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  1. #1
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    A little effort goes a long way

    Far as i could tell, they used a couple self tapping screws as hinge pins to swing the panel open and closed. Effectively , but accidentally, making it into a make-up air unit. Wonder why it was so hot and humid in the office?? Don't know why they didn't just screw the panel shut

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  2. #2
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    I've never seen a door hinge break on a predator. What did they do to that thing in the first place anyhow.

  3. #3
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    Lol no idea

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    What were they thinking, they should have put about 30 zip screws around the perimeter. Seriously, two or four zip screws would have done the job.
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  5. #5
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    Agreed... I guess that was too easy.. Guy must have been feeling creative

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    The battery must have died on his screw gun.
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  7. #7
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    You're probably right.. Only thing that makes any sense

  8. #8
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    He probably called the local York distributor asking about buying a replacement hinge, and they told him he had to buy an OEM door assembly from York and it had some crazy price like $900, and would take 4 months to get.

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    this is what I did: the door blew off on a wind storm, don't know where it landed. should be in wall of pride... lol.

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  10. #10
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    Lol i agree .. Not bad at all!!

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