Type: Posts; User: pcp
Is the heat pump found. Is it a communicating heat pump.
Your buddy must hate you I know I would.
If it opens on limit in one stage it will run in another stage and may not lose temp. Don't assume nothing is wrong though. These limits are touchy and the furnace can run very close to limit temp
Look at the plug from the front not the back and see if it makes more sense.
I think I did one of these a couple years ago and I think you might be looking at the plug from the wrong direction.
We get $150 for the week, 1.5 time port to port and $25 per call. All companies should charge enough to make it worth while for the technician to give up there time.
It helps expose gas valves and inducers to moisture and they sell more parts.
Easiest to pull the burner box unless the installer glued in the combustion pipe. Company I work for has a lot out there where they glued in street 90s
How much does it cost to buy an egg at the grocery store and why is it so much more at a restaurant? People just don't think.
Is there a link to Carrier's memo? I can't find it.
Think you would need a nim control to do this.
Do you work for honeywell? I'm not a fan of nest.
Try putting cork pads under blower housing if its a vibration issue.
Bryant 383 has same HX.
Yes you can see them with the blower out. The dimples by the limit seem to be the last to crack, and they crack if the baffles are there or not, smaller units don't have the baffles.
That's the model number for your evaporator coil.
Pretty sure it dosent work because you need the other head to act as an accumulator. The unit recognized only one head is hooked up.
Mushroom the shaft?
Gotcha. If your doing a lot of town homes it will probably be flex. New construction is a good place to start.
Depends on the builder. What company?
Don't know how to do that with my phone. Put in carrier when you search for apps. Its carrier enterprises hvac assist.
Carrier has one works for Bryant also. Haven't tried any payne units yet.
Water in pressure switches. Replace switches and remove and flush trap.
Glad I'm not the only one that thinks some basic things should be known when a person gets done going to any hvac school. How to test certain components and what they do. Just to much other stuff...
Commenting on the school not the tech!