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  1. #1
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    Typical hack install here, nothing special, of course its attached to a 20+ year old GE a/h



    Its the data plate that caught my attention!!



    Didnt know the CPKE was available in 91', much less in this style and with a factory installed 97 year compressor

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    I couldn't have felt right about actually charging a customer for that.

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    Looks like most of the apartment installs around here, the unit sitting at a wierd angle. I don't recall the cube units being around in 91 either.

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    They could have at least spun that pad around to match the unit.
    There is nothing more frightful than ignorance in action....Mark Twain

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    Have any pics' of the other side?
    I'll bet it is another laugh to see how they hooked up the line voltage.

  6. #6
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    Hmm

    I must admitt, I am a bit confused. How is it possible to have a CPKE24 with a '91 serial number? It doesn't seem logical.

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