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Old 08-16-2011, 12:46 AM   #1
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Old 08-16-2011, 01:14 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by jhall.sparky View Post
"You can tie right in to the junction box right over the living room in the attic"
Ok Sir, let me go up and look in the attic.
Am I in the attic or the "Twilight Zone"?
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"You want to add a can right there switched over there? That shouldn't take us but about 30 minutes. We'll get started right on that for you."

2 hours later..."Well we finally got that for you, but, you might want to call your Radiant Blockers back to seal there ing attic back up."
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What rip-off, Other than insulating the duct work, and maybe the turbines that crap isnt going to make much of a difference. Hmmm 14" turbines move 30% more air than 12", yea right, and putting them all in the same area is always a good idea. They probably wrapped the can lights up good and tight so they stay nice and warm too
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