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    And now a word from our sponsors.....;-) Sent...

    And now a word from our sponsors.....;-)

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    Update, Packard capacitors has renamed their...

    Update, Packard capacitors has renamed their capacitors the "Titan PRO" ...of course they had to rename since no one would buy a Packard

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    Fedders used to distribute their air to air...

    Fedders used to distribute their air to air products in Jacksonville FL ...all I know is they no longer provide warranty for the junk they sold...never bought it, but heard about it . .if the brand...
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    I calibrated the Supco and increased the amount...

    I calibrated the Supco and increased the amount of bedrooms on the Prestige. Now by nine am the ppm is 1360 even with ventilation. Ventilation works, I checked it.

    Should just become Amish, iaq...
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    1250 sq ft, carrier infinity two stage 50%...

    1250 sq ft, carrier infinity two stage 50% capacity 3 ton, two zones, dehumidifier, six inch ventilation damper on a short run.
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    Got my IAQ55 now I'm scared

    Ok, seriously....the Supco CO2 detector reads 1360 ppm this morning compared to 525 ppm outside. BTW I have a Prestige IAQ thermostat with ventilation and dehumidification. The vent is a 6" Automated...
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    Sounds like you know more about airflow and...

    Sounds like you know more about airflow and quality than the responders...if I understand you correctly there should be no problem. Extended surface area filters are always superior to high static 1"...
  8. Ok..three years later...we have four of these...

    Ok..three years later...we have four of these systems with airzone zoning. The user interface is horrible, waiting on parts for over a month. Five weeks to go. Awesome performance...except when the...
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    Cap failures are caused by bad parts usually....

    Cap failures are caused by bad parts usually. Chinese made (Packard and others) are the worst. I thought everyone quit using those.
    AmRad has given us zero failures. I have seen some fail after...
  10. Is there any duct fogging chemical effective with tobacco

    Ok, I know the EPA has not registered any chemical for use on flex or ductboard, which is 95% of what our area has. Is there anything you can put in a fogger that helps or works completely?

    We...
  11. Thread: Dehumidifiers

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    Thanks, my home system seems to need dehum even...

    Thanks, my home system seems to need dehum even with the Infinity 2 stage running in the summer. Our humidity is crazy and I am weary of the floor model dehum. Nice to know it can do the job without...
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    If you can pull a vacuum down to 150 microns and...

    If you can pull a vacuum down to 150 microns and hold for 10 minutes....it's good.

    I would definitely recommend appion vacuum rated valve core removal tools....they allow the vacuum to be pulled...
  13. Thread: Dehumidifiers

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    Dehumidifiers

    OK, so is Ultra Aire a good brand? Seems like everything is junk these days....

    If I install one with ductwork in the attic, how much heat is it going to produce running the air through this...
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    These are also the guys that changed it from...

    These are also the guys that changed it from "GLOBAL WARMING" to "Climate Change".....
  15. Engineering my Infinity to be an on demand dehumidifier

    OK, the problem is my humidity is not controllable even with my 2 stage Infinity 50/100. At times the humidity goes past 60%-70%. Homeschooling 5 children with three meals a day may have something to...
  16. In order to succeed in HVAC you have to be good...

    In order to succeed in HVAC you have to be good at it. If you have zero experience you will have a huge learning curve. If you are already seriously mechanically inclined, then you may have a better...
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    Mitsubishi conventional air handler

    I see that Mitsubishi lists a conventional air handler on their web site. Anyone have experience with them....3 ton model number is PVFY-P036E00AA. Mitsubishi would have to be better than American...
  18. Just replaced 2 waterfurnace coils, 2 txvs, and a...

    Just replaced 2 waterfurnace coils, 2 txvs, and a main circuit board...envision split systems. Slow parts delivery, seems like they attempt to avoid actually paying the labor warranty. Coils, coils...
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    Running low superheat and low subcool....txv...

    Running low superheat and low subcool....txv stuck open.....you can add and add refrigerant....need new txv.
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    Jp, I bought an H10PM off ebay and something in...

    Jp, I bought an H10PM off ebay and something in it is not sensitive. What can I replace to make it work better? Got a new battery. It goes off only slightly on the reference bottle
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    Go back to the crack pipe

    Go back to the crack pipe
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    Got one sman3 back, two weeks later, the liquid...

    Got one sman3 back, two weeks later, the liquid side of the manifold will not allow recovery. Any solutions? It unscrews, but will not allow refrigerant to pass through.
  23. We see txvs every week running 30 sh at the...

    We see txvs every week running 30 sh at the condenser that were designed for 10-20. Lennox technical says this is acceptable for their equipment. No other manufacturer to my knowledge does. Had s...
  24. Yes, there must be enough refrigerant to drive...

    Yes, there must be enough refrigerant to drive the txv. Corrected.
  25. You should not gain 13 degrees in the lineset,...

    You should not gain 13 degrees in the lineset, even if it is uninsulated in the chase.
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