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  1. #1
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    it sways with the wind

    found this little gem while doing a PM. shame its only been installed for 6 months
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    Thats so you can see it from both sides of the unit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jettinvr6sc View Post
    found this little gem while doing a PM. shame its only been installed for 6 months
    Strutin' in the wind....sounds like a Country Song!!!! All it needs is a sky hook!
    If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical problem.

  4. #4
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    Ha ha hardware is getting pricy these days.
    Is there a drip leg on the gas line ?

  5. #5
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    yep there is a drip leg, on that unit it was installed properly. The other units the drip leg is inline...

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    I'd rather have it there than screwed to the access door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tangogreen View Post
    I'd rather have it there than screwed to the access door.
    agree . . . amazing tho how the person couldnt take the small amount of time to do it RIGHT lol .

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    The answer my friend is Blowing in the Wind.
    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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    Is the gas line Painted? Supported?

  10. #10
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    The disconnect is fine, its the unit thats leaning.
    Effort is the 1st step towards failure.

  11. #11
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    I know color it with some florescent paint .....and if the next guy had to get up there in bad weather ....its a beacon to help find the unit.
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    Disconnect's just got it's gangsta lean on... haters gotta hate...

  13. #13
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    It's a pet peeve of mine having the disconnect in the way for proper service access.

    I had a couple units last week with the disconnects mounted on the access panel of the condensing units. It damn near jumps onto the contactor when you take the cover off!

    Some more work would be needed to make it right in the OP, but at least it would be right, then.
    I do three kinds of work.
    1 - Good - 2 - Fast - 3 - Cheap
    Pick two

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