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Old 06-05-2012, 06:05 PM   #1
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it's a little warm in texas :)


hi all! i work at an apartment complex and we do all our own hvac work. i am an ojt-er and with the help of the net i've learned how to put a fixin on our heat pumps. i started this second career 3 years ago and i really enjoy the challenge. i look forward to learning more and sharing my meager experience with others where i can.

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