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  1. #1
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    "There should have been an arrow"

    For those installers who can't read Engrish.
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    And of course since it was upside down, the over temp limit (which is now on the bottom) can't sense that the unit is overheating, and this is the result....
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    Installed on a friday?


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    That's usually what happens when a sparkie's helper, or a brother-in-law puts in a duct heater.
    Nemo me impune lacessit.

    How much blood do I have to bathe in to get clean?

    Don't look down on anyone unless you're helping them up.

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    Oh so heat rises, that's it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sammer VII View Post
    Oh so heat rises, that's it.
    No, heat dose not rise. Heat moves to cold.

    Hot air rises.
    I r the king of the world!...or at least I get to stand on the roof and look down on the rest of yall

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    easy fix... take the sticker off

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    Somebody needs a new slinky.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheelbaron View Post
    No, heat dose not rise. Heat moves to cold.

    Hot air rises.



    We had a discussion about this at work.
    "Heat" itself does not rise. Heat transfers (moves) by conduction, radiation, and convection.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lash View Post


    We had a discussion about this at work.
    "Heat" itself does not rise. Heat transfers (moves) by conduction, radiation, and convection.
    Lol, heat moves to the colder air... once its moves it keeps going up and up through the air. Therefor if air is the only medium in which heat has to travel it will rise.

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    I'm sure they flipped the cabinet to provide service access... but forgot to move those little important parts inside.

    Oops.

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