View Poll Results: Should the Chiller Forum become Pro Only?

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  • Pro Only, I want to share better info

    72 65.45%
  • I want two Forums, Pro and Open

    18 16.36%
  • No, don't change it

    20 18.18%
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  1. #53
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  2. #54
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lusker View Post
    I don't get pro applications... only the Membership Committee.

    You may want to contact them to see how they are doing?
    Ok thank you for the info and your time.

  3. #55
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    Quote Originally Posted by emcontrols View Post
    Ok thank you for the info and your time.
    They normally send new pro changes to me every weekend. If you sent in your application within the last few weeks then it wont be long.

  4. #56
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    been doing this biz for over 40 years from the beginning of the heavy iron age to now, and i must say that keeping this information locked up is not going to stop people from destroy machines,i see it every day.this stuff is not like flying to the moon information.so i must disagree and say leave it allow,quit poking it with that stick it might bite back.i think long underwear or longworth said that--later

  5. #57
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    Quote Originally Posted by rtac View Post
    Well worked for Trane for 28 yrs. Done CTV's, Absorbers, Tracer Summit, I live in a small community so we had to multitask. Got EPA cert, Here In WVa we have to have Electrical and Plumbing License, Ky Got HVAC lic and Boiler Contractors license...lot of fees at the end of the year. Ican provide lic numbers as needed...Would like to see it closed also..

    Phil
    Received all of your info. No doubt about it...

    You are now a Professional Member.

  6. #58
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    Is it me or is this a bit like " I'm alright Jack, pull up the ladder"?
    Going Pro is great for regular site users but us casual users will miss out. I've 23 years at Trane and have worked on everything from splits to absorption to controls, but don't post regularly because you guys already have all the answers! My vote's for both, at least I might make it pro one day.

  7. #59
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    Quote Originally Posted by CoolFox View Post
    Is it me or is this a bit like " I'm alright Jack, pull up the ladder"?
    Going Pro is great for regular site users but us casual users will miss out. I've 23 years at Trane and have worked on everything from splits to absorption to controls, but don't post regularly because you guys already have all the answers! My vote's for both, at least I might make it pro one day.
    You need 4 more post to qualify.

  8. #60
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    Well in that case let me give you a hand with that ladder!

  9. #61
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  10. #62
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    I was torn between Pro only and Pro and Open.
    I'm all for more info. or better info.
    For 24 years I've worked for companies that work on "anything", which means there is a heck of alot to know about a heck of alot of various equipment. So when I do need some specific chiller info. it would be nice to get that extra bit of info that makes a big difference in getting to the root of a problem. I voted Pro only.

  11. #63
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    I believe going pro will enhance this portion of our site. I'm all for sharing technical information but am very concerned that it may end up in unqualified hands and do more damage than good. Those wanting the info will put in the effort and go pro also.
    Just my opinion.
    Go the extra mile, it's shorter than you think. UA in the Bay

  12. #64
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    I'd like to vote Pro, for technically sensitive subjects and also, Open, for general information. You Mods will make sure they are posted in the correct place, right???????? L.O.L.

    Also, I'd like to nominate MAXTER. My gosh, 5665 posts and counting.!!!!!!!!
    "Wheel" mechanics work on "Wheel" chillers

  13. #65
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    Quote Originally Posted by referteacher View Post
    I'd like to vote Pro, for technically sensitive subjects and also, Open, for general information. You Mods will make sure they are posted in the correct place, right???????? L.O.L.

    Also, I'd like to nominate MAXTER. My gosh, 5665 posts and counting.!!!!!!!!
    i'll need another Pro Member to second the nomination.

    will check back in the AM

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