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  1. #14
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    Nope, another house identical to hours does not have it like this

  2. #15
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    Depending on pitch of roof where the lineset enters the soffit, hopefully the larger line is not kinked as at that point it’s probably turning anywhere from 45-90 degree. I suppose they will find out if there is a MAJOR kink on start up....we use tube benders if it’s a tight turn or limited pitch attic roof..

    If it’s possible and someone is willing to go up there (without putting their foot through the ceiling ) I would check that critical area.....

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    another possibility is the siding/stucco people shot the lineset in the wall full of nails. then instead of cutting the sheetrock and repairing it the simply ran a new one on the outside. i would ask/demand a hefty settlement .
    Go Trump

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    Not sure of what kind of settlement I would ask for based on how things are going.....

    We did decided to leave it on the outside though. I would prefer not having walls torn out if it needed to be repaired. But I am going to have them put something at the top to close off that hole before we close.

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