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    So Far So Good

    The 80K furnace handled some recent sub zero weather with no problems heating all three zones and did not run at high stage continuously. I would have to conclude that it is sized OK. I guess I...
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    Clarification - Furnace is an 80K - load calc...

    Clarification - Furnace is an 80K - load calc showed 70K would work.
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    tigerdunes: 20 yr old house in Michigan....

    tigerdunes:

    20 yr old house in Michigan. Installed a Bryant 986T, two stage furnace with a Bryant 116B A/C with the recommended coil, new lines, Aprilaire MERV 10 filter and Aprilaire 600 bypass...
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    Hi BaldLoonie: Can you tell me what does not...

    Hi BaldLoonie:

    Can you tell me what does not make sense?

    Some info on house: 4350 sq ft. on three levels, 1900 on each of two lower levels, balance on top level. Lowest level is at least 50%...
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    Made the decision and now the proud owner of a new furnace and A/C

    Thanks for the advice, particularly to get a load calc.

    The guy doing the load calc came up with a 70K 96% 2 stage unit which provided some margin and a 4 ton single stage A/C. and decided to go...
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    Advice needed on a Replacement System

    I am limping along with a 100K Bryant 90+ furnace and a 4 ton 10 SEER AC unit. The house is ~ 4300 sq ft. with three zones of similar size. The furnace has a bad secondary HX and the compressor was...
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