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    Exclamation Air Conditioner Disconnect Fire & Insurance Claims

    R22 is Out of Here !

    Save so Much Money in Electric Bills - Worth Upgrading ..

    New Equipment - I'd look at the SEER 25 MayTag 100% Variable
    New Type of Motor have been used in Europe & Asia .


    Now there have been a Lot of Brown Outs happening and the Electrical Companies - have Not Mentioned anything . .
    I Wonder Y ? Doesn't have anything to do with Burning Up Refrigeration Motors or A/C Units - Now does It !
    Haa - sure does ..

    They don't want the Home Owners - showing up in Forcing putting Claims on them - They will sure Help You File a Claim
    Against Your Company Thou - By Stating Lighting Hit the Power Grid or Took Out a Transformer ..

    Brown Outs cause Fires . .( Over Heating Equipment ) with High Amp Loads as the Equipment just wants to Keep Running .
    That's On Them ..

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    Hmm..just a little rant?
    It's hard to tell. I suspect English is not your first language?
    "If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you are doing." ~ W. Edwards Deming

    All those who wander..are not lost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lions_lair View Post
    Hmm..just a little rant?
    It's hard to tell. I suspect English is not your first language?
    Hmnn Regular guest

    This post sure sounds like spam advertisement...

    SEER 25 MayTag 100% Variable

    Or I am completely missing what the OP is trying to tell us...
    "I never lie because I don't fear anyone. You only lie when you're afraid." - John Gotti

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    I can't tell either.
    "If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you are doing." ~ W. Edwards Deming

    All those who wander..are not lost.

    Do NOT..mistake my kindness for weakness.

    The early bird may get the worm..but the second mouse gets the cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lions_lair View Post
    Hmm..just a little rant?
    It's hard to tell. I suspect English is not your first language?
    Nip it in the bud.
    AOP Rules: Rules For Equipment Owners.

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    It's = contraction of it is. Its = the possessive form of it
    Too = also. To = expressing motion. Two = 2
    Then = after that, next. Than = indicates a comparison.
    Questions should end with a question mark "?" Statements end with a period "."

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    Seems everyone Here always comes up with it's a Loose Connection in regards to a Fire in one of these A/C Units . .

    I also Realize , If You inform the Home Owner to Call the Electric Co's Insurance Comp - You'd soon be Out of Business . .

    Brown Outs Happen a lot more then We all Think they do .

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    Quote Originally Posted by QualityAssure View Post
    Seems everyone Here always comes up with it's a Loose Connection in regards to a Fire in one of these A/C Units . .

    I also Realize , If You inform the Home Owner to Call the Electric Co's Insurance Comp - You'd soon be Out of Business . .

    Brown Outs Happen a lot more then We all Think they do .
    I doubt that sincerely .. if my diagnosis is a loose connection in a disconnect and all physical evidence points to said loose connection I will tell the home owner or the insurance company exactly what I think..

    To imply they have control over my business or I have some kind of fear to tell them about some mysterious brown out I cannot detect or prove is absurd.

    If I don't know I simply say I don't know..

    Now if I claim is some mysterious brown out that I have no clue even happened or can have any way to prove or suspect this happened I would simply be grasping at straws..

    I still having issues understanding your post or intent in this thread but willing to post my opinion..

    I ain't buying any SEER 25 MayTag 100% Variable or telling anyone it was some mysterious brown out for some homeowners insurance claim either.
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    And what pray tell has it got to do with R22?
    Quote Originally Posted by lions_lair View Post
    Hmm..just a little rant?
    It's hard to tell. I suspect English is not your first language?

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    The o.p. makes even less sense than coolperfect. If that's even possible.
    "If you can’t describe what you are doing as a process, you don’t know what you are doing." ~ W. Edwards Deming

    All those who wander..are not lost.

    Do NOT..mistake my kindness for weakness.

    The early bird may get the worm..but the second mouse gets the cheese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lions_lair View Post
    The o.p. makes even less sense than coolperfect. If that's even possible.
    Your the one that is answering him! So again your buttons are pushed!

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    First Up R22 is On the Way Out - Pretty much everyone Knows this ..

    Second , If a Good Appliance Person and Or A/C Guy is starting to see a lot ( Burnt Wires ) or ( Burn Outs ) of Customer Equipment
    in a Certain Area _ He soon Knows there were or Currently are Issues in Area Electrical Issues - Unless it was a Direct Hit from Lighting . Customer's side of the Transformer . If it's the Other side of the Transformer or Main Line down the Rd. several Homes will Generally have Issues .

    Good Experience A/C Guy will Know the Difference ..

    When Electrical Company's do a Lousy switch Over from Hydro to Other - It can Effect Miles or half a County of Customers _ the Phones start Ringing
    Off the Wall .. !

    There can be 4 different type of Electrical Surges .
    Then there is Peak Demand in Hot Weather - causing Brown Outs .. ( Electrical Co isn't Ready for Demand )

    All 5 Cases above Could be Electrical Company's Insurance Co - Not Yours ! Doing the Pay Out !
    All 5 Cases above Cause Wiring to Loosen ..

    WIRES _ DON'T LOOSEN _ ALL ON _THERE OWN - PERIOD !


    All of the above cases will Cause Electrical Wiring to Loosen Up Over a Period of Time !

    Most don't see any Loose Wiring Connections 6-8 yrs. of repeated Hits & Issues BUT Insurance Company's will try to Wiggle Out from this .
    In order for the Home Owner to Protect Him & Her Self - Connections - Should be Checked every Yr. in Writing so They are Covered . .
    If they need to File a Claim with the Electrical Co . __ They have Proof !

    Their Meter & Bow and A/C Switch were all Good to Go !

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    Is someone having issues with insurance?

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