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    Mobile Home Furnace Not in a Mobile Home

    Mobile Home Electric Furnace Installed in a Residential Application. The Supply Plenum was made from Foam Insulating Board. It was Clearly Marked COMBUSTABLE! It was 3" from the heaters!! Its all gone and set up properly now. O just so you know it passed a Home Inspection.
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    How did that even pass inspection?

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    wow...... butcher work.....
    it was working.... played with it.... now its broke.... whats the going hourly rate for HVAC repair

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    Passed a "home inspection." I'm guessing not a local code inspection. Looks like crap.
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    Holy crap!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by AC Shop View Post
    O just so you know it passed a Home Inspection.
    If that's anything like in my area, it isn't saying much.

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    Brings back memories .

    I once went on a call to start / service / set-up a homeowner installed oil furnace .

    He had the furnace installed outside under his carport. The point where I declined was when I found his PLYWOOD plenums , supply and return ductwork.

    He had put o lot of effort into it but I wasn't going to read about his death or get drug into court over a house fire /injury or death.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikeacman View Post
    Brings back memories .

    I once went on a call to start / service / set-up a homeowner installed oil furnace .

    He had the furnace installed outside under his carport. The point where I declined was when I found his PLYWOOD plenums , supply and return ductwork.

    He had put o lot of effort into it but I wasn't going to read about his death or get drug into court over a house fire /injury or death.
    Good call, gotta draw the line somewhere.

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    Maybe the inspector with the dark glasses and the white cane?

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