Not fair to dog Goodman for this.
When I worked for a large ice company as the service tech for the small ice merchandisers, I often saw competitors place new merchandisers at customers locations with the pallets still screwed on the bottom. The pallets are screwed on to the bottom of the freezers, and the best way was to lift the whole thing with a fork lift and unscrew them then set it down and pull the packing pallet out. But in a pinch it was just as easy to lay a couple of pallets on the ground behind the unit lay it down and remove the pallet. These were high quality freezers and it was no fault that the end customer was too lazy to remove the pallet.
BTW, the pallet will hold water and rust out the bottom of the freezer, so if any one else out there is doing this, stop being such lazy bums, besides it looks lame
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I just finished installing the system in my daughters house that had never had anything before I got to it. The condensing unit had one of those free pads attached to it from the factory too. Only it didn't fit properly on the concrete slab I had poured so I had to leave it in the garage. Anybody need one?
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