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Old 01-22-2012, 05:09 AM   #1
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I wanted to thank all the members here who post regularly to address the numerous queries from people seeking advice on their HVAC issues. I went back several weeks looking at allot of the threads and am impressed that a dedicated and regular group of responders try to address everybody's questions

You certainly educated me on something I take for granted and saved me some money. It does not go unnoticed that you take time away from your work and personal time to help others online where by offering your advice, it may potentially allow a homeowner to self diagnose and address minor issues ie cleaning a flame sensor whereby he/she will not call upon your professional services by hiring a tech out.... Potentially money out of your pockets

Thanks again to everybody contributing in this great community!

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Old 01-22-2012, 05:38 AM   #2
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I wanted to thank all the members here who post regularly to address the numerous queries from people seeking advice on their HVAC issues. I went back several weeks looking at allot of the threads and am impressed that a dedicated and regular group of responders try to address everybody's questions

You certainly educated me on something I take for granted and saved me some money. It does not go unnoticed that you take time away from your work and personal time to help others online where by offering your advice, it may potentially allow a homeowner to self diagnose and address minor issues ie cleaning a flame sensor whereby he/she will not call upon your professional services by hiring a tech out.... Potentially money out of your pockets

Thanks again to everybody contributing in this great community!
Nice post. Don't forget that there are pros here that offer help and we're in business to make money and support our families and well being. Its not a crime to make a profit, your boss does
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Old 01-22-2012, 09:26 AM   #3
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Old 01-22-2012, 10:07 AM   #4
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Pay it Forward and Help others,

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Old 01-22-2012, 10:11 AM   #5
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thanks to all for the information. Thank you all for alerting people of the dangers of the heating and cooling systems. Thanks for all the repair advise.

thanks for being nice people willing to help others.
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Old 01-22-2012, 11:14 AM   #6
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Old 01-22-2012, 11:17 AM   #7
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Old 01-22-2012, 01:40 PM   #8
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My wife doesn't understand why I'd prefer to "type to my imaginary friends" over watching "just say yes to the dress" with her.
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Old 01-22-2012, 02:11 PM   #9
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Sounds like you need a "man cave" to hide out in. no O network either.
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Yuri that man cave looks kinda round. How far north are you?


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as you can see my suggested man cave is round and fits nicely/accurately in my round abode.

the front part is where my better half does the cookin.
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Yuri's quote..
the front part is where my better half does the cookin.

I do believe the only ligitamite way to heat that kind of domicile is with a lot of friction. Just more canucks makin friends with the cold.
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Yuri that man cave looks kinda round. How far north are you?







So far North this guy is my neighbor.
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I wanted to thank all the members here who post regularly to address the numerous queries from people seeking advice on their HVAC issues. I went back several weeks looking at allot of the threads and am impressed that a dedicated and regular group of responders try to address everybody's questions

You certainly educated me on something I take for granted and saved me some money. It does not go unnoticed that you take time away from your work and personal time to help others online where by offering your advice, it may potentially allow a homeowner to self diagnose and address minor issues ie cleaning a flame sensor whereby he/she will not call upon your professional services by hiring a tech out.... Potentially money out of your pockets

Thanks again to everybody contributing in this great community!
Personally I do this out of love and a deep passion for what has been my life.......it's not about the money as much as its about being needed. Thank You for giving me/us the opportunity to help you.
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Ihave not been here as long as some but i to want to say thanks to all you guys and girls you have given up there time to help out others.. as harley said this has been the passion of my life too and i get great joy helping others ...thanks for letting me be part of an awesome site.... ben

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