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  1. #14
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    The reason for stacking the condensors is so us short guys can reach those disconnects without dragging out a ladder.

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    That's insane, why would anyone even do that. It's a good target for thieves though. Two for one!

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    I have to assume, given the age of all the old Lennox units serving as equipment pads; that copper just wasn't quite the commodity it is today.

    But even so...just plain hoosierish.

  4. #17
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    Gotta wonder if when the one on top dies will they stack another one on top of those 2....

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  5. #18
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    Man that complex looks familiar. Is that the one off Union road neat Reavis? I used to service that one like 20 or so years ago when most the old lennox units were still stacked one on top of another.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1-Hvacdoc View Post
    Man that complex looks familiar. Is that the one off Union road neat Reavis? I used to service that one like 20 or so years ago when most the old lennox units were still stacked one on top of another.
    It's in Creve Coeur off Lindberg...but I imagine all these types of complexes start to look the same after a while. At least when most of your time is spent looking at a basement row of furnaces or outside disconnects and condenser units.

  7. #20
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    Back to the same complex today

    Double equipment equipment pads...

    One of our down to earth units on the corner.
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  8. #21
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    what area in w ky you work mason?

  9. #22
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    I worked in Murray for 3 1/2 years covering the lakes to Hickman but mostly Calloway and Graves County. I'm working out of Paducah now. I used to run some filter routes as well that took me from bowling green to mayfield but they lost their contract with walgreens so that's over.

    I live in Murray.

  10. #23
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    That's my area, who ya workin for triangle?

  11. #24
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    I work mostly graves Carlisle ballard and hickman county's

  12. #25
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    Good guess, I was working for McBee and I'm with Triangle now, about three months in with them.

    Who you with?

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    It's the old space saver from Carrier....

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