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  1. #1
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    where do i put the a-coil they sent me.

    [Edited by Boss on 06-05-2004 at 10:06 PM]

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    http:www.msnusers.com/air-conditionerpictures/shoebox.msnw

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    Confused

    What the ????

    Can't wait to hear the story behind THAT picture.

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    theres no picture

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    Here is one of them...



    I think.

    http:www.msnusers.com/air-conditionerpictures/shoebox.msnw

    Your going to have to copy and paste the link.
    I can't get it to take....

    [Edited by cehs on 06-06-2004 at 07:37 AM]
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    For some reason it doesn't accept the urls for those pics.

    Read the URL. Something's fishy. Looks like they do NOT want you linking the photos form another source!

    http://www.msnusers.com/_Secure/0ZQA...zRMO!NbZV!8Hf!

    You may need to store your photos somewhere else.



    An idea for some of you is to use your webspace provided to you by your ISP.

    Say if you have COX you would have 10 megs of space per each email address. All you need to do is go activate it. I get up to 7 emails totalling 70 megs. I don't even use it that much except for extra storage. I've got 100 megs on my domain website.

    But you can do the same thing with COX or your other ISP. On cox, your website would be http://members.cox.net/your_reguiste...l_account_name

    Activate your webspace for each email address you make. MAke a email address called HVAC_HACKS or something easy. Then activate it. Then using Microsoft Front Page or something configure it for your webspace. Once it's set up it only takes a minute to add photos.

    I do this on a daily basis. It only takes 5 minutes to get the pics from my camera, on my website, and into this forum.

    Just some ideas for those who are looking for webspace. If you are PAYING an ISP for your internet connection, chances are you HAVE webspace.






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    Well. While I was posting that I got to thinking.

    It has to be a TRICK on their part, but if my browser shows the pic there has GOT to be a way to get the photo to load through here.

    Here they are!


    [img]http://www.msnusers.com/_Secure/0ZQAAAA8hstZQeEhiCAaePh0yFnhrIRY1qltsZzRMO!NbZV!8H f!ZDP85tM5MVtkRUeoRy5kopH83mOhy3iBH2Rr0PIHW9rgDLqm 2EEjBV0nZDX!CSxP5hVI0QpBFAL0090Tv59gtyv6PG9XMc5*aP w/blazer-airconditioner%20001.jpg[/img]


    [img]http://www.msnusers.com/_Secure/0ZQAwAxAh!9ZQeEhiCAaePh0yFnhrIRY1qltsZzRMO!NSj1rHa SV2UfPnSamxkFAtKAkub4qlWdqMaSuPjPMQHGvZKJpFGDr1oW8 sIsB5kidP9u9suZoaMf5!hAL24cDBmNgh5*j2wFCV0WIcGOVPr w/blazer-airconditioner%20002.jpg[/img]

    I looked it up under the source code. Those monkeys are using a TRICK to show the WRONG URL under the pictures properties. Just "view source" and look for the very long url for the picture such as this one http://www.msnusers.com/_Secure/0ZQA...oner%20001.jpg




    Now that we can see what we are talking about. WHAT THE HECK???

    Did you personally take the pics? WHAT, WHY???

    Must be a broken down Blazer with the useless 2.8 V6
    JUNK.


    [Edited by PaysonHVAC on 06-06-2004 at 12:11 PM]

  8. #8
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    thanks guys yes i did take the picture. was sent here 1 man to reinstall other contractor was supposed to have it ste already. needless to say it was a great start for a friday, went back that afternoon with another tech. dispatcher quoted this one sight unseen, boss lost his ass on this one.

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    WTF...that thing is WAY to big for that truck...sell them a smaller unit
    FILL OUT YOUR PROFILE!!

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