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Was this guy an actual licensed electrician? Was there a permit pulled for this work? Did the building inspector sign-off on the work? Of these questions I suspect the answer is "no" to all of them! Even if #1 is "yes" clearly he's incompetent and/or lazy. Anyway, what you have is unacceptable and the wire should be protected from the ...


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I hear a harmonic to the compressor running this may be able to be dampened using isolation studs, this is a vibration isolation that has bolts sticking out of a solid rubber piece there is no metal to metal contact aprox 1/2” of rubber is between the bolts you remove the existing bolts put these in between the frame and the outside unit, one time I had to ...


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A major part of the problem is the way the condenser is mounted. They are normally set on a concrete pad a few feet away from the house to facilitate air flow around the unit. Your condenser is mounted on steel brackets bolted into your foundation so the vibration, which every unit has, is transmitted right into your house. Check to see if there are any type ...


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