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    And you would loose. ...

    And you would loose.

    http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1757531-Blower-Motor-replacement&p=20639521#post20639521
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    Thank you. Thread closed.

    Thank you.

    Thread closed.
  3. The circuits that are feeding, are being over...

    The circuits that are feeding, are being over fed. Those circuits are not boiling off the liquid refrigerant like they should. So you get a low SH.

    Really messes with your head(the one on your...
  4. A Prestige IAQ would be much cheaper then the XL...

    A Prestige IAQ would be much cheaper then the XL stat and the module your asking about.
  5. 1 of the caps is under feeding.

    1 of the caps is under feeding.
  6. You can't use that stat on any air handler or...

    You can't use that stat on any air handler or furnace but a Trane communicating one. Communicating thermostats are proprietary to each manufacturer.
  7. Thread: Puzzler

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    Here is my stab at it. You weren't the first one...

    Here is my stab at it. You weren't the first one out on a no cool call on this unit. Someone else was, and they just added charge until the suction got cold and then left. Good chance the TXV is...
  8. Do you have a Trane air handler or furnace.

    Do you have a Trane air handler or furnace.
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    The Trane aluminum condenser coil will last much...

    The Trane aluminum condenser coil will last much longer then a cooper tube aluminum fin condenser coil will.
  10. Humidifiers are generally rated at an indoor temp...

    Humidifiers are generally rated at an indoor temp of 80F and 60%RH. So at an indoor temp of 70F and 50%RH, they won't remove as much moisture. So a 90 pint a day whole house is probably the...
  11. With Carrier. The replacement coil is more...

    With Carrier. The replacement coil is more expensive then the complete air handler.
  12. Good chance that his registers are not sealed to...

    Good chance that his registers are not sealed to the ceiling or register box. And unconditioned air is being drawn in. This also adds to having humidity problems.


    OP. And over sized...
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    Why get a new unit, when you don't know if its a...

    Why get a new unit, when you don't know if its a cheap repair or expensive repair to fix yours.
  14. Poll: I would say more A/C units are replaced before...

    I would say more A/C units are replaced before they are 20 years old, then TXV failures.
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    Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
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    Might want to try and seal your home better. to...

    Might want to try and seal your home better. to help reduce the outside air from bringing in more moisture.
  17. Sounds like something is not right with the new...

    Sounds like something is not right with the new A/C. Call that company back to check it and correct it.
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    Its not. The cross over tubes are brazed in,...

    Its not.

    The cross over tubes are brazed in, right.
  19. Get more estimates.

    Get more estimates.
  20. Thread: New Trane XV

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    Sorry, I was thinking of the 2 compressor model...

    Sorry, I was thinking of the 2 compressor model for watts.

    Still, it should be running at near 100% capacity when the outdoor temp is at design.
  21. Thread: New Trane XV

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    Hopefully 91 isn't your design temp. At design...

    Hopefully 91 isn't your design temp. At design temp it should be using second stage 90 to 100% of the time. If at design it isn't using second stage that much. It is over sized. And you could have...
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    That tech/his company can get another coil for...

    That tech/his company can get another coil for it.

    If you were to supply the coil. And it sprung a leak 3 days later. You would end up paying the tech/company to swap it out again.
  23. He did you a big favor by putting them there....

    He did you a big favor by putting them there. Helps eliminate annoying vibration noise.
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    Probably nothing about a 13 SEER condenser.

    Probably nothing about a 13 SEER condenser.
  25. Thread: New Trane XV

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    Let us know how long it runs when you get to your...

    Let us know how long it runs when you get to your hot days.
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    Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
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    So is it an R22, or R410A condenser.

    So is it an R22, or R410A condenser.
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    Not uncommon for a larger indoor unit to be...

    Not uncommon for a larger indoor unit to be matched to a smaller indoor unit.
  29. Ain't gonna get 1230 CFM out, if you only have...

    Ain't gonna get 1230 CFM out, if you only have 675 CFM of return.
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    Sounds a bit like you had a sells tech.

    Sounds a bit like you had a sells tech.
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    Page 5 of the install manual I have. Shows it...

    Page 5 of the install manual I have. Shows it will work.
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    Its probably a 3 ton.

    Its probably a 3 ton.
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    You have to tell the controller what size the non...

    You have to tell the controller what size the non communicating A/C is.
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    Nothing. The furnace brand doesn't have to match...

    Nothing. The furnace brand doesn't have to match the A/C brand.
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    A little late now. But never try to make...

    A little late now. But never try to make something better thats working, just before a holiday.
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    If your ducts are in the attic. You might benefit...

    If your ducts are in the attic. You might benefit from a higher air flow setting.
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    Since its function is to cool the air, it won't...

    Since its function is to cool the air, it won't work as well as a dehumidifier in low outdoor temps(65 to say 75 when its raining). But it also won't warm the house up either.

    Tightness of the...
  38. Thread: Is it true?

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    Many HVAC techs will shy a way from whole house...

    Many HVAC techs will shy a way from whole house dehumidifiers. As they don't understand their importance.
  39. Most likely another issue. Call a tech before you...

    Most likely another issue. Call a tech before you burn out more components with that over sized fuse.
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    Did he leave a report of what the temp difference...

    Did he leave a report of what the temp difference is between the return and the supply.
  41. 2 stage is for comfort. Seldom will it pay itself...

    2 stage is for comfort. Seldom will it pay itself back in savings. It will generally help to keep your indoor humidity under better control then a single stage will, during lower outdoor temps(when...
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    A 70 pint a day, whole house dehumidifier only...

    A 70 pint a day, whole house dehumidifier only removes 341 grains of moisture a minute. Or about 1/2 pound in 10 minutes. Which is about what a small(1.5 to 2.5 ton) A/C will do in the same 10...
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    With thermostats having humidistats build into...

    With thermostats having humidistats build into them. And air handlers having VS blowers. They do a very good job of removing moisture, when sized and set up properly.
  44. Thread: Is it true?

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    New units don't know what month it is, and adjust...

    New units don't know what month it is, and adjust the air flow by it.

    He may have adjusted the blower to the size A/C you have. Its common for installers to let the blower set to the factory...
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    It will be more efficient.

    It will be more efficient.
  46. If the house only needs 2.5 tons. And the home...

    If the house only needs 2.5 tons. And the home owner isn't really interested in going up 1/2 ton in size to have 2 stage. Or his budget isn't able to handle the 2 stage condenser. No reason to push 2...
  47. VS with a single stage condenser works great. It...

    VS with a single stage condenser works great. It enhances humidity removal.

    A larger indoor coil can't get the humidity as low as a smaller/same sized indoor coil.
  48. Won't help much if at all, with the windows open.

    Won't help much if at all, with the windows open.
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    GMPN. Thats not a young furnace. Heat exchanger...

    GMPN. Thats not a young furnace. Heat exchanger should be checked for cracks.
  50. Thanks for the update.

    Thanks for the update.
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