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  1. #1
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    Run cap bandit, FL Version




    Check out the install of this resi fan cap. Video is kinda weak.

  2. #2
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    Certainly is a Florida thing.

    Glad to see more people from Fl on here.

  3. #3
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    how could you leave that cap loose hanging by the damn suction lines? If it didn't blow a breaker, it might short on the line and pop the charge.......

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    Around here I have seen several left hanging and the cardboard box left on them to "insulate" the terminals from touching anything....."wow" is usually the nicest thing that's heard when we find one.

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    Did you say the customers' address?? Guess you wanted us to go and check it out for ourselves.

  6. #6
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    No, okc is a long drive, didn't figure you'd be that interested. I was just pi$$ed and have had some issues with the company that did the work. Just thought it was kinda lame that there had been a smoker in the unit and they just left the cap hangin'. That company thinks they can do no wrong. Well, the office believes they are perfect. Anyway, maybe it is time to delete that video. I can't be a $hitstarter my whole life....

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    Quote Originally Posted by JWB View Post
    how could you leave that cap loose hanging by the damn suction lines? If it didn't blow a breaker, it might short on the line and pop the charge.......
    I gotta get rid of that skid of R-22 somehow.....
    Technical incompetence is NOT a sales tool....

  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by John Markl View Post
    I gotta get rid of that skid of R-22 somehow.....
    Wow, that is horrible. But exactly what I was thinking, leakwise. They aren't even commission based techs. I guess he was just out of metal strap and screws.

    But you know, a lot of us are only as good as our teachers. To a point. I just mean that some guys pass on really bad habits and we work in virtual isolated circumstances. Educating myself has become more and more important to me. I liked your question about the root of charging HP's in winter/interesting how many different versions were taught to as many different people. That is my point about the statement beginning this paragraph.

    Anyway, hope nobody thinks that little video was in bad taste.

  9. #9
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    That could pass for California if it was zip tied to the suction line.

  10. #10
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    Don't tease, those zip ties add up and cut into the margin. Just let 'em hang. Ya'll do everything better there....

  11. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by precision hvac View Post
    That could pass for California if it was zip tied to the suction line.
    Yes....zip tie them to the suction line.....keeps 'em cool
    Technical incompetence is NOT a sales tool....

  12. #12
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    certainly hope you have waivers for filming on private property.

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