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"I disagree with cleaning the A-coil being more effective than fixing or moving away…"

Dennis Heidner replied Oct 8, 2013 to Underground ductwork

19 Oct 8, 2013
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Unless you use a plastic like material - they rot out.  HVAC also is used for air co…"

Dennis Heidner replied Sep 13, 2013 to Underground ductwork

19 Oct 8, 2013
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Ducts in ground - no matter what it is in cased in - will eventually rot out and lea…"

Dennis Heidner replied Sep 9, 2013 to Underground ductwork

19 Oct 8, 2013
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Large bill,  but keep in mind he also spent $$$ on a pool.  Along the way there were…"

Dennis Heidner replied Aug 29, 2013 to How Do We Make Energy Efficiency Sexy, or at Least Interesting?

2 Aug 29, 2013
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"There are 50 point LED's (possibly cree's devices) on the board.  The large black ch…"

Dennis Heidner replied Aug 16, 2013 to LED Fixtures Hitting Shelfs

16 Aug 4, 2014
Reply by reflintorm

"Correct,  but if it fails - and someone gets a ladder out to check on the light.  Gu…"

Dennis Heidner replied Aug 16, 2013 to LED Fixtures Hitting Shelfs

16 Aug 4, 2014
Reply by reflintorm

"The hot wire is running right over the active LED components,  the movistor is right…"

Dennis Heidner replied Aug 16, 2013 to LED Fixtures Hitting Shelfs

16 Aug 4, 2014
Reply by reflintorm

"Yes, they will fail open - its the process in between that you have to worry about.…"

Dennis Heidner replied Aug 16, 2013 to LED Fixtures Hitting Shelfs

16 Aug 4, 2014
Reply by reflintorm

"I've seen many MOV's fail but the fuse remains.  They just heat up and fry the area…"

Dennis Heidner replied Aug 16, 2013 to LED Fixtures Hitting Shelfs

16 Aug 4, 2014
Reply by reflintorm

"Standby for the recalls... The last picture shows the power lines running over the…"

Dennis Heidner replied Aug 16, 2013 to LED Fixtures Hitting Shelfs

16 Aug 4, 2014
Reply by reflintorm

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