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    Code is here....

    Code is here. http://www.edgewaternj.org/btb_codes.asp

    The plumber is also an HVAC contractor.
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    Electric dryer venting - code?

    I live in a town home development. Some of the owners have moved their laundry areas to the upper floor and are venting electric dryers through the roof. The plumber used single-wall pipe. I'm not...
  3. Thread: Furnace?

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    Furnace?

    Does anyone know what brand and model the following model no. corresponds to?

    P-HBD12N07501B

    Thanks.
  4. I don't even think my first inspector did...

    I don't even think my first inspector did temperatures. Coincidentally, he did think there was a problem and I'm almost certain the homeowner had it charged right before the close, like someone else...
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    http://www.cozyparts.com/lennox%2Dparts/forum/foru...

    http://www.cozyparts.com/lennox%2Dparts/forum/forum.asp?FORUM_ID=4
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    I'm president of a 16-unit condo association. I...

    I'm president of a 16-unit condo association. I would love to be able to approve outdoor units to keep owners from putting in a cheap, noisy POS. Only good news is the owners have tended toward...
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    I briefly considered the LG Star882 linked to....

    I briefly considered the LG Star882 linked to. It's $1800, IIRC.
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    Was that in effect in 2001? I called Lennox a...

    Was that in effect in 2001? I called Lennox a couple of years ago and they said it was a 5-year warranty. Maybe I should call them again.
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    I have an HP29 heatpump that was put in by a...

    I have an HP29 heatpump that was put in by a previous owner approx 3Q01. I put in a CB-31MV blower coil and Harmony II in Dec. 2003. At that time, I asked the installer about the availability of an...
  10. Thread: Zoning

    by miket
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    2 zones, here. No problems, but the 650CFM...

    2 zones, here. No problems, but the 650CFM minimum is a lot of air for my place.
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    The only thing I can add to this thread is heat...

    The only thing I can add to this thread is heat pump water heaters. Payback depends on utility rates and hot water usage.
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    Rheem says 120 gallon...

    Rheem says 120 gallon electric. You have several other options: Two units operating in parallel
    Wiring the unit so both elements operate concurrently, if code permits
    Running the unit at 140 or...
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    A mirror.

    A mirror.
  14. http://www.aquaproducts.us/rcc/pg4.html

    http://www.aquaproducts.us/rcc/pg4.html
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    I'm a home-moaner with a two-zone Harmony II. It...

    I'm a home-moaner with a two-zone Harmony II. It works well, especially with a heat pump.

    Main problem with zoning, assuming your ductwork is suitable, is it uses a bunch of complex, sensitive,...
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    OK. Two more questions (at least). Are any of...

    OK. Two more questions (at least).

    Are any of these retrofits notably better, particularly quieter, than the others?

    I notice McQuay itself is still around. Are they a potential source or is...
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    44"W x 15 3/8"H, if I measured correctly. Thanks...

    44"W x 15 3/8"H, if I measured correctly. Thanks for your help.
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    Do you mean the sleeve dimensions?

    Do you mean the sleeve dimensions?
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    My parents have what they consider a noisy 12K...

    My parents have what they consider a noisy 12K Islandaire PTAC HP in their condo bedroom. P/N is 4020003. It and a few thousand others were part of a low-bid job for the condo association.

    I think...
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    We are getting quotes for cooling a server room...

    We are getting quotes for cooling a server room and one contractor just speced this brand. Yes, I know the installation is what what matters, but how does this brand compare to Mitsubishi, Fujitsu,...
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    Re: Can anyone help

    alt.home.repair

    See Google groups if you don't have access to a newsserver.
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    Follow up: Finally spoke to my installer on an...

    Follow up:

    Finally spoke to my installer on an unrelated matter (the spot cooler/mini-split thread in the commercial forum). He strongly recommends against reusable because they don't maintain...
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    We are looking into cooling a small computer room...

    We are looking into cooling a small computer room on the weekend while the building A/C is down. Total load is currently 9000 BTU and will ultimately reach 12000. The room has a supply and return off...
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    Consensus seems to be reusable is OK. Should have...

    Consensus seems to be reusable is OK. Should have given a little more background initially, but I live almost literally on top of a major road and my home is very dusty. Also, I'm in NJ, the system...
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    I have a Lennox CB31MV that takes 20" x 22 1/4"...

    I have a Lennox CB31MV that takes 20" x 22 1/4" filters. I buy them on the net because I can't find them locally.

    The ones I normally get are pleated MERV 8. I recently saw a washable MERV 5...
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    Electric does very well if you can wire both...

    Electric does very well if you can wire both elements to run simultaneously. They also usually cost less initially, last longer, and run more quietly and efficiently. Plus, no flue required. Downside...
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    Maybe look into one of these? ...

    Maybe look into one of these?

    http://www.toolbase.org/tertiaryT.asp?DocumentID=3601&CategoryID=1450
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    Zoning is a good application for a heat pump...

    Zoning is a good application for a heat pump because it can throw its entire output at one zone if your schedule permits, markedly reducing the backup needed. Downside is complexity and lack of...
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    Mark, home-moaner here. I noticed you rested the...

    Mark, home-moaner here. I noticed you rested the AHU on some 2x4's sitting in the drain pan. Just curious if this is specific to this installation, or how you normally do it? My installers did the...
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    How do you guys match these things? IOW, how many...

    How do you guys match these things? IOW, how many tons of bricks do you need for a 3-ton condensor? Thanks.
  31. Thread: Brady Bunch

    by miket
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    Could be worse. At least it's IN a box.

    Could be worse. At least it's IN a box.
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