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  1. #27
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    did it one time myself, in crawlspace, and dropped the drill. was screwed to duct and was streching to reach the drill, thought "hope nobody comes down here right now and sees this". would be laughing pretty hard.

    only did that once, hit by flourscent ballast one time, hit by oil burner transformer one time. funny how that math works out. do not plan on the nail gun, ever.
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    I read this the other day and thought , that guy really ought to be more careful , then yesterday ran screw into my index finger . Even after reading the warning . At least it wasn’t deep enough to have to back it out

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    One week ago I was getting my mail from rusty ass mailbox , it’s bubbled on inside and I reached my hand in there without looking and ran a rusty flake of metal under my finger nail . Does anybody remember the old SNL sketch with Billy Crystal and Christopher Guest ? The “ I hate it when that happens “ brothers

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    Quote Originally Posted by gzone53 View Post
    One week ago I was getting my mail from rusty ass mailbox , it’s bubbled on inside and I reached my hand in there without looking and ran a rusty flake of metal under my finger nail . Does anybody remember the old SNL sketch with Billy Crystal and Christopher Guest ? The “ I hate it when that happens “ brothers
    anything under the finger nail, is torture once i got a splinter about half inch long by quarter inch wide under my nail.
    Sent from the van with the a/c on.

  5. #31
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    Been there, done that... too many times...
    One learns to not be in a hurry... grin

    Shot a framing nail into my hand a few times over the years...
    When I was a remodeler, before HVAC/R...

    Hurts... however one gets over it.

    This is meant as humor:
    If my body can get over multiple screw and nail piercings...
    It should be able to handle a virus... grin!
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    *Installation is more important than the brand of equipment
    *The duct system keeps the house comfortable; the equipment only heats and cools (and dehumidifies)
    *Cheap is not good, good is not cheap; however expensive is not a guarantee of quality!
    Choose your contractor wisely!

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