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  1. Thread: blue crabs

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    Remove the shell and clean out crab, then add...

    Remove the shell and clean out crab, then add butter to both sides of the crab body, I use a spoon, add spices you like, lemon pepper, garlic ect.. I usually cook a couple dozen using my outside...
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    The recovery time on gas is alot less than a...

    The recovery time on gas is alot less than a Heat-pump, you could lower the set point on you thermostat while your not there, when you return, the house could be heated in a 1/4 of the time it would...
  3. Had to go back and read the orginal thread again,...

    Had to go back and read the orginal thread again, did not see where it said the unit got down to 73F, I thougth it only got down to 82F guess I need to read threads more closely, yea i would say that...
  4. Call the contractor back and let them check the...

    Call the contractor back and let them check the system, is the outside unit even running?
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    "No big deal" Could be a big deal.

    Changing out a 30 amp breaker to a 40 amp breaker, could be a big deal, the wire size must be rated for the breaker size, if the original wire was sized for 30 amps (#10 wire ) and you change the...
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    Call a Professional, that little red button is a...

    Call a Professional, that little red button is a roll out switch and is proably working correctly, which fan is not running the exhast fan or the inside blower fan? The switch should never be left...
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    Learn your house, every house is different, some...

    Learn your house, every house is different, some houses require you to change them every two weeks while others might be every three months, so the correct answer is change your filter whenever it...
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    I'm not telling him, I get in trouble everytime I...

    I'm not telling him, I get in trouble everytime I mention a HP
  9. Thread: Side Jobs

    by acjoe
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    NO NO, not with my truck, if an employee wants to...

    NO NO, not with my truck, if an employee wants to do side work then they can get there own equiptment, got a call the other day, my brother saw one of my trucks working in his neighbor hood, was news...
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    Just for fun, let us know, how you like the warm...

    Just for fun, let us know, how you like the warm air coming out of the vents and if your happy with a heat-pump,

    joe
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    Heatpumps do work below 32f and if I said they...

    Heatpumps do work below 32f and if I said they did not I was mistaken, what I said is that if the house is really really insulated very well, good windows doors ect, then heatpumps will work ok, not...
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    Sorry Tecman, I was being a little sarstasic. In...

    Sorry Tecman, I was being a little sarstasic. In my experiences in the HVAC world,(20+yrs) heatpumps do not perform well in temps that are below 30F unless the home is new with lots of insulation,...
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    My understanding from previous disscussions on...

    My understanding from previous disscussions on this site is that a heat pump should work just fine, even at temps below 32f, Maybe its under sized, have a contractor come out and do a load caculation...
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    I agree with davefr. I think there could be some...

    I agree with davefr. I think there could be some warranty issues.
  15. Thread: heat pump stinks

    by acjoe
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    dirty something, when was the last time the unit...

    dirty something, when was the last time the unit was serviced? Clean coils are happy coils, makes sense to me
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    Got to love them bug eaters, never had a...

    Got to love them bug eaters, never had a compressor fail abnormally, have you ever had a compressor to fail? was this normal ?

    Why does the compressor get louder when the temps get down really low...
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    Heatpumps work great, don't get me wrong, mild...

    Heatpumps work great, don't get me wrong, mild weather, well insulated houses awsome, but how many times have a home owner complained about the air feeling cold, this usually occurs when the temp...
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    Set the temp down really low thats good for...

    Set the temp down really low thats good for business, compressor replacement are on the rise, "Heat-pumps rule"

    Man I love this bussiness,

    joe
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    don't really like to run a heat-pump when temps...

    don't really like to run a heat-pump when temps drop below 30f, could get some liq back to compressor, not good, hard to compress liq.

    acjoe
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    The salt is not the problem. Fifteen miles in I...

    The salt is not the problem. Fifteen miles in I don't think so I see this same problem 100 miles inland. The problem could be low air-flow excessive moister but not likely, the problem is the crappy...
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    The drain pan should be used as a back up in case...

    The drain pan should be used as a back up in case the primary drain gets clogged up or the unit starts to sweat from low air-flow. There should not be any water in this pan. A float switch is a must...
  22. I always recomend 2 systems, on a 2 story house,...

    I always recomend 2 systems, on a 2 story house, If one of the units fail you have some back up, the systems seem to fail when its really hot or really cold, getting a competent tech to work a zone...
  23. Increasing the size of the ac, why? Cooling...

    Increasing the size of the ac, why? Cooling issues with old system? Insist on the manual J.

    Keep looking
  24. Thread: York issue

    by acjoe
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    Tried taking the thermostat out of play, removed...

    Tried taking the thermostat out of play, removed thermostat and jumpered the wires, rd y o g, together, still the heat strips came on, went the the package unit itself and removed thermostat wires...
  25. Thread: York issue

    by acjoe
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    York uses a control board, that have connector...

    York uses a control board, that have connector plugs, the unit had been working fine for years, I know the common terminal on the fan relay goes to the fan and the NC contact gets power from the heat...
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