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  1. #1
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    Confused--moderator

    Looking for help on a replacement board 11074205. Certified HVAC contractor. Got answer to "troubleshoot". Already done. Is this the type of support you provide?
    If you do not want to help people, you should not invite them to your site. Why did you close my post?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charles Davis View Post
    Looking for help on a replacement board 11074205. Certified HVAC contractor. Got answer to "troubleshoot". Already done. Is this the type of support you provide?
    If you do not want to help people, you should not invite them to your site. Why did you close my post?
    We did not invite you. You joined a non DIY Sitr.
    I’m still not convinced the board is bad.

  3. #3
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    Your profile says you are a homeowner, not a contractor. Site rules clearly state that DIY is not supported.

    What do you mean by “invite?” Did you get an email or a phone call? Of course not! You searched online and found the site and convinced yourself the rules don’t apply TO YOU! Now your feelings are hurt because the rules have been applied.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pecmsg View Post
    We did not invite you. You joined a non DIY Sitr.
    I’m still not convinced the board is bad.
    Third time. I will stop. 40 plus years experience in A/C. Board is bad. Looked for help finding a part number.
    Guess this is too hard for you to understand. Keep up the great work.

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    I know of several replacement boards. What’s you problem.

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