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    Those tube things are junk. You need the...

    Those tube things are junk. You need the expanded mesh. Ive had tube units where they could get the panels off and they cut the condenser to get the aluminum out..

    but in all reality you need...
  2. Thread: Bryant txv

    by r-290
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    Little birdy told me it was cheaper for them to...

    Little birdy told me it was cheaper for them to replace the coil then to pull all the units on the shelf. So yes they are selling know problem units and letting the contractor do the...
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    The building codes here are changing. running...

    The building codes here are changing. running ducts in open attics will be a thing of the past pretty quick on new homes.

    They are making rules so the duct work needs to under the insulation...
  4. Quick note: One should verify the common lead on...

    Quick note: One should verify the common lead on the compressor and where it plugs onto the contactor so you plug the black lead from the 5-2-1 on the correct lug.
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    you can call the tech rep at your local...

    you can call the tech rep at your local distributor and he can tell you the expected loss. I've done that before when using lines sets not the same size as recommended. Yes you will not get...
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    Glad you posted that as all the inspector has to...

    Glad you posted that as all the inspector has to say is did you factor in for "not" in free air.

    http://www.barr-thorp.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/04/Digest-176-NEC-Tables.pdf
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    I don't see where I said that.:putergreet: ...

    I don't see where I said that.:putergreet:

    Maybe I should have told them chase headlights on the freeway?
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    sound attenuation ideas.

    Ok I just installed a furnace which is in a closet and the return air can is under the unit. Super tight on space.

    They had a 100,000 btu furnace, but load calc came out a lot less as they...
  9. Thread: Old r22 tanks

    by r-290
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    Yep, the blacksmith use them to make mini forges....

    Yep, the blacksmith use them to make mini forges.

    EPA says to recover and poke a hole in them.
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    Ok a couple easy things to remember. If you...

    Ok a couple easy things to remember.

    If you run 100' or more you have to go to the next larger wire.

    14 gauge uses a 15 amp breaker
    12 gauges uses a 20 amp breaker
    10 gauge uses a 30 amp...
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    I ask the distributor for there match up list. ...

    I ask the distributor for there match up list. just easier on me
  12. The pipe goes in the 90, the same distance as its...

    The pipe goes in the 90, the same distance as its diameter.
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    FWIW the only part you would see is the...

    FWIW the only part you would see is the bulb.:whistle:

    All the carrier/bryant and trane/AS txv's are factory installed and are inside the cabinet.
    maybe spec some equipment with them...
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    need Indoor Wet Bulb condenser dry bulb vapor...

    need
    Indoor Wet Bulb
    condenser dry bulb
    vapor pressure
    vapor lime temp.

    if you have a smart ph, down load check and charge
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    in the day and of R22 replacements, having mix...

    in the day and of R22 replacements, having mix refrigerants is a real concern.

    even with the price drop below $250
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    Indirect Waste Connections. Condensate from air...

    Indirect Waste Connections.
    Condensate from air cooling coils and the overflow from evaporative coolers and similar water supplied equipment shall be collected and discharged to an approved plumbing...
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    Maybe its the combustion air required? Having...

    Maybe its the combustion air required?

    Having a 5" hole in the side of the house might be an issue?

    A bit off topic, but how are you installing them indoors? Say the basement. Are you...
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    So the regulated heat tape is not burning down...

    So the regulated heat tape is not burning down house then?

    I looked at some stuff at HD, but it said not to use under insulation. Knowing the HO is going to add some insulation at some...
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    Try this site, its free and recognized by...

    Try this site, its free and recognized by everyone. It will give you the SEER or the AFUE numbers customer need to make decision on.

    http://www.ahridirectory.org/ahridirectory/pages/home.aspx...
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    One thought is to try to use some of the concrete...

    One thought is to try to use some of the concrete block cores to pull air back to the basement.

    You would need to seal those cores or the whole place might smell like the basement :-o
    At least...
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    x2 Just installed a Bryant heatpump and ...

    x2
    Just installed a Bryant heatpump and
    Sequence of Operation
    HEAT PUMP HEATING MODE
    (1.) Thermostat closes circuits R to G and R to Y. The
    compressor, indoor and outdoor fans are energized

    ...
  22. Thread: keeping dry

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    Out west they use a lot of roof top package...

    Out west they use a lot of roof top package units. I have these neo magnets that are super strong, I could tape them to the umbrella handle and stick it to the side of the unit. It's not to keep...
  23. Thread: keeping dry

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    What about some type of hands free umbrella?

    What about some type of hands free umbrella?
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    I would get a water resistance tool bag too. I...

    I would get a water resistance tool bag too. I find my tools get wet which never does them any good.
    I have a plastic tool box a friend gave me and it works good. My issue is it normally windy...
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    Oh, cold day here is like 30's I got a fix...

    Oh, cold day here is like 30's

    I got a fix for ya. Turn the attic into semi conditioned space.

    I guess that works when you can stand up in attic. I just spend like 10-12 hours working in...
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