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  1. #27
    Originally posted by condenseddave
    Originally posted by bowman
    Lots of whinning going on here....lol...if ya dont want to do it, just let us know and well come buy ya out...rotflmfao....Eric
    You're a real comedian today.

    Hussmann doesn't have that much money.

    Perhaps .... they are thinking they wont NEEEEEED that much money........

  2. #28
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    hussmann still buying?

  3. #29

    Not too bad except I had to do it twice

    Had a 20 hp, had to bring up from there


    through here


    through here, too


    For this


    On here

  4. #30
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    No but ir does....lmao....
    If you cant find the time to do it right the first time, then you wont find the time the second time around....

  5. #31
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    sounds like you're a man of the big blue H ?

  6. #32
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    Yeppers, that i am...
    If you cant find the time to do it right the first time, then you wont find the time the second time around....

  7. #33
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    bowman, if i may ask out of what branch?

  8. #34
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    Im a service supervisor for the harrisburg, pa branch....
    If you cant find the time to do it right the first time, then you wont find the time the second time around....

  9. #35
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    Originally posted by bowman
    No but ir does....lmao....
    Uh, No. They don't have enough, either.

  10. #36
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    ROTFLMFAO...
    If you cant find the time to do it right the first time, then you wont find the time the second time around....

  11. #37
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    Don't know if my post will get read, since this is an older thread.but...I'm brand new to this forum, glad i joined, lot's of good info. Am I correct in thinking that alot of you techs are from Calif? I'm from NJ, was a market guy for 27 years, now an in house industrial guy, working for a supermarket chain's distribution warehouses. Still in the Union making same overscale wages, same bennies. Got out cuz of the hours and 2 sick parents I had to care for. Bopth passed now, but i still miss the supers!!

    Wife and I are planning on moving south when may last girl is in college (3 years). I was treated pretty good compared to some of the stories I've been reading, especially you IR guys. I was actually thinking about going back to the market stuff when I move, alot could happen by then though,maybe I'll come to my senses!

    ANYWAY...Changed alot of compressors on alot of different racks, and they are alot tighter now, the Superplus's are the worst!! Used 2 piecs of short channel under the compressr pushed all the way to the back and the front onto metal milk crates with a chain and come along for support, just in case, and she used to slide out pretty easy. I drained the oil and took the float off and took the terminal box cover right off the compressor with all the controls and BX still connected to the box(tied out of the way) The hardest part was putting the box back on with the rubber gasket and the screws lining up. Why did Hussmann ever spin the suction end bells? That was assanine! Rattled too long, my longest reply yet. Keep the faith fellas.

  12. #38
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    Hey cool thats the way i was taught to remove a comp from a superpluss from a market tech with AAA Refrig in the Bronx....must be a city thing.lol


    Welcome to the board.
    Aire Serv of SW Connecticut- Gas heat, dual fuel and central a/c systems installed and serviced

  13. #39
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    I've changed many a compressor on racks and over the years and we got smarter. Our company picked up a trolly that has a hydraulic deck. Once the compressor has been lifted to the proper height I lock the brakes on the cart put a metal plate between the cart and the rack and slide it into place. No lifting,no prying and most importantly no one gets hurt!

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