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  1. #14
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    masonite plenim or outhouse?..

    I think it looks like whats left of an outhouse that's been shot with a
    shotgun.. Or a outhouse with the holes in the wrong place..

  2. #15
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    Talking We don't need no stinkin' tin knocker

    McGyver Heating and cooling. They also use coat hangers and rubberbands for control wiring.

    Norelay

  3. #16
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    Re: We don't need no stinkin' tin knocker

    Originally posted by norelay
    McGyver Heating and cooling. They also use coat hangers and rubberbands for control wiring.

    Norelay
    You're real close, they used water hose to hang the flex!
    "And remember my sentimental friend......that a heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others" - Wizard of Oz.

  4. #17
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    will the real hvac pro " please stand up.


    thats how we always did it back home'

    it,s real quiet, also'

  5. #18
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    that reminds me of the apartment that i lived in. The place had no ductwork at all. The air handler was connected to the space between the ceiling and the attic. then holes were cut around the apartment for the air to "leak" into the apt

  6. #19
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    But realize that this job is going to be acceptable to the City of Little Rock now. Masonite is a very hard material that requires a battery operated circular saw to cut it, and hammer and nails to attach it - an air nailer if the installer is a real PRO. Or for hand tools, a utility knife to score and snap it, and a caulk gun with liquid nails to attach it. But, it is very solid material that will hold up for a real long time, so it must be good!

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