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    My gauge set didn't come with a suitcase so now I don't feel professional.

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    Maybe he should've invested in a tripod instead.
    Zach

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    What ticked me off was when he winked when he talked about venting.

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    Why isn't R-12 safe to use in vehicles? Weren't they using that in cars and refrigerators and other devices before R-134A came out? Knucklehead.
    Not as lean, not as mean, but I'm still a hardcore, ass-kicking, hard charging Marine! Oohrah!

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    Cool

    I like the removable Knobs.
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    first he talks about how cheep the price is..then the knobs fall off, priceless. next vid he will probably try and hack them on to his home AC.

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    hack

    The video was priceless... what a clueless douche-bag !

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    wow. Is this guy serious?

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    I like how he says its hard to screw up a gauge set. As people that use them everyday in our work, I bet you all agree. Every set out there is perfect. Right? RIGHT?

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    Talking

    The best part is the advice that he is giving to people in his comment section.

    "The yellow line is just for reclaiming the refridgerant in the system already or for putting refridgerant in the system.

    Aside from that, when your just checking the pressure it has no use. Just make sure its capped off or running to something. Otherwise when you open your valves on the gauge it'll just come out the yellow line and vent to the atmosphere."

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    found this on his youtube profile

    About Me:

    I'm a tall guy who just happens to know a little about a lot of stuff.

    lol
    http://www.youtube.com/user/KawaTriple250

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    He just wants his 15 minutes of fame. His friends thing he is a genius HVAC guy to boot!

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