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  1. #1
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    Anybody got the number for Jurassic Parts?

    Quick 4:30PM Friday call. I need to ask Feng where the button to light the pilot is.
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    ^ultra efficient
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    Good ole handwriting

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    Did you try the 'FENG-signal"?? If not, maybe commissioner gordon knows how to contact him.

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    So it was easier to build the fitting than reroute the gas line?

    Half the output to input, that's how I like 'em!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freightshaker View Post
    Quick 4:30PM Friday call. I need to ask Feng where the button to light the pilot is.
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    ^ultra efficient
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    Good ole handwriting
    Feng doesn't have time for simple pilot questions.


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    Quote Originally Posted by mason View Post
    So it was easier to build the fitting than reroute the gas line?

    Half the output to input, that's how I like 'em!
    They went all out on the fitting. It is nice work... I just can't figure out why they just wouldn't reroute the gas line. Really didn't look difficult.

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    Is that a process dryer in a paper mill? Or the roll dryer on a Sanforizer machine in a textile plant? The old guys used to do some amazing stuff. Like it or not, even the notch is nice metal work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meplumber View Post
    Is that a process dryer in a paper mill? Or the roll dryer on a Sanforizer machine in a textile plant? The old guys used to do some amazing stuff. Like it or not, even the notch is nice metal work.
    It is a unit heater. 1965 Bryant 16 burner suicide pilot warehouse heater. They had three of them. One works.

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    WWFD!

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    We have a few of those still in operation.
    Officially, Down for the count

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    We have a few of those still in operation.
    does the gas company give you "most valued customer" rewards every time you fire them up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig1 View Post
    does the gas company give you "most valued customer" rewards every time you fire them up?
    lol 400k input, 230k output

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig1 View Post
    does the gas company give you "most valued customer" rewards every time you fire them up?
    I bet they just have an office party every time it lights off.... Used to have a pool heater that was that way, 400k in, 2somethin out... The gas bill after just 2 weeks really stung!

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