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    Stolen tools

    Tool bag and leak detector stolen has this ever happened to anybody else before
    Inficon d tek fluke multimeter and all the hand tools. Man I'm having a bad day.

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    I had a 3 month old cordless kit that cost around 500 stolen out of my van, then the same day I lost a $1500 check from a customer, that was a bad day I almost quit.


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    As we speak I'm on a job were all the new cast rads are leaking, this will be a bad day.


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    I lost two makita impacts in two months, it hurts when tools go missing.
    Best defense keep things locked up.

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    Happens alot...I use a company called cpm something...got tool insurance....file police report and have a check for the replacement tools within 3 days

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    How did they get your bag?

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    Was working on condenser walked too truck for a part and poof all gone and nobody in site

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    I guess I will be doing a lot of filter changing for a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by cavalieri85 View Post
    Was working on condenser walked too truck for a part and poof all gone and nobody in site
    I would barf. Sorry to hear that.

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    that SUCKS man! good luck with replacement. i just went through my entire bag and did an inventory...listed EVERYTHING...including serial #'s etc.

    check with your Home owner's ins. probably won't cover work, but worth a shot.

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    I hate thieves. The should be strong out and shot.


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    That sucks, man! I had someone get into my van once and they only took a cylinder of R-22 and a rope. They left my laptop, hand tools, wrenches, power tools, and everything else!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tech Rob View Post
    That sucks, man! I had someone get into my van once and they only took a cylinder of R-22 and a rope. They left my laptop, hand tools, wrenches, power tools, and everything else!
    That's a weird combo lol, charge their ac then hang themselves?


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