T.J.S. and Son Contractors

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Last edited Mar 18, 2016 11:27am
is it standard to hold a cooling unit up by a belt to prevent it from leaning? this belt slipped and was tighten to again to prevent it from leaking
Sep 9, 2014
A belt doesn't sound like the proper material to hold anything related to air conditioning

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