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Gotta love computers. I run into strange problems like this myself from time to time with my pc I built from scratch.
The only thing I can think of is that you need to go into the system setup where...
09-17-2008, 06:04 PM
Maybe FEMA, Red Cross,and the others were actually able to be more responsive and more prepared this time around.
A big part of the New Orleans rioting was due to weak preperation and rescue efforts.
The Honeywell Focus Pro 6000 is simple, has 5 yr warranty, and installs fairly easy.
Since you have a heat pump you will want to get a 2-1 (2heat 1cool) or 2-2 (2heat 2cool).
If choosing pro...
Call service tech and pay what it's worth to save the system from failure.
It may just need a proper refrig adjustment.
I have never heard of changing the oil in a compressor. I couldn't see why you would need to.
09-04-2008, 10:24 PM
No DIY!! Y? Because, Thats why.
Your HVAV guy is absolutely right about the r-22 phase out.
I would go with the 410a any brand rather than deal with the future expenses you are facing with 22.
My honest opinion- Rheem is better...
09-04-2008, 10:13 PM
If you have to ask this question, you shouldn't do anything but call your local service tech.
Of course it may work, however to say that without actually seeing the layout is difficult.
There are some things to consider first... Will it be an 'eye sore', and if so is it worth the need for...
With this setup, that t-stat is designed to switch from heat pump to backup heat if the outside air temp drops below the heat pumps operating range.
(IE: most in my area are set for 25-30 degrees....
08-27-2008, 06:59 PM
I've had this happen too. But the guy asked if he could first. First I said no thanks, but he practically begged and said it would be free of charge.
So, why not. Of course I gave him a couple of...
08-27-2008, 11:43 AM
If the indoor coil is 10 seer and the outdoor coil is 13 seer, you will only get about 9 seer or even worse. Strange as it seems it is this way.
The new unit could be damaged if floodback occurs....
Depending on what state you are in, you may still be able to recover money by means of court. See, if this person already paid a partial payment- get a copy of the check and that is a good start to...
08-19-2008, 10:49 AM
One thing you could do is get some dish soap and pour some over the area that you think is leaking. Most likely at the weld. If you get constant bubbles even after wiping the initial bubbles off you...
It is my understanding that you absolutely do not want to risk mixing r-22 with r-410a. This is a potential for many future problems, just one being a failed compressor. Even flushing lines does not...
I myself would go with a new unit rather than gamble on a used compressor.
Unless the cost of the used compressor is free.:rolleyes:
The higher the seer the more efficient, however it will...
07-16-2008, 07:43 PM
The bottom line- They both work together. Cap and schrader.
The schrader seals as best it can, then the cap guarantees a seal if installed properly. My answer is Both.
Another thing; the schrader...
07-16-2008, 03:24 PM
Well that may be true for many Americans, but the fuel prices aren't doing any good for us small companies who must drive trucks and vans heavy with parts and tools.
07-16-2008, 03:20 PM
Now if only the wages and benefits would rise with the cost of living,(which is partially driven by oil prices),
maybe Americans would be able to pay for our services... and business would be a hell...
Trane is great by my opinion, but you know what they say about opinions.
Lennox is great as long as it doesn't break down.
I agree that the system is only as good as the installer. However in my...
07-06-2008, 03:20 PM
Those would be the electrical disconnect boxes. These are not what I was thinking of. Good luck, SE
07-06-2008, 01:05 PM
I am thinking thermostat issues as well.
Ask your service guy if he has a temporary thermostat that he is willing to put in place of the existing one for about a week,(Or if you have an older t-stat...
Here's what you do now;
Take the car to a certified mechanic shop that works on a/c.
Tell them what was happening before and what you did with it.
Ask them what it would cost to repair this mess....
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