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    thanks to all who tried to help. thanks to others for proving all trades have guy's who just have to piss into the wind.
    I have solved the problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addiscott View Post
    thanks to all who tried to help. thanks to others for proving all trades have guy's who just have to piss into the wind.
    I have solved the problem.
    what was the issue?


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    A small piece of debris from a tree right outside made its way in the exhaust and was just above burners. Was very small, but enough to obstruct the draft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by addiscott View Post
    A small piece of debris from a tree right outside made its way in the exhaust and was just above burners. Was very small, but enough to obstruct the draft.
    Good find. You are on your way to long career.


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    Quote Originally Posted by addiscott View Post
    A small piece of debris from a tree right outside made its way in the exhaust and was just above burners. Was very small, but enough to obstruct the draft.
    glad you found it. good job. so are you getting the tuition money back or what?lol

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    Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snupytcb View Post
    glad you found it. good job. so are you getting the tuition money back or what?lol
    I'm sure it's in the mail by now lol. It's a sad truth

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcp View Post
    If you don't know how to test a flame sensor you should demand a full refund for your tuition.
    I agree. In 1999 I went to chi inst. And 9 months later I didn't know how to read a set of gauges. My employer told me to get my money back. They actually gave it back to me. My teacher was only in the field for 2 years teaching a class full of men(and 1 girl) how to destroy your equipment, scary. They did give us a pretty cool book though.

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    Glad I'm not the only one that thinks some basic things should be known when a person gets done going to any hvac school. How to test certain components and what they do. Just to much other stuff to learn while the home owner is watching.

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    spray a little r-22 on the homeowners boot....they will dissapear
    it was working.... played with it.... now its broke.... whats the going hourly rate for HVAC repair

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    Quote Originally Posted by carmon View Post
    spray a little r-22 on the homeowners boot....they will dissapear
    I'm going to try and use that one lol

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