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#112387 - 06/02/01 12:32 AM Attic working space  
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These units are about 18 inches apart.

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#112388 - 06/02/01 05:45 PM Re: Attic working space  
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Looks like the indoor version of Joe's rooftop air conditioners. Bet there isn't enough working clearance for at least one of these.

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#112389 - 06/02/01 07:28 PM Re: Attic working space  
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These units were put in at the same time by the same people. I would've thought they would have made it easier on themselves.

This, by the way, was in the attic of a almost $1 million home. The units were just replaced.

Our utility is somehow contracting out work themselves or somehow it can go through them, I'm not sure how it works, but I believe this was done by them. Does that happen elsewhere?

Bill

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