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Mark Evans

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Jul 26, 2021
Perryton, Tx 79070
So, through no fault of the condenser, the problem was the condenser as many of us had suggested. I have no problem understanding why it was so easy to overlook, it seems like a mistake that I could make but, all the off-topic comments didn't help either, if anything they were a distraction from the real problem. When the comments get too long or more or less off-topic, I have a tendency to just skim over them because then all I see is blah, blah, blah. There was more than one suggestion to check the condenser to see which side of the coil it was connected to. There's a lesson here to be learned for some of us, for others it's proof of what we already knew. Don't get me wrong, this is not an angry post and I am not angry at anyone. Actually, if anything, I'm kind of smiling to myself, I'm pretty sure I have made the same mistake in the past.
If you not making mistakes you’re not living, point blank !!!! GOOD ONE SIR !!!!!


Well-known member
Feb 5, 2022
i've had a few ahshit moments since is started mucking with these old tractors not so long ago. i have also bought a couple cheap that the owner couldn't get running that turned out to be real easy fixes. its easy to over think when you're the only one working on it. been there and done that many times. good work.

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