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    Supposed to be 102F tomorrow...heat index 115 with humidity to match...God, please let me die over a Trane...not some pos...

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    Originally posted by senior tech
    Supposed to be 102F tomorrow...heat index 115 with humidity to match...God, please let me die over a Trane...not some pos...
    More of a chance you will die over a Trane than not, so your odds are good.
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    102F! why live in that part of the country.

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    Originally posted by senior tech
    Supposed to be 102F tomorrow...heat index 115 with humidity to match...God, please let me die over a Trane...not some pos...
    High ninties with heat index over 105°. Feels great in an attic all day.

    It's funny how you get used to it mid afternoon. Or maybe the part of my brain that says "get out" has ceased to send me that message. In any case...I drink plenty of water.
    Get back to work.™

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    Originally posted by lowtemp
    102F! why live in that part of the country.



    A little bird told me that Low Temp does not like to sweat. >insert big grin<
    If common sense is so common how come so few of us have it!

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    Originally posted by mrbillpro
    Originally posted by senior tech
    Supposed to be 102F tomorrow...heat index 115 with humidity to match...God, please let me die over a Trane...not some pos...
    More of a chance you will die over a Trane than not, so your odds are good.
    Sorry...I forgot to mention that I want to die over something that actually works...

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    IT'S 105°F. In Omaha, NE Today

    Hey, you can't stop these old Trane split A/C units. Mine is 21 years old but it still works great. It's working against a temperature of 105°F. today and still keeping the upstairs at 74°F.

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    I'm so ashamed!!!


    I'm sweating my tail off installing Lennox!

    The worst part of the whole retro is that we took out TRANE in order to put in the Lennox!!!


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    Yeagh, that heat is pushing east. Were getting that stuff coming in tommorow and for the next few days it's suppose to be real hot. We have had a hell of a hot summer here. It took everyone by surprise in the trade around here. The last two summers have been miserable for business. Things not too bad around the ranch lately. I am just counting on a slow up in September. We all by that time will have ran hard this summer. "Git er done".

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    Yeah, we're feeling the heat as well.. The Dew Point is 75 right now.. We had 15 days above 90 this summer so far.. Last year was 0, a year before was just 2.

    They say an avg whole summer is 14. Summer is about half over already.

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    Originally posted by mayguy
    Yeah, we're feeling the heat as well..[snip]We had 15 days above 90 this summer so far..[snip]
    For some reason this gave me the giggles.


    I guess its about the same as me complaining about it getting below 30º in the winter for a few days though.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Originally posted by mark beiser
    Originally posted by mayguy
    Yeah, we're feeling the heat as well..[snip]We had 15 days above 90 this summer so far..[snip]
    For some reason this gave me the giggles.


    I guess its about the same as me complaining about it getting below 30º in the winter for a few days though.
    LOL Well, around Christmas, we were down to -24 for a couple of days.

    the 10 o'clock news says the dew point at 80 degrees..

    I can't see out of my windows! lol

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    Heat Good, Cold Bad.

    I like the heat...and yes most of my work is outside. Been over 90F almost everyday for a month now.

    6 months from now it'll be nearing -40F

    Heat Good, Cold Bad.
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