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    New install

    This hurts my eyes


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    Are those ball valves on the suction lines?

    "Hey boss, you told me to install those traps in the suction line didn't ya?"

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    Guess their not big fans of hard pipe.

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    Yea you always install the hoops upside down , and wayyy up on the roof , to help prevent too much oil getting back to compressor

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    Nope no ball valves. I like how they didn’t even attempt to insulate what ever the hell those are supposed to be lol


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    Found the next remote condesner


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    Cant even access the compressor compartment on 2 units without removing the venting.




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    Quote Originally Posted by GoCougs View Post
    Cant even access the compressor compartment on 2 units without removing the venting.




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    While that seems crappy, it looks factory. Do you blame the installer or the MFR?
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    I wouldn't think a manufacturer would block a service door.

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    I am betting the " vent pipe " was not to be installed : and was added because of another problem

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    Used to take care of a county building with ~75 trane gaspack with those SS chimneys, they were a pain but the building had parapet walls shorter than the units in a very windy part of the valley and could get rollout if a decent breeze came in

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