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  1. #1
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    DIY Condenser moves?

    This is from a recently flooded area south of here. You can see the flood level. I can just hear the conversation before this 'move': "Whadda ya mean get a contractor, all you gotta do is build the platform and lift em up!"
    Very interesting to say the least.
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    wtf....they could have at least shortened the piping.

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    At least they guessed the water level dead on.....
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    diff wall of shame-- line sets kinda long-looks like suction and liquid line dryers and the electrical line looks odd too

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    I give that the long whisle of the week. Go ahead lets do it all together.................................................. .................................................. .................................................. ....!

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    That Is soooo Sad!!! Why do we have to be represented by work like this?
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    The units were originally located on the ground, it looks like. The DIY-ers built the platforms then moved the units on top of them without disconnecting them, which accounts for the excess lineset. That's my guess.
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    That's exactly what we think happened. Which also means these units were under water...I certainly don't think they moved them before the flood because most around that area were only thinking in reaction, not preparation.
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    Roofers are also famous for that kind of stuff... If they are good roofers, they don't kink the lineset.

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    I like that big old J trap in the liquid line of the one.

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