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    nice lineset

    was called to this brand new duplex this past summer for a no AC call. Units were installed by another contractor, builder was upset with them and wouldn't have them back out, all I did was hook up low voltage control wiring.
    I had to laugh at this one though...nice work..
    http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w...8/100_1278.jpg
    http://i177.photobucket.com/albums/w...8/100_1277.jpg
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    hvacservicetek: are those tennies I see a toe of in the picture? Where's yer safety shoes son. Personally, tennis shoes, or 'runners' as they're known in the homeland are NOT acceptable footwear.

    all the best, Irish
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    Geeeee, I wonder why the builder was upset with them.

    If that lineset is any indication of the quality of work they do.
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    My work firewall will not let me look at the lineset pictures. A message comes up warning of pornography.

    How exactly are the linesets being used?

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    that line set looks like a P-Trap gone bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irishmist View Post
    hvacservicetek: are those tennies I see a toe of in the picture? Where's yer safety shoes son. Personally, tennis shoes, or 'runners' as they're known in the homeland are NOT acceptable footwear.

    all the best, Irish
    I also agree about the tennis shoes, its not professional and it looks gay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by refer guy View Post
    I also agree about the tennis shoes, its not professional and it looks gay.

    If you have half a brain you can work with tennis shoes.

    Quit dropping sheet on your toes knuckleheads..

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    but it still looks gay.

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    Angry It's the economy, stupid

    All he needed was one 45 on the suction and a coulping on the liquid line and he'd be all set. But then again, with the price of copper being so cheap what the heck, use all those fittings up. It's good for the economy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by refer guy View Post
    I also agree about the tennis shoes, its not professional and it looks gay.
    Yeah and further note: If you are wearing Safeway Sliders make sure you don't inadvertently take a picture of yourself and post it on a HVAC web site.
    I STARTED WITH NOTHING, AND I STILL HAVE MOST OF IT!

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    Geeezzzz how many 90's are in there

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    sorry you don't like my shoes, I carry 2 pairs of shoes in my van at all times, I do have some steel toed work shoes, I get into a lot of muddy jobs so I just switch back to a cleaner pair depending on what I'm doing, hope that doesn't sound to GAY!!!!!

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    I'm not hatting on your kicks. But how old are they? They look like Bo Jackson's or maybe Nike Majics.
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