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Air conditioning problems

Chapter #: 15257
Chapter Name: Southern Arizona
Reported By: Barbara Lukanuski
Officer Title: Secretary
Defined Title:
City: Tucson
State/Province: AZ
Number In Attendance: 8
Meeting Date: 9/9/2015
Meeting Type: Both
Educational Program Subject: Air conditioning problems
Speaker Name: Chapter members
Company:
Minutes:

Meeting called to order at 7:15 pm.  Paul Ewer CM led the Pledge of Allegiance.  Roll call of Officers taken and guests were introduced.

Educational: Round table discussion of problems occurring in the field.  Walt Ewer CMS brought in a couplle of fan blades that were used as examples while we discussed Jim Johnsons troubleshooting question that was in the Indoor Comfort News.  Also discussed the proper way a condenser fan motor is supposed to move air.

Old & New Business:  none

Drawings:  Ron Lyon had his member number in the newsletter for the free hamberger and fries, but was not present.  Rick Paschall CM was drawn for the $10.00 member in attendance drawing but was not present.  Robb Walker played the marble game with 7 marbles for $5.00 but did not win.

Meeting adjourned at 8:20 pm


 
 
 
 
 
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