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  1. #40
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    I'd have an afro bigger than OJ in naked gun 33 1/3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1088 View Post
    I'd have an afro bigger than OJ in naked gun 33 1/3.
    I'd pay to see that lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by fengshvac View Post
    Bro, don't question me and asking question like a rookie....
    you did start the thread and you named it "FengsHVAC a Professional HVAC Tech teach you how to fix Ice Cream Unit from Turkey".

    if you are going to teach, you will have to answer students questions. some of them may actually know more than you. some may not know more but they will question you to get a greater understanding. comes with the territory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FixItRight View Post
    Don't question Feng he has six years in
    Master Feng: Grasshopper.
    Me: Yes, Master?
    Master Feng: Quickly as you can, snatch the flare nut from my hand.
    Me: I can not.
    Master Feng: When you can take the flare nut from my hand, it will be time for you to fix an ice cream unit from Turkey.
    Me: I seek not to know the subcooling, but to understand the charging chart. Thank you master.
    "If you pull one more stunt like you just pulled with Tommy, you won't have to get on a plane because I will personally kick your ass from here to Korea!" - Best of the Best

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    I carry a gun because I'm too young to die, and too old to take an ass whoopin

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayguy View Post
    Master Feng: Grasshopper.
    Me: Yes, Master?
    Master Feng: Quickly as you can, snatch the flare nut from my hand.
    Me: I can not.
    Master Feng: When you can take the flare nut from my hand, it will be time for you to fix an ice cream unit from Turkey.
    Me: I seek not to know the subcooling, but to understand the charging chart. Thank you master.

    very funny...........................

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    What started out as an interesting thread with Feng bouncing back as a well respected tech, this thread now has me asking myself if I should find another mentor?

    I don't know yet. My quest to learn and with the hopes to become pro one day, I now find myself asking the question if my expectations are set to high.

    Usually a mentor should be able to answer simple questions especially if I am trying to learn this trade.
    I can see that a few feathers have been ruffled here and some aggression towards others has been expressed in a unnecessary fashion.

    I was looking forward to the questions that were ask such as superheat and sub-cooling to be answered in a professional manner so that just maybe I could excel in this subject. But also I think it would be nice to know if the pull-down effect was taken into consideration.

    There are so many questions that I would like to ask as I am just a guest here trying to learn the trade, like other have asked such as amp draw.

    Maybe with the input of other professionals here we can establish a good rapport so that the simple questions that have been ask here by others can be answered.

    However, I find the badgering of others unnecessary especially with some of the most respected Professional Member's here such as Jayguy who has always been here for others when they are in need of help.

    So Feng please just answer the questions so I can learn something.

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    Feng, why are they storing turkey in an ice cream cooler? Leftovers from thanksgiving perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrammel View Post
    Feng, why are they storing turkey in an ice cream cooler? Leftovers from thanksgiving perhaps?
    That brings up a very good point. I thought that Ice cream and turkey had to be in different or separated sections per the health department.

    I don't know what to think now!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcomech View Post
    That brings up a very good point. I thought that Ice cream and turkey had to be in different or separated sections per the health department.

    I don't know what to think now!

    It's turkey flavored ice cream. Dinner and dessert all in one.
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    The saga will have to continue later as I now have to get some rest. Unlike some folks I have to wake up early and just maybe from what I learned here today I can keep my job.

    Maybe I can be someones apprentice...... Maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alcomech View Post
    So Feng please just answer the questions so I can learn something.
    I think that Feng could go a long way by calming himself, and answering the questions that other experienced techs have asked.

    Feng, many of your responses have been counter-productive toward giving the members a good introduction of your background and skillset. Because of your posts, you are bringing out responses that you may not like.

    There seems to be a difference from post to post with your level of English proficiency. Is someone else helping you write posts, from time to time? If not, then ALL of your posts need to be expressed in the most clear and anger-free approach possible. If someone askers what a superheat reading was, you either give them the number of degrees of superheat you measured, or you tell them you did not take the reading, and why you did not.

    Finally, and this may be a cultural stumbling block, but you will notice that none of the posts you read here state that the person starting the thread is 'a professional tech' who is going to 'teach you how to repair' any given piece of equipment. That is both arrogant AND presumptuous.

    You may want to do a lot more reading here before you do more writing. And, then you can get with the program.

    Is that fair? Sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I think that Feng could go a long way by calming himself, and answering the questions that other experienced techs have asked.

    Feng, many of your responses have been counter-productive toward giving the members a good introduction of your background and skillset. Because of your posts, you are bringing out responses that you may not like.

    There seems to be a difference from post to post with your level of English proficiency. Is someone else helping you write posts, from time to time? If not, then ALL of your posts need to be expressed in the most clear and anger-free approach possible. If someone askers what a superheat reading was, you either give them the number of degrees of superheat you measured, or you tell them you did not take the reading, and why you did not.

    Finally, and this may be a cultural stumbling block, but you will notice that none of the posts you read here state that the person starting the thread is 'a professional tech' who is going to 'teach you how to repair' any given piece of equipment. That is both arrogant AND presumptuous.

    You may want to do a lot more reading here before you do more writing. And, then you can get with the program.

    Is that fair? Sure.
    Maybe I shouldn't say " teach". And say "show"

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