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Old 05-07-2020, 09:06 PM   #1
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Old 05-07-2020, 09:38 PM   #2
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You posted your own work for critiquing? Oh no!!!



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Looks good but are those pipes supposed to just be open like that?


Gonna get that high efficiency air/water heat transfer going? lolz jk


Seriously though, that 2"(1-1/2"?) end loop bothers me.



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Your soldering looks really good.
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I only solder that funky end loop lol. Everything else i just cut an cleaned peices.
Like i said i helped with it...wasnt my rodeo
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Looks good but are those pipes supposed to just be open like that?


Gonna get that high efficiency air/water heat transfer going? lolz jk


Seriously though, that 2"(1-1/2"?) end loop bothers me.



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Yea, didnt have room for a 90 loop.
Tight room not alot of space were the indirects had to be placed
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Yea, didnt have room for a 90 loop.
Tight room not alot of space were the indirects had to be placed



You could have put the other 2" line directly below or moved it out like an inch or two and then canted the tees at a 45 and used street 45's.








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Yea, didnt have room for a 90 loop.
Tight room not alot of space were the indirects had to be placed
what??? 1- 90 and 1- st 90 would be tighter and nicer looking than that thing....
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Oh no,,,,,,,, big fail if this was test joints........

Copper cleaned way to far. Cleaning should end at 1/8" past the fitting, not inches past the fitting on the tubing.....

Nice job.
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Oh no,,,,,,,, big fail if this was test joints........

Copper cleaned way to far. Cleaning should end at 1/8" past the fitting, not inches past the fitting on the tubing.....

Nice job.



He probably cleaned up the fittings after he was done to remove any excess flux. What's your test say about that?


I give him an A-






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