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  1. #14
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    The PVC sleeve is a nice touch.
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    Experience - knowing when to get the hell out of the way and plug your ears. "Don't be a sissy. Turn it on!"

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  2. #15
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    The whole install is top notch something thekluk could lean from

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  4. #16
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    Wait, you use painters tape to keep your mastic straight? Wow, bravo!

    Looks great from my seat.

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    Nice install. What is with that bypass looking thing on the right side of the unit? I see them alot on the WOP posts never seen one in a residential unit here in San Diego.

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    That is a bypass humidifier, very common in Michigan. I primarily use fan powered on my installs for efficiency and performance, but this equipment was all customer supplied.

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    Top notch. Did you do the refrigerant piping as well nice neat tight 90s.

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    I mean the whole install

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    great work!! We wold ever be able to put the condenser under a window. As my boss would say "NEVER!" lol

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    Yes, I did the nice neat lineset, used benders. As far as under the window, I agree unfortunately my last two installs were under windows...this particular installation was infront of a garage window so not hopefully not much of a issue. Again thanks for the comments, we are all busy with work but I will post another install here as soon as I get some free time.

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    That's awesome, how long does something like this take you usually?

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