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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by kdean1 View Post
    A hangman's platform?
    Reminds me of an old Mason's Profit tune...just beggin' for a parody. Wrong season though.

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    I am left asking the same question as motoguy128...

    Were they still running?

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    Oh yeh, they back-charge the deck guys for 2 new ones, and then put the 'hangers' in rental property somewhere.
    LN

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    Makes a good "here's not how to build a deck" instructional video!
    Psalm 51:10, 12

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    No, no, no, you guys are getting this all wrong. They were building a deck with collapsible legs for easier maintenance. No ladder required.
    If you're too "open" minded, your brains will fall out.
    Artificial intelligence is no match for natural stupidity.

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    Could you look at my unit. It's not level.

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    Be funny to just cut the compressors loose and mount them upright inside and leave the units like that.

    "There ya go".

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    If I was the a/c guy, I would be very proud of that Install

    Truly

    The Deck Guy.....No so much

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    Explain to the home owner that they are not rejecting heat well since they are HANGING. LOL Dump charge hehe

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    Well... we used to say it was hard to stop a Trane... The duck guys wold disagree...

    Must mount them sideways to the brick, and mount the compressors upright in the case...
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    Wouldn't one have questioned the stability of that deck BEFORE installing units? Just asking...may have needed to put a disclaimer in bid to install, if it ever came up.
    Psalm 51:10, 12

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    It's new housing. They sell the lot and people pick their floorplan. It's like a production line with different sub contractors for every job. Needless to say, Quality of work is not first class.
    LN

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    I got to say, this made me chuckle. Surprised to see them sill hanging. That must of been a great service call to roll up on.
    You need to put the phone down and get back to work!

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