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06-29-2008, 08:17 AM
We use a true start assists at my work place Beenthere
You outta see some of our installations because they are ultra perfect
I run a static pressure test on every system i work on and document it...
06-29-2008, 06:39 AM
2 wire superboost start assists are crap
06-28-2008, 05:50 PM
You also should have your ac tech ck the overall static pressure
If he doesnt have a magahelic on his truck he is not a very good technician
What is the sq ft of the area being cooled?
A 17 degree split is good and you arent undercharged by much with those system pressures
Probably had some left over from the `80s;)
What are your systems pressures?
sounds like you are low on refrigerant
06-26-2008, 06:27 AM
I went on a call the other day and the complaint was the upstairs system was not cooling as well as the old unit did.
It was a new install and i could not get more than 12 degrees split
06-25-2008, 11:34 PM
Nope i quit and got a dollar raise:D
I didnt read anything but good info from your posts
06-25-2008, 11:26 PM
Ok everybody join hands because we are gonna sing Kumbah Ya and feel some love in here:D
Nobody mentioned the whirlybird turbine vents, They have sealed bearings in them now days so you dont have to grease them;)
I dont know because ive never had to replace one
Later i am off to work, have a good one
oopsie, sorry dude
I remember seeing you as a kid when i was a fixing your mamas ac system
She was pretty hot back in the day:D
Tell her i said hi
Hell no i dont regret my mistakes, thats how you learn
I just wished we had the internet back in those days:p
**** a 4.0 engineering degree is admirable:eek:, you will do just fine
I got my first ac license back in 1983 and made a lot of mistakes but i was always honest with my customers.
Keep your integrity intact, work hard and everything will be okay
Good luck :)
Increasing your return will lessen the noise factor
Variable speed airhandlers are very quiet until they ramp up on the high speed for cooling.
Relocating to your attic is worth considering...
I generally dont like attic ventilators because most of them employ a shaded pole motor which has the least efficiency of any electric motor.
Usually they dont last for more than a summer of two.
Less than 8 minutes probably
Man you guys are harsh to the newwbies
We have a few of the new 10 yr carrier coils in the field and havent had any leakers yet.
The new Carriers are pretty nice and i would definatley chose them over anything American Std/Trane related.
Ive never cared for Carrier as a residential ac system but the new line is high quality...
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