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    Weld of shame

    The picture says it all.


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    Ha, I keep those coupler in stock on my truck also!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Looks like it’s been like that for a while, takes a lickin the Goodman/Copeland keeps on tickin...if the equipment failed early in its life, the manufacturers gets the blame.

    Heat Pump or straight A/C

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    Looks like he was scraping the bottom of the bucket of scrap copper...

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    But the question is does it leak?



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    Quote Originally Posted by jbhenergy View Post
    But the question is does it leak?



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    OR...

    Does it leak yet...

    As with all those joints and chicken scratch welding...

    It may be more a question of when, rather than if...
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    Best Goodman installation I have seen yet.

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    No drain trap.

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    That is just capacity control for the oversized AC to get longer run times.
    Quote Originally Posted by ksefan View Post
    No drain trap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paul1981 View Post
    The picture says it all.


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    Installer1: shit were short on copper, we got to wait for more to be brought out
    Installer2: it’s 2:00 I got something that will work 🤣

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    Refrigerant equalizer? LOL, that is one buggered job. Wow!

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    Looks good from my house regardless of the 10 brazing rods globbed on and the pipe sizes are immaculate and the quality of this gem is fantastic I call this a day gone perfect.

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    surprised no shark fin reducers.
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