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  1. #1
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    Local guy advertising on the online flee market..

    maybe the cinder blocks are for good drainage? (it hardly rains down here) extra length on wire whip in case they need to move it, no clearance on the left side of unit, please take care of your temp clamps.. and a window unit in case it doesn't cool
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    Is he registered with TDLR?

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    Some one was to lazy or did not have the proper cutter to cut the whip to the proper lenth? was the window unit installed before the condenser?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    Some one was to lazy or did not have the proper cutter to cut the whip to the proper lenth? was the window unit installed before the condenser?
    its an electric condensate trap. the regular manual condensate traps are "so yesterday"
    Don't step on my favorite part of the Constitution just to point out your favorite part.

    Political Correctness is forced on you because you have forgotten decency.

    Technically speaking, they are all heat pumps.

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    His gauges cost more than the unit and his education.

  6. #6
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    long electrical whip incase the crack heads leave some for next time, and block mean less strain on the back so hopefully they don't hurt their back stealing it a sue

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