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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by md master
    Originally posted by BoltonNC
    Tail light warranty:
    When you can't see my taillights, the warranty is up...
    How about an "outa sight warranty". When I'm outa sight the warranties over. (Just kidding of course)


    CONCRETE Warranty!!


    Lasts until my truck pulls off the concrete driveway!

  2. #15
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    Don't worry ma'am i am one of the companies best techs ...matter of fact in 13 days I will have two weeks on the job.


    or good enough for government work....

    Tennessee Chrome = duct tape

    my favorite is:


    Well ma'am my a/c at home is working fine which is where i will be going next if you keep calling me evry 5 minutes wanting to know when I am going to be there...
    thehumid1-------I live in NJ, a state where it's free to come in but you have to pay to leave!

  3. #16
    [QUOTE]Originally posted by x-pensivewino
    [B]very funny!,off topic question about,..
    "6-"Lets put the Condensate drain in the plumbing vent,
    it will save time and pipe."

    I'm a homeowner and I will have to check, but I think the installer of my system did just that,.,...what are the consequeces?,..if it is a serious problem, what angle do I take to convince him to correct
    thanks in advance for the lists help,
    Mike
    .................................................. ...
    Mike, the condensate drain, pan & coil are almost always
    on the negative pressure side of the air handler (unless
    you are using an add on incased coil). If the trap on the
    condensate line goes dry, like it will in the winter on a heat pump, then air being drawn thru the drain pipe will be
    from the plumbing vent. That might be methane gas plus sewer odor. It is against plumbing codes and is obviously not a good idea. If the system has a dirty air filter or return air problems, the situation becomes even worse.

  4. #17
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    Hmm

    what?????
    FILL OUT YOUR PROFILE!!

  5. #18
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    Location
    philly
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    very funny!,off topic question about,..
    "6-"Lets put the Condensate drain in the plumbing vent,
    it will save time and pipe."

    I'm a homeowner and I will have to check, but I think the installer of my system did just that,.,...what are the consequeces?,..if it is a serious problem, what angle do I take to convince him to correct
    thanks in advance for the lists help,
    Mike
    .................................................. ...
    Mike, the condensate drain, pan & coil are almost always
    on the negative pressure side of the air handler (unless
    you are using an add on incased coil). If the trap on the
    condensate line goes dry, like it will in the winter on a heat pump, then air being drawn thru the drain pipe will be
    from the plumbing vent. That might be methane gas plus sewer odor. It is against plumbing codes and is obviously not a good idea. If the system has a dirty air filter or return air problems, the situation becomes even worse.


    Jt,
    Thanks for the reply i was getting worried about getinng no response's!,....I willtalk to the installer and relay your comments,

    thanks again,
    mike

  6. #19
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    I didn't think the picture was that bad.

  7. #20
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    "Don't confuse me with the facts... my mind is made up."
    Greg

  8. #21
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    Overheard at a construction site concerning a less-than-perfect cut on a 2x4...

    "We ain't buildin' no piano. Nail it up!"

    And, "Good enough for the girls we go with."

  9. #22
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    looks good riding by on a bicycle

  10. #23

    Talking

    The old Texas warranty.. If it breaks in half, you get to keep both pieces.

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