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  1. #27
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    Nov 2001
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    Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Canada Occupation:Interprovincial Plumber, Commercial Gasfitter Interests:
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    What about all the guys that work for Garland, Hobart, Russell, Ecolab, etc but aren't hvac techs. Lots of knowledge that might not be available.
    I love my job, but paydays Thursday

  2. #28
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    May 2004
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    That's what the Membership Committee is for. They evaluate and tell me to unlock their account. It is better this way as they handle each application one by one.

    Much better than an honor system with an apply button


  3. #29
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    May 2006
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    Good idea!
    I work for a medium size school system and I work on all the kitchen equipment along with all of the HVAC, and I'm the plumber to.

  4. #30
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    Apr 2005
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    Central Indy
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    Thumbs up Good idea!

    GOOD TO SEE A FELLOW MAINTENANCE MECHANIC ON HERE! I THINK THIS FORUM IS AN AWESOME ADDITION TO THIS SITE!

  5. #31
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    Jun 2006
    Location
    Las Vegas,NV
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    I say yes and thanks it might come in handy I work for a major hotel casino my trade is HVAC& Ref, but they though me in Kitchens ovens grills you name it I'll probly be working on it and its old hotel 40yrs and they are tight on parts dont want to buy it unless they have no choice if you know what i mean

  6. #32
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    Nov 2005
    Location
    Milwaukee, WI
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    I think it is great as I have 10 years doing commerical cooking equipment and 20 doing HVAC, they do get put togather sometimes

  7. #33
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    Dec 2005
    Location
    South Bend, In.
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    Lusker, Great ideal.
    I do both where I work, call myself the company slut, do anything, anywhere, anytime, get more hours than the specialized techs. Downside to this is that I am a jack of all trades, know alot about everthing and next to nothing about any one thing. Isn't a fryer nothing more than a specialized furnace that heats grease instead of air, an expresso machine a specialized boiler that makes coffee insead of heating water for buildings, a beverage chiller line system a mini chiller? This suff is pretty neat to work on, so yea lets have this forum.
    So you didn't ask, what you though was a stupid question. Now how, are you going to tell the boss about your stupid screw up?

  8. #34
    Join Date
    Dec 2005
    Location
    South Bend, In.
    Posts
    529

    Cool

    Originally posted by greenm&m
    I would have to agree. I have a site I use alot. It has tech sheets, wiring diagrams, installation refrences and alot more. All you have to do is type in the model number. I hate it when I go to a customers house and the papers are gone.
    Green M&M, where is this site, I would be intrested in it. Thanks.
    So you didn't ask, what you though was a stupid question. Now how, are you going to tell the boss about your stupid screw up?

  9. #35
    Join Date
    Mar 2006
    Location
    wisconsin
    Posts
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    Thumbs up

    Closed forum, I like the comm. food service, covers everything in a greasy commercial kitchen.

  10. #36
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    Apr 2006
    Location
    Phila.
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    38
    excellent idea I work both sides hot and cold saves surffing time.

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