and here come the flames , i stand by my statement
they arent junkitrol anymore , but im not gonna waste my breath trying to
convince the masses ,
bottom line , you make more money selling trane ,dontcha ?
lets go back about five years ?
goodman was a janitrol spinoff line , right ?
lot;s of problem, poor designs , ill never forget the old gmp-series
multi positon piece of shit , no doubt , i doubt theres one of em left in
but then they seemed to get a clue , started getting away from the whiz bang ,
tahnk you maa'm method of construction , like i said earlier
they are getting better , better steel, tighter lines , better controls
i can't say that ive had one leaky evap yet , but , i'll grant you that i may
have one i need to look at next week , jury is still out ------
ive made a good and honest living installing this stuff , and ive got hundreds
of happy customers ,
get over it boy's ,goodman is here , cuz its fairly good stuff
its reasonably priced , and its easy and quick to repair
and your customer's arent left feeling like youve fucked em up the ass
whens the last time you paid for a fan control board for a lennox
only to pass on your markup , and wound up charging 4 to 5 hundred dollars for
when was the last time you took a good look at one ?
or even installed one ? ill bet it's been a while
I still have GMP in service in *MY* home... its noisy as hell. The only
problem I have had with it is that the board failed twice in 11 years. I
*had* a Goodman condenser that after 4 years blew the terminals out of the
side of the compressor.....It was replaced with a Rheem RAMB condenser.
FWIW, I have a couple of customers that still have Goodman equipment, most
are looking at replacement in the near future.
FWIW; I've installed many different brands. And they all have their
The worst is the propietary boards from "we all know who." You are all
But you have to admit, the Goodman warranty [not an add on warranty] is the
best being offered right now. And Goodman's A+ dealers are paid their
street rate on the warranty repairs. That's not a bad deal.
To be honest, I've found *most* refrigerant leaks in the evaporators.
What's up I think is that the manufacture's only need to provide 150 psig
bursting. [Except for the R-410 coils]. So the copper *is* thinner.
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