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    I'm newbie here

    Hi everyone, I'm newbie here and also freshman in HVAC industry. Hope to know more friends in this forum and learn things here.

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    Welcome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CEAS-AC-TECH View Post
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    Thanks

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    Welcome to all newbees. It is always great to have new faces/name on board.

    We will try to teach you what we know all we ask in return is have a thick skin and don't get offended just because one or several of us are a bit less tactful than we should be. Don't take it personal, it is usually done to get a point across and that point generally has to do with something you did that could have bad consequences. If you think we have been harsh just remember that the same lesson learned in the field can be even more harsh.

    One more thing, if you come with a specific problem on a specific unit bring all the data you can get. Too often guys come on here with - A/C not cooling, pressures fine, air flow good, coil ok, no make/model/serial. Some of the guys on here are very good but I doubt any of them are that good. So bring temps, pressures, SH/SC, electrical readings, any readings, measurements, etc that may be helpful. Often times that one piece you don't get is the piece of the puzzle needed for your answer.

    Enjoy the site.

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