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Old 07-10-2013, 01:37 AM   #1
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YeeHaw. We now have both A/C duct channels working. Only one side since we bought it. Its cold in here now. Removed the rear A/C roof early this morning. Found a unsealed ducting box. A center brace that should be solid across. Not a huge gap. Looks like it was recycling the cold with the return air. Plus gaps all over the rest of the box. I sealed up every little gap with foil tape. Its working like it should now. I forgot to take a pic of the finished project. Opps.


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Gary, I am glad you got it working as it should be but it is a shame you are having to repair issues that should have never left the plant. I am beginning to think Crossroads does not have a Q/C department anymore.
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Old 07-10-2013, 01:53 AM   #3
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I was amazed at the amount sawdust that blew out of the duct work. My wife said OMG....lol...get the vacuum.
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Gary, I am glad you got it working as it should be but it is a shame you are having to repair issues that should have never left the plant. I am beginning to think Crossroads does not have a Q/C department anymore.
A BIG X2 on that one.
As far as QC-----a lot of us have figured that left the plant alooong time ago. Kind of like a case of the diarrhea.
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Old 07-10-2013, 04:35 AM   #5
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I have heard through a certain grapevine they have been having a large turnover in workforce. That would explain a lot.
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Old 07-10-2013, 05:28 AM   #6
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So nice to finally have A/C that doesn't go up in temp along with the outside temp. Staying right at 74° all morning. Outside temp 94°as I type.
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Wow, what else can be said. Glad you finally rooted out the problem. I was concerned that the issue would require pulling down ceiling panels. Pulling the AC off the roof was the "easier" fix. Be sure to send the bill for your repairs. Don't forget the hours of labor.
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Just a quick update 104° outside.. 81° inside...happy campers..working good.

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Well that sounds a lot more comfortable!
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Glad it's fixed Gary!

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