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  1. #79
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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtinhvac View Post
    Have these folks been without heat since November 1?
    yep

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    Quote Originally Posted by Youngwiseman View Post
    ok...my meter huh ....ohm,amps,volts,? during the heating after burners lit ,i put my clamp on meter on it and read like 0.3 give or take 2 amps is this right
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    should this ground be located on the burners connected all the way back to the groud going to the main power coming in the unit . let me know
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    i would greatly appreciate some one explaining these grounds for me
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    so actually im certified to do everything you do
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    now im a electrician
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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtinhvac View Post
    Have these folks been without heat since November 1?

    They're staying with me right now until he can figure it out
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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtinhvac View Post
    Have these folks been without heat since November 1?
    How is that possible? I don't know any customer that would put up with "I don't know what's wrong with it" for that long. At this point maybe you should go buy every single part inside that furnace and swap them out one by one, because you don't have the basic diagnostic tools required or the trouble shooting skills. Then again maybe you should go back to being an electrician, pulling wires doesn't require as much ability to think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Youngwiseman View Post
    lol @you and your negativity ,gotta love it, i can do any thing myself sir because i am certified in hvac sir,so actually im certified to do everything you do ,are you jealous hope cause im the one confused here with this simple problem and i have applied for pro membership sir . thank you,nice talking to you but anyway....
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    Quote Originally Posted by philjafo View Post
    How is that possible? I don't know any customer that would put up with "I don't know what's wrong with it" for that long. At this point maybe you should go buy every single part inside that furnace and swap them out one by one, because you don't have the basic diagnostic tools required or the trouble shooting skills. Then again maybe you should go back to being an electrician, pulling wires doesn't require as much ability to think.
    I have done a ton of electrical work for electrical contractors and on the railroad (finally preparing for my license) and please, don't send a guy with an outlook like this back to the sparky ranks. They have enough problems already.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Youngwiseman View Post
    so actually im certified to do everything you do
    When you have spent a few years doing the work, should you make it that far, you will look back on that statement and literally cringe with embarrassment. No kidding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by philjafo View Post
    How is that possible? I don't know any customer that would put up with "I don't know what's wrong with it" for that long. At this point maybe you should go buy every single part inside that furnace and swap them out one by one, because you don't have the basic diagnostic tools required or the trouble shooting skills. Then again maybe you should go back to being an electrician, pulling wires doesn't require as much ability to think.
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    Unless it is truly the board, as it most certainly is sometimes, most flame rectification issues can be diagnosed and resolved in 15 minutes or less. Sometimes it is as simple as [NEED TO BE PRO TO SEE THIS]

    This still smells DIY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    When you have spent a few years doing the work, should you make it that far, you will look back on that statement and literally cringe with embarrassment. No kidding.
    X2 and since I'm also a chef I'm going to go eat my pumpkin pie!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    X2 and since I'm also a chef I'm going to go eat my pumpkin pie!
    You made FRESH pumpkin pie?????????
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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtinhvac View Post
    Unless it is truly the board, as it most certainly is sometimes, most flame rectification issues can be diagnosed and resolved in 15 minutes or less. Sometimes it is as simple as [NEED TO BE PRO TO SEE THIS]

    This still smells DIY.
    You mean 10 days is too long?
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    You made FRESH pumpkin pie?????????
    Well Marie callender helped lol! I baked it!

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