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  1. #14
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    I'm willing to learn. ☺️

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    Then sign up for some schooling... You'll need it. YouTube can't help with this one.....

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  3. #16
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    I don't disagree with that at all.

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    Someone
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    DON'T BUY DIGICOOLS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by wahoo View Post
    DON'T BUY DIGICOOLS!

    I love my digicool ak900's looks like they may not make them anymore
    Go Trump

  7. #20
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    No issues with my Digis either.
    [Avatar photo from a Florida training accident. Everyone walked away.]
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  8. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by walt750 View Post
    I'm willing to learn. ☺️

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    Ok, first step is either go get a job with an HVAC company and begin journeyman training at minimum wage until you have experience to gain service truck helper status (around two years), or pay for a trade school course ( often around $20,000.00) after this
    The TRUE highest cost system is the system not installed properly...

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    Do you go to a boat repairman with a sinking boat, and tell him to put in a bigger motor when he tells you to fix the holes?

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  9. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by CEAS-AC-TECH View Post
    If you have your epa cert you can apply for full membership. This will yield more responses from this great group of people lurking in this thread....
    Simple.

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    i have my cert, but the school wont release the card to me. how would i apply then?

    edit: wow.. i swear ive posted here before... guess ive been lurking too long

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPapaSmurf View Post
    i have my cert, but the school wont release the card to me. how would i apply then?

    edit: wow.. i swear ive posted here before... guess ive been lurking too long
    Also need a min of 15 post of some technical merit before applying.
    Contractor locator map

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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigPapaSmurf View Post
    i have my cert, but the school wont release the card to me. how would i apply then?

    edit: wow.. i swear ive posted here before... guess ive been lurking too long
    Ask this dude^^^
    Good people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CEAS-AC-TECH View Post
    Ask this dude^^^
    Good people.

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    eh, i know the guy. hes kinda trustworthy

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