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  1. #157
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    Youngwiseman Journal Entry #3,506,113; day 13 (flame sensor in my furnace):

    The batal continyous feercly, but i am determining to press to forwerd on. All possibel sources for intel have been engaged: internet, ham radio and space bacon are yelding clues but with considerabal resistence. Thier is now talk of some sort of conspeeracy on one site that wood have a count of sum kind and mite lead to a downgrade in my statis and intel available.

    Current IAT (whatever this means?) is 48* Using microwaive to heat citchen. Wife (ex by now?) called pleeding for me to remind to feed cat. Have not seen dog or kat for a few days now, liter box and blankee are gone.

    Must go now to persew lead re: an alfalfa gang of hvac bandets. Let us prey this one they call spankee holds the kee.

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    Mmmmm bacon!
    Officially, Down for the count

    YOU HAVE TO GET OFF YOUR ASS TO GET ON YOUR FEET

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    10 on low and 14 on high fire!
    ROFL!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    You'd need to cut back on your proper spelling habits.
    Damn I knew I was worthless, there goes my career of doing electrical all by myself lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    Damn I knew I was worthless, there goes my career of doing electrical all by myself lol.
    You could always get a job sorting hangars at a clothing store.
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    I defrosted a freezer evaporator today, guess I'm the best rack mechanic on this site!!

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    The truth?

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  8. #164
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    You could always get a job sorting hangars at a clothing store.
    Wow really? Things are looking up!

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    did this guy ever respond to this thread???

    I think I know whats wrong with the furnace, but I ain't telling until the guy responds.


    p.s. Im not reading 6 pages of dribble, so if some one has a Readers Digest verson, let me know? Thanx
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmac00 View Post
    did this guy ever respond to this thread???

    I think I know whats wrong with the furnace, but I ain't telling until the guy responds.


    p.s. Im not reading 6 pages of dribble, so if some one has a Readers Digest verson, let me know? Thanx

    6 pages? You mean 13? He has responded many times with a premadonna attitude. Doesn't have the proper tools for diagnosis, and is changing parts. 2 weeks and counting he's been working on this furnace. We believe him to be a homeowner or self taught and incompetent. There's a pool in the pros pub betting on the day the job is complete. You're welcome to join.
    Officially, Down for the count

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    6 pages? You mean 13? He has responded many times with a premadonna attitude. Doesn't have the proper tools for diagnosis, and is changing parts. 2 weeks and counting he's been working on this furnace. We believe him to be a homeowner or self taught and incompetent. There's a pool in the pros pub betting on the day the job is complete. You're welcome to join.
    see ya at the pub. I can fix it, but it's going to cost him $150 bucks diagnostic fee ROTFL
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    Looks like those poor folks are two weeks without heat, as of today....
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  13. #169
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    Looks like those poor folks are two weeks without heat, as of today....
    Two weeks? Yikes, I would hope that if this was a legit contractor working on a customers furnace, that customer would have called someone else, because this is way too long.

    That's what I would have done.

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