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  1. #1
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    Some gems from today


    Amazed this one didn't start on fire

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    Actually I'm surprised it hasn't tipped off the curb from that first pic.
    When you do a job, Always make it easier for the next guy, because you may be the next guy working on it.

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    Those are the easiest switches to change out! Unreal how lazy some people can be!


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    You could Red Tag That unit Hear for Jumperd out saftey switch and un painted gas pipe.

    So did you fix em up?

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    How old is the unit? It looks quite old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchoolMech View Post
    You could Red Tag That unit Hear for Jumperd out saftey switch and un painted gas pipe.

    So did you fix em up?
    I shut 'em down. This was an initial inspection on this store. W2 was also disconnected. Having the shop quote them for a thorough heat insp, but I'm going out on a limb here to say its the plugged evap coil.

    Quote Originally Posted by machery View Post
    How old is the unit? It looks quite old.
    1995. There's a 3rd Carrier up there, also a 1995 that has a plugged distributor manifold. Which we're quoting repair and replace.
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    Bet my next paycheck that hx is full of holes. Flames rolling out tripping the bypassed limits.
    Heat inspection? Just remove the 20 screws holding the side discharge cover on.

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    That style notorious for holes in hx after 6yrs..replaced alot last heating season

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    I'd quote to replace those units. They're 119 in dog years.

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