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    Gonna Call This JJ's No SHT Q's

    what is the whole size for a centrifugal flue ? : my thoughts is they look great compared to separate holes.

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    Do you mean a concentric termination?

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    Gonna Call This JJ's No SHT Q's

    i just had to look at this thread to see what it was about.

    Gonna Call This JJ's No SHT Q's - just makes no sense at all.

    to make it in this business you must master the spoken and written word.

    IOW speak english, put your hat on straight, and pull up your pants....
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    Here are a couple examples with dimensions but you would, of course, have to know the actual dimensions of the make , model and material you are installing......

    http://www.dnmech.com/lit/good_dcvk_IO-619A.pdf
    http://www.htproducts.com/literature/lp-166.pdf
    http://www.gasappliancesales.com/fil...ntric_Vent.pdf
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    somethings i will offer will be a head in palm reaction but pls give me a decent amt of respect. i rlly need advice since i work for a sales expert who has never been where the work takes place. if any of you feel i ask or start threads which are.... well guys i drink after work and will not ask for forgiveness. fix em up and make em comfy folks.... im here reading,learning,growing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samejj View Post
    somethings i will offer will be a head in palm reaction but pls give me a decent amt of respect. i rlly need advice since i work for a sales expert who has never been where the work takes place. if any of you feel i ask or start threads which are.... well guys i drink after work and will not ask for forgiveness. fix em up and make em comfy folks.... im here reading,learning,growing.
    If you want to accomplish your goals, stop drinking and continue learning. Take a basic writing course at your local community college. Pick a best selling book and read it, and note the way the author assembles a sentence, and then a paragraph to communicate an idea. I hear O'Reilly's Killing Lincoln is pretty good.

    Don't let yourself be held back. Communication is your most basic tool for every job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samejj View Post
    somethings i will offer will be a head in palm reaction but pls give me a decent amt of respect. i rlly need advice since i work for a sales expert who has never been where the work takes place. if any of you feel i ask or start threads which are.... well guys i drink after work and will not ask for forgiveness. fix em up and make em comfy folks.... im here reading,learning,growing.
    Abbreviated titles and in the post itself don't always get good responses since you may be using an abbreviation that is only common in your are.

    We're glad your here to learn and grow. And that will work better the clearer you type your questions and answers. Since we have to be able to understand what your asking/saying to answer your questions.

    Drinking after work, who cares. But try and use spell check and reread your post before you submit it, to make sure its understandable by others. You'll get better help that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by samejj View Post
    somethings i will offer will be a head in palm reaction but pls give me a decent amt of respect. i rlly need advice since i work for a sales expert who has never been where the work takes place. if any of you feel i ask or start threads which are.... well guys i drink after work and will not ask for forgiveness. fix em up and make em comfy folks.... im here reading,learning,growing.
    respect, like trust can only be earned.

    it may sound like we're beating you up but the reality is we're trying to help you.

    your customers expect, no, demand professionalism. dont act professional. be professional.


    also remember to survive on the forum you must have thick skin. no one here sugarcoats their advice.

    AKA very tough love.


    good luck
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    Quote Originally Posted by ch4man View Post
    respect, like trust can only be earned.

    it may sound like we're beating you up but the reality is we're trying to help you.

    your customers expect, no, demand professionalism. dont act professional. be professional.


    also remember to survive on the forum you must have thick skin. no one here sugarcoats their advice.

    AKA very tough love.


    good luck
    Amen.

    A drink after work, fine. For you.

    However, a lot of guys go much farther than that, and that is not good for you, or your loved ones. Your post looks more than half in the bag, to me.

    Be good to yourself. It pays big dividends.
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