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I'll be interested to find out what his measured indoor humidity is.
What's the theory behind 50% excess latent capacity? Are you trying to make up for off cycle and setbacks?
yup, mismatches are mainly about refrigerant circuit issues and BTU capacities. not related.
Sorry for intruding with unrelated stuff. Threads wander on occasion.
You are likely looking at a...
I thought you weren't in that humid of an environment. I was born in redlands, but moved away as a child.
That airflow seems low for a system that needs good...
Lots of dynamics here, and I need to put something together to explain it. Some of this needs to be on the pro side, but I'll give you two reasons to start with.
1) reduce air turbulence as the...
You guys ought to spread the locations out a little bit. Twice in the same location in 8 years seems to leave opportunities on the table. I would understand if it was NYC, but St Louis?...
but as you indicate in your eariler post, bigger return drops are often better.
I politely, respectfully, firmly :grin2: disagree for most installs.
"Air duct roller coasters" add restrictions and take about the same effort as less restrictive designs. More later. I learned...
just scrolled back and saw your post on filter size. 20x25x5 ok.
I will look at that commissioning report and get back later.
gee, isn't this fun? start passing out the party hats!! lol is your...
TESP of .4?
I'm a little skeptical. very few systems get a TESP in that range. Was this tested with, or without an air filter in place. As lkapigian asked, what was the airflow? what air filters...
Have they released the top secret location yet?
You aren't going to hug me are you?
From what I have seen those carrier units have been very reliable, and about as thin as you are likely to find.
Do you have a PITA neighbor? or some kind of NAZI neighborhood patrol? You might...
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that sounds suspiciously like a main sewer line....
one more thing.
Look for an RSES local chapter and find out if it's active or just a bunch of old geezers playing poker once a month. If it's got an active membership with training classes then...
One more reason you need to work for somebody who will train you!!
Take it from somebody who's been there, training yourself up when you work for somebody who is short on training themselves is a long, hard road. You really do need somebody as a go-to in solving...
well, in this instance I really recommend that you listen to others more familiar with your system than I.
beenthere and vstech are decent enough guys (I THINK there guys, but frankly I don't...
frankly, I can't tell witch way is up in that photo.
sorry, but somebody needs to get into the guts of your system.
I would make certain that the drain line is blown out, but more than that I...
very little is visible at all. That's more of a close up than a wide angle shot. Consumers never seem to understand what I'm talking about when I say "wide angle shot"
I want to see...
this is really sounding like a winner now!
no need for dropbox;
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click "go advanced" button,
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Ok- to circle back to things alread said-
1) wide angle photo of the inside unit please. this is where a picture really is worth a thousand words.
2) as beenthere had asked, what type of air...
Hey shophound! :putergreet:
I agree, at 5-6% the altitude variance is small enough to get lost in the "noise" I just thought I would mention it as one more data point. If a contractor put in the...
select the contractor, not the brand.
A top notch contractor will make recommendations about brand, technology, etc. to match the situation, and that changes from time to time. If I was in...