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    [Edited by chadman on 01-28-2004 at 09:14 PM]

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    Wow. a Maytag! Must be looking for an early retirement :-)


    Chad,

    Use [ ] insted of { }

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    Nice Job

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    Looks good!

    What's the flex? is that fresh air being brought in from outside?

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    That's nice.

    I really dig the stainless on those Maytags.

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    Dude thats sweet !

    where's my car?

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    Looks good. One question. Are the PVC joints primered? Doesn't look like it from the pic.
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    not all primer is colored....
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    Yes Mayguy that is fresh air being brought in from outside. Here where I live it is code,we use a scuddle damper.
    Yes Josh,we use clear primer

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    You need fresh air for a 90 plus? Nice looking job,great lines.

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    How does the damper work? when the blower comes on only?

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    The damper only opens when the blower is running. Upon initial start up you have to adjust a counter weight on the damper to insure that the damper operates properly. Where I live in Michigan it is code that we bring fresh air into the duct work on any new dwelling.

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    I am looking for work preferably in Michigan but willing to relocate for the right job. I have 10 years expierence in both the installation and service end of the trade.

    Thanks,
    Chad

    [Edited by chadman on 05-11-2005 at 07:32 PM]

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