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Why to buy stock in aaon

Discussion in 'Commercial' started by aaonsaregarbage, Oct 11, 2017.

  1. knave

    knave Undeterred

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    Re Tard Unit
     
  2. knave

    knave Undeterred

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    Somthin with rotten tomatoes
     
  3. Jon

    Jon Team Canada

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    Rusty Trombones United
     
  4. knave

    knave Undeterred

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    Ride Toms Unicorn
     
  5. Daryl_Dixon

    Daryl_Dixon New Member

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  6. HMD

    HMD does it matter?

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  7. NZ All Blacks Fan

    NZ All Blacks Fan Just Another swinging Dick

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    What Flange said hahahahahahha oh and dude Ive worked on aaon units - no worse or better than other commercial rtus about the middle of the pack
     
  8. mike1020

    mike1020 entitled millennial

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    Better than York
     
  9. Daryl_Dixon

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    I had several sites each with about 15 - 25 Aaon RTUs.

    I loved those sites.

    Quoted work as far as the eye could see.

    Five stories up.

    Looking at hot chicks walk in and out all day.

    Change a couple of condenser fan motors-blades-caps-fuses and a sheave'r'two and then head to the Chinese Buffet for some food poisoning.
     
  10. pintofstout

    pintofstout New Member

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    Aaon is super easy to troubleshoot. All high end components, yaskawa is good and has great support. Microchanel stuff sucks but their all stuck with it.

    Their orion controllers have plenty of room to customize the machine to its environment. If you want to use your own controls, which i love doing with aaon, their beautifully laid out to accommodate.

    I thought maybe you were just having different experiences then i, until you called a JACE a piece of garbage. That exposed everything. A JACE is a powerhouse, you can't call that a piece of garbage if you can't program it right.

    But, their gas fired heat is way too loud....


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  11. mike1020

    mike1020 entitled millennial

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    So I'm not the only one who thinks their gas heat sounds like a jet engine lol
     
  12. LemonWizard

    LemonWizard Blinky Lights Wizard

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    Aaons have doors and not access panels which already gives them a leg up on Carrier. Unless you make a profit by selling screws. :dunno:
     
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  13. Texas-Tech

    Texas-Tech Official Geezer*

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    Loudest damn combustion motor and exhaust I've ever seen on an rtu. Worst one to change out as well.
     
  14. 404eh

    404eh New Member

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    I've seen a turbo air compressor replaced by a turbo air tech
    It wasn't mike1020s company
    The welds were turkey feet and a high side valve service valve was never added
    Start components weren't replaced either
     
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  15. mike1020

    mike1020 entitled millennial

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    Turbo doesn't like it when you change the drier while you have the system open for a warranty repair either
     
  16. Chuck

    Chuck SSP

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    They sent a drier with the warranty r290 compressor I just changed out.
     
  17. mike1020

    mike1020 entitled millennial

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    I had one where they had a leaky braze joint and it came low on gas from the factory

    I called to ask if I needed an oem drier or if I could just use an 052 off my van and they said not to change the drier lol

    But yes with the new comps they usually do send a drier
     
  18. mike1020

    mike1020 entitled millennial

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    And an r290 turbo air. They haven't been out too long. That would mean the compressor crapped out on a three month old unit lol
     
  19. icy78

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    Wait! You install a high side service valve on comp changeout? Not a bad idea; or is it pessimism?

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  20. Chuck

    Chuck SSP

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    My bad, it was a True