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    Found this gem today

    That how they role in rural America. Manager said it was installed in late October. Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1362627642.466443.jpg
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    Did you measure the static pressure ?

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    I can't stop laughing
    Officially, Down for the count

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    It would work if the ducts were large enough... guy just needed larger pipes... <grin>

    HACKS...

    OTOH: we would not have hacks if customers were not cheapskates.
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    No. Was out because it quit work. Fan motor burnt up. Wonder why?

    Hacks keep me employed. Because eventually they cough up a honestly hourly rate and get it fixed right.

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    So what is your fix-it plan ?

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    seriously??? 4 inch flex line with the curb covered with plywood and weight out with two thing of cement???
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    So what is your fix-it plan ?
    Simple. Got 12" flex to get them by. Ordered the needed curb adapter.

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    Yes...hacks do provide lots of business...
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    oh my.
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    Looks like Doc Oc strikes again!

    I notice they even went for the economy 2" blocks instead of the heavy duty 8" core type?

    BTW, do they make 12" flex that is OD rated? Or are you using the solid aluminum with no insul?

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    No flex is OD rated. Its insulated. It's a temp fix. Curb adapter is 6 days out.

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    A wise Chinese man once said "What has been seen, cannot be unseen". This is going to be in the back of my mind from now on. Thats too funny. Wonder if the installers spoke english well? People are Idiots! NO.. No... The owner of the business is an Idiot for hiring those idiots. And his mother should be punished for raising an idiot.

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