Type: Posts; User: Kevin O'Neill
Dude. Please don't use all caps. Add some punctuation. Your post is very hard to read!
I use the H10G and love it. Works better on 410a than the H10B.
It is legal to add a little refrigerant to the nitro so your leak detector will do its job.
Now THAT is FUNNY!!!
the good lord must of invented the psychometric chart...... the next day he invented whiskey...... it really is a valuable tool ......
After enough whiskey....it could be anything!! :angel:
You may want to check with the manufacturer. someone else may have replaced the original control and changed the length already.
If you know your air flow and the Dry Bulb (DB) and Wet Bulb (WB) of both the supply and return air, you can calculate your cooling capacity. If you take the readings at the supply and return...
That is the way they are here too. Their name used to end "Heating and Cooling". Their nickname ended "Cheating and Fooling". I stand against putting techs on commission. Just a bad idea.
My H10-G finds R410a leaks just fine. Make sure you have the G.
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I have tested the systems at my home and business. With the fan switch set to ON, the RH increases about 15%
Must be a bad TXV!
Really now, start a new thread!
The brighteners degrade the coil over time. They actually dissolve metal because they are so corrosive. If you use them, rinse for at least 20 minutes to get the residue off. Near salt air they can...
When you check the indoor coil and determine if it is a piston or TXV, write it down inside the service access panel outside. I use a paint marker. That saves time the next trip out.
They were absorption systems. I have had it explained to me. They make perfect sense....for about a day. Then you say HUH?!
There is no mechanical compressor, and water is the refrigerant. Some...
Sell them a Service Agreement with 2 tune-ups a year. Add 3 pan pills on every tune-up as preventative maintenance.
put some algaecide in the furnace condensate drain if you have one.
Browned butter sauce!? What is that? It sounds yummy!
Lennox says use only R-22 as a flush and capture it in a recovery drum. I have never done that, not with the price of R-22.
We had oil fill plugs on our vacuum pumps fall apart. We would unscrew them to change the oil in the vacuum pump and they fell apart in your hands. Now EVERY time we use flush, the vacuum pump oil...
We stopped using flush a couple of years back. Time and cost were both factors. Plus I have been told mineral oil mixes fine with poe. We have not had any problems since we switched to just blowing...
I would lose the 3M filter and replace with a fiberglass filter. 3M filters are very restrictive.
Been there, what kind of ducts do you have? With good air flow you can cool below 68 degrees.
Sounds like the OP knows how to make it, but not how to use it. :.02:
I made my own excel spreadsheet. Then I got documents to go for my cell phone. I have what I need, not what I don't need.
I heard Goodman started the dry units. Then I heard Nordyne started it. Our Goodman rep says Goodman was first. I don't know for sure who started it but Nordyne sells very few dry units around here....