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Everything posted by MartyZ

  1. See, this is why I don't post on here that often anymore. People have a tendency off taking someone's comments and twisting them to make them seem bigger than they are. I don't like when companies put out products for the SOLE purpose of tracking, period, that is my opinion and I'm sticking with it. Cell phones, GPS, geo tagging, etc... where not specifically designed for tracking, this product was.
  2. I don't want anything regulated; I just want companies to look at the unintended consequences of their actions. I know it will never happen. The only thing I can do is not buy from companies that put out products like this.
  3. Totally different scenario. Maybe it's just me, but I take privacy very seriously and I look at some things differently than others.
  4. It might not be apple doing it, but apple puts out technology that allows this to happen without considering the consequences. By now everyone should know that any time you put out technology that can track someone or something, it will be abused
  5. This is why I don't use ANYTHING apple
  6. i'm not brave enough to get in a tree stand at this time, I might fall and break a hip. Yes, i'm old and out of shape. I'll stick to ground blinds for now.
  7. So I just got my hunting license and am very confused on all the regulations and tags. I got the all around sportsman's license which came with a 6-day Firearm Buck Tag, a Fall Bow Buck Tag, and a Fall Bow Antlerless Tag. Reading thru what all the tags are for I am utterly confused. So just to start I want to hunt dear with my bow at the start of the fall season, which is October from what I understand. I don't care at this point whether it's a buck or not, i'll settle for anything my first time out. So do I need any additional Tags? Also, my plan was to hunt at my wife's cousin's property but there has been a family falling out so that plan is out the window. So where would be a good hunting spot in the Monmouth area? And are there any hunting clubs I can join? I don't really want to go out on my own the first time.
  8. The furnace was replaced as well
  9. They were permanent, I would have to break the baseplates and get new ones, that requires machining.
  10. Looks to me like JMonica came here looking for a fight. The only thing njJohniGuy said was that JMonica finally realized what everyone else already knew but JMonica went on a shit on all 2A rampage. Looks like JMonica needs to grow a little thicker skin.
  11. And no licensed professional would ever put their name on someone else's work. So i'm basically screwed and have to pay this ass $500 and deal with his whining
  12. That's what he told me, and I believed him, it was overheating and shutting off constantly, so idk. Like I said, I know nothing about the subject so he could have told me anything and I would believe him. Thats not the issue at hand, my issue now is how do I fix it? Is it to code? and how do I submit a permit application?
  13. No, it's my problem, because he wants "$500 more plus the permit fee to put up with all their bull crap", his exact words.
  14. I guess i'll have to get the inspection done before I see whether or not I have to cover it. Now I just need to figure out how to apply for the permit
  15. I didn't say I didn't trust him from a technical perspective, for all I know it made sense since the furnace kept overheating and shutting off before it finally died. I said I didn't like how he resolved the issue and the fact that he did not tell me about the need for a permit. And from what I have been able to find online, what he did should conform to code, it's just FUGLY. My current tenants don't mind but i'm not sure if the inspector will require me to cover it up.
  16. According to the guy who installed it, the original return is too small for current codes and systems, the building is over 20 years old. And it is also what caused the early demise of the previous furnace, which was overheating on a regular basis.
  17. Looks like I can't cut the ducts down to have the return in the kitchen, so I would most likely have to build a box around the duct. M1602.2 Return Air Openings Return air openings for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems shall comply with all of the following: Openings shall not be located less than 10 feet (3048 mm) measured in any direction from an open combustion chamber or draft hood of another appliance located in the same room or space. The amount of return air taken from any room or space shall be not greater than the flow rate of supply air delivered to such room or space. Return and transfer openings shall be sized in accordance with the appliance or equipment manufacturers' installation instructions, Manual D or the design of the registered design professional. Return air shall not be taken from a closet, bathroom, toilet room, kitchen, garage, mechanical room, boiler room, furnace room or unconditioned attic. Exceptions: Taking return air from a kitchen is not prohibited where such return air openings serve the kitchen only, and are located not less than 10 feet (3048 mm) from the cooking appliances. Dedicated forced-air systems serving only the garage shall not be prohibited from obtaining return air from the garage. Taking return air from an unconditioned crawl space shall not be accomplished through a direct connection to the return side of a forced-air furnace. Transfer openings in the crawl space enclosure shall not be prohibited. Return air from one dwelling unit shall not be discharged into another dwelling unit.
  18. This was done before my house, that's why I went with someone else
  19. I have an HVAC company that did the entire system in my house. But I wanted some advice before going to someone who might benefit by giving me advice that can result in additional work that I might or might not need. In other words, I want to know what my options are before having yet another HVAC company turn me into a sucker.
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