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    Trane Wreck.

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    LN

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    But are they still running?

    I take it the deck was not structurally sound.

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    deck looks brand new
    Officially, Down for the count

    YOU HAVE TO GET OFF YOUR ASS TO GET ON YOUR FEET

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    If there was a lawn, I would say thats my kids mower work.
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    Deck posts not in concrete, not bolted to house, couple inches of rain and whoosh. Good strong solder joints though.
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    "its hard to start a trane" when its sideways....

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    Oops. Good to see good quality copper too.

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    Who ever built that deck is "we tall did".

    Doesn't even look like treated lumber.

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    So there's one reason to use a whip that's a little longer than the lines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mason View Post
    Who ever built that deck is "we tall did".

    Doesn't even look like treated lumber.
    Looks treated, but they only braced the post in one direction and I don't see any fasteners bigger than a nail. That thing should have been concreted in or on deck blocks, with carriage bolts or lags holding the posts to the rim joist and/or ledgered to the house. I see exactly none of that. I'm surprised it didn't collapse when the tech installed the CU's.

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    I guess we can't say 'It's hard to drop a trane' anymore.
    btw that's a dryer vent next to where the right-hand unit used to be.
    LN

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    That's usually when you find out.

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    A hangman's platform?

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