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I tried taking a med gas class when I was union, was going through a tough time during that schooling and I knew I could handle the hands on aspect of it, it's just that the teacher was hammering out a ton of knowledge base that had everyone questioning if we was in the wrong class.
Understood the logic, it's just the teacher was covering a wide spectrum of different values, which was probably necessary. I dropped out after a few weeks realizing I was leaving new construction. The cred wasn't going
to serve me well enough to justify the certificate.
I normally don't say that about education but if time is any predictor, I've never in my field of plumbing have needed the ability to perform the task.
racks up , drops fabbed,(I didn't do the stink pipe) centers found. I was lucky enough to hit the mains straight on. Won't have do to many bends. Two 45's at the tie in, two 90's at the end, two at every station x 4. Not a big deal but something different