human comforts just to possess it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billg View Post
    Historians will look back at this time period in great amazement as the Great Second Copper Age. This will mark the first time in human history where because of advanced copper forming technology and a soaring economy that Copper Tubing and not the antiquated stamped coin was used as currency. This new currency has become to be so prized that most people will gladly forgo any and all human comforts just to possess it.
    I think crack cocaine is a stronger currency.
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    10mm, because it's better than .45acp

  9. #9
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    You sure they didn't just take it back to the shop for a good cleaning?
    Better Service Through Knowledge...
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    What a shame, every A/C unit is at risk of being stolen if there's not a dang good guard around it.

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    They do nicer work than alot of our guys......... ???
    Tough times don't last...Tough people do.

    Midnight Sun Astrophotography

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    I called about the gadget sold to 'protect' A/C units. It's a box that connects to the electric and refrigerant lines, and the alarm system. If a machine shuts down or loses power, the alarm monitoring service is notified. WE lose a few machines a year to theft, but my boss doesn't feel the anual loss will exceed the cost of installation and related expenses. My place is just to keep the stuff running.
    Carpe Carp~ Seize the carp

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    Quote Originally Posted by fridgitator View Post
    I called about the gadget sold to 'protect' A/C units. It's a box that connects to the electric and refrigerant lines, and the alarm system. If a machine shuts down or loses power, the alarm monitoring service is notified. WE lose a few machines a year to theft, but my boss doesn't feel the anual loss will exceed the cost of installation and related expenses. My place is just to keep the stuff running.
    Ah yes I've heard of that device, called the "CopperWatcher"

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