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    Take a guess

    Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1398987242.595366.jpg
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    Anybody wanna take a stab at guessing what this is?


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    Make up air unit
    Officially, Down for the count

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    Ding ding ding!!! I can't imagine why it closed.

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    Fart pipe Shutoff, for when they are up there working

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    Preventing water penetration in pipe

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    There was a exhaust fan or something similar beneath the roof that was removed and they used the fitting as a cap to prevent water/ snow from entering building. Seen them use inverted buckets also

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    Yeah but if it's supposed to be fresh air it wouldn't need a shut off valve. It goes right into the return plenum. Seems like a plumber got the job to me. "Ok there it is. Just make sure you climb up here and close the valve when it starts getting cloudy."


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    those are primarily used in the Mojave desert where it doesn't rain much... hence, no need to close the valve...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaytech View Post
    those are primarily used in the Mojave desert where it doesn't rain much... hence, no need to close the valve...
    Naturally!!!


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