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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
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    That's kind of funny.

    My pro told ME I should clean my outdoor coil.

    This is after half a dozen "annual services", and no one had done it, or even suggested it, and having seen what a dirty indoor coil does, it had to be done.

    It was a PAIN. I would have gladly paid a pro to do it.

    -HF

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger93rsl View Post
    then I like to use a fin comb first to get all the cotton off,


    Where did u get the Trane spike fin coil fin comb???

    I really need one of those, NOT!!!

  3. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by hangfirew8 View Post
    That's kind of funny.

    My pro told ME I should clean my outdoor coil.

    This is after half a dozen "annual services", and no one had done it, or even suggested it, and having seen what a dirty indoor coil does, it had to be done.

    It was a PAIN. I would have gladly paid a pro to do it.

    -HF
    6 services should have = 6 coil cleanings, if he did not do this, can we stop referring to him as a pro please,

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    Is this a spine fin comb?
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    I love it

    Quote Originally Posted by aintitfun View Post
    Is this a spine fin comb?
    I thought yo were going to show a african pick or comb. I love it
    Do it right the first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hangfirew8 View Post
    That's kind of funny.

    My pro told ME I should clean my outdoor coil.

    This is after half a dozen "annual services", and no one had done it, or even suggested it, and having seen what a dirty indoor coil does, it had to be done.

    It was a PAIN. I would have gladly paid a pro to do it.

    -HF
    Tells you a lot about what your "pro" thinks of you and your equipment.

    You and your equipment aren't worth his time.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

  7. #20
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    Double post
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

  8. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tiger93rsl View Post
    You will have to get the side pannels off, then I like to use a fin comb first to get all the cotton off, then the condenser needs soaked with coil cleaner and thoroughly rinsed. Call a professional.
    A little fire and some water are faster and get it every bit as clean.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark beiser View Post
    A little
    Not a good thing to post in the resi forum.
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    Would you torch it on a 410 system?

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