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  1. #27
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    Apparently, I'm not permitted to respond directly to that attack.

    It's for the best, I suppose.

    Hoffa. I take it that you were a member before and signed up with a new username. Is that correct??????

  2. #28
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    Agree Doc is a good guy and has displayed a good attitude over the years. I am not saying anything about HIS attitude.
    Have you signed up under a new username? Remember the site rules. I looked in our database for your email address and it is fake. Can you please contact me about this. I would like to know who you were before. Thanks

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    Generally I use a regular pressure guage when I'm working on a high pressure gas system and want to check the pressure to the regulator.

    I use both a u-tube, and a richie manometer for "WC.

    Doc, you feeling ok.
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    BC1

    It not fake see below. Just search the formum you'll see hes been posting for a long time.

    Let me know if your not happy sieth this answer.


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    Im fine... Sometimes you just gotta choose the battles that are worthwhile.



    Yes..ol' Doc knows theat both a pressure measurement but thanks anyway for the tip. Since we all know that... what psi should the manifold prerssure of a standard natural gas furnace read? How about telling me what PSI is used when determining airflow. Maybe the PSI for determining a blocked Air Filter?

    Honestly I would have felt bad if it were just a typo, but you had to go on with it like you meant it.

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    Originally posted by hoffa
    BC1

    It not fake see below. Just search the formum you'll see hes been posting for a long time.

    Let me know if your not happy sieth this answer.


    Hello,

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    I think he's mainly concerned with what your username was prior to your registering two days ago as "hoffa". You DID comment on Doc's demeanor over the past "few years", yet you're a two day member.....

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    LOL...

    Now thats what I expect from ya DOC.


    I would expect to see 1/8 lb.(or.125 psi) at the manifold of a NG furnace.

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    Originally posted by beenthere
    I would expect to see 1/8 lb.(or.125 psi) at the manifold of a NG furnace.
    Ole Doc thwaps beenthere with a spoonfull of Ben and Jerry's Chunky Monkey Ice Cream

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    Thats strange, I am bald and chunky.
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    Originally posted by docholiday
    Originally posted by beenthere
    I would expect to see 1/8 lb.(or.125 psi) at the manifold of a NG furnace.
    Ole Doc thwaps beenthere with a spoonfull of Ben and Jerry's Chunky Monkey Ice Cream

    Thats good ice cream.

    [img]Ben and Jerry's Chunky Monkey Ice Cream[/img]

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    Originally posted by beenthere
    Thats strange, I am bald and chunky.
    Welcome to my world

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    This is for Docholiday.
    Your first Q. was answered in my initial post.
    NOW your second Q. was about a blocked air filter. The answer for that would be( some of you might not beleive this) you take the filter out and look at it. If it is dirty, you change it. WHY would you take a manometer out and check the pressure difference if you can take the filter out and change it? BUT if you are talking about air flow problems, then you got more than a filter to look at.



    Everyone on here will be gone and will be replaced by some new comer to the industry. Why don't some of you set a good example for the new guys.
    Some of you guys are WONDERFUL. I do learn alot from you.
    NO ONE KNOWS EVERYTHING. Well, maybe Doc.

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