Hey, I said I wasn't proud of it.
Originally Posted by Tommy knocker
Kind of like that other time when I... um... wait, never mind.
I had an electrician install his wiring right in front of my filter and then inform home owner that I had filter on wrong side of furnace.
Nothing is magic, it works or doesn't work for a reason.
Come on now, at least it's liquid tight...just punch a hole through the back of the junction box and drain it to the outside...easy peasy...and the drain line is heated to boot! Just think of it as an overflow.
A smooth sea has never made a worthy mariner
Originally Posted by jpsmith1cm
Do not attempt vast projects with
half vast experience and ideas.
They've already gotten the bad news. They didn't like it, but pictures speak louder than words.
Originally Posted by pecmsg
I wanna know what Dave said to the guy...........OMG!
Hey if it's gotta run its gotta run. Please tell me the new pan is in route though.
Originally Posted by ammoniadog
K, was this a sparky apprentice that did this or your regular electrician that you use? Or was it even your regular electrician?
What was said when you notified them?
" Kill a Commie for Mommy! "
- Colonel David Hackworth (1930-2005), Korean War Vet
It was the GC's electrician. This is one of the guys wiring the Atlanta Airport. Are you skeeered yet?
Originally Posted by coolwhip
The same guy mounted the disconnect on the condenser and drove a screw into the end of the coil. Lucky for him, we could braze it up.
Sparky needs to stick to pulling wire and let the smart people do smart people work.
Seeing that reminds of a ice machine we were installing. The plumber showed up the next day while we weren't there and hooked the water lines to the freon line connections. Then his next fatal mistake, he turned the water on and left it on. Went back to finish the install, and discovered the oops. At least it pressure tested okay before he ruined it.