This is Turtle.
I see that you don't have the ability to see what is happening now in the
newsgroups. When you have a few Good well meaning members start out to get rid
of a few less that perfect other member. You end up with a flame war and then
the results is what you have at alt.hvac right now. Paul could not see this and
brought alt.hvac to it's knees and if this starts at alt.home.repair which will
make alt.home.repair look just like alt.havoc as it is right now.
now wiether or not Stormy has the ability to call a shot on hvac or r , which I
will not debate , is not the question. The question is like say I join you and
we decide to run off Stormy, Matt, and few others we don't like. then one day we
start on the member we don't like and then one morning you wake up and you find
yourself in a alt.hvaoc newsgroup as it is today.
Now you say i joined you in trying to run Stormy off. well i have never joined
anybody to run off anybody. I felt the need to warn the posters that he was
replying to if he made a error and what he said was not right. I did not feel
the need to run him off but only to correct a error in motion.
Now as far as winning flame war of anything and you speak of , i may be wanting
something , or have need of something. I have no need of you or anybody else as
a thing to win a flame war or even a pissing contest. I have two rules I go by.
Be respestiable and keep the group straight and straight forward with no second
agenda of any kind.
I do have a weakiness and that is i will tell you what i think and not sugar
coat it for you.
Anyone know if this inducer motor can be replaced? Looks like some
screws mounting it to the furnace interior, with a gasket or some
sealant under the flange. My unqualified opinion is "yes", but what
the hell do I know about furnace replacement parts?
Unplug it, take the screws holding the outer lip of the edge of the blower
assy to the furnace face out..make sure you have them all, there might be
one or two that are a total and complete bitch....should be held in place
with either a white or red silicone based sealant, and pull it all right
The replacement may not look identical, and if you have a condensate drain
hole on the old one, there may be more than one on the replacement motor
assembly. There will be plastic caps to place over the non used holes if
that is the case.
I havent gotten a reply back on the replaccement one yet, but i didnt expect
to as late as it was that I sent the inquirey.
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