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  1. One programmable Honeywell t-stat will stop...

    One programmable Honeywell t-stat will stop calling for heat 2*F below the set point........... then after a few minutes, kick the furnace back on for the last 2*F until the T-stat is satisfied. Only...
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    The York Stellar 90% heat exchanger has a history...

    The York Stellar 90% heat exchanger has a history of problems. Primarily cracks found in the top portion of the exchanger where the burner flame enters. Have a professional remove the burner box or...
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    "The furnace needs a filter?"

    Ummmm... YES!
    Some before and afters of a furnace that hasn't ever had a filter.
    I think that mouse saw how dirty the blower was and dropped dead! HA!
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    I started a similar thread a while back....

    I started a similar thread a while back. Hopefully this will help you:
    http://www.hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?t=132682

    Here are direct links to some helpful information:...
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    I believe that those sizes refer to the furnace...

    I believe that those sizes refer to the furnace cabinet size of the blower compartment. Different sizes for different applications. I could be wrong though.

    Anyone else?
  6. Thread: Weather King

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    Correct me if I'm wrong. Aren't the heat...

    Correct me if I'm wrong.
    Aren't the heat exchanger warranties different between Rheem/Weatherking/Ruud on similar models?
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    I have seen it done a couple of times, BUT, seems...

    I have seen it done a couple of times, BUT, seems kinda silly to use a water heater just to save a couple buck$ on installation. The life expectancy of the water heater might actually become MUCH...
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    Manufactures recommend replacing the entire water...

    Manufactures recommend replacing the entire water heater of any submerged unit that has a "flame guard" style bottom. IE State & AO Smith.
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    Pick up the book, "Pumping Away" by Dan Holohan....

    Pick up the book, "Pumping Away" by Dan Holohan. It has a wealth of information regarding piping options for hydronic systems. Lots of diagrams too.
  10. AHhhh... oh well. Just checking. I'm sure more...

    AHhhh... oh well. Just checking. I'm sure more help is to follow...
    Good Luck!!
  11. Do you have any other options beside electric...

    Do you have any other options beside electric heat/heat pump? I.E. natural gas, propane, oil, Etc...

    The only reason I ask is because in my area of the country, Rochester NY, electricity is one of...
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    In most applications an isolation relay can be...

    In most applications an isolation relay can be installed to solve the problem...
    I really can't go much further due to site rules.
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    If it's a continuing pilot outage problem... ...

    If it's a continuing pilot outage problem...
    Are you sure the T-couple is at fault? Have you checked the DC millivolt reading before replacing the T-couples?
  14. ON A SIDE NOTE... Last year I ran into a few...

    ON A SIDE NOTE...

    Last year I ran into a few condensing units where the schrader ports were tapped too deep. The schrader cores were then seated so far down, that they would not depress when...
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    As a personal note... I recently installed a...

    As a personal note...

    I recently installed a 90% furnace in my home. The day it was installed, I was being lazy and only put in an exhaust pipe, no intake. Furnace is located in the basement.
    ...
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    NOTE: This picture was taken in the training lab...

    NOTE: This picture was taken in the training lab of the company that I work for. We have various types of equipment that is constantly being taken apart for training purposes. This equipment is in...
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    Thanks for the replies. Microamp... That...

    Thanks for the replies.

    Microamp... That article was very helpful.

    Here are a few more links that I have found. The second link is from a study performed in 1998 by the Gas Research...
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    chemical effects on flame sensors

    Hello,

    I am looking for information regarding the effects of household chemicals on flame sensors. We have a client whose flame sensor reading drops below 1.0 micro-amp every 4 to 6 months. The...
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