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  1. #1
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    Ours



    Theirs ... same building late last year.




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  2. #2
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    More of ours




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    Ah, nice to see that red label

    I'd have to say yours looks better than theirs.

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    I see a "sediment trap" on the condensate line but not on the gas line. And no "p" trap on the condensate line. Whats that about???
    If you really know how it works, you have an execellent chance of fixin' er up!

    Tomorrow is promised to no one...

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    Originally posted by rayr
    I see a "sediment trap" on the condensate line but not on the gas line. And no "p" trap on the condensate line. Whats that about???
    Ray... the p-trap is there but you can't see it.. it is behind the other PVC... look at the reflection just to the right.

    I don't put a drip leg on RTU's... if water can acculimate in a 6' run or fill up the gas line 14' in the air a drip leg will do no good... ground level equipment gets one every time.. natural gas, when flowing through a line, will dry out any moisture that is in the line... Learned that back in my old gas company days.




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    Nice. Clean work.

    How much ductwork was involved?
    Get back to work.

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    No duct work... did full vacuum and inspection. Checked sizing and replaced old soiled supply vents with freeflow vents.

    SOP for a swap out.


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    [QUOTE]Originally posted by lusker
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    Originally posted by rayr
    I see a "sediment trap" on the condensate line but not on the gas line. And no "p" trap on the condensate line. Whats that about???
    I don't put a drip leg on RTU's... if water can acculimate in a 6' run or fill up the gas line 14' in the air a drip leg will do no good... ground level equipment gets one every time.. natural gas, when flowing through a line, will dry out any moisture that is in the line... Learned that back in my old gas company day

    I agree, but it is code here. And you dont want to tell the inspector it is a "drip leg". LOL Definetly wants to hear the term "Sediment Trap". Been reamed for that a couple of times. LOL
    If you really know how it works, you have an execellent chance of fixin' er up!

    Tomorrow is promised to no one...

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    LOL


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    So the support for the unpainted gas line would be?



    Sky Hook?

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    The pics were taken before the support was put into place but we don't have to paint'em here.

    Nice call... I didn't notice the block supports weren't in the picture.

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