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  1. #14
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    70X20 duct. I hope it was a heavier gauge then 26.
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  2. #15
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    Without having any more information than he had, I wonder why he expected a good answer. Vague question gets a vague answer.

    He also needs to know how to spell DUCT if he is in the business. Sheesh!
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  3. #16
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    KEVIN,

    I'm just a helper. Been HVAC for 8-9 months. I do need to know how to spell DUCT and for that I thank you. My skin not thick enough for forum posts. Trying to get to 15 post to get into Pro section. I think HVAC talk is a great resource and will further my knowledge in this profession.

    You guys know how it is. Long days short nights. Sucks to ask for advise on the proper way to do something and get ridiculed. It is what it is. Everyone trying to beat ya down in this world no matter where you turn what you do or who you are. So cum-on 15, let me in, i just want some knowledge.

    Thanks Jay Parker

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAYLUPARK View Post
    KEVIN,

    I'm just a helper. Been HVAC for 8-9 months. I do need to know how to spell DUCT and for that I thank you. My skin not thick enough for forum posts. Trying to get to 15 post to get into Pro section. I think HVAC talk is a great resource and will further my knowledge in this profession.

    You guys know how it is. Long days short nights. Sucks to ask for advise on the proper way to do something and get ridiculed. It is what it is. Everyone trying to beat ya down in this world no matter where you turn what you do or who you are. So cum-on 15, let me in, i just want some knowledge.

    Thanks Jay Parker
    Welcome.

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    Vulkem on seams and silver coat on the rest.


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  6. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by JAYLUPARK View Post
    KEVIN,

    I'm just a helper. Been HVAC for 8-9 months. I do need to know how to spell DUCT and for that I thank you. My skin not thick enough for forum posts. Trying to get to 15 post to get into Pro section. I think HVAC talk is a great resource and will further my knowledge in this profession.

    You guys know how it is. Long days short nights. Sucks to ask for advise on the proper way to do something and get ridiculed. It is what it is. Everyone trying to beat ya down in this world no matter where you turn what you do or who you are. So cum-on 15, let me in, i just want some knowledge.

    Thanks Jay Parker
    i hope i did not offend you... that was certainly not my attention... this is a great place that we all learn from each other..... and you better toughen up this is not the most rewarding trade.... most people are all ready mad at you before you arrive as they have had a break down with there equipment.. I am lucky ..i am half deaf from old age ....miss customers remarks....
    it was working.... played with it.... now its broke.... whats the going hourly rate for HVAC repair

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