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    Ignition module bandit

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    Found this while on a pm for a new client. It only takes two screws to do it right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
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    Found this while on a pm for a new client. It only takes two screws to do it right.


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    That's 2 screws too many for today's helpers!

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    It's a shame to find things like this. It's just like hanging cap no pride in ur work.

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    that kind of crap pizzzzes me off extremely, sorry sob's
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    Lazy

    How lazy can you get! C'mon, 2 screws. - DF

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    Holes didn't line up.

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    Looks like it gets wet there, I hope he had the desiccant selection micro-switch in the on position.

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    Crap breeds crap...you'll be back...
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    yea ive seen that a few times and all i can do is shake my head

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    Yep....to screws and a BRAIN.

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    Wow. Thats just lazy!!

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    I see the same kind of crap doing residential, even know some who would look at that and say whats wrong with that?? They are also the ones who seem to not have a lot of work when its really hot or cold out wonder why? I used to work for the largest mech. contractor here, had some really good people that I was fortunate enough to be able to work with and learn from, we never would get away with this kind of crap not that I would have left it that way any way, I like to think I am really picky about my work and how it looks, and how it operates when I am done, and the customers level of satisfaction with my work.

    Also dont these ign. controls usually have to be mounted with the top up? I thought these said on the top, "mount with this side up"? Maybe not, but still lazy!

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