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    It's a snake!!! No wait....

    It's really a line set!
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    And of course the obligatory multiple drier setup....
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    And another snake....amongst looking horrible....
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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1088 View Post
    It's really a line set!
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    And of course the obligatory multiple drier setup....
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    And another snake....amongst looking horrible....
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    Why would you leave so much copper there if you did not have to?

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    Are you kidding me? do some people not have brains. what where they thinking when they installed that?

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    You've heard of bait car right? Well this Is bait condenser.


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    Lazy!! Precharged lineset and too much trouble to recover cut fit and connect so just hook up, get paid, and leave. Lazy!!

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    Does doing that have any effect on the unit operation? One house we work on has one like that:


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    Quote Originally Posted by WarTurtle View Post
    Does doing that have any effect on the unit operation? One house we work on has one like that:

    Just another place to trap oil that's not the sump of compressor where it needs to be!

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    Yeah. Recover, cut, and fit that properly or you will be changing a locked-up compressor.
    Every customer you take for granted today will be someone else's tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarTurtle View Post
    Does doing that have any effect on the unit operation? One house we work on has one like that:

    Get the owner to clean up the crap around the unit, too! Is that flex being used for the return? That whole thing looks like a turd!!!
    Psalm 51:10, 12

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    think of the money at waste lol

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    Such a waste of extra copper, pure laziness!

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    On top of that, here's the contactor that came out of it....Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1350162640.087743.jpg
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    Ugly

    I tore one out yesterday that was just like this. It looks horrible.

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