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    Here's some pics of my new Amana HP &

    the accidental damage to the old AH closet
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    Is that an ASZ16 or 14?

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    ASZ-18 Baby!

    Quote Originally Posted by badtlc View Post
    Is that an ASZ16 or 14?
    Whisper quiet, luv it

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    Pretty minor cosmetic damage. Not worth the trouble IMO. Maybe there's a better way to fix it, but personally, I'd just fill it it with some paintable window caulk or wood putty and then paint it. 20 minutes worth of work at most.

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    Nice unit.
    Disconnect is too far behind unit.

    Is that you by the unit .. j/k

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    As above, I would get some spackle or a similar gap filler and just be done with it. They come in small containers at Home Depot.

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    LMAO

    Quote Originally Posted by captube View Post
    Nice unit.
    Disconnect is too far behind unit.

    Is that you by the unit .. j/k
    No, mullets aren't my thang, yet................

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    It looks like an Armstrong unit.

    Where are the risers?

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    The "It happens." response your contractor gave you was pretty flippant. That sort of damage doesn't happen if you take a half minute to fold a cloth tarp over and lay it over the trim as you're shimmying the new and old units around. Frankly you have to be a pretty obtuse installer not to think about that... in my opinion.

    If that just happened out in the open, what just happened that you don't know about?

    Anywho, it's a question of picking your battles.

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    This is prolly not one Im gonna fight

    Quote Originally Posted by Irascible View Post
    The "It happens." response your contractor gave you was pretty flippant. That sort of damage doesn't happen if you take a half minute to fold a cloth tarp over and lay it over the trim as you're shimmying the new and old units around. Frankly you have to be a pretty obtuse installer not to think about that... in my opinion.

    If that just happened out in the open, what just happened that you don't know about?

    Anywho, it's a question of picking your battles.
    perhaps he'll come off the 1 year maintenance

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    sorry you are missing the clamps for the seal tight, seal tight should be clamped less then 1 foot from the disconnect, The whip could of been ran neater.
    just an opinion.
    OK unit.
    I saw you had Trane on the van why not Trane?
    Ride hard on a Harley!!

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    "Disconnect is too far behind unit."
    my thought also! should be to one side or another.
    if (god forbid) the unit should ever catch on fire
    that you can't safely reach over the unit.

    @ the heating closet,
    I'd just wood putty, sand and repaint.

    best of luck.
    The cure of the part should not be attempted without the cure of the whole. ~Plato

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    Sorry but the damage isn't acceptable unless you don't really care. it's lazy ness to not protect stuff like that, and worse not to tell you it will be fixed, just my $.02...

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