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    Lazy techs

    What they can't even order a cover from green heck, they would rather let an non enclosed motor sit out in the elements and silicone the holes, now thats lazy! oh yeah and it didn't work! The motor is toast. Not to mention the electrical tape cap holder and the switch non existent.

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    Nice

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    Looks like some one got a deal on a nice used exhaust fan?

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    but it was not raining the day i put it in

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    Thats the new "evaporative cooled" fan motor,keep up on the new trends guys i mean really.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrishvacman View Post
    What they can't even order a cover from green heck, they would rather let an non enclosed motor sit out in the elements and silicone the holes, now thats lazy! oh yeah and it didn't work! The motor is toast. Not to mention the electrical tape cap holder and the switch non existent.
    How much you want to bet it was a roofer that did the silicone work? Exhaust fans are so over looked. Well it's not on the PM contract.......move on!

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