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  1. sorry you apparently didn't read the rules NO...

    sorry you apparently didn't read the rules

    NO DIY
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    are you a tech??? change the gauges out

    are you a tech???
    change the gauges out
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    they are nicknamed Honeywell dumb valves for a...

    they are nicknamed Honeywell dumb valves for a reason
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    not legally. I've seen it done, but it's a big no...

    not legally. I've seen it done, but it's a big no no
  5. what that means when you set 200 to fossil fuel...

    what that means when you set 200 to fossil fuel except as mentioned above about defrost they will only run one or the other, not both. Lets say it's 43 outside a call for heat will start the heat...
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    screw R-134A it won't pull down below 0 degrees...

    screw R-134A it won't pull down below 0 degrees and depending on ambient (at higher ambient temperatures R-134A looses capacity compared to R-12 & R401B).
    R401B or MP66 is your best option and still...
  7. they have 10 different tests that I know of. I...

    they have 10 different tests that I know of. I passed, but don't remember the questions. either you know it or you don't. I think there were a few questions on rack systems
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    my favorite tool swings between my legs

    my favorite tool swings between my legs
  9. A CAPT 4961 is a very large coil. Probably larger...

    A CAPT 4961 is a very large coil. Probably larger than your original coil. Larger = less restriction. You didn't loose BTU's anywhere, now just have less restriction & more flow which is a good thing
  10. also older units like Lennox for example actually...

    also older units like Lennox for example actually have the heat exchanger before the evaporator coil. unlike most today blowing cold air from the coil all summer long with moisture condensing on the...
  11. x2

    x2
  12. your furnace is a 60,000 BTU input. 49,200 is the...

    your furnace is a 60,000 BTU input. 49,200 is the output=81% efficient. They need to do load calculations especially since more than likely your current furnace is over sized as was the norm back in...
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    unlikely and he has plenty of time it's his own...

    unlikely and he has plenty of time it's his own freezer!!!
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    or charge the old fashion way. By using the frost...

    or charge the old fashion way. By using the frost line method. If suction line is frosting slowly a little bit at a time remove some refrigerant until frost drops to just inside the box as the...
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    no that's OK the supplies are closed on the zones...

    no that's OK the supplies are closed on the zones that are not calling, the returns being open are irrelevant. Does the system have a bypass damper and duct?
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    X2 or merv 7, but if you still have high...

    X2
    or merv 7, but if you still have high temperature rise make sure any dampers (if they are present on ducting) are open and all registers (supply & return) aren't closed. As a last resort switch...
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  18. you are wrong on that one unless you're talking...

    you are wrong on that one unless you're talking about a 90% or higher condensing furnace. Modern 80% furnaces put out higher stack temperatures than the older 75-80% ones, because the older ones had...
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    eliminate the time delay!

    eliminate the time delay!
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    I would see if the humidifier can be relocated to...

    I would see if the humidifier can be relocated to the supply line. Pretty ineffective on the return
  21. I'm in Minnesota (zone 5) ditch the 16 seer. Not...

    I'm in Minnesota (zone 5) ditch the 16 seer. Not anymore comfortable than 13 seer and your cooling season is too short and the payback is probably 20-30 years or more. Sounds like your evaporator...
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    oh and by the way if you bought the furnace on...

    oh and by the way if you bought the furnace on the internet then there's usually no warranty as most manufacturers have that posted on their websites
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    strip heaters running

    strip heaters running
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    yea make pictures larger

    yea make pictures larger
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    although the higher efficiency would be a good...

    although the higher efficiency would be a good option for your area, you'll realize greater savings by sealing and insulating the house. Who said you're old furnace is undersized (the service tech?)...
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