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  1. #144
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    I want to know where you find such understanding customers. All of mine want their furnaces fixed the same day. Do they also pay you everytime you come out and look at the furnace?

  2. #145
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    OK, you're on. Let's see if the attitude is warranted.


    Quote Originally Posted by Youngwiseman View Post
    (smile) you all are giving me a hard time , but i love it keep up the good work people, i love it once again, i do not know why you all think i do not know what im dealing with,
    Because you write as though this is your first furnace. An experienced tech would know EXACTLY what to do. You are NOT that guy.


    Quote Originally Posted by Youngwiseman View Post
    i have worked on plenty of furnaces heating and cooling, if i do not know anything at all i know how to be safe around gas air and fire ,
    You have given no evidence in your posts to tell anyone that you are safe around gas OR electricity.


    Quote Originally Posted by Youngwiseman View Post
    i definitely show the utmost respect for electricity because i guarantee i know electrical more than probably anybody on hvac-talk i have wired commercial and residential applications by myself
    More than anybody? Maybe a few. But not more than me, kid. Ever replace a fuse in a 6,660 volt cutout? Repair a truckload of defective color TV's? Repair motor starters in a commercial warehouse? Bend conduit? Design and build recording facilities? NO?

    I guess you were wrong.


    Quote Originally Posted by Youngwiseman View Post
    so there's really nothing you people can say to break my spirits,but keep up the negativity, i have went to school to do this trade and even though i do not know all the ins and outs that you guys know, i do not deserve the negativity but i love it cause it motivates me but keep it up,
    Based solely on what you have written, I would consider asking for my money back.

    Quote Originally Posted by Youngwiseman View Post
    but yes back to this problem, flame season is brand spankin new all circuit have been ohmed and are good circuit grouds are good all the way back to the panel, i can put any one of you techs in front of this furnace and you will come to the same conclusion as i have
    What is a flame season?
    What is a circuit groud?

    Truthfully, you can put any one of us in front of this unit and in under 5 minutes, we can tell you what is wrong. Why did you not find yourself able to do that? This is "furnace 101" stuff.


    Quote Originally Posted by Youngwiseman View Post
    i guarantee it cause i know what im doing to the tee, i know the sequence of operation and i am qualified to work on these equipment so rather you like it not im the man for the job but lacking some things to get the job done but keep hating i love it , try your best to break me but i doubt if you can

    You don't understand the meaning of the word hate. It probably is not your fault, as you went to some defective school where you failed to learn writing and grammar.

    Once again, as was pointed out, IF you were "the man for the job," it would be fixed no later than the second day.

    Now, here is a question for you: why are you not asking your boss for help?

    Here is another question: why is the "customer" willing to wait so long for you to figure out what is wrong? Uncle? Father? Aunt? Cousin?

    So, kid, you want the TRUTH?

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  3. #146
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    Yep.....the guy can't handle the truth.

  4. #147
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    I hope for his sake when he has that humbling experience it is not at the expense of someone's well being.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynden View Post
    I hope for his sake when he has that humbling experience it is not at the expense of someone's well being.
    I'm sure they have plenty of electric heaters, I know two things about them there cheap to run and super safe, right?

  6. #149
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    With his electrical back ground, of course they're safe.

  7. #150
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    Quote Originally Posted by lynden View Post
    With his electrical back ground, of course they're safe.
    Yeah, I heard that he's got to be one of the best and most qualified electricians on this site, we should really be learning from him

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    Quote Originally Posted by danbb View Post
    Yeah, I heard that he's got to be one of the best and most qualified electricians on this site, we should really be learning from him
    It's probably too late for us, after all the bad habits we've picked up over the years

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    Quote Originally Posted by danbb View Post
    Yeah, I heard that he's got to be one of the best and most qualified electricians on this site, we should really be learning from him
    You heard that too? Maybe I can start an apprenticeship with him, that would really boost my career.

  10. #153
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    Youngwiseguy,

    There is no hate for you here. You are not even getting a "hard time".
    As for "negativity", you haven't answered a single question regarding readings that are needed to help you. That is the number one thing you are failing to realize. Instead of rambling on about everything else, if you had responded to these professionals with what you were asked to provide at the start you might have gotten somewhere.

    Stating that everything is ohmed out and gas pressure is good without giving us the readings is like telling us that your car gets 30 mpg because you can go to grandmas house and the shopping center 4 times between fillups. At this point we can't even believe you own the car.
    You are wasting everyones time looking for easy fix suggestions instead of learning to do it properly if you are an aspiring tech or calling for professional service if you are not a tech. Either way your actions may injure or kill someone.

    To make a statement that you know electrical more than probably anybody on hvac-talk shows how truly ignorant you are. I would be surprised if you know more electrical than anybody on this site other than what it feels like as it uses you for a conductor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    You heard that too? Maybe I can start an apprenticeship with him, that would really boost my career.
    You'd need to cut back on your proper spelling habits.
    Officially, Down for the count

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  12. #155
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    2 weeks....is it fixed yet?

    thought this was going to be simple.

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    What is the brand, model, and serial number?

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