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    Thumbs up hey everyone

    I made an account on here not to long ago to read some articles and posts and I had never introduced myself!

    My fathers an electrician by trade and I'm a computer technician by trade .

    I did my computer training and earned my certs throughout high school and my first year of college. My father took me to lend him a hand on a few of his jobs. On those few jobs I worked with him, there was a gentleman there whom we worked with, turns out he was a HVAC/R technician (of course my father knew who this gentleman was, I on the other hand didnt). We ran the power he installed the appliances, mainly new ductless split systems. I saw what he did, liked what he did and I am currently enrolled in New York City College of Technology's Environmental Control (EC) Program looking to earn an associates in EC and possibly a Bachelors in Facilities Management, while earning the various EPA and other certifications I would be needing to make it in the field as a technician.

    While I was sitting here taking care of some homework, I stumbled across the forum once again while doing a bit of google'in for electric motor wiring diagrams =], and said, hey, let me introduce my self im pretty sure ill be coming back here time and time again in the future.

    Anndddd thats my story. A big thanks and hello to the owners of this forum and the mods that run them and to my fellow users.

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    Liking your work is important. I always liked the problem solving, trouble shooting part the best. I wish you the best.
    "I have never let my schooling interfere with my education."
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    welcome

    read the rules

    get the post count up & apply for pro, we won't be able to help you as much if you don't
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Welcome
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    The statement below is my signature and just my overall feeling towards our industry and does not necessarily pertain to you nor this thread.


    There really isn't a legitimate excuse for not doing the job correctly!

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