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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbenny View Post
    Wow. I'm impressed.

    I'm in awe you guys let it go this far.....
    Life goes on long after the thrill of living is gone.

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by sline-dawg View Post
    I'm in awe you guys let it go this far.....
    It's still very clean and very funny!

    ~smoke~
    "That motor's done, he let the factory smoke charge out!"

  3. #16
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    True dat.....
    Life goes on long after the thrill of living is gone.

  4. #17
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    check your flux capacitor

    I heard if you add garbage to it it will start right up

  5. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by smoke View Post
    Seriously?

    Right.

    I may be cute but I'm also one of the top paid residential service techs in one of the top 5 residential service company's in the country.
    I also passed 4th grade and I can spell correctly. Corrections made above.

    The reason I said "what?!" is you jumped right into a compressor burn out. You have no idea what is going on without being there. Now you're telling a homeowner about a bitter smell with a burn out condition.
    He doesn't even know where to look to smell for a burn out and I'm guessing you don't either.

    As stated from others, leave the diagnosing to the pro's.

    By the way a burn out condition doesn't matter what type of compressor it is.
    You're right though it may be an overchange and he should look for crew marksl

    ~smoke~
    Wow top paid? OMG dude rockstar status
    Guinness for strength

  6. #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by smoke View Post
    Seriously?

    Right.

    I may be cute but I'm also one of the top paid residential service techs in one of the top 5 residential service company's in the country.
    I also passed 4th grade and I can spell correctly. Corrections made above.

    The reason I said "what?!" is you jumped right into a compressor burn out. You have no idea what is going on without being there. Now you're telling a homeowner about a bitter smell with a burn out condition.
    He doesn't even know where to look to smell for a burn out and I'm guessing you don't either.

    As stated from others, leave the diagnosing to the pro's.

    By the way a burn out condition doesn't matter what type of compressor it is.
    You're right though it may be an overchange and he should look for crew marksl

    ~smoke~
    top paid residential service techs in one of the top 5 residential service company's in the country. haha your almost god

  7. #20
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    I have the fastest car in my appartment complex
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  8. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by B_roche View Post
    I have the fastest car in my appartment complex
    I have the best smelling air freshener in PA.

  9. #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan87 View Post
    I have the best smelling air freshener in PA.
    Now I know who took mine. LOL
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  10. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Now I know who took mine. LOL
    it wasn't a pine tree was it???

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    I'm mising one.

    Ok, I don't really miss it. It was a pain to mow the grass around it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    I'm mising one.

    Ok, I don't really miss it. It was a pain to mow the grass around it.
    well than i did take it, but it was just to help you remove grass a little easier

  13. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan87 View Post
    well than i did take it, but it was just to help you remove grass a little easier
    It is easier now.
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