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  1. #27
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    I don't feel bad for having a drip-down on the bottom now....sheesh
    Some people just aren't smart enough to be stupid....

  2. #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Culpepper View Post
    I bet that my eight year old could do that good.(with some instruction)
    Showed my 12 year old how to silfos this past summer. He done way better than that, with very little instruction.

  3. #29
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    trade it in for scrap may get 50 cents if you realy lucky
    There is faith, there is hope and then there is another compressor change

  4. #30
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    Some people just don't give a rats a$$ about what thay do, gives us all a bad name.

  5. #31
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    Hmmm that looks familiar

    I saw something similar at one of the supply shops last summer in vegas.

  6. #32
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    Here I thought I can do shotty work . Keep practicing you will get better

  7. #33
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    Can you say "booger" weld?
    Stuart
    Lack of airflow destroys compressors.

  8. #34
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    I had no choice but to do a butt braze once on a cracked line that looked WAY better!

  9. #35
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    Come on guys it doesn't look so bad. Remember "the bigger the blob the better the job." just kidding cause I know some of you can't take a joke and think I am serious.

  10. #36
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    looks like my very first braze job

  11. #37
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    looks like they used a coat hanger and a candle to braze

  12. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by krc12 View Post
    looks like they used a coat hanger and a candle to braze
    Ok. So far we have deducted that...

    "They must have used a Propane torch."

    "No, they must have used a Zippo."

    And now it "must have been a coat hanger and a candle".


    Yeah. That is about the worst braze job ever!

    I take it that tech didn't learn his skills in the union????

  13. #39
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    BUT why did you need to change the compressor out ??????

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