I've posted here a couple times...I've been working for an upper Midwest company for four months now and I'm really enjoying it and glad I made a career change. Used to be a truck driver. I graduated top of my class at tech school and consider myself fairly intelligent. But some things that happen on the job blow me away. I don't like to ask too many "dumb" questions of my more experienced co-workers, so I will ask them here. It seems our biggest abortion is a reopened Denny's. All brand new equipment from the make tables to the walk in freezer and cooler. We have had A) bad TEV on walk in cooler. B) heaters on drawers on freezer the manufacturer "forgot" to wire. C) GFI on egg cooler constantly trips. D) door switch on reach in freezer doesn't press in far enough, so evap fans never came on. E) walk in cooler door doesn't shut. F) electricians wired the defrost heaters wrong on both walk ins...What the hell? Is this stuff just junk? It's all brand new! Is this what I have to face the rest of my life?