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    Just when I thought I had seen it all from our installers

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    Usually they will leave me a hidden splice that leaks or flipped drain lines or I have to go on a great hunt to find the tstat wire. And the boss man wonders why I take so long on start ups.

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    That's genius....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtBone View Post
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    Usually they will leave me a hidden splice that leaks or flipped drain lines or I have to go on a great hunt to find the tstat wire. And the boss man wonders why I take so long on start ups.
    Are there 4 or JUST 2 !

    Also I like the straight secondary drain to suck air....
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    They are just recycling.


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    They recycled. Most probably would have just thrown perfectly good buckets away.

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    Just when I thought I had seen it all from our installers

    You beat me to it Qwerty

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    Quote Originally Posted by socotech View Post
    You beat me to it Qwerty
    To funny!


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    Its just 2 buckets. For as many buckets of mastic I see in the trash pile at job sites they leave a lot of tape w/o mastic on it. I almost knocked the whole thing over trying to punch the knockout to wire the unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SgtBone View Post
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    Usually they will leave me a hidden splice that leaks or flipped drain lines or I have to go on a great hunt to find the tstat wire. And the boss man wonders why I take so long on start ups.
    haha. That was my experience when I worked for the company in town with a raeford road address. the 'start up' guy is usually the 'correct all the screwups' guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by behappy View Post

    Also I like the straight secondary drain to suck air....
    acts as a vacuum for keeping dust out of the pan .....duh

    As for the buckets , they will certainly outlast that air handler

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    That's amazing. lol

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    Looks bad all the way around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snapperhead View Post
    acts as a vacuum for keeping dust out of the pan .....duh

    As for the buckets , they will certainly outlast that air handler
    hee,hee, that's right, in a few years when they have to replace it, the installers can re-use those buckets, cause they'll still be like brand new...

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