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  1. #1
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    Interesting find while cleaning condenser coil

    Thanks for teaching me about splitting a condenser coil for cleaning. It's amazing what you find between the two sections.








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    What the heck is that?

  3. #3
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    No clue as to what it was.

    Some kind of plastic.

    Very brittle and kept breaking apart as I was pulling it out.

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    It's a miracle that thing was working at all!!
    do you think that happened at the factory, or is someone messing with you?

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    it would have been better if it was $100.00 bills crammed in there


    can't say I've ever seen anything quite like that
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by swamp View Post
    It's a miracle that thing was working at all!!
    do you think that happened at the factory, or is someone messing with you?
    I can not believe that has been there since '86.

    If someone is messing with me, well, my hat's off to them. That was a good one.

  7. #7
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    That, My friend is the amazing invention of Mr. Mildwurf Flump in 1979. It converts co and other greenhouse gasses to pure o2. In 1980 almost every split coil was shipped with this amazing product, i't didn't work. Manufactrures removed the wonder fabric and found it good for shipping packing, apparently that unit was assembled on a early Monday morning or late Friday afternoon. Incidentily, Mr. Flump has since left inventing and has moved on to desighning equipment with non acessable controls-motors-belts,etc. His newest idea is a welded box with a pad on the side that you bang you'r head on and chant "ooom" while the customer is at the bottom of the ladder chewing you'r pants leg.
    Damn phosgene

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