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    Call Electrician !

    You need an electrician ASAP!
    That should have a 60 A breaker with 4awg thhn.
    Without knowing what you data plate calls for circut ampicity and using your 42 amps stated in your post ...
    42 x 125%...
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    If you are going to adjust dampers you could...

    If you are going to adjust dampers you could cause dammage or shorten the life of your system due to improper system airflow. You might concider having a zoning system put in so that the airflow...
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    A ductless mini split is the best option IMHO....

    A ductless mini split is the best option IMHO. The indoor section is away from where the kids could put stuff in it as they are want to do. And it is the quietest and most energy effecient.
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    I would suggest contacting an HVAC company to...

    I would suggest contacting an HVAC company to have them test the duct work. They will be able to tell you how much leakage you have and then tell you how much you will save with properly sealed...
  5. Heat pump frosting is normal. It will defrost ...

    Heat pump frosting is normal. It will defrost periodically. If you have Ice then there is a problem.
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    Have you looked at the Infinity Air Purifier from...

    Have you looked at the Infinity Air Purifier from Carrier?
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    Id Txv

    Call your service company back out . Could be many different things. I just had one the other day that was due to a failed indoor TXV.
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    Nec

    I would be concerned that this would become a Plenum or "other space used for enviromental air". If this is the case then you should be aware that you cannot have any wiring in this "plenum" per the...
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    Jim you should read this from the EPA refresher...

    Jim you should read this from the EPA refresher course
    http://www.epatest.com/faq/R410A/#C1
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    I agree that 1 the system could be undercharged...

    I agree that 1 the system could be undercharged originally and 1 or 2 pounds could make a big difference. And insulation will make the greatest difference.
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    I suggest having your system Zoned. That will...

    I suggest having your system Zoned. That will allow you to do the same thing but without the damage to your equipment.
  12. I have changed out noisy transformer without any...

    I have changed out noisy transformer without any argument at all at no charge at all if I just installed the system less than a year ago. It would be covered by the warranty. If the customer don't...
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    We would be charging the labor and return for...

    We would be charging the labor and return for service fee.
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    If we installed the equipment then we wouldnt...

    If we installed the equipment then we wouldnt charge handling on the part with a parts only warranty.
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    You can't stock every part for every model for...

    You can't stock every part for every model for every brand.
    A pressure switch is such rare part to have a problem with that I don't stock them on my truck.
  16. Thread: Quick question

    by Dave-B
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    I often have the opportunity to explain this to...

    I often have the opportunity to explain this to my customers if they are curious about what the numbers on my service report mean.
    I tell them super-heat is the temperature of the refrigerant above...
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    This can become a deadly problem as in carbon...

    This can become a deadly problem as in carbon monoxide. You need repairs made that are best left to a professional.
    The Vent pipe may be sagging, The trap may be clogged, or a few other things.
  18. Well at least you are getting the frog zoned....

    Well at least you are getting the frog zoned. That will make a bit of a difference.
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    Probably not as long as it is not going through a...

    Probably not as long as it is not going through a fire rated wall like the attached garage.
  20. Thread: Expansion Tank

    by Dave-B
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    I always install them on the supply side of the...

    I always install them on the supply side of the boiler.
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    The key to a leak indication is the rise in...

    The key to a leak indication is the rise in pressure after you pulled the system down and isolated the pump.
    At 35 degrees water boils at about 5,000 microns. (760,000 microns is atmospheric...
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    If you do not have 5 feet above the top of the...

    If you do not have 5 feet above the top of the out door unit then it will not perform well and fail soon.
    If you must have it off the ground then put it on the roof 3 feet away from the edge.
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    You need 5 feet of clearance above the top of the...

    You need 5 feet of clearance above the top of the out door unit for proper dischage air flow.
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    I would not like to service a condenser 4 feet...

    I would not like to service a condenser 4 feet off the ground with no catwalk around it.
    Working on a ladder? is the ground level and solid?
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    If I want to test my set up I pull and hold a vac...

    If I want to test my set up I pull and hold a vac on a recovery tank.(tests and readys a fresh tank for recovery.
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