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Old 04-01-2006, 07:25 AM   #1
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Furnace Replacement


This was a oil replacement and a/c add on.what do you think?
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Old 10-24-2006, 09:35 PM   #2
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looks like you really freed up some room in their basement... did you have fun getting the old stuff up out of there? sawzall?

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Good work, nothing like an install gone great! good job.
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Nice clean job. Gotta love those old oil burners....
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they did okay work...heck u would have got alittle cleaner job...after my install ever hole around u duck...were ur a/c lines enter would be sealed, my pump wire would wire a box...if u get any water...return air should be different...always an elbow will bring u more return airflow back towards the furnace...not bad for the sheet metal, but the little things takes that extra 20mins.
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It looks really nice, but did you do anything with the cord for the condensate pump? I just think that the cord shouldn't be flopping around.
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Granted, it's an old post. The final product looks sharp. the plug thing, well, yeah. On the "next time" list would to be to wire an double gang box (switch & Outlet) either on that wall, or someplace fairly convenient for the pump. I also would prefer to set the furnace on an a/c pad. But, I think the metal looks sharp and, for what it's worth, give him kudos.

Buh-Dang that sure is a large furnace? What was this a clearance sale special?
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My wholesaler sells little self sticking squares so you can put a zip tie through it--they really help cleaning t- stat wire and stuff like this up! I think there is a Keller Supply in Idaho--thats where I go in Washington

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