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    Hi new to hvac

    Hi, I am new to hvac. I completed a year course of hvac/r I and II and have my EPA universal certification. I've applied for helper/aPprentice jobs but no luck so far. Anyway my teacher told me about this site and said this is forum to join!

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    Welcome aboard!! Get your posts up to 15 and apply for pro membership, lots of technical info in the pro forums. Also check out www.rses.org lots of books, home study courses etc. and try www.powells.com/technicalbooks for used books cheaper.
    Challenge yourself, take the CM test --- Certificate Member since 2004 ---Join RSES ---the HVAC/R training authority ---www.rses.org

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    If you have trouble getting on with a hvac company you may try apartment maintenance first for some hands on experience, I know alot of people that ihave started that way then moved on to an hvac company or started their own....

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    Welcome here!

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    hello and welcome

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