I have a couple of those cinch tools. They must be kept clean. I use the cinch type clamps in tight situations. I have just about every type crimper made, except battery.Going back to the pics to determine which ones are crimped. For the crimp fitting it looks like the one on the left (blue pipe) is crimped due to the way the end is bent. Not sure on the red one. Looks about the same on the one with the cinch clamp.
I like cinch clamps because I'm a monkey and the cinch tool was cheaper than the other tool. I have one that has a blue light when the crimp is done tightly enough.
Ended up being the high water alarm float crapped the bed. Customer opted to not replace it. It’s a “ sometimes “ bathroom.Sorry, I'm busy. Mama forgot to close the fridge properly last night, so we woke up to the sound of the refrigerator high temperature alarm blasting loudly at 4:45AM.
I bought one of those high temp alarms for an older freezer at my dad’s house.Sorry, I'm busy. Mama forgot to close the fridge properly last night, so we woke up to the sound of the refrigerator high temperature alarm blasting loudly at 4:45AM.
Those jobs are usually not too bad, as long as the pit is not in a small closet or under stairs, or some other horrible access.