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    Good deal.

    Good deal.
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    Yeah that should work fine... all you have to do...

    Yeah that should work fine... all you have to do is pass air off the plenum through the water panel in order to make it work. You should also put a damper in your flex line off the plenum so you can...
  3. Well yeah... if you fail to plan, then you plan...

    Well yeah... if you fail to plan, then you plan to fail.

    In my 1st reply to this question I said:

    "Absolutely... But don't plant anything that will block the airflow to the condensing unit, and...
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    ok.. this will put you closer to the subject at...

    ok.. this will put you closer to the subject at hand

    http://www.nrel.gov/hydrogen/proj_wind_hydrogen.html
  5. The article also discusses the extra heat load...

    The article also discusses the extra heat load from the sun beating on the condensing coil.

    The answer is YES, it is beneficial to shade the condensing unit from the sun.
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    No... you don't want to cap it off, you have to...

    No... you don't want to cap it off, you have to pull heated air through the water panel.

    Here is a link to all of Aprilaire's Manuals:
    ...
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    what model humidifier do you have?

    what model humidifier do you have?
  8. Nice one sparks :)

    Nice one sparks :)
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    Poll: True.

    True.
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    Poll: ...not to mention 30"hg of vacuum is an...

    ...not to mention 30"hg of vacuum is an impossibility. If a "technician" trusts the needle on his/her compound guages to be zeroed perfectly and totally accurate then they are not a technician.
  11. Absolutely... But don't plant anything that will...

    Absolutely... But don't plant anything that will block the airflow to the condensing unit, and remember to give the service technician at least 2 feet on each side of the machine to service it and...
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    ...and the occaisional visit from the Nuclear...

    ...and the occaisional visit from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Dude :rolleyes:
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    Yeah you guys are right... Hydrogen is a...

    Yeah you guys are right... Hydrogen is a wonderful fuel, and very easy to produce... but not cheap. Right now its just not cost efficient or eco friendly to produce hydrogen: ie burning fossil fuels...
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    I have seen posts by others looking for manuals...

    I have seen posts by others looking for manuals for this and similar models of this air conditioner sold at Home Depot where the owners stated that they did not even get a manual when they purchased...
  15. Thread: humidifier

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    http://www.trane.com/Residential/downloads/manuals...

    http://www.trane.com/Residential/downloads/manuals/Thermostats/TCONT800.pdf

    Hope this helps :cool:
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    You geniuses better inform NATE then... cuz its a...

    You geniuses better inform NATE then... cuz its a question on some of their tests and the answer is true according to them.
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    I can almost see the lil wheels in your head...

    I can almost see the lil wheels in your head spinning... good to get all you guys thinking. Some good arguments were posted to this question and actually it got way more attention than I anticipated....
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    Some.

    Some.
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    That's true... and that's why ya can't beat a...

    That's true... and that's why ya can't beat a cold beer (or 5). Have a good night guys.
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    OK so it was the 2nd last thing I had to say...

    OK so it was the 2nd last thing I had to say about the subject... Great Argument Mark, but you still can't convince me that the air that has contacted the coil surface isn't cooling the rest of the...
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    Well this is the last thing I have to say about...

    Well this is the last thing I have to say about the subject... If the evaporator coil cannot cool the air below the dewpoint then its pretty friggin useless as an air conditioner.
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    Thanks BigJon... that was the point I was trying...

    Thanks BigJon... that was the point I was trying to make with the chainsaw, caulk and fan.
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    Good point Jeff... but fog does not have to be...

    Good point Jeff... but fog does not have to be present for 100% humidity
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    No... but it will heat the house

    No... but it will heat the house
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    Maybe if ya cut a hole in the wall with a...

    Maybe if ya cut a hole in the wall with a chainsaw and stick the condensing coil on the back of the frigde through the hole... use about 6 tubes of caulk to seal the air leakage between the cabinet...
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