Indeed. Some people can't even spell 'explanation'. Highly unlikely
they'd be able to explain anything to your average college educated
Nah, they'd probably just figure something wemt wrong and look for
another slightly more competent hvac contractor.
I'm glad you can spell, you might as well be right about something!
Honestly, if you start correcting all of the spelling in this group,
including all of the fat fingers, you will never get anything else
done. I suggest that you stick to the discussion at hand and stop
worrying about the spelling. Some of the spelling is worse than mine.
Who knows? Maybe someday you will spell something wrong, then we can
all jump YOU about it!
Thats because Chris is no tech...hack..yes.....tech..no.
Simple question Chris....what happens when you run the unit?
Why would this be a better way of rinsing the coil?
What would allowing the cleaner to remain on the coil for a longer time do?
What help is this to the owner of the unit?
I bet alot of things sound goofy to you...like superheat....
Put the cover back on and turn on the a/c as soon as possible. Let the a/c
run for at least 20-30 minutes as the condensation must flush the cleaner
from the coil. Do not flush the A-coils with water. If the coil cleaner
isn't removed right away, it may damage the coils. It may take several
cycles to totally rinse the cleaner from the coils. After the first long
cycle, normal cycles are fine.
CY: I've cleaned a lot of window AC units, but never done a central. Run the
unit to rinse the coils? Huh? Sounds goofy to me.
On Sun, 17 Apr 2005 01:56:51 GMT,
no, we can thank YOU for that. If you hadn't been
forging headers and cancelling postsyou disagreed with for
the last 6 or 7 years, Matt would have had no reasons to go
everybody, do yourself a favor. go to google. click on
Groups. type in Paul Milligan. press enter.
Chris, you are a total and complete moron. Acid cleaner MUST BE RINSED
WITH COPIOUS AMOUNTS OF WATER. Not condensate. You can only rinse with
condensation on coil cleaners that are MADE for that...marked clearly,
"No-Rinse Coil Cleaner." And those do not need rinsing for months, if
need be, in areas like Phoenix where our humidity is a whopping seven
Stormin Mormon wrote:
Vicki, if you would read my reply (hey, you did quote it in your email) you
might. Well, just might.... see that you are the one who didn't get the
correct understanding of who wrote what. I invite you to read again. I'll
insert a little text.
I hope you have a smarter day tomorrow, and pehaps today stay home and don't
answer the phone. You're off to a bad start.
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