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  1. #14
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    At least it is at a good working heighth but you may need a step ladder to get to the fan motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by rglasgow View Post
    At least it is at a good working heighth but you may need a step ladder to get to the fan motor
    If it doesn't tip over first!!!
    Psalm 51:10, 12

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    Quote Originally Posted by WarTurtle View Post
    That's awesome, someone was really thinking outside the box lol. Aren't commercial guys supposed to be on top of the game?
    This is probably some jacka$$ sales man not even going up on the roof to see what they really have and has a bunch of "helpers"!
    "It's not that I'm smart, it's that I stay with the problem longer”
    Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinmanintx View Post
    I saw that yesterday from the highway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timtanguay View Post
    The PVC is a p-trap for the condensate off the evap coil. It prevents dust from entering a negatively pressurized space. The water plugs the hole for a positively pressurized system so that you don't have what amounts to a 3/4" hole in the supply air conduit.
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    Dust huh, coulda swore it was to break the vacuum in a negitive psi system so the unit will drain. But whatever floats your boat man

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    Quote Originally Posted by tinmanintx View Post
    one more change out and you will need a scaffolding to service it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by timtanguay View Post
    The PVC is a p-trap for the condensate off the evap coil. It prevents dust from entering a negatively pressurized space. The water plugs the hole for a positively pressurized system so that you don't have what amounts to a 3/4" hole in the supply air conduit.
    I would swear this was a reply from Fang Air.
    “You don't get paid for the hour. You get paid for the value you bring to the hour.” Jim Rohn

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    An alien space craft has landed on the roof!
    “You don't get paid for the hour. You get paid for the value you bring to the hour.” Jim Rohn

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