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    Thank you bmathews, tedkidd and timjimbob for...

    Thank you bmathews, tedkidd and timjimbob for your input. I'm going to lock the thermostat at one tempertature and see what happens this winter, results to follow. Appreciate the thoughts from...
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    Thank you wahoo and dan sw fl for your input. I'm...

    Thank you wahoo and dan sw fl for your input. I'm sure there are benefits (health) to lowering the thermostat at night during sleeping, saving money isn't one of them.

    JOB
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    Thank you Bazooka Joey and 54regcab for your...

    Thank you Bazooka Joey and 54regcab for your input

    JOB
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    Seback thermostats why bother ?

    Hello, I have a seback thermostat in my home that I've used for the past 18 years, I've always assumed I was saving money (just not sure how much). I put up with the discomfort of lowering the...
  5. Thread: OVERSIZE UNIT

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    OVERSIZE UNIT

    Hello removed my humidifer from my forced air furnace. It was leaking and not doing a very good job. I plan on getting a whole house humidifer. The best I got with the humidifer was 35% in the winter...
  6. Thread: MOVING AIR HANDLER

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    Air Handler

    Thanks for the quick reply. I also wondered if it would be cost effective to do this. My other unknown was what the impact would be on moving the air hanler to the middle of the house....
  7. Thread: MOVING AIR HANDLER

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    MOVING AIR HANDLER

    Hello, I had a oil fired furnace upgraded to a gas furnace. The orginal furnace was at the end of the house to accomadate the hot water heater. I can have the furnace moved to the middle of the house...
  8. Thread: WHAT TO DO

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    WHAT TO DO

    Hello, I have a home that had an oil fired hot air furnace that was rated at 120,000 btu @ 78% efficency. The heat exchanger failed an I had the unit replaced with a gas (propane) furnace rated at 90...
  9. Thread: Odd Question

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    Odd Question

    Hello, I have a 2 floor central hall colonial (apx 3100 sq ft.)with a propane forced air furnace. The heatings sysytem is fine. I have an opportunity to install a wood burning stove in the unheated...
  10. Thread: Proapane Tank Vent

    by JOB
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    Proapane Tank Vent

    Hello, I have a 1000 gallons (buried) propane tank that supplies my furnace and stove. Today the the fuel company delivered 720 gallons, I now have aproximately 815 gallons in the tank (according to...
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    Hello, I live in upstate NY in a 3200 sq ft home....

    Hello, I live in upstate NY in a 3200 sq ft home. I switched the furnace from oil to propane about 2 years ago. I had a choice to purchase or lease the tank (1000 gallons). The dealer indicated he...
  12. Thread: Return Air Duct

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    Ac Size

    The ac unit is a 5 ton acccording to the tech who replaced the capacitor in the outside ac unit several years ago.

    Again thanks for the help
    JOB
  13. Thread: Return Air Duct

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    Return Air Duct

    Hello, home owner here I have a question and looking for input to make a more informed decision.

    Aproximately two years ago had oil fired forced hot air furnace repalced with a gas (propane)...
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