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    I carry a second container so I can quickly...

    I carry a second container so I can quickly exchange them on the pump. The containers can be refilled. I have a gallon of the Appion oil so I can refill the containers.
  2. Thread: Nest?

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    NOT! Nest does not share with technicians how...

    NOT!
    Nest does not share with technicians how it operates. That makes it frustrating to diagnose. Tech support is ignorant of how HVAC systems work. Nest is not compatible with dual fuel systems....
  3. Thread: Trane WSHP

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    Both of your statements are true.

    Both of your statements are true.
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    The leak may have damaged the control board. Or...

    The leak may have damaged the control board. Or maybe it didn't. The only way to know is to have a tech diagnose it.
  5. Thread: petes plug

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    I just use my lineman's pliers on the stem to...

    I just use my lineman's pliers on the stem to pull the probe out.
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    The "36" in the model number probably means 3 ton...

    The "36" in the model number probably means 3 ton drive. However, I'm not a Trane dealer, so that's my best guess. :grin2:
  7. Wes, I'm afraid you won't find any help here....

    Wes,
    I'm afraid you won't find any help here. This site is for professional technicians. We are allowed to answer general questions, but DIY advice is forbidden.
  8. Thread: New here

    by kdean1
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    No secrets there. A collection of posts and...

    No secrets there. A collection of posts and articles from knowledgeable people.

    But you need the secret handshake. :)
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    Literally ALL the pros say it won't work, but...

    Literally ALL the pros say it won't work, but you're going to do it anyway. Why not just burn the money?
  10. Thread: New here

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    Hi Paul. Welcome to the site. :putergreet:...

    Hi Paul. Welcome to the site. :putergreet:
    You'll enjoy the education side when you get pro status.
  11. I shudder to think what sort a system your...

    I shudder to think what sort a system your neighbor got from a warranty company. All of the work I've seen by contractors hired by home warranty companies has been shoddy to the point of dangerous...
  12. Most furnace manufacturers prohibit using the...

    Most furnace manufacturers prohibit using the equipment during construction because of the dirt involved. Such use can void the warranty. Leaving the filter out only makes it worse, much worse.
    ...
  13. Ditch the 3M Filtrete air filter because it...

    Ditch the 3M Filtrete air filter because it restricts air flow even when new. Use a 1" fiberglass filter.
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    That's mine. I want it ba... Nevermind.

    That's mine. I want it ba...
    Nevermind.
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    Tell me how it goes. :couch:

    Tell me how it goes. :couch:
  16. Explanation - the system needs a certain amount...

    Explanation - the system needs a certain amount of air flow. Many, if not most houses, have barely enough air flow because of poor duct design and installation. Closing registers will reduce air...
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    The equipment should be selected by calculating...

    The equipment should be selected by calculating the load, which takes into account 117* expected temperatures. Mini splits will cool exceptionally well. Plus they are zoned - each indoor unit has a...
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    Yellow+blue. They couldn't get it in green so...

    Yellow+blue. They couldn't get it in green so they made their own.
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    Oversizing air conditioners causes poor...

    Oversizing air conditioners causes poor dehumidification and more frequent cycling. Those are bad things.
    What gives rise to your questions?
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    So you're saying that if a part installed by a...

    So you're saying that if a part installed by a company ever goes bad they should replace it for free?
    Extended warranty policy insurance is available for an additional cost. If the customer...
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    yes. Why would you want it to cycle off and stop...

    yes. Why would you want it to cycle off and stop dehumidifying?
    It will run 100% of the time that the load is at 100%. That is not 24 hours each day.
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    A technician will be able to determine the cause....

    A technician will be able to determine the cause. The policy of this site is no DIY which appears to be the intent of your questions.
  23. way TOO low.

    way TOO low.
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    It is happening because something is wrong with...

    It is happening because something is wrong with the system that cannot be fixed by guessing or "figuring" and indiscriminately replacing parts. You need to call a REAL technician who will diagnose...
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    Oh good. I'm not the only one typing while naked....

    Oh good. I'm not the only one typing while naked. :grin2:

    Nice discussion, BTW.
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