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    thanks

    thanks
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    Anybody? Dash?

    Anybody? Dash?
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    Ahh, that sounds about right. I knew it was...

    Ahh, that sounds about right. I knew it was something like that but I just couldn't remember. :)

    Seriously though, does someone know how it works with the infinity? Thanks



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    What defrost method does the carrier infinity...

    What defrost method does the carrier infinity heat pump use? It was explained to me when I had the unit installed but it's been several months and now I forget. :)
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    That's why it's called "relative" humidity...

    That's why it's called "relative" humidity because it is "relative" to the temperature. Since colder air holds less moisture, you will get a higher RH reading on the supply air compared to the room...
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    I'm in southeastern PA (about 35 miles west of...

    I'm in southeastern PA (about 35 miles west of Philly) and I had an Infinity heat pump installed a couple of months ago with an Aprilaire 600 humidifier. It's hooked up to the hot water supply. I...
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    You do have night time, right? :) I would say...

    You do have night time, right? :) I would say that would guarantee you at least 9-10 hours of 100% (or nearly) low stage operation.
  8. I look at it this way. Cars are way more...

    I look at it this way. Cars are way more reliable now than they were 20-30 years ago (not to mention cars from before that time). And yet cars today have so many more systems and components that...
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    I have no intention of going with the lowest...

    I have no intention of going with the lowest bidder. I want a contractor to do the job that I feel has the skill and knowledge to do the job correctly. I've got the only Carrier Distinguished...
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    I've had 6 parts replaced in the previous 4...

    I've had 6 parts replaced in the previous 4 service claims I've had with AHS over the past 18 months. I've (so far) had no problems with AHS.
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    dash: Thanks for the info and advice. Yes,...

    dash:

    Thanks for the info and advice.

    Yes, I'm aware of the Cool Cash rebate. I just saw it on Carrier's website the other day. Waiting for a rebate program like this is one of the reasons I...
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    perpetual_student: Thanks for the info. ...

    perpetual_student:

    Thanks for the info.


    dash:

    Should a load calc be free, or at the very least built-in to the price of a new system if I were to go with the contractor? Or should I just...
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    dash: In my case, my house is part of a 15...

    dash:

    In my case, my house is part of a 15 year old subdivision. Many of the homes have heat pumps (all York if they still have the original equipment). The heat pump I will be replacing is the...
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    AllTemp: The reason I ultimately decided to...

    AllTemp:

    The reason I ultimately decided to get a new heat pump was because I didn't want a mismatched system with a new replacement unit outside and the old air handler inside. I have no...
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    I currently have a relatively new digital...

    I currently have a relatively new digital thermostat (Honeywell CT3611) that I installed (it replaced the old mechanical York thermostat) when I first moved into my house. However, I plan to get a...
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    golan37: Thanks for the info. I generally...

    golan37:

    Thanks for the info. I generally feel that the saying "you get what you pay for" is usually true more times than not. So, I'm not looking to get the rock bottom price. I feel that if...
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    Irascible: I hear ya! Basically, I'm assuming...

    Irascible:

    I hear ya! Basically, I'm assuming the worst and hoping for the best. Even if I don't get anything from the warranty company I've decided I'm still getting a new heat pump. So, if I...
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    I don't have a problem with heat pumps myself. I...

    I don't have a problem with heat pumps myself. I just have a problem with my 15 year old heat pump. :)
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    The backup/emergency heat is electric. My house...

    The backup/emergency heat is electric. My house is electric only and gas isn't an option in my neighborhood.
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    dash: Good questions. Without taking too much...

    dash:

    Good questions. Without taking too much of your time, are there any FAQs or posts on this forum that sum up what I should be looking for? And if your answer is "do a search", that is fine....
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    I'll refrain from naming the contractor (at least...

    I'll refrain from naming the contractor (at least for now). Anyway, I'm located in the western suburbs of Philadelphia and I've been having countless problems with my 15 year old York heat pump. ...
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