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  1. Thread: New service Tech

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    senior tech...point under consideration

    senior tech...point under consideration
  2. Thread: New service Tech

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    As a service manager of three other Tech's my...

    As a service manager of three other Tech's my advice is always don't get impatient. Remember Rome was not built in a day, just remeber and realize you are never done learning. I learn somthing new...
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    Go to the Coleman/York supply house and pick up a...

    Go to the Coleman/York supply house and pick up a remote flame sense kit and the new ignition module (all in one kit), and I promise the problem will go away. Not a real difficult installation...
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    do you happen to have the model# of the furnace?...

    do you happen to have the model# of the furnace? Some of the older coleman furnaces required a special adaptor to pick up the flame current. Are you sure that the flame sensor is not tied to the...
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    Out of curiosity, what is the outdoor temperature...

    Out of curiosity, what is the outdoor temperature when all this strange stuff is going on? Then also what is the balance point setting at? Could it possibly be that the outdoor temp is below the...
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    Have had a similar problem with some Trane...

    Have had a similar problem with some Trane furnaces, have switched to stainless burners, and the problem has went away. Not saying it will solve your problem but it might be worth considering.
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    Firtly, it is a 100k btu furnace just a typo on...

    Firtly, it is a 100k btu furnace just a typo on my part.
    Temp. rise was at 56 when measured the other day, as for model number set it out today at the office to post but never had time to post it,...
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    Robo...homeowner made that offer, but never took...

    Robo...homeowner made that offer, but never took them up on it. Was hoping maybe you have some similar case and could give any insight on what maybe I have not checked already.
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    Yes, and to no avail. I really beleive that...

    Yes, and to no avail. I really beleive that there has been virtually no stone left unturned on this furnace. My only other thought might be along the lines of whether a secondary heat exchanger...
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    I agree it could be any one of the above, but...

    I agree it could be any one of the above, but usually when a furnace is rolling out like that it is searching for oxygen to burn. I have had baffles get plugged at the top of the exchanger causing...
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    Trap was leaking upon first trip out so it has...

    Trap was leaking upon first trip out so it has already been replaced, but nice thought.
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    Its an 80pk-8

    Its an 80pk-8
  13. I have never seen a mist humidifier work properly...

    I have never seen a mist humidifier work properly yet. I agree they make a good way of cooling of in the summer thats about it.
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    It's back! I have a 90% Goodman furnace that has...

    It's back! I have a 90% Goodman furnace that has a problem I simply have not been able to figure out. It started last winter, and now has resurfaced again this year.
    I will start from the...
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    I can see two sides to this question, zoning can...

    I can see two sides to this question, zoning can be installed for comfort but also can see where if used properly could save you money. Let me ask you a question about how you intend to operate your...
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    Hey I agree with Mark, had a very similar...

    Hey I agree with Mark, had a very similar situation just last month, and I had a electrical contractor check the connections at the service mast. It turned out they were loose, he tightened and the...
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    question

    I do not believe that Mark is correct, if indeed your dip switches are set correctly as you stated. Even if w3 is being energized you would still only get 1400 CFM not 1800. This is an interesting...
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    Good question. Both are essentially the same...

    Good question. Both are essentially the same thing. They bypass air from the supply back to the return. There are varying degrees of thought as to whether it necessary to do this. Some...
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    A question for you guys. Does anyone have a good...

    A question for you guys. Does anyone have a good way of checking cfm at a supply register, and be accurate? This is in a residential application. We have used a hood and have used a tif va105, but...
  20. Thread: question

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    Wolfdog....Thanks for all the help, but one...

    Wolfdog....Thanks for all the help, but one further question.I found some more information from Trane, they write in their literature that a 72 Kw heat strip package @ 460 3 phase requires a max fuse...
  21. Thread: question

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    fuse is sized times 125%, and you would not...

    fuse is sized times 125%, and you would not divide by three....i think.
  22. Thread: question

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    Wolfdog a formula would be helpful. I just now...

    Wolfdog a formula would be helpful. I just now read your reply in the pro forum, how did you arrive at a 100 amp fuse. I have come up with a 125 max fuse size as the mac is rated at 122 by my...
  23. Thread: question

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    I have a question for somebody out there. If you...

    I have a question for somebody out there. If you have a 72kw electric heat strip package on a 460v three phase service what is your max fuse size, and the next question is how do you figure it. I...
  24. Thread: How Long??

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    It depends...there are more factors than just the...

    It depends...there are more factors than just the ambient outdoor temperature. Would need some more info than what you have provided to completly answer your question.
  25. Thread: Carrier Furnace

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    Tom, Carrier serial numbers with only seven...

    Tom, Carrier serial numbers with only seven digits were made before 1970, the first digit #6 tells me it was made in 1966. For your own info if it had a one it was made in 1961, a 2 1962 and so...
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