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    Per your request.

    Happy Holidays, everyone,

    Rick

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    Now I feel bad for voted not have this section. I'm sure it will be a great one. I look forward to learning from the real pro's.

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    Originally posted by nevada
    I look forward to learning from the real pro's.
    Yes.What he said.

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    Nifty

    I'll be doing a lot of lurking and absorbing, but I'll throw in my $.02 when I feel knowledgeable.

    Much thanks for any and all responsible for making this topic happen!!!

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    Originally posted by jacob perkins
    Originally posted by nevada
    I look forward to learning from the real pro's.
    Yes.What he said.
    Yea, what they jus said....

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    Thanks for the new forum!

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    Once again, thanks for this new forum. I spend a lot of time sifting through the commercial forum for controls questions even though I learn a lot with the other info.

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    Originally posted by R12rules
    Originally posted by jacob perkins
    Originally posted by nevada
    I look forward to learning from the real pro's.
    Yes.What he said.
    Yea, what they jus said....
    All right, are you all ready? Ok, listen up...
    Hey mosquito, quit biting (slap!!) me...
    Anyone like Josey Wales?
    C'mon, you know I'm right!

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    Thanks, now the guys with the laptops and the cool Vaco pocket screwdrivers will get their due
    Quote Originally Posted by MatrixTransform View Post
    very soon it is you that will be pwned

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    Talking

    I'm not a "controls guy". I'm just a fifth year commercial service tech. Green by anyone's standard. But even I know, that to troubleshoot todays equipment, you gotta have atleast a basic understanding of BAS.
    On many calls, I have found the problem not of the chiller, but how it was programmed to run. Likewise, for air handlers, pumps, and towers. My guess is, that in these instances, the dudes that set the programming, have little or no knowledge of HVAC. Anyway, my point is, anyone in this trade, has to improve much in this area to survive. I'm glad Boss made this forum. It will help a lot of guys, like myself, immensely. Thanks to all the real pros helping us newbies out.

    Charlie




    [Edited by charliegolf720 on 12-26-2004 at 06:45 PM]

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    controls are only as good as the programmer.
    Installs, Changeouts, & Heat Stroke.....not necessarily in that order

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    think this will be a pretty cool fourm addition

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    Being both a past service tech and now in office engineering. I have to admit It is usally a programming error on newer installations.. But the service techs will now need to know both worlds.
    Jeff F.
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    VFD, HVAC Motors and Manufacture Assistance.

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