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  1. #40
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    once again, Its very clear I am at the wrong place. Sorry for wasting your time.

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    You were given good advise earlier.
    You may ignore it.

    Read forum rules before asking questions.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

  3. #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by BEEZERLM View Post
    once again, Its very clear I am at the wrong place. Sorry for wasting your time.
    And yet you still post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDP View Post
    And yet you still post.
    I keep posting because it keeps sending messages to my email everytime you post.

    I appreciate the advice I was given. I would like the attacks to end now.

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    There are rules in this site

    Quote Originally Posted by BEEZERLM View Post
    I keep posting because it keeps sending messages to my email everytime you post.

    I appreciate the advice I was given. I would like the attacks to end now.
    You critticized me for telling you the rules. See if I ever help you again.
    Do it right the first time.

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    Attacks happen when you get testy. And tell us how you do this that and the other thing, and think you are qualified to do our jobs.

    But yet. By the pics you posted. It is very evident, that you don't know.

    You don't want to accept good advise, fine.

    Look at the bottom of your email notification. You will see the instructions of how to unsubscribe from this thread.
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  7. #46
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    Since you already have the window unit you might try having a window opening cut through the blockwork a little oversize and frame it in to the unit. This would solve the side vent obstruction problem and allow full airflow. You will need to cut the block's one too high and install a header to keep the wall from busting. (actually 2 and header isn't the proper name, but a mason will know what you need)

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    Just remember Beezer, this thread was chugging along just fine until you ignored the rules and asked for diy advice. It clearly states that in the rules if you take the time to read. We put food on our tables by installing the very units you are asking us to tell you how to install. We might as well cut our own throats. How would you feel if we asked you how to make the very parts you sell to your best customer?
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