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Thread: brand bashing

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    why dont the moderators of this group just delete any references that could be construed as brand bashing....some posters in here seem to only come to the forum to brand bash....

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    The moderators have a “BRAIN”, like Brain Child, , and can distinguish between a debate with facts, and brand bashing. Hopefully this answered your inquiry.

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    Hey Corny, I don't brand bash, I just hate Goodman, lol

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    Maybe the moderators understand the value of freedom of speech....

    Dave in NJ

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    Gentlemen,

    Although we Associates and Moderators appreciate free speech there are factors that will cause us to make the subject matter disappear into thin air. A few of those factors are:

    Posting with extreme discrimination (Flame War). Rule # 1

    The use of foul language. Rule # 6

    Arguing with the Associates and Moderators for doing their jobs. Rule # 7

    And my Rule # 13... Don't be a PIA!

    Repeated offences will buy you Rule # 5

    Brand bashing is not one of them as long as it is kept clean and all blows are above the belt. A little competition is good for the soul.



    Thanks from all of us.

    Lusker



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    The BRAND without sin cast the first stone!!
    It's NOT the BRAND,it's the company that installs it!!!!!

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    Originally posted by heatpumpguru
    The BRAND without sin cast the first stone!!
    Throws a stone for Carrier, just kidding, I couldn't help myself.

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    Yeah, back when the 80% afue came out they failed to tell anyone about flue gases and condensation,we took out a bunch to of heaters that looked 300 years old with rust.Lennox has THE PULSE, Glowcore,RHEEM DRUM HEAT EXCHAGERS,York Heat exchangers,Amana HTM's, they all have skeltons,i had a copy of Consumer reports from the 90's and they picked The Pulse, The HTM and the Glowcore as the top picks. That year they were way off.
    It's NOT the BRAND,it's the company that installs it!!!!!

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    ah . what's rule no #5

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    Originally posted by green_apprentice
    Originally posted by green_apprentice
    ah . what's rule no #5

    never mind i got it.

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    I am 100% for doing service work and installations to the highest Best Practices Standards.

    Some cannot afford to have their ductwork upsize renovated. However, if you can show them how they can reduce heat-gain/heat-loss enough so install smaller Btuh equipment, this will better utilize its rated Btu/hr capacity and efficiency rating resulting in a much better investment return or PayBack. - Darrell
    http://www.nationalcomfortinstitute....m%20Efficiency


    [Edited by udarrell on 10-29-2005 at 04:15 PM]

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    No matter how pricey it is, if its not going to be done correctly you have to lower your customers expectations of having a properly operating system. Sorry to say but cutting corners because of price will never result in reliability and performance.

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