You guys know I don't ***** about anything. 'Cept maybe the about the folks that run Carrier,---- a little.
Anyway, why can't manufacturers put a description of what is in a box when they send it out. You order a rooftop unit and you get 3 boxes of accessories that need to be feild installed. Not one box say what is in them. So the techs start opening the boxes to see what is in them and before you know it little dinky parts come up missing. Fine put the part number on the box but would it be so hard to also print, "low ambient control" or "conversion kit"
We got 2 boxes of duct tape in yesterday and in big black letters it said, "STICKY TAPE". Hmmmm........when you get a box from an equipment manufacturer, that has 27 little nuts, bolts, screws and labels, all it saids on the box is "3XT456-971-A" Of course, you are SUPPOSE to know if it is the wrong one, if it has a B on the end instead of the A.
[Edited by benncool on 12-01-2004 at 01:28 PM]