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  1. #14
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    Frostybeer, there was a restriction in the port on the cold manifold that i didnt notice because the tubing that was visible was black and the tubing in behind was white so my eye subconciously overlooked it. It created enough of a negative to close switch, but when the black tubing was hooked up to switch for the differential, it opened switch. cleared white tubing and away she went.

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by chill factor View Post
    Time Builder and City Hvac, boy has this site changed. I've been a member almost 7yrs and dont remember attitudes like this. Skipping the real roots and getting ready for retirement eh, no more patience that sucks! I have 25 more years to hit 65 and i hope i wont even be 1/2 the men you guys seem to be. I've been around the block a few times boys, was just looking to see if you knew the answer for the pressure switch question being neg. 1.55" that thankfully a tech support guy was able to furnish. Oh ya you guys dont believe in tech support.
    7 years....92 posts...such an opportunity to learn about the trade and about those in it.

    I think you still have enough time to get it together. Then again, some guys just carry around a lot of anger and try to wash it down with a two-four of Labatt's. I don't know you, but as a guy who has spent a fair amount of time north of the St Lawrence, I can tell you that I have seen it before.

    I believe in tech support. I believe they are often under-trained and inexperienced, and it is rare that I have to call them about a problem for which myself and my friends (including those here) can't find the answer. In point of fact, I have seen Lennox tech support recommend L-series boards when the board was not bad, hence my mentioning that dynamic in view of the post from guy who worked for his school district in Texas. It's a shame when a customer pays hundreds when a tech support associate is wrong.

    Good day.
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  3. #16
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    last 10 years and same employer is all i have to say about your comment with only 92 posts.

    Good day to you too

  4. #17
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    I'm suggesting that those with only a few posts should become more involved with helping others and themselves with greater participation.

    I can think of guys with 30 years in their job who aren't worth a tinker's damn. I'm sure you can, too.

    If you have experience to share and can do it in a way that brings honor to the trade, then I encourage you to do so.
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