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To Shophound 3-29-05
I understand what you are saying.
Interestingly, the Bryant dealer/tech read this site thread yesterday, and sent me e-mail denying he said super heat can't be checked on...
To Dash 3-28-05
You write about a sensing bulb on the TXV line. What does it look like and where is it attached? I'll look myself.
The Bryant dealer/distributer tech refuses to come out to...
To lcimpala65 3-28-05
You have an intriguing web name. I'll bet that there is an interesting story behind it.
I sold waterless greaseless cookware directly to consumers in their home 1957 to...
To tiknocker 3-27-05
Are you saying that despite being insulated the ductwork can build condensate? Should I always close off the grills and put plastic around the return filter in the hallway as...
To Chillbilly 3-27-05
I guess this is the old shoulda, coulda, woulda. I'm not sure the workers for this contrator were very qualified.
If I had met theworkers when I met him, I don't believe...
To Icimpala65 3-27-05
I'm saddened you feel so negatively about my concerns.
Secondly, I'm not "looking for something to use against my contractor"
I am hoping to understand enough about my...
To Fat Eddy 3-27-05
The filter is at the return grill in the living area hallway and is the same size as before.
Thanks for your interest firstname.lastname@example.org
To Tinknocker 3-27-05
Thanks for the thoughts. I believe that u bend in the condensate pipe in the attic was probably filled with frozen water in January and February here in New England but next...
To Golan 3-27-05
Thank for your suggestions re smoke candles.
I bought smoke candles last summer and used them in the attic near the return duct, with the system running, and found that smoke was...
Can you post the mod number of both the outdoor, and indoor unit.
The rep may have been from Bryant, or the distributor.
You charge may not be right and could cause the humidity to be high. ...
I put a 5gal pail under the condensate tube outside. It did not fill quickly. It took 7 or 8hrs on a 85 degree, 70 percent humidity day, to fill that 5gal pail.As I noted, I can count...
Thank you all for your questions and suggestions.
To elaborate: I mean the thermostat is set on 74 degrees on 24/7.
I have both a Bionaire and an Oregon hygrometer that are both properly...
I have new Bryant R410 2.5 ton SEER12 HVAC system installed April 2004.
Area being cooled is 1500 sq ft. House is Split Entry so some overflow to first floor. Living area is on second floor. Two...