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  1. #1
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    A MUST SEE The WORST EVER Good instal Bad maintainace.

    The call was it wasn't cooling .
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    And the rest. Took 1.5 hrs.
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    That's looks like duct liner. But I know it's not. That's one of the worst I've ever seen. Good job cleaning it up.


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    prolly gonna loose cond. fan motors and maybe a compressor after that cleaning!

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    That was the low ambient kit. Put it back geesh

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    Condenser unit sits near large duct from Buffing room. 1988 and never touched. One of 3,number 1 replaced , I'll post pic, number 2 in almost same condition ,this one had all contactors replaced, by others ,I replaced contactors on num. 2, buzzing like Hornets they were.

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    There see goes, unit number 1 ,Luv to block traffic. Two police and crane .Yes Goodman replaced it .
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    u got police escort for lifting units? lol my boss had the good idea of doing it at 6 am on sat before everyone shows up... lol. good thing he change his mind. I've blocked traffic before, but I didnt notifiy the cop shop. just put bunch of cones, wear high vis vest and hard hat.
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    I did a maintenance on a 1985 carrier 5 ton split heat pump with the spine fin outdoor coil that thing was a beast I replaced the condenser fan cap and added 1lb of refrigerant even though it's 28 years old and Im sure awful for efficiency it's a lot better than any of the crap made today

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    Whoever thought a double row coil was a good idea? Just make the condenser a bit bigger instead...
    It's on the roof, not like anybody will see it anyways.

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    That is really not good. Looks like the dirt grew faster than a bunch of feral hogs! It kills me how many people don't ever look to see if something has a 2 or 3 row coil in it when it's time to clean them.

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    Just replaced a York 3 row coil. 2 circuit system. The kind you can hardly get between the two. Don't know why they make them that way. Guess they never have to clean them at the factory.
    You need to put the phone down and get back to work!

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