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  1. #1
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    Some people... AGRH!

    No cooling call. Bad OFM. Ok, lemme kill the power so I don't fry myself... Now where is that disconnect, Cmon!

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    I start looking around to see what else is Mickey Moused. Oh look there. Brand New never used..



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    you have plenty of insulation to grab on to while you untwist the wire nut. :grin:

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    Years ago I was at a grocery store we took care of. I went to shut down the remote condenser to replace a fan contactor. When nothing happened, I opened the disconnect and found the wires pulled straight through the disconnect with absolutely no slack.

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    Had to jump out one leg on 3phase unit at bar one Saturday night came back Monday to replace disconnect
    Owner said no it’s ok running great would not let me finish repair will not ever do that again was glad to see building pushed over years later


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  8. #5
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    Download the wire nut app. Then you can disconnect them via Bluetooth.

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  10. #6
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    I learned that years ago and stopped during the " help you out temp to perm repair " . Almost all suppliers have an after hours " after hours service " even OEM .There is another thought of mine ; If that piece of equipment is that important there should be redundancy or at very least spare components on-site .

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    That blade will work great.

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    I loojed at the second piture and new you were in vegas. I then seen your handle. Whooppeeee

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