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  1. #1
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    Typical locals.

    Local company. Typical work for them, "dedicated to quality"

    Goodman air handler. Bryant coil thats taller than the cabinet. Filter sits on top of the coil.

    What a mess.

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    Don't you hate it when a new cabinet shrinks like that? I allow 10%. Sometimes that's not enough.
    Carpe Carp~ Seize the carp

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    Someone chewed lots of gum on that install


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    The customers note said "I don't get what all the tape is about?"

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    what a mess

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    Haha. Did you get it all sorted out?!

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    Going to go back and level the unit back up, and put on a 5" thick filter and cabinet. Then tape the piss out of it! haha


    I could follow these guys all over town. Typical for this neighborhood. Real nice homes, mechanically a zero. Most all are 2 or more levels, very few zoned, ones that are don't work right. One house, I have never figured out, 3 levels total, zoned by using 2 systems, but they did it ass backwards, each end of the house has a system. Stats sit 10 feet apart. East end does 3 levels, west end does 3 levels.

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    WTF? Thats sad.

    CT

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    hack job

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    I replaced one last week that looked very similar. Strange.

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    Most likely got tired of having to keep replacing leaking goodman coils.

  12. #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodney28334 View Post
    Most likely got tired of having to keep replacing leaking goodman coils.
    So they stuck a bryant leaker in there?

    Not just goodman with the coil leaks man.

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