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  1. #53
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    How long does it take you to do the change out??

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  2. #54
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    I haven't timed a 10 ton or smaller. But with 2 guys we would have that thing out and new one in the unit in less than an hour for sure. Without ripping it all up! Thats not counting checking in, setting up, etc . .

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  3. #55
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    Not bad.. my first one took me 3 hrs fully running and out the door.

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  4. #56
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    So guess what guys I go back to this place today and you wouldn't believe what I found...
    I seen that and just turned around and left.. I told him I Dont want to be involved in the ten o'clock news and just left.

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  5. #57
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    Oh hell no...

    The salt is half empty...



    You need to break up with that place. That is scary.

  6. #58
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    Quote Originally Posted by grkmano View Post
    So guess what guys I go back to this place today and you wouldn't believe what I found...
    I seen that and just turned around and left.. I told him I Dont want to be involved in the ten o'clock news and just left.

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    What the hell is that? A propane fired portable heater? Is that flame glowing?

  7. #59
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    Yup.... yes it is.. they had three of them fired up in the Resturant.

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  8. #60
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    Half empty or half full????

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  9. #61
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    wow...I'll take a table in non-smoking, please. If there's any left in the days to come...

  10. #62
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    You should have checked for CO

    It would be hard for him to ignore something BEEPING

    Owner of unit- What's that
    You- my Alarm to get the ?...... outta hear before I die

    That's nuts! Those things are so HOT I melted my Columbia jacket on one.

  11. #63
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    I believe after I walked out and said I Dont wanna be on the ten o'clock news he got my point... I believe... I hope at least..

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  12. #64
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    Totally ignored not only co risks, but that the propane tank is supposed to be on the end of the 25ft hose... oudoors. I actually have one of those buddy heaters but have never used it. I wonder if an commercial insurance carrier could flat out deny a claim in a fire if they found that.

    Theyh do actuslly have a o2 sensor and tip over switch..and they atre only about 5000btus each I think.... but still a very bad idea.

    At least there wasn,t a single kerosene salamander running in. The middle of the room.



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  13. #65
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    I don't get how it's not producing CO? Or is it kinda like a gas range...plenty of combustion air?

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