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    Good to see someone else out there that does it...

    Good to see someone else out there that does it right! Thanks flounder!
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    Re: Quality Install better than brand!

    Good point andrew!!!
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    Re: Re: Re: Re: OK

    Yeah, but Texas energy code requires 1/2 armaflex on drain lines inside a building, even or should I say especially in the attic. [/B][/QUOTE]

    I can see that since an attic is a non conditioned...
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    Re: Re: Clearance

    Well, you are correct, according to National Fire Code there shall be six inches clearance from combustibles when using single wall pipe, one inch when using "B" vent.
    But that isn't what I was...
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    Clearance

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but I'm pretty sure it's 6" clearance from the front of the furnace to combustibles. I'm not a Lennox dealer, but 6" is pretty much the industry standard on 80% gas furnaces.
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    BS?

    Have you ever used heresite? I have, and have gotten good results. No, it will not make the coil last forever, but will add years to the life it, and the cost to the equipment owner is more than...
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    Sorry Boss, and fellow members. I let a very...

    Sorry Boss, and fellow members. I let a very rough week get to me and ended up venting here in the forum. I realize this was not the thing to do, and will do my best not to let it happen again in the...
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    Actually, a single pole contactor costs more than...

    Actually, a single pole contactor costs more than a 2 pole, at least they do in this part of the country. Generally, manufacturers use them because they're cheaper than an insertion, or wrap around...
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    Get a life

    Hate to be a dick, but you need to get a life.
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    Look again.

    Look again.
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    [ deleted by Boss iceman2_us, read this...

    [ deleted by Boss

    iceman2_us, read this http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?threadid=36056

    you are way out of line

    ]
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    So....what's your point? By the way, ICP is now...

    So....what's your point? By the way, ICP is now owned by United Technologies, which is Carrier. You have the right to sell and install any brand you like, I happen to like York. Having been a dealer...
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    Absolutely! And you did do a very nice job!

    Absolutely! And you did do a very nice job!
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    Re: Re: Goodman?

    I installed several Goodman units in the past, had problems with all but one system. Biggest problem was coils springing refrigerant leaks. I dropped my Goodman dealership in 1992, and went to York....
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    Looks good

    Other than the electrical tape holding down what looks to be the hose from the condensate pump to the furnace vent, and I'm assuming that's the vent for a 90+ unit. Please tell me that was...
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    Goodman?

    Job looks great, but since when did Goodman equipment qualify for the hall of pride?
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    Single Pole Contactor

    They used a single pole contactor for a reason, the idea is, keep one leg to the compressor hot to act as a crankcase heater. Never said it was a good idea, but it does work.
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    Gotta do what you gotta do.

    Looks good.
    We've all cut corners when it comes to clearance, because, after all, it's an imperfect world.
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    OK

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by Steve Wiggins
    A return in every room is not doing it right, it is doing it old school. We have learned a lot about building science since then. [/QUOTE "Old school" or...
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    Vent

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by hvacdr
    no vent on condensate line? thatll get one day [
    /QUOTE]Why trap or vent a positive pressure coil? Unless code says you have to. Air is gonna push the water...
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    Nice

    Very nice work, and professional, right down to the uni-strut and clamps. Two thumbs up!!
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    Returns

    If you're going to do it, do it right and put a return in every room but the kitchen and bathroom. If nothing else, put in "jumper returns". If the customer wants comfort, they'll pay for it, if not,...
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    Coat The Coils

    When replacing the system, have the evaporator coil heresite coated before installing. It does not hamper heat transfer, and the coil will last for years.
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    Line Sizes

    Up-sizing the refrigerant lines for a 150' run would also help.
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