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  1. #1
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    I hate these replacements.

    But they turn out ok most of the time.
    Got rid of an old lowboy and a 1964 sears condenser. No pics outside, I didn't feel like going back around to take a pic.

    No the flue is not crooked and yes the plenum is sweating like a mofo. Had the door to the outside open with a squirrel cage blowing air around.

    Old concrete ring from the coal furnace years ago on the floor.


    2012-07-19_18.16.06 by hackfreehvac, on Flickr

  2. #2
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    Very nice. I see you took the time to place a pvc pad underneath the furnace... Not a lot of people will do that. Thats not an insulated plenum I take it.... Its always nice to see good quality work... thx for sharing..


    (I think that water heater should be on a stand though...)

  3. #3
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    looks real nice, good job

  4. #4
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    Sure can see the outline of where the octopus was!

    Nice metal, done on site or in a shop?

  5. #5
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    Yeah nice job. Put a note on the condenser so the next guy doesnt add a drier outside and leave the indoor one. Tempstar is a nice Carrier/Sigler alternative.

  6. #6
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    Clean. I like the paperwork holder.

  7. #7
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    Sharp install, like the a/c pad under the furnace, been using blocks we set our L.P. Tanks on under the furnaces here since we have a lot of these blocks. Setting a good example for us to follow, last change out I did was in a mobile home, didnt take any pics, not much to see a furnace in a closet!

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    Excellent work, my boss would cry if I didn't seal every joint.

  9. #9
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toddbrewster View Post
    Sharp install, like the a/c pad under the furnace, been using blocks we set our L.P. Tanks on under the furnaces here since we have a lot of these blocks. Setting a good example for us to follow, last change out I did was in a mobile home, didnt take any pics, not much to see a furnace in a closet!

    We don't do mobile home furnaces.... Fortunately.

  10. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyed View Post
    We don't do mobile home furnaces.... Fortunately.
    Those are the best, how could you beat a HO who smokes a pack of cigs in your face and cat litter box next to the furnace, good times.

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    The mobile home scent is a very hard scent to aquire and takes years to get it just right guys lol

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    Thumbs up

    Where did you get the clear manual / paperwork holder. I need to start doing that.

  13. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timber View Post
    Where did you get the clear manual / paperwork holder. I need to start doing that.
    Local office supply place has them. Spect most all of them have or can get them.

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