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    Really old Aspen. Try an ADP.

    Really old Aspen. Try an ADP.
  2. The brand isn't as important as who puts it in. ...

    The brand isn't as important as who puts it in. You'll pay a lot more for a Carrier, but the warranties are similar. We don't discuss pricing on this website, as prices can vary considerably based...
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    They are also supplying the "bullet" (or bazooka...

    They are also supplying the "bullet" (or bazooka if you like) style terminations. We sell tons of them.
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    Several things may have happened. Someone may...

    Several things may have happened. Someone may have wired it wrong, there might have been a part failure and a tech "rigged" it to work off of one thermostat, etc. Someone that understands wiring...
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    It may recirculate as it sits, but if the...

    It may recirculate as it sits, but if the installation specs state a 12" separation then it should have one. That would be a great spot for a flat termination kit.
  6. Sounds like it's too small. You probably need...

    Sounds like it's too small. You probably need one with a larger burner capacity.
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    If you're having an issue with one of the...

    If you're having an issue with one of the windings inside the compressor it may run for a bit before overheating and stopping. If a winding is bad you can't repair it, you would need a new...
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    You're concentrating on the complete wrong area...

    You're concentrating on the complete wrong area of the purchase to be worried about. You should be much more interested in the quality of the installation that will be done. Is the unit the proper...
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    http://www.trane.com/residential/en/products/heati...

    http://www.trane.com/residential/en/products/heating-and-cooling/air-handlers/xb-4fwh.html
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    GMPN furnaces won't drop rings into the blower...

    GMPN furnaces won't drop rings into the blower because the secondary is directly above the blower outlet. You'd have to pull the limit and have a look. One quick way to find a bad GMPN heat...
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    Without seeing it, we can't really tell you if...

    Without seeing it, we can't really tell you if it's done properly or not. Most manufacturers do offer concentric vent terminations that would look better than just two pipes hanging out.
  12. It's not designed to run without the insulation,...

    It's not designed to run without the insulation, you could seriously damage it by doing that. Aside from condensation, I'd be worried about the longevity of the heat exchanger as well as all of that...
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    I have installed plenty of microchannel systems. ...

    I have installed plenty of microchannel systems. You cannot mix and match them, even within the the Nordyne world. Their HPs are still fin/tube and they recommend fin/tube coils to prevent issues. ...
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    Like I said, it's probably time for a new...

    Like I said, it's probably time for a new controller. The only way to be sure is to get it serviced and have them test it. Yes, they are expensive. That's one of the consequences of purchasing...
  15. Don't spend more than $3 or $4 on a 1" filter. ...

    Don't spend more than $3 or $4 on a 1" filter. The $20 super deluxe pleated specials add too much drag to the blowers and cause overheating problems. If you have dust or allergy issues, consider...
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    What was your subcool in cooling mode? What...

    What was your subcool in cooling mode? What brand of equipment are you working on? Had a bunch of Rheems do this to me, they were overcharged enough to trip HP in heat mode but cooled fine. Ended...
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    Honeywell ST9120C 2010 control board

    I read his post wrong. The ST9120C2010 *IS* a 40403-003. Armstrong originally used the Honeywell then switched to UTEC boards. The ST9120U is the universal. So, yes, it will work in an Armstrong...
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    Are you putting it in an Armstrong furnace? ...

    Are you putting it in an Armstrong furnace? Otherwise I wouldn't recommend it. The ST9120 is the universal replacement - the wiring may be different.
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    Check the usual suspects, amazing what Amazon has...

    Check the usual suspects, amazing what Amazon has available. That, or make friends with a local Carrier dealer and get it from him.
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    Yeah, the panel can be noisy with the little pump...

    Yeah, the panel can be noisy with the little pump in there vibrating away. Don't mount the panel in a spot where the walls will transmit vibration upstairs.
  21. If you're not a technician and you're going to...

    If you're not a technician and you're going to attempt putting an inducer in that furnace then best of luck to you. It's a delicate process, and if you don't do it right you're going to have a lot...
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    Except that you passed up multiple warnings...

    Except that you passed up multiple warnings before you posted that this site won't provide DIY help. We aren't like "most forums" in that we won't help you do something potentially dangerous just so...
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    Might be time for a new controller. They are...

    Might be time for a new controller. They are sensitive to static shocks, a small spark from your fingers can scramble it's brains. Have a Bryant dealer service it, they can also tap into the...
  24. Nice job, just a shame to see that junk Jackson...

    Nice job, just a shame to see that junk Jackson Systems board. A system that nice should have zoning to match, like Honeywell or Arzel.
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    Pulses are easy. Pressure test it and replace...

    Pulses are easy. Pressure test it and replace when it fails.
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