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    run cap bandit warning

    Watch out everyone he's installing transformers now.
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    Well I heard sheet metal screws are in short supply. Thats pretty normal aorund here. I just remount them when I find them.

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    Looks like a door bell transformer. A lot of people think the furnace is a good place to steal power from.

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    He's downgraded from zip ties

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvac wiz 79 View Post
    He's downgraded from zip ties

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    And lots of electrical tape....

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1HVACOWNER View Post
    Well I heard sheet metal screws are in short supply. Thats pretty normal aorund here. I just remount them when I find them.
    Sheet metal screws are normally stockpiled on any commercial rooftop. They can be found in all shapes and sizes, and with various stages of rust.
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    Is this for a humidifier?

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    yep humidifier transformer

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    There's a bolt in one of the mounting holes. So, it looks like he at least "thought" about mounting it. Haha.

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    Never did care for the transformers that were shipped with humidifiers. Would much rather expect a foot mount one these days.

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    aaaa....that screw you see there in the picture is so one can mount it into a electrical knockout.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brent Ridley View Post
    There's a bolt in one of the mounting holes. So, it looks like he at least "thought" about mounting it. Haha.

    that bolt is so it can be mounted in any 1/2" knockout.....................it comes pre-installed on the x-former
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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