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    Check up

    Our Installers installed this over the winter and never fired it up. They sent me out to do a start up on it today... i think they did a great job. subcooling was on the money. low side was low but no load in the house been in the 30's last few weeks and nice weather over the weekend 75 today soory should off took pics in side they did a full eveloution system

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    Who the hell put this return in the bathroom.

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    What does the inside work look like?

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    i dident take a picture of it ... thought about ti after i left... it was clean they removed a old low boy and had a ton of duct work to do
    Who the hell put this return in the bathroom.

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    Whats up with all the zip ties. Are you afraid the whip is gonna walk off along with the armeflex that will be torn in 3 places soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB Cool View Post
    Whats up with all the zip ties. Are you afraid the whip is gonna walk off along with the armeflex that will be torn in 3 places soon.
    nothing like nitpicking

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    Is the incoming power wiring coming out of the hole with the copper, that should be in sealtight also
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    Quote Originally Posted by youngtech View Post
    nothing like nitpicking
    Ya, he's got bigger problems than some zip-ties cutting into the armeflex as it does "look" like romex coming out of the line set "chase" feeding the incoming side of the disconnect.

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    Should've been a couple of single-hole clamps on the liqui-tite.

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    man i love you guys.... im gunna bring this up with boss see if he changes it i dident even catch that thanks for the input..
    Who the hell put this return in the bathroom.

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    Here is some real nitpick.....I dont mind tie to keep tings neat, in fact I like it that way...BUT, the ties used there are black. Black ties are not to be used outside for any electrical work, as they do not, IN GENERAL, have the UV rating like white ones do. Some black ties have it, but it would be marked on the package. That can fail inspection in some towns.

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    I think you may have that backwards. The black ones have the UV rating and the white ones do not....

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    Quote Originally Posted by trouble time View Post
    I think you may have that backwards. The black ones have the UV rating and the white ones do not....
    there UV rated JFYI
    Who the hell put this return in the bathroom.

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