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    a little close

    Had to snap a pic of this 1.
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    He didn't have any extra copper in his truck. It's a shame, that's a nice piece of equipment.

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    I was thinking the same thing about the copper, not the equipment.
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    Im gonna take a guess and say it was about 14'& 7/8'' inches to coil lol

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    And

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    Wowsers, I bet he dosent sell service agreement contracts!

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    A punch in the back of the head oughta do it. Find out who did this and lay him out.

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    The Inconvenience Store.....
    You can't learn a thing with your mouth open.

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    surprised they even bothered with the drier!
    then again thats not the blue one that comes with those units, maybe from the previous unit???

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    That's just ignorant!

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    Is the pad overgrown, or is there no pad under it??
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    Nice. I wonder how they managed to wire it up?

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    On second look after I zoomed in on the picture, the line set looks kinked. Perhaps it was scooted back against the wall after it was installed?

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