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    water leak

    A couple of years ago at the old company i worked for we got a water leak call on a new install and this is what i found.
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    That unit looks right, lol....Just straighten up the building.

    EBear

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    Hmmm...sidejobber perhaps?? Goodman??


    I'm not brand-bashing, but we see this all too much. And, yes, I know it's been discussed numerous times.

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    Harold would be proud...

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    Quote Originally Posted by EBear View Post
    That unit looks right, lol....Just straighten up the building.

    EBear
    DITTO!
    Just hire a house leveling outfit.

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    Makes you wonder !

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    I couldn't do work that poorly on a hangover! The installer should be found, tarred and feathered!

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    If he had shimmed it properly, with a 2X4 from the packing crate, a drink bottle, and an old contactor, it would have worked fine!!

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    Looks like they took the low bidder.

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