Glad you got your choke fixed. I've had one or two cases where I put
something back together in the wrong order, and had to go back and redo it.
Kind of thing happens to everyone.
Wonder if the fellow ever did get his furnace fixed?
Well, think what you want, they all are not the same! He missed this one by
a mile. I just repaired one yesterday so the sequence is fresh in my mind.
Is the furnace standing pilot, direct spark, or intermittant pilot? spark or
hot surface?Those are the popular types right now. Thay all work
This is jb books
you are right george. every furnace has the same identical start up
steps to accomplish the same thing. manufactures may vary the way
they accomplish it but he sequence is always the same. his furnace is
stuck at no pilot senced stage. these guys make it harder than it has
sometimes i think this group of big mouth owners never actually do any
of the manual labor part of this job. i think they sit in chairs and
talk shit on here all day. i think they have forgotton how to work on
furnaces. crazy isn't it.
heres a tip for you lurkers that own carier or bryant furnaces. if
it gets stuck in pilot take a big screwdriver and rap the pilot a few
times banging the handle of the screwdriver on the silver pilot
assembly and see if the burners come on. carrier and bryant use that
type of pilot all the time with spark type pilot. they call it a
three wire pilot here for i learned everything i know from here.
I will make you the same offer I made Stormin Mormon, AKA Chris Young...you
come work for me a day...you make the same thing you normally make, or
better, and the only other thing thats different, is we get to tape you
working for a training vid...you might be in the section titled, This is how
its done right, or you might be in the section titled, You never want to do
this stupid shit.
Now its obvious that you are clueless, or else you would have thrown in
Tempstar and Payne, since ICP is the company that owns them all....and just
tell me what in hell is gonna happen when someone takes your advice, has a
pacemaker installed, and the damn things got a spark ignitor with 10,000
volts behind it?
OR they dont know what kind of ignition they have and its a HSI and they
destroy the ignitor? How about those old gaspacks that use a standing pilot
with a relight system and its bad? Amazing that you have survived this long
without someone getting hurt.
ok but im sorry one day inst worth my time. i charge 500 dollars a
day 5 day min 5 days. plus air travel expences coach will be fine a
rent a car lodging and a 50 dollar a day per diem. ill sent you my
address to mail travel and lodging confirmation numbers. i dont know
what offer you made that other guy but i requier payment in full up
front. if you cant afford me i understand. i also need to know two
weeks in advance of the flight date.
Thats all? Sheesh...no wonder you are a hack....
We just got off a job that was $500 per hour...you cheap bastard....what do
you pay your guys? Mine are making a good living.
Anytime....and I wont e-mail you anything, but i will keep it public....the
deal is this...if you cant fix the FIRST unit you get, in under one hour,
and get it right, you owe ME. If you get it fixed, and fixed correctly, then
you walk with 4 grand....you dont, you owe me the full repair bill....be it
$40 or $4000.
You up to it little man? If not, shut up and keep guessing at shit. You are
like a 1st year tech...full of shit and hot air.
Sounds like a winner for just one hour of your time...but...we all know you
cant fix a thing....
YOU pay your way, YOU are either up to the challenge or you are not. I doubt
you can find an airport, much less a TEV.
United Technologies is the company that owns CARRIER, Carrier is Bryant,
Payne, and the now defunct Day & Nite. United Technologies also owns Inner
City Products. ICP is Heil, Tempstar, Comfortmaker, and Kenmore.
You make a couple good points through your post , and ruin it at the end
sounding like an idiot.
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