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  1. #1
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    MacGyver was here

    Ran into this the other day.

    At first glance, it looks like someone placed an old junk stereo amp on top the return plenum and filter rack.

    Then.... I noticed it was connected to the system. The transformer in the old amp connects to the ancient zone controller.

    Apparently it has been working fine for years.
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  2. #2
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    Looks like an old simple two zone system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sammyray View Post
    Looks like an old simple two zone system.
    Yeah but this one goes to eleven!

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    If it works, it works ����*♂️

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    Quote Originally Posted by samtheman View Post
    Yeah but this one goes to eleven!
    WOW!

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    “I’m an electrical engineer so I...”

    SIGH

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    as long as it works for them its all that matters maby when it gives up the ghost you can sell them a new zone controller

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