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Thread: furnace install

  1. #14
    Join Date
    Dec 2002
    in a house, Appomattox, Va.
    Break out the fire extinguishers, Thread's on fire! At least he asked, hope we didn't run off a guy who at least asked.
    Col 3:23

    questions asked, answers received, ignorance abated

  2. #15
    Okay the furnace was much easier to install 'door side up' because there were no transitons required, but I've already changed it to a horizontal called in the trasitions, and finished the job. so no pictures of my mistake. Some of you are quick to cast stones but at least I am confident enough to admit my mistakes and fix the problem. what matters is its installed correctly and safely and I learned that the heat exchanger isn't designed for this application. on my own dime so the job doesn't go under.

  3. #16
    This guy is not serious!

  4. #17
    Join Date
    Feb 2004
    on your own dime?

    now that's a damn good employee.

    hey, it was a mistake that at least you caught, the boss never should have approved it and should pay you for your t&m's.

    as a matter of fact, he should pay you double for the liability you just saved his company.

  5. #18
    No wonder the fireplace is making a comeback.This is scary,do so called "boss's" even ask about anything like training or experience anymore?

  6. #19
    Join Date
    Jan 2004

    Just because its easier, doesn't mean its the way it should be done.

    If the install instructions are read and understood, the job usually goes in better, and makes a profit.

    Atleast you asked, and then fixed the mistake.
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