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  1. #14
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    Might have, haven't worked on that unit yet.

    The initial call was to double check what the previous contractor wrote up on the two other units, then provide our own proposals for repairs. Both units needed leak repairs and some electrical work. Nothing technical or complicated.

    Never ceases to amaze me how some techs [companies?] don't repair leaks. Or, I guess, have a functioning leak detector besides only soap bubbles.


    Quote Originally Posted by buttwheat View Post
    It probably has a bad heat exchanger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buford View Post
    Also without a permit.
    Need a license to pull a permit

    Sent from my SM-G935V using Tapatalk

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    That is a bizarre setup
    UA Local 562

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    What possibly could have worked there? The two ducts coming out of the roof are in the way of each other. How could it possibly have been used? Is that for some old over-and-under, or are the penetrations just straight-up wrong?

    downflow economizer, too.


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    I'm sure the penetrations were for an over under. But the ever changing curve of the roof threw them off. So they made up for it after the unit was set and the penetrations were in. I can't think of any other scenario for how they would've been so kiddywampus for even the original install.


    Quote Originally Posted by CHAINIK View Post
    What possibly could have worked there? The two ducts coming out of the roof are in the way of each other. How could it possibly have been used? Is that for some old over-and-under, or are the penetrations just straight-up wrong?

    downflow economizer, too.

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    hehe

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