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    So the tech came today. Good news is that he...

    So the tech came today. Good news is that he found several of the ducts in the attic were somewhat contorted. Bad news: he missed one of the rafters and went through my bathroom ceiling in my two...
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    I don't think it will be a problem. I have had...

    I don't think it will be a problem. I have had several conversations with the owner of the company in the past, the last one being in November. He said he would address everything when they do my...
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    Insufficiant air from some registers

    My home is two years old with a dual fuel hp/propane system. The home was newly built at the time. In gas heating mode I noticed that several registers produce very little air. While in HP heating...
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    My question is more of a generic one. I did a...

    My question is more of a generic one. I did a search on google and the answers are all over the place. Some say leave unused rooms closed and some emphasyze to leave them open especially with a hot...
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    No registers were closed in these rooms.

    No registers were closed in these rooms.
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    Best heat distibution with hot air

    I've got a two stage HP with propane back-up. The stat is in the living room. I have been keeping the two unused bedroom doors shut. When going into these rooms I notice that it is quite a bit...
  7. Difference between 80% and 95% gas furnace

    Could someone please explain the difference between an 80% and 95% gas furnace? While I know the difference relating to efficiency, I'm curious how different they are mechanically, such as why doe...
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    There are 15 registers in the main zone. I want...

    There are 15 registers in the main zone. I want to close four. The second zone upstairs has two registers that will remain open.
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    There is no bypass damper. One zone covers the...

    There is no bypass damper. One zone covers the main floor and the second zone is for the 15X32 ft. room above the garage. The registers I want to close are all on the main floor. None of them are in...
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    Already checked. There aren't any.

    Already checked. There aren't any.
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    Closing several registers

    I've got a two zone Carrier system. The ducting is in the attic and there are only two motorized dampers that feed each zone. There are several rooms that could use a bit more air. I have a walk-in...
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    Forgot to mention, Living area and master br have...

    Forgot to mention, Living area and master br have 12 ft. cathedral ceilings which obviously needs a lot of heat.
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    We are retired seniors. In our younger days 65...

    We are retired seniors. In our younger days 65 was comfortable. No more. You'll see. One of the downsides of age, but consider the alternative. Yes we do have a bypass humidifier. Usually keep it...
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    It is now 19 od, inside set to 72. It is cycling...

    It is now 19 od, inside set to 72. It is cycling on and off and only running on low stage.
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    Furnace running non stop

    New app. 2500 Sp. ft. home in NE Pa. Infinity two stage 60,000 BTU propane furnace. Last night OD temps 6 deg. Indoor stat set to 71 deg. Furnace ran all night mostly in low stage, and...
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    While the furnace is in a conditioned area, all...

    While the furnace is in a conditioned area, all ductwork is through the attic and down mostly exterior walls.

    The main floor is one zone, and the room above the garage is another. Stat on main...
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    Vent temp. variances in different rooms

    New home with hp and propane back-up. While in gas mode I measured vent output temps using an infrared gun. Some vents read 110 deg. while others read 95. In addition in room above garage, the vent...
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    This is the Ask Our Pro's forum. In order to post...

    This is the Ask Our Pro's forum. In order to post a response here, you must have verified qualifications and have been approved by the AOP Committee. You may ask a question by starting a new thread....
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    OK, 6 votes for hot and 4 for cold. Now I'm...

    OK, 6 votes for hot and 4 for cold. Now I'm really baffled. While everyone has opinions, who should I, being the novice listen to?
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    Bypass humidifier question

    My dealer will be installing a bypass humidifier on my Infinity furnace. Is it better to use hot or cold water for the supply, and why?
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    It's only my wife and myself. Lately, the outdoor...

    It's only my wife and myself. Lately, the outdoor rh has been around 90% at night and 40 during the day.

    Bald Loonie- Since it is only the two of us we don't generate much moisture since we don't...
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    Appropriate humidity level in new home

    My new home is heated with a HP with a 96% Infinity furnace for backup. Currently my humidity level is 32%. Is this sufficient? Mind you the daytime temps are still 40-50 and nighttime 28-35 where I...
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    Any other opinions?

    Any other opinions?
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    Based on Carriers site, Model 59tn6a is listed...

    Based on Carriers site, Model 59tn6a is listed as: Infinity 96 New Edition, and Model 58mvco is listed as: Infinity ICS Modulating Gas.

    It appears that these are both from the Infinity series. Am...
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    Need opinions on Carrier Gas Furnace

    I am in the process of building a new home. The builders hvac guy told me he was installing a carrier 58mvco furnace. I went to the home today and the furnace model installed is model 59tn6a. Looking...
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