Post in 'The Pellet Mill - Pellet and Multifuel Stoves' started by smwilliamson, Jul 8, 2013.
Here's what is no longer in mine.
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you are going to regret this....I always do
Why throw away all the wire ties? I cannot fix a Harman Stove without cutting and replacing a wire tie!
You know Harmans, if the wires are not in the right place, they could get pulled, chopped or burned!
Hay I have a pile that looks just like that from when I worked on solar
installations and repairs.
That, my man is a sure sign of a Very busy road tech! I used to have a similar pile of shirt in my bag as well, now I'm in house and everything is nice and neat.
Oh, my pellet tool bag consists of a 3/4 and 1/2 inch pipe brush, a large screwdriver (doubles as a chisel), a vaccuum, and a box of latex gloves.
Hey! Do I see my socket set in there? No wonder I couldnt find them anywhere...
I'm particularly impressed with the detailed organization and classification of each tool. This isn’t one of those “Where’s Waldo” pictures is it?
Hey how did you get my speed square?
I wondered where one of them was last summer about this time while building a deck .
hm....I see an Advance sprocket there at about 12:30.........looks worn, but that things expen$ive!
i especially like your collection of bushings...hold on to those, scrap metal is heating up! (a lil stove humor there..."heating up").
This picture was taken after I tossed all of the igniters, snap switches and motor parts in my parts box. I save those. The rest of this pile will get sorted tonight. I bet there is $100 worth of stainless screws in that pile.
I'm not sure if I can call it a tool bag.
Its a cheapo $9.00 Homer Depot orange tool box with a bunch of brushes, a mirror, a screwdriver, a home-made hose attachment (to get in the small places). The large white brush is a pretty useful one for the heat exchangers because it has a big handle and its kind of stiff.
I also have an old flanner sheet (I also use one of those movers blankets) so I don't scratch the floor. The little table is something I built so I can either use it as a stool, or its the exact height as the hearth and if I need to slide the insert out, it can rest on the little table without falling out of the fireplace.
Anyway, that's what I use for my cleanings.
Nice stuff. Can I send you out on a service call?
That could be our new scam....
You send me out - I break stuff, you come along and fix... We split the money!!
Why is it that the only time you need something is after you pitched it?
Not sure...think its one of those "laws of nature"...Like "what goes up must come down on the greener grass on the other side...if the force is equal and opposite"
...he's a professional
OK then....Angry, ...Party of one, your table is ready!
I find it a bit funny that your room mate used the same caps lock that's been used on your previous posts...
And for your room mate (maybe) Yes, I am a professional, a multi licensed professional.
You'd be hard pressed to find anyone who knocks the Englander brand, do your research before you unleash your virtual verbal diarreah.
from another thread -
maybe he should have spent an extra couple hundred bucks and bought a house.
living with room mates is a cheap, poor way to go.
but the price point is low.
I will make a motion to have "mattyice5290" banned for ruining our family show atmosphere...unless of coarse it's just that troublesome roommate again dosh garn it.
He has been reported and action has been taken. Thanks mods.
Thanks for the heads up...we shouldn't be hearing any more from this gentleman. Rick
C'mon Fos...I was just getting warmed up!
S.M.W. see you wed am.
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