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    [Edited by Boss on 12-29-2003 at 01:02 PM]

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    No Pictures???

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    Frown

    It is true I can tear a furnace down to a million pieces and put it back together but I am getting a headache getting the new camera and new computer to work.

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    fixed pic

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    Need rollout switch installed ,don't you think.....
    "Everyday above ground, is a good day".
    "But everyday that you have made a difference in someones life, may insure you stay above ground a little longer".<aircooled>

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    Talking

    it can be fixed with ducttape and a wire brush

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    Looks like a marshmallow. How did we ever make it without flame rollout switches??
    There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action....Mark Twain

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    Originally posted by frank shelley
    It is true I can tear a furnace down to a million pieces and put it back together but I am getting a headache getting the new camera and new computer to work.
    LMAO!

    Glad you fixed it Frank!

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    Originally posted by HVAC Pro
    Looks like a marshmallow. How did we ever make it without flame rollout switches??
    Actually, in the "Old Days", we got by without roll-out switches by properly maintaining the equipment. Today everyone thinks that once it's installed, nothing should ever have to be done with it. If every tech. took pride in their work and every homeowner was responsible for their equipment, this sort of thing would not be common. But the roll-out switches were a great invention/addition, due to <u>failures</u>, cheap parts, cheap techs. and cheap homeowners and renters.

    By the way, <u>...</u> should have underlined "failures".

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    Originally posted by jdhall
    Originally posted by HVAC Pro
    Looks like a marshmallow. How did we ever make it without flame rollout switches??
    Actually, in the "Old Days", we got by without roll-out switches by properly maintaining the equipment. Today everyone thinks that once it's installed, nothing should ever have to be done with it. If every tech. took pride in their work and every homeowner was responsible for their equipment, this sort of thing would not be common. But the roll-out switches were a great invention/addition, due to <u>failures</u>, cheap parts, cheap techs. and cheap homeowners and renters.

    By the way, <u>...</u> should have underlined "failures".
    I agree but unfortunately a very small percentage of equipment owners do what they are supposed to do. To underline, replace your < > with [ ]
    There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action....Mark Twain

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