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  1. #7372
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    Did you hear that YJ is put out a line of Annal sex tools. They said their design was largely base on the their work with DigiCool . The press release said "In our deal with stealing the DigiCool R&D we found the we have a talent for Annal sex toy."
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    Quote Originally Posted by fcs View Post
    hey zac
    feeling fair today but we're coming close to the finish line.
    Good deal so how much longer on the treatment?
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

  3. #7374
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    26 more just about 8 weeks
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    hey bret, thurs wasn't so bad?

  5. #7376
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    not to bad
    how was yours
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    rainy. Coldest July day in Denver history! Broke the 1878 record. Had to run around a bit today and pull permits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by james80031 View Post
    rainy. Coldest July day in Denver history! Broke the 1878 record. Had to run around a bit today and pull permits.
    how cold was it today?
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  8. #7379
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    I just finished a four day stint in central Pa. A lot of PMs that just "had to" get done, and I found a lot of incorrect information, bad filter sizes, and one store that had NO pm since it was refitted after a fire two years ago. Seems it never got on the service broker's Pm schedule, so it never appeared on ours. Completely iced over, no airflow.

    Picture two Trane Precedent units with the 20x30x1 filters, and then picture the filters completely blocked and sucked up against the evaps in an "m" shape. I had to disconnect the compressor contactors and just let the blowers run overnight, so I could replace the filters the next day.

    Another site had a half dozen Luxaire RTU's with two 14x30x2's instead of two 15x20x2's above the 14x25x2. Of course, this means that a lot of air just ran around the end (no spacer) so all the coils need to be quoted for cleaning. Yuk.
    Well, at least I'm home again and two store now have cooling that had none.

    Feeling better Brett?
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  9. #7380
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    Fishing sounds good. So, end of Sept and yer done?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fcs View Post
    how cold was it today?
    62 was the high.

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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I just finished a four day stint in central Pa. A lot of PMs that just "had to" get done, and I found a lot of incorrect information, bad filter sizes, and one store that had NO pm since it was refitted after a fire two years ago. Seems it never got on the service broker's Pm schedule, so it never appeared on ours. Completely iced over, no airflow.

    Picture two Trane Precedent units with the 20x30x1 filters, and then picture the filters completely blocked and sucked up against the evaps in an "m" shape. I had to disconnect the compressor contactors and just let the blowers run overnight, so I could replace the filters the next day.

    Another site had a half dozen Luxaire RTU's with two 14x30x2's instead of two 15x20x2's above the 14x25x2. Of course, this means that a lot of air just ran around the end (no spacer) so all the coils need to be quoted for cleaning. Yuk.



    Well, at least I'm home again and two store now have colling that had none.

    Feeling better Brett?
    sounds fun
    getting there
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  12. #7383
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    Quote Originally Posted by timebuilder View Post
    I just finished a four day stint in central Pa. A lot of PMs that just "had to" get done, and I found a lot of incorrect information, bad filter sizes, and one store that had NO pm since it was refitted after a fire two years ago. Seems it never got on the service broker's Pm schedule, so it never appeared on ours. Completely iced over, no airflow.

    Picture two Trane Precedent units with the 20x30x1 filters, and then picture the filters completely blocked and sucked up against the evaps in an "m" shape. I had to disconnect the compressor contactors and just let the blowers run overnight, so I could replace the filters the next day.

    Another site had a half dozen Luxaire RTU's with two 14x30x2's instead of two 15x20x2's above the 14x25x2. Of course, this means that a lot of air just ran around the end (no spacer) so all the coils need to be quoted for cleaning. Yuk.

    Well, at least I'm home again and two store now have colling that had none.

    Feeling better Brett?
    I bet when you showed up they told you either they think the thermostat is bad or it needs freon. When they find out it was filters, they say- we just changed those. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by James View Post
    I bet when you showed up they told you either they think the thermostat is bad or it needs freon. When they find out it was filters, they say- we just changed those. LOL
    We have to be careful about what we tell the store folks. It's important to not bite the hand that feeds you, and that is the national service broker. I did tell them I removed an obstruction to airflow, though.

    They also need programmable stats so they can get the benefit of night setback.

    Oh, and did I mention that the installers left a duct disconnected in the ceiling, with no diffuser nearby to accept it? Yep. Another high quality install in the retail sector. You have to wonder sometimes...
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