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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by boilerman856 View Post
    And don't forget to bring the van up to the mountains and put fresh air in your tires...
    I had an apprentice believe that in the last week of June we had to change over to the "summer air" in our tires. The "winter air" was only good till the end of spring.
    Every customer you take for granted today will be someone else's tomorrow.

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    Sounds like an I-D-10-T Error code...
    You might need tech support for this one.

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    And dont you know that by putting batteries in the freezer for three hours will make the AC run real cold? Make sure you put them in an ice tray then cover with water before freezing. Trick is getting the batteries back into the t-stat properly, as stated on page 25 of the manual.
    Psalm 51:10, 12

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mikeylikesit View Post
    the equipment operator?
    Cant find the yellow pages?
    Psalm 51:10, 12

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    Quote Originally Posted by ldmth44 View Post
    Cant find the yellow pages?
    Well, this is your neck of the woods, ld. Why dont you go ahead and give him a hand? You can write if off as charity.
    Every customer you take for granted today will be someone else's tomorrow.

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    ahhhhhh yesssss..... the old shaking the batteries trick... once I had to do that to the vans battery system, but turns out it was only missing a transmission. Easy fix.. good thing i called my good friend, the pilot to help me out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by martin&sonsa/c View Post
    I always keep a few shaking batteries in my bag just in case. I keep them right next to my left handed hammer,the board stretcher and those sky hooks always comes in handy. lol
    I went into a local hardware store where I knew the owner very well, had one of his employees come up to me and ask if he could help me find anything, gave him the story that I was looking for a Left Handed hammer, then proceeded to explain to him that there was a difference in the shape and style of hammers where a Right handed hammer was curved a certain way from handle to head and a left handed hammer was curved in the opposite direction. had him completely fooled by it, until Ridgid came out with their line of hammers that were for Left and Right handed people, bought one just to prove that there was actually something as a left handed hammer.
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    By the way you forgot to mention the wire stretcher, used for when your wire is just a few inches too short. use this instead of having to wire nut a short piece of wire in, looks so much better and the instructions tell you you much you can stretch it before changing the wire size so you do not undersize the wire.
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  9. #22
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    I thought you were suppose to rub the batteries in your hair and the static elect would charge them back up?

    Some older people still believe this- ever notice the bald spots on their heads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DLZ Dan View Post
    I had an apprentice believe that in the last week of June we had to change over to the "summer air" in our tires. The "winter air" was only good till the end of spring.
    It exists
    http://kalecoauto.com/index.php?main...b4o9e91di3aa13



    I better go buy some before they run out of air

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    I'll be damned
    Every customer you take for granted today will be someone else's tomorrow.

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    are you serious or high?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactechdan View Post
    are you serious or high?
    High? Only on the goodness of Kalecos products, such as their triple-distilled blinker fluid and not to mention their hand-made laser-cut muffler bearings... I bought 3 of my best pipe-stretchers from them, along with my metric and imperial adjustable wrenches

    For those of you who haven't caught on yet, Kaleco is a joke site making fun of those who tinker with things that they shouldn't tinker with, hence the products mentioned above. I don't believe they actually sell anything, or they might sell their goodies as souvenirs

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