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  1. #14
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    Unfortunately or Fortunately

    You don't need to be a pro to catch a fish or fix an air conditioner.
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    Stop bashing us fishermen. We're not as bad as we smell.
    There are a few fishing sites I frequent, one in particular, where guys are always looking for free advice about ..............(fill in the blank). I find it quite comical. Why would anyone ask a fishing site for hvac advice??? It happens all the time. Almost as stupid as asking fishing/boating advice on an hvac forum

    For those of you who care, believe it or not, I'm actually a professional bass fisherman. At least that's what they tell me. Although I have made much more money in hvac than fishing. Not ready to quit my day job.
    Officially, Down for the count

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    Ok.....I'm on point now. Well let us know how long it takes compressor to kick out again

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    The OP will never update the thread saying how he had to have someone come out.

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    See, HVAC and fishing do go together..................http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread....um-efficiency-)

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    Hey OP I bet you feel like a god among men on other non related sites when they ask hvac advise, I know I would lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by under pressure View Post
    . Try to push the relay switch in manually and see if it will "hard" start ,,,,,,,good luck
    And if the motor is grounded, you can have a nice big arc and a bunch of molten copper in your face or on your arms in the few milli seconds before the breaker trips. At my work, it's immediate grounds for getting fired. Its' a good visual indicator, but a bad idea to push it in manually. There's other, better ways ot trobuelshoot without having to manually push in a contactor.... like ummm using a jumper wire or troubleshooting the controls first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by under pressure View Post
    Sadly, they will not be interested in your "Little Tail"........rumor has it that Size matters, whatever that means?????????????????
    Well I heard fisherman use "little worms" was there a message here?
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