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  1. #1
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    I know I have beat you guys to death with pictures of my 90 ton Trane unit job. But when I came to work on this -16°F morning this picture is what I saw from our parking lot. "Checked heat-$70 bucks"

    I have entitled this picture, "Moonlighting in Vermont". Time: 7:45 AM.


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    Speaking of your 90 ton Trane...what type of compressors are in that unit, scrolls? recips?
    How can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?

  3. #3
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    Originally posted by ozone drone
    Speaking of your 90 ton Trane...what type of compressors are in that unit, scrolls? recips?
    6 scrolls that make up 2 circuits. I hope they work as well as the heat does.

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    Ah crap.. all that work, all them beautiful pictures and now it's on fire! lol

    Yeah ya may have beat us to death with them pix, but we enjoyed em.

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    that would be 6 15 ton milk cans in trane beige
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