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    Amen, amen, amen.

    Amen, amen, amen.
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    Agree - good point and I imagine a good point to...

    Agree - good point and I imagine a good point to make for customers to dry and cool as much as possible at night and close up / drapes etc in day time to slow heat penetration.
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    Understood. We were wondering how you guy's...

    Understood.

    We were wondering how you guy's deal with extreme heat. Do units shut down or just run at minimal capacity when ambient get to or near max spec. This unit is supposed to max out at...
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    Agree - and it would probably knock the room temp...

    Agree - and it would probably knock the room temp down quickly as long as ambient wasn't too bad. We rarely get above low 90's here, and only for a couple days at a time.
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    + Exactly our thinking. Ya know, you get all...

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    Exactly our thinking. Ya know, you get all kinds of customers. Some of the technical guys over think but you have to deal with it respectfully if you want to get the work, eh.
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    Ductless Indoor Intake Air Temp

    We're in central NH so it rarely hits 90F. Have a customer who's analyzing operating specs. He has a concern that Single Zone units max out at 90F intake, vs Multi Zones at 95. We've never dealt...
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    This is the Ask Our Pro's forum, and only Pro...

    This is the Ask Our Pro's forum, and only Pro members that have been vetted by the AOPC may post advise, commentary, or ask questions of the OP here.

    You can find the rules for posting and...
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    We do lots of Mitsubishi's which aren't too bad...

    We do lots of Mitsubishi's which aren't too bad to get apart but are little tricky. I agree on the clean homes. We have many older, retired folks and 2nd home owners with areas that are pretty darn...
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    Thank you Sir, for the great feedback. I have...

    Thank you Sir, for the great feedback. I have seen units caked as you say, even with the filters in, (nicotine is a good adhesive for dust).
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    Ductless AC Evap Air Filters

    By non Bias, I meant not from the OEM or OEM Rep because as a former employee of an OEM I know they can sometimes give you a reason based on only theory or there could be way over-tight specs, etc....
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    Ductless AC Air Filters

    Would like to get some non-bias feedback on what if any problems result from not running the air filters in the indoor unit. (Besides allowing larger dust particultes to accumulate in the coil.)
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    Ductless AC Air Filters

    Would like to get some feedback on what if any problems result from not running the air filters in the indoor unit. (Besides allowing larger dust particultes to accumulate in the coil.)
  13. Suction Line size reduction on ductless unit.

    We're bidding to finish up a job started by another contractor. 1/4 x 1/2 lines are in the wall but owner wants a unit installed that calls for 1/4 x 3/8. Any experience on this? Feedback as to any...
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    Wall Sleeves

    Any suggestions to cross a 2 x 12 wall with 3/8 x 5/8 lines.
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    Munc; How long have you had some of these Daikens...

    Munc; How long have you had some of these Daikens in for? How are they for servicing, easy to tear down, or haven't they been in that long? How are they with defrost melt build-up, any issues.
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    To Suferman, I have probably one of the 1st...

    To Suferman, I have probably one of the 1st FD12's in NH I installed in fall 08. For supplamental heat (to my Hot Air) it has saved me much $ on oil. Since it's undersize for my newish 1500 sf ranch,...
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    We have not heard of these sales issues but one...

    We have not heard of these sales issues but one of our P/H distributors picked up the line.
    We did some pricing and seems a decent system as far as performance goes but with oil down (relatively)...
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    Interesting, thanks for the feedback.

    Interesting, thanks for the feedback.
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    Central / Town of Belmont, you?

    Central / Town of Belmont, you?
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    I'm aware they have new units comming. Didn't pay...

    I'm aware they have new units comming. Didn't pay much attn to the new Hyper because we quoted/discussed several and they were probably to costly so I didn't look at specs. Will now that you...
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    I have a Mits ductless heat pump customer who's...

    I have a Mits ductless heat pump customer who's interested in getting higher output at lower temps. He's heard about Acadia ands asking us to look into putting one in. This is north central NH and...
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    NH fish & game info says it's probably a big ass...

    NH fish & game info says it's probably a big ass milk snake.
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    Yeah, snakes and cats are probably your best bet,...

    Yeah, snakes and cats are probably your best bet, only thing is I wouldn't vote for rattlers. We've tried screeing in some of the holey outdoor units but they still seem to find a way in. We tell...
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    The tech pulled it out and waltzed it over to the...

    The tech pulled it out and waltzed it over to the woods. He saw it but was not really into ID of species. I looked on the NH Fish/Game website and am guessing it's a grandaddy of a Milk snake.
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    Wife thought she smelled........

    This was found in central NH. We didn't think they got this big up here. Anyone know the species. I'm thinking great grandad milk or corn? BTW the unit had been home to various rodents for awhile, I...
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    Agreed, and also it can potentially stink up the...

    Agreed, and also it can potentially stink up the place for awhile if it doesn't get eaten and dies in a tight spot.
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    Yeah, we found a way to ID the boy moths, but...

    Yeah, we found a way to ID the boy moths, but this method has been discussed and research indicates it's only short term because eventually they loose their potency. These new england critters are a...
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    Yeah, point taken. But at least after you change...

    Yeah, point taken. But at least after you change your undies you don't have another crappy mess to clean up eh.
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    Send them over here, there's not enough snakes in...

    Send them over here, there's not enough snakes in NH, especially in the Fall when the critters start building their condo's.
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    Here's another condensor with a squirrel nest....

    Here's another condensor with a squirrel nest. Made himself right at home. This 2 ton Mr Slim has open access to the control side. Apparently they don't have critters in Japan.
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    Interesting, ya know, I never did get out to the...

    Interesting, ya know, I never did get out to the field and inspect the young lads work that I've sent out there. I think I will have a look at the guts of this thing this summer.

    Our standard...
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    Critter Proofing

    I know there's probably threads on this but looking for any new input as well.

    We install mostly residential split systems and have frequent problems with mice eating wiring electronics in...
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    Interesting, ya know, I never did get out to the...

    Interesting, ya know, I never did get out to the field and inspect the young lads work that I've sent out there. I think I will have a look at the guts of this thing this summer.

    Our standard...
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    I didn't think we had any drain pan leaks that we...

    I didn't think we had any drain pan leaks that we verified but we've had a couple condensate leaks where we couldn't exactly find out what cause was.
    Hmm...now you've got me wondering.

    On one...
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    How not to test output temp

    So our most educated tech who's about to graduate with his HVAC degree.
    He's checking output at the vane of a mini split evap. Customer is standing right behind him.
    Whoops, sticks the probe in...
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    We've been installing Mitsu's for about 5 yrs....

    We've been installing Mitsu's for about 5 yrs. They came out last yr with 2 ultra high SEER models. I put the 12K Btu HP unit with 22 Seer in my double wide last Nov.
    We've worked on a few late...
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    Too funny bro!

    Too funny bro!
  38. For example - Mits M-series ductless -...

    For example - Mits M-series ductless - msza/muza15na broshure reports:

    At 47 F
    Rated Cap = Btu/h 18000 (I ass ume this means highest output @ 47 F?)
    Capacity Range = Btu/h 3,400-20,900 (This is...
  39. Btu Capacity - Specific on Air Exch Heat Pump

    The difference between Rated Capacity and Capacity Range?
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