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    Quote Originally Posted by pageyjim View Post
    It obviously seemed very important to you. It actually is a thread about critique and praise, I offered both. If you were serious about your past posts you should thank me.
    your post was an attack you know it as well as I do otherwise you would not have dug up a few posts in ARP that were completely irrelevant to this thread

    now, are you finished ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacskills View Post
    what you consider ' poor work ' is completely irrelevant to me .....

    obviously ruffled your feathers for some reason that has nothing to do with this thread, huh ? must be if you go to ARP and dig up a few posts ...... no need to carry on in a regular forum that is not what regular forums are for ....

    and ' hypocritical ' would be knowingly doing something contrary to what someone says, perhaps you should learn the definition of the word
    Is a furnace supposed to be on it's own circuit by itself? What good is doing that when a homeowner has a handy outlet for a power tool or maybe a sump pump or something when an installer leaves an extra outlet?
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    Quote Originally Posted by pageyjim View Post
    Is a furnace supposed to be on it's own circuit by itself? What good is doing that when a homeowner has a handy outlet for a power tool or maybe a sump pump or something when an installer leaves an extra outlet?
    I am more concerned about why you felt the need to go to ARP and dig up a few posts and put them in this thread, what exactly was that about ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacskills View Post
    I am more concerned about why you felt the need to go to ARP and dig up a few posts and put them in this thread, what exactly was that about ?
    It seems to be something that is very important to you. Why are you afraid of your own words?

    I am more concerned with people getting their money's worth and not getting in a worse situation for no other reason than a furnace installer not doing a proper job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pageyjim View Post
    It seems to be something that is very important to you. Why are you afraid of your own words?
    you obviously are ' trolling ' and trying to start trouble, there would absolutely be no reason for you to dig up threads from ARP and post them in this thread otherwise

    are we done here ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacskills View Post
    you obviously are ' trolling ' and trying to start trouble, are we done here ?
    I was finished but that remains to be seen.
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    some people are done in life before they ever get started
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." (hvacrskills)


    II CORINTHIANS 3:6

    “Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.”

    the spirit of the law

    The intended meaning of a law by those who wrote it, as opposed to a literal interpretation thereof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pageyjim View Post
    Is a furnace supposed to be on it's own circuit by itself? What good is doing that when a homeowner has a handy outlet for a power tool or maybe a sump pump or something when an installer leaves an extra outlet?
    gave this some thought .... I see nothing wrong with having an outlet along with the outlet for the pump on the side of the furnace, actually it is a convenient place to plug in a ShopVac to vacuum out the furnace or a charger to charge a battery ... it is no different than the home owner plugging a power tool into an outlet anywhere else in the house that may be on the same circuit as another appliance or something else, common sense applies here ... also, it is obvious the outlet is most likely on the same circuit as the furnace, so again, common sense applies

    if you think the home owner is not expected to use common sense then it would be code for every outlet in the entire house to be on its own circuit
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    II CORINTHIANS 3:6

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    the spirit of the law

    The intended meaning of a law by those who wrote it, as opposed to a literal interpretation thereof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacskills View Post
    gave this some thought .... I see nothing wrong with having an outlet along with the outlet for the pump on the side of the furnace, actually it is a convenient place to plug in a ShopVac to vacuum out the furnace or a charger to charge a battery ... it is no different than the home owner plugging a power tool into an outlet anywhere else in the house that may be on the same circuit as another appliance or something else, common sense applies here ... also, it is obvious the outlet is most likely on the same circuit as the furnace, so again, common sense applies

    if you think the home owner is not expected to use common sense then it would be code for every outlet in the entire house to be on its own circuit

    The pump is considered part of the furnace. Speaking of the condensate pump is there a reason you did not wire in the safety switch on it? I am curious if you did wire it in what would you decide to shut down. Is there a reason you did not change the condensate pump tubing?

    You just gave it some thought?

    Common sense lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pageyjim View Post
    The pump is considered part of the furnace. Speaking of the condensate pump is there a reason you did not wire in the safety switch on it? I am curious if you did wire it in what would you decide to shut down. Is there a reason you did not change the condensate pump tubing?

    You just gave it some thought?

    Common sense lol.
    this thread is no longer a concern of yours troll
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    “Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.”

    the spirit of the law

    The intended meaning of a law by those who wrote it, as opposed to a literal interpretation thereof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacskills View Post
    this thread is no longer a concern of yours troll
    Was it too easy just not to hook up the safety switch and replace the tubing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by troll View Post
    Was it too easy just not to hook up the safety switch and replace the tubing?
    no troll, the customer did not want to spend the money to replace the condensate pump or the tubing, and since the furnace is located in the basement the homeowner decided she would rather have the condensate leak on the basement floor rather than to be without heat or AC ... as if any of this is your business anyhow troll
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." (hvacrskills)


    II CORINTHIANS 3:6

    “Who also hath made us able ministers of the new testament; not of the letter, but of the spirit: for the letter killeth, but the spirit giveth life.”

    the spirit of the law

    The intended meaning of a law by those who wrote it, as opposed to a literal interpretation thereof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacskills View Post
    no troll, the customer did not want to spend the money to replace the condensate pump or the tubing, and since the furnace is located in the basement the homeowner decided she would rather have the condensate leak on the basement floor rather than to be without heat or AC ... as if any of this is your business anyhow troll
    Why would she be without heat? The only way that would happen is if you interrupted R or W and I don't know why you would do that. At least you answered one question and I had a feeling that was the answer.
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