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Thread: Outdoor Cooling ..Are you freakin kiddin me???

  1. #21
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    Two positives i see about it: it looks like hard pipe rather than flex, and it’s not a Goodman 😁

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    It looks like a Miller to me

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    I guess Nordyne is making slim package units now?

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    i love the live outlets on the ground next the condenser unit
    would not work on that in the rain for sure would liven you up in a way you pefer not to be

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    i love the live outlets on the ground next the condenser unit
    would not work on that in the rain for sure would liven you up in a way you pefer not to be
    “Dyin’ ain’t much of a livin’.”


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    I used to work at a chemical plant....one of the 480 volt refrigeration condensers sat up on a concrete pad, with the electrical panel about 3' from a steel building. you had to lean against the building to look down in the panel, and when it rained there was a large puddle of water, about an inch deep right in front of the access panel.

    One day I went to do a PM, I walked up to the unit, and it was like a voice in my head said, "Yeeesssss, come stand in the puddle of death!!"

    that one didn't get touched that day! LOL!!

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    good idea its why you are alive to day

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bazooka Joey View Post
    Who knows what the history on that system is, maybe it’s been pretty troublefree for years...
    I'm sure it's zero maintenance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 6010fd12 View Post
    I'm sure it's zero maintenance.
    Zero maintenance and pretty much troublefree for years?, If so I’ll have to install one in my residence that looks exactly like that unit, brand should not matter as its all in the install..

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    I just wanna know what happened to the room... roof fail, caused walls to topple?
    The TRUE highest cost system is the system not installed properly...

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    you and the rest of us would love to know
    i am with you i suspect the roof caved in and the walls went with it maby to much snow on the poorly built roof maby the op can tell us

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