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    What the ****?

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    First off, you dumb blue-collar mook, I live in a state with no HVAC licensing. Have manifold gauges will travel pretty much means you're in the trade.

    Second, what is the deal with you mental midgets? It's like the HVAC trade is this big secret, yet the people doing it are mostly high school drop-outs.

    If you think for one friggen second I'm going to pay you dumb bastards the outrageous rates you charge, it's not happening. No way. I started this whole thing because I've paid enough of you idiots to last me a lifetime, and you've ****ed up my system every time. Meanwhile you show up trying to push parts I DON'T need, to squeeze me for every last dollar on top of the outrageous labor rates you already charge.

    This forum is for equipment owners. I am an equipment owner. You just don't like the fact that more and more people are repairing their own stuff, and refuse to pay you idiots for your substandard service. I followed the rules of the forum, and posted the question in the appropriate place.

    What is this, a lead generation site? Get bent, retard. Really.

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    Now go read our site rules, thank you.

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    From our site rules.

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