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#27452 - 07/18/19 01:14 AM 20UCL OTIS  
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Anyone have a complete copy of this print they can send me? Thanks


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#27453 - 07/18/19 01:18 AM Re: 20UCL OTIS [Re: Jblack83]  
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#27457 - 07/18/19 01:45 AM Re: 20UCL OTIS [Re: Jblack83]  
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#27458 - 07/18/19 01:46 AM Re: 20UCL OTIS [Re: Jblack83]  
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1S6363AP IS WHAT I NEED. EMAIL POSTED ON MY PROFILE


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#27477 - 07/19/19 10:10 PM Re: 20UCL OTIS [Re: Jblack83]  
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Isn't it Amazing how these units were made in the 1940's and still running. The big 4 today can barely keep an Elevator running 5-10 years before they claim it obsolete.

#28260 - 11/21/19 08:13 PM Re: 20UCL OTIS [Re: Jblack83]  
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If you ever need parts for these old units check out Master Elevator Components they have a lot of parts for the 1940's and before.

www.masterelevator.net

#28291 - 11/24/19 05:16 AM Re: 20UCL OTIS [Re: Rolly]  
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Originally Posted by Rolly
Isn't it Amazing how these units were made in the 1940's and still running. The big 4 today can barely keep an Elevator running 5-10 years before they claim it obsolete.


Sort of. When I entered the trade in the 80's, we were starting to build tinker toys, which were distinctly different than those robust elevators of only twenty years earlier. I think the driving force was not us, but the real estate industry. Investors were stacking up buildings, flipping them, and laughing all the way to the bank. The initial buy-in was the only consideration, not longevity or long-term costs.

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I REALLY like working with today's whiz-bang microprocessors in climate controlled machine rooms, rather than troubleshooting a wall full of relays going clackety-clackety-clack in a sweltering room with screaming generators billowing carbon dust.


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