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    Quote Originally Posted by rjk_cmh View Post
    It's a mezzanine that we built as a mechanical room, the attic is above it. The ceilings in this place are 15'6" and we put the mezzanine above the bathrooms. It has 6' of space so I can stand up without crouching.

    We're all volunteering on this project on Saturdays so there's no $$$, just a nice new school for our kids.


    That's Outstanding Rjk!!!!!
    Hos 4:6 My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge. Because you have rejected knowledge, I will also reject you, that you may be no priest to me. Because you have forgotten your Gods law, I will also forget your children.


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    Just deleted this ductopus!

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    Nice to see tape instead of wire ties on the line sets!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjk_cmh View Post

    We're all volunteering on this project on Saturdays so there's no $$$, just a nice new school for our kids.
    OMG! Dont tell that new guy we have on here! He'll go ape over that...

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    We re-used some holes in the block for some ductwork, that's why it's comically oversized

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    Dude.... That almost gives me a chub. Lol.

    Nice work

    Sent from my XT1710-02 using Tapatalk

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    I figured the next guy would be me, so I'm trying to make it as easy as possible with the extra notes and info here and there.



    Got 4 out of 6 units connected charged and running yesterday, next week will finish the other 2 and then work on controls.

    This last one had a bend in the wrong spot at the top of the soffit, so I had to do a wonky correction at the bottom.

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    Work is very nice but that tag with the lineset length won't last. Get yourself a $20 Brother label maker and some labels and you will make it look crisp and tidy.

    Sent from my SM-N910W8 using Tapatalk

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    Quote Originally Posted by BALloyd View Post
    Work is very nice but that tag with the lineset length won't last. Get yourself a $20 Brother label maker and some labels and you will make it look crisp and tidy.

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    I figure it should last longer inside the electrical cover, but point taken - I need to research some durable label types to do it properly. I have a cheap label maker, but it prints on paper labels that dissolve over time from just humidity.

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    Get a Brother Labeler that uses the TZE labels. While the regular labels are fine, get the ones in the red package with the extra strength adhesive.

    One example

    https://www.brother-usa.com/products/TZES231

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    I broke out the labelmaker as I started wiring up the controls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rjk_cmh View Post
    I broke out the labelmaker as I started wiring up the controls.
    What is that under the EIM? With the clear tubing, maybe its a smoke detector Im not familiar with.
    There are two ways to do things, Right and Again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shavedneon View Post
    What is that under the EIM? With the clear tubing, maybe its a smoke detector Im not familiar with.
    Differential pressure sensor that trips when the filter is clogged. Sends me a notification by email through the EIM.

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