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    General Engineering Contractor ballvalve's Avatar
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    When the junk valve breaks off like a sharpened spear, and its 4" into the base where one may grab it and actually turn it without further shattering, and the internal wrenches are an hour away, and the house gets heated with the rig, the chop and fix makes sense.

    Some of the tops come off easy as their is a pvc linerbag inside, so economically, not trying to observe the tank and changing a good water heater that someone may have stepped on is a extraordinarily foolish move.

    But its a goldmine for the plumber that got to take the unit home or for the guy that picked it up on the curb.

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    Many new technologies are available in the market to fix and repair the HVAC system. By not only getting the new information about technologies, it is very difficult to implement and restore the HVAC system. It's good to hire a HVAC certified professionals.

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    Could I have some eggs too ?

    What does your post have to do with water heaters ?

    Or did I miss something ?
    Theory only works perfect in a vacuum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonL View Post
    Or did I miss something ?
    You did. It's an attempt at a sneaky ad.

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    My smart ass comment is that if one is imploded and the other is bulging, maybe you should switch them for awhile. Maybe they will fix themselves. (ducking....)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reach4 View Post
    You did. It's an attempt at a sneaky ad.

    I got that part.

    That is why I wanted eggs to go with my Spam.

    I did not see how this Forum was the best place to post a ad for HVAC.


    Thanks Terry, You are the best.
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