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  1. #1
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    Every where I turned

    Stopped counting after 12 or so...I can't believe these things were inspected.
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    That's crazy. Are they cemented to the ground or something?

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    thats gotta be down in the hood

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    It's actually a condo complex (formerly apartments) in a fairly nice area. I can't help but wonder what they're gonna do when the old GE (sitting atop the old dead Lennox) finally dies. House of condenser units - how many stories high can you go?

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    I've seen the same thing around here at apartment complexes. You would think that they would remove a condenser, but they just stick the new one wherever there is room.

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    If that was in south Texas some one would have jacked that old condenser with a quickness!

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    It's like when I was younger with console tv's, if that big sucker broke it was a great table for a portable tv.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick muniz View Post
    It's like when I was younger with console tv's, if that big sucker broke it was a great table for a portable tv.
    Nice analogy...unfortunately I can picture it clearly - after a minor adjustment to the ol' rabbit ears.

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    Classic!

    Better stay out of east St.Louis hurtin if that's what you find in the nice area.

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    saves em the cost of a new pad and about 5 feet of copper

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    when i was about 10 I remember we had two TVs stacked on top of each other like that, one was for picture and the other was for sound!

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    ok, i don't get it....what's the motivation? gotta be some kind of code for replacing equipment or something?? leave existing, and everything is hunkydorry???

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    Maybe it's so there are plenty of spare "free" parts to rob out of units right next to the one you're working on.

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