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Hello,Anyone from Appliantology.org this is BryanS. I guess this forum will be my new home. After 2000+ posts at appliantology.org for 4 years my time there is over. I guess because I refused to take his online courses or something he has a bur up his butt. I've been specialized in refrigeration for four years, so feel free to message me if you need any help. I've been a member here, but never really spent much time here. I dont ask for help often, and I will help out where I can. I've also been to school for hvac as well, I know it pretty well, so I can probably help with any hvac related questions. -BryanS
I used to be one the main poster there. A few months back for no reason I was demoted and had my privileges taken away. He wouldn't tell me why when I emailed him about it. Then he gave them back. Then recently he started giving arrogant responses to my comments. Basically, implying I couldn't read schematics, which I have been in some shape or form for 12-13 years. So I had enough and blasted him for it. He got butthurt, deleted my comment, and demoted me again. He is getting greedy is what it boils down too and wanted us all to pay for his forum. I paid for lifetime membership years ago, yet he still put me down to grasshopper. He is also raising the price for pro appliantologist to $150. Like I said, I don't ask for help often, so I'm not paying to help others. I emailed him after the fact and he replied best wishes and that's it. Still no explanation. If this forum needs donations to stay a float just ask. I've already made a small donation. I just like helping others, which is mainly why I'm here. I'll do what I can here. I think I have notifications setup to receive new alerts in the refrigeration forum. -Bryan
I never took his classes for that reason. During thr beta version it was $100. I was broke and unemployed because I quit at Sears without work for a year. Then he upped the price to like $400ish. They would argue over how to correctly wire nut etc. Electric tape or dieletric grease in the nut. You can't use compressor relay/overloads that aren't specific for that compressor. Sure you can and have for years. Any reason to try to act smarter than the next guy. If he had an issue, then address it. He did one time because I wasn't linking parts correctly for him to get paid. I just told him I won't link anymore because the way to do it on mobile is really weird and I couldn't get it.