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    i had a great day today,boss sends me out too mcdonalds,too meet refer tech,from co.coke has do the big stuff on,well apparently this co.installed a new compressor on a multiplex remote unit,roof top condenser.on6/17/04 compressor went inon 6/20 unit shut down on overload.well we meet this morning,and he comes bumbling out of truck this guy looked like joe **** the ragman.any how we cloimb up on roof too look at condenser well iwasnt too pleased this thing never seen a cleaning ,tech says he brought some coil cleaner and some acti brite would i mind helping,not at all,i say,get it all cleaned up ,go inside of restaurant check unit,water bath temp was 66 deg.fired unit up let run for half hour temp started too drop,so im poking around uptop checking water bath and noticed that a new txv.was installed{incorrectly}tech had txv strapped on tubing in the water bath,i question him on this he said that where the old one was,i said well its wrong .remounted and insulated,man the things you have to do,every thing turned out fine,my co.pays these guys 85.00 an hr.and i have too straighten there crap out.i felt good about myself today.
    if at first you dont succeed,then skydiving is not for you

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    Just another fine day in; never assume!

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    my learned colleague,i never assume anything.but you would think the first order of business would be too clean the damn.CONDENSER.after the install of newm pump,ya think?
    if at first you dont succeed,then skydiving is not for you

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    so did you get the 85 an hour for that day?

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    Big deal, you got lucky, even a blind squirrel finds a nut every couple years.
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    Hey Len, the guys name, was it Ben Dover?

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    or Phil McCracken?
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    Hey Len

    Did Doctor Proc give you the answer? Heh, heh.
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    Sorry but we all make mistakes and you're probably not gonna get too many "atta boys" by building yourself up while stepping on the back of another tech, even if he looks scraggly and is not too swift.

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    The question is..."was there any service valves on it?"

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    yes there were svc.valves,and i wasnt trying too walk on the back of the svc.tech,if it sounded that way then i apologize,we all make mistakes and overlook things,this i know.but this was the 3rd time we had problems at this acct,after these guys left,was just stating a fact that was all,im no hero by any means,i was was trying too make a point.
    if at first you dont succeed,then skydiving is not for you

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    What that he made more money then you
    Not what it use to be

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