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    Poor guy doesn’t stand a chance.




    They don’t like hearing it was the wrong unit from day one so we just keep putting parts in.

    I just did a new blower wheel. But looks like a board, and blower have been done before. Can’t tell if the inducer is new or not.

    Wrong size filter and wrong size vent to boot.


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    What's up with the pvc exhaust/intake on the right? Looks cockeyed and open space where it meets the furnace

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    Quote Originally Posted by 406Tinner View Post
    What's up with the pvc exhaust/intake on the right? Looks cockeyed and open space where it meets the furnace
    They cockeyed it to get around their lack of a bender for the cockeyed refrigeration lines.
    ..or maybe vice versa. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BALloyd View Post
    They cockeyed it to get around their lack of a bender for the cockeyed refrigeration lines.
    ..or maybe vice versa. Lol

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    Lol.. one of those customers that has issues, won't accept your 'this is wrong and that's why your having so many issues, here's a quote to fix all of that' and they just act like your stupid because it's always been that way? Those are my favorite

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    I hope it was thier first AND last install ! That is a text book list of things NOT to do !

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    Quote Originally Posted by 406Tinner View Post
    Lol.. one of those customers that has issues, won't accept your 'this is wrong and that's why your having so many issues, here's a quote to fix all of that' and they just act like your stupid because it's always been that way? Those are my favorite
    It has worked like this for years they said.

    Well why did you even call me you said.

    Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by 406Tinner View Post
    What's up with the pvc exhaust/intake on the right? Looks cockeyed and open space where it meets the furnace
    Looks like they had the intake/exhaust backwards. And that was the easiest ugliest way to fix it, so that's what they did.

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    Least the drip leg on the gas line is in the correct position

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHILLERSVCMAN View Post
    I hope it was thier first AND last install ! That is a text book list of things NOT to do !
    There is a general contractor that does multi family house from the east coast to the Mississippi. This company does a bunch of them.

    I found out my sheet metal shop makes metal for all their jobs in this area. They joked that they only make what is drawn they don’t install it.


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