Type: Posts; User: dillon2
Sure sounds like sooted heat exchanger to me. Probably from badly leaking or plugged secondaries.
Seen a fair few amanas doing just that. ended up being a board and seems to be limited to the amh line ( gmh for goodman).
+1 on heat exchanger.
Correct, nitrides do indeed have a lower reading than carbides. I think someone here said tha 17 ohms is the magic number for nitrides but don't quote me on that. TGhe 80 ohm number for carbide...
Went to a not heat a few years ago. furnace out on limit. Found a new filter installed complete with plastic wrap. I decided it was a bone headed mistake and proceded to remove plastic. Customer...
Oh boy. Interesting idea but it could open a big ole can of worms.
Huh, maybe a heat exchanger problem? I know that a few years ago goodman installed screens in the heat exchanger in front of burners for some emissions standard and these can cause some combustion...
Are the secondaries ok? An awful lot of those failed over the years. This would have nothing to do with pilot problems, just something that should always be checked
There, trip now you son of a.....
Thats just priceless. And here I've been using the standoffs and evrything all these years. :)
Amen brother. I would have walked away imediately. The only solution I see is burn it down and start over.
Engineers, they're the smartest people they know. And no, I won't service it.
Holy glacier batman!
looks like a very pleasent place to work to me:D I been in some of those tight places before and had to think...if i ever catch who installed this i'm gonna cut their fingers off.
well isn't that special.
I wouldn't fix that pos. they need something from this decade.
What the he&* was that?!
Do my eyes deceive me or is that unit your gauges are connected to have a kinked suction line?
God, these are all really good. Now drywallers.... thats a wholenother story:D
Thanks, I needed that. God thats funny. Obviously one of the old carrier triple splits.
Had a water heater smells when running once. When i got there the oil water heater was humming away happily venting into the basement. Started pulling vent apart and found a mallard duck wedged in...
Sounds like my chili. You wanna really want to make people wonder? Try firing a " warning shot" while working in the return side of a running rooftop.:D
I LOVE IT!!!!! God thats funny.:D
Na, Thems just refrigerant traps.:D