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S Davis
S Davis Member Posts: 491
It is not something to mess with untill you get certified, it is a $10,000 fine if you get caught, that is the fine for the tech and I think the owner of the shop gets fined too.
Tell that to your boss and I think he will change his mind.

S Davis


  • berd_2
    berd_2 Member Posts: 7

    My boss wants me to start working on residential AC units and I need to learn it on my own. Does anyone know of any video or computer based trainiing out there?? I have tried a few books but it leaves me with so many questions that I become so frustrated.
  • Weezbo
    Weezbo Member Posts: 6,232
    Berd...thats a heck of a way to doit....

    go back to the boss and tell him the truth now,a/c isnt an easily paint by number kinda deal.especially trouble shooting them. If he says not to worry about it,then i can only think your boss has his own agenda and intends to have you accidentialy sabotauging the homeowners old equipment so his other techs can do new installs.
  • Bud_14
    Bud_14 Member Posts: 200

    Are you certified? Thats not up to your boss...You! have to be certified to handle refrigerants. Proper knowledge on reclaiming refrigerant, besides knowing refrigeration.

  • John@Reliable_9
    John@Reliable_9 Member Posts: 122
    This link might HELP!!!!!!!

    Hope it helps John@Reliable
  • Mad Dog
    Mad Dog Member Posts: 2,595
    You need training , Bro and if the boss

    wants you to learn it, he should pay at least half. National Technology Transfer has classes all over the USA - not cheap , but excellent. WWW.nttinc.com or 1-800-922-2820. MaD DOG

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