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Old 01-27-2009, 07:28 PM   #1
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where can i get one?

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An IRS D-1 Form?
http://www.irs.gov/pub/irs-pdf/f1040sd1.pdf

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Old 01-28-2009, 07:35 AM   #3
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I believe he was refering to the paper form for doing TEL, and FR for duct design.
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I believe he was refering to the paper form for doing TEL, and FR for duct design.
Got it. Way out of my element there.
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yes i was
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You can order them through the ACCA web site.
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Here's a link...

http://www.mechanicalinspector.com/P...der%20Form.pdf
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does anyone have a blank one they can fax me?

thats a cool link though, i may purchase their manual j and d. i have been studying the manual d from the library, but its the 1984 version, does it still apply?
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I have all of the manuals. But as with any pro, this puts food on my table. Plus, I bought mine with site licenses, so I'd be breaking the rules.

You can't fork over $50 and do it legitimately?
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Only 30 bucks for a 10 pack.

And yes, the 1984 edition, is still good.
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i would fork over the fifty to buy manual j if it contains all the information to do a proper load calculation ?(which i assume it does because thats the manual used for calculating loads). but the blank D-1 forms, idk, im sure i can find them somewhere for free online. i found some free load calc programs too, im gonna try them later today.
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The Manual D form, is copyright material.

You won't find it for free legally.
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so are all the cd's i download and burn. you just have to know where to look. its all about the interwebs man! i may be able to find it on a blog somewhere.
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so are all the cd's i download and burn. you just have to know where to look. its all about the interwebs man! i may be able to find it on a blog somewhere.
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I have all of the manuals. But as with any pro, this puts food on my table. Plus, I bought mine with site licenses, so I'd be breaking the rules.

You can't fork over $50 and do it legitimately?


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