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Old 03-11-2009, 06:47 PM   #1
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thanks for looking at my thread. i was wondering what tools i needed to do pms on system this summer thanks. please provide a list if possible.

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Old 03-11-2009, 07:46 PM   #2
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If I have to tell you what tools you need.

Then you don't know how to use those tools.

Or, what to do on a PM.

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Old 03-11-2009, 07:50 PM   #3
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Those R22 hoses don't work so well on a hot day with 410. Kaboom and another blind tech.
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Old 03-11-2009, 08:15 PM   #4
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If I have to tell you what tools you need.

Then you don't know how to use those tools.

Or, what to do on a PM.
i dont mean to bust you bubble buddy but i know how to use the tools and i know how to do pm's very well. thanks for the insight next time i'll make sure i'll add "insight from wise guys needed" in my thread title. thanks for ......... nothing
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A can of PB blaster, a phillips screwdriver, and a 3 lb. hammer is usually all I need.
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Old 03-11-2009, 08:27 PM   #6
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What tasks do you perform with just those tools?
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Old 03-11-2009, 08:35 PM   #7
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i dont mean to bust you bubble buddy but i know how to use the tools and i know how to do pm's very well. thanks for the insight next time i'll make sure i'll add "insight from wise guys needed" in my thread title. thanks for ......... nothing
Well buddy.
If you know how to do PMs.
Then you sure should know what tools you need.

And not need to ask what tools you need to do PMs.
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What tasks do you perform with just those tools?
I'm in a good mood so I'll offer you some help here.

Repeat after me:
Hi, I'm "insert name here." I am interested in doing preventative maintenance on "insert name of systems here." I have "insert past experiences here." I have a basic understanding of what to do, but am wondering if there were any specialized tools that I may need to properly do this work. Thank you.

Try that and see if you can get anywhere.
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Well actually buddy I was just curious to what tools you use in the field to do pms that's thanks for the reply. You are very helpful. Have a bless day and may jesus, allah, buddah, satan or whomever be with u buddy.if u can't answer the question then please do not reply. This thread is for insight not petty unprofessional sarcasim. Once again thanks for nothing. Peace
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Try using jerryh3's advise if you want help.

You sound like some guy that wants to start doing PM's(on the side) and have very little back ground in service.

You aren't about to go out and buy the same tools I use.
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The first two tools I have and never leave home with out them are,

1. $1,000,000 General liability insurance
2. Master Plumber/Master Mechanical License
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Can you please more specific as to what systems you are referring to.
Central Air
Window shakers
Hydronic heating, Boilers
Gas, Oil equipment
Refrigeration
???????????????????????????
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And another happy customer in Mwells7 leaves our midst....

Wow. He got some pretty polite answers for being such rude dude. Hope he finds Hvac-Talk
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Can you please more specific as to what systems you are referring to.
Central Air Yep
Window shakers Not if I can help it
Hydronic heating, Boilers Yep
Gas, Yep, Oil equipment Yep
Refrigeration Yep
???????????????????????????

You forgot heat pumps and high and low pressure chillers.

Personally. I don't touch low pressure chillers.

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When I inquired about the equipment MWELLS7 was working on it was to help him. I didn't ask you what equipment you work on I was asking the guy who started it MWELLS7. I could care less what you work on.
I didn't forget anything I work on everything mentioned and some, Ha Ha
I'm also a certified Heat Pump mechanic RSES.
And I've beenthere

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