Originally Posted by mfjarvis
Im a Professional Engineer, You (all) should get your act together.
if you would just forget your engineering skills and use some common sense
you would look at the curve of the fan blade then decide which way the air should flow!
Last edited by Airmechanical; 06-14-2008 at 08:32 PM.
Reason: needed to be nicer
i bet it is a 440 six pack and if memory serves those old air temps blew through the coils but it has been so many years since i had my charger 440 and worked on an airtemp who knows
either way time to replace it or not????????
Engineer that don't know what direction a fan blade pulls the air? I hope I never fly on a plane he engineered the props. and he's not thin skinned??? yea I can tell by his post.
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jarvis, lighten up.