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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by GoCougs View Post
    Plus this is my first winter (my 3rd total) that I will have a combustion analyzer, which will make me much more confident in my endeavors
    Congrats on taking that step to being a better heating tech. I'm looking forward to hearing about your combustion experiences.

    Any questions, comments, considerations, or complaints are welcome.

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    Instead of learning the tricks of the trade, learn the trade.

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    I’ve been to a couple of Boiler/burner schools. Combustion collage by Webster far best. Always stay under 100 on co and typically you can find what manufacture wants on O2 Stack temp overdraft and all that good stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wvlungbuster View Post
    I’ve been to a couple of Boiler/burner schools. Combustion collage by Webster far best. Always stay under 100 on co and typically you can find what manufacture wants on O2 Stack temp overdraft and all that good stuff.
    Been to a few too and agreed the Webster class was awesome. most of Webster guys came from now defunct Gordon Piatt factory, great group of fellas, they really went above and beyond.
    There is not better place for the working men than the union! 100% UA the only HVAC union!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rundawg View Post
    Congrats on taking that step to being a better heating tech. I'm looking forward to hearing about your combustion experiences.

    Any questions, comments, considerations, or complaints are welcome.

    All I ask is you post your questions in the "PRO" forum.
    rundawg, thank you for the professionalism you constantly display, you are a true asset to this website

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacskills View Post
    rundawg, thank you for the professionalism you constantly display, you are a true asset to this website
    Instead of learning the tricks of the trade, learn the trade.

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