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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by midwesthvactech View Post
    No flex is OD rated. Its insulated. It's a temp fix. Curb adapter is 6 days out.
    OK, I misunderstood you I guess?

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1HVACOWNER View Post
    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.
    They give it a effort. LOL

  3. #16
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    Oh to have seen your face as you crested the roof.

    The first time a tech sees a high wind operated economizer on a package unit can produce hilarious facial expressions and lip movements...

  4. #17
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    At least they used mastic to seal the vents. LOL

  5. #18
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    Uninsulated...nice

  6. #19
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    That is brilliant. Pay us full price and we will come back and fix it later. How about that unit behind it falling off the blocks. Some pretty shabby work in that area. Must keep you busy. I am getting kind of hungry from looking at that burger in ADillions avatar.
    You need to put the phone down and get back to work!

  7. #20
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    **speechless**

    Just when you think you have seen it all, some hack proves you wrong.
    When you do a job, Always make it easier for the next guy, because you may be the next guy working on it.

  8. #21
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    Whatever brand it is (looks like carrier) I hope your not going to replace the moor under the factory warranty. It's not that poor motors fault. If that motor had not been burnt up and was running I would have shot it to put it out of its misery

  9. #22
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    May 2006
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    Raleigh N.C.
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    That unit is obviously a lady, look how she crosses her legs when she sits. "SAAAAAVE HER" from the pernicious knownothings, and restict the sale of screwdrivers to people who know which end to poke your eye with.
    Damn phosgene

  10. #23
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    Wonder how much damage that would've done to the HX if the heat were hooked up. (Is it? don't see a gas line running to it)

  11. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by hurtinhvac View Post
    Oh to have seen your face as you crested the roof.

    The first time a tech sees a high wind operated economizer on a package unit can produce hilarious facial expressions and lip movements...
    For sure!

  12. #25
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    Jan 2009
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    ...........that is flippin' retarded. Unfrickinbelievable. They may aswell just set the unit on the roof, hook up the electric with no ductwork at all cause I know that thing could not have been doing much work. Those two blocks should have been used to drop on the installer's head.

  13. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gus-Herb94 View Post
    Wonder how much damage that would've done to the HX if the heat were hooked up. (Is it? don't see a gas line running to it)
    Oh yes. Trac pipe ran under the plywood, under the unit. The limit works! Carrier rep has offered to replace this unit at their cost. But this stupid owner can't understand the problems he may be facing with this. And that his warranty is void.

    Also the local inspector caught me today on another job and I could not resist sharing what type of crap he has going on. Come to find out a permit was pulled. But never got physically inspected. Just the good old rubber stamp. This is a direct result of poor city management. Laying off inspectors and combining departments to cut cost to keep handout services is going to result in more of this quality of work.

    Thank god they didn't do a HV electrical service change over.

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