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    You seem to know what you're talking about but if...

    You seem to know what you're talking about but if I understand correctly by your math it would cost $72 per month just for the evap fan. I don't think it costs that much to run the whole system in...
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    How much does it cost to run a fan on a...

    How much does it cost to run a fan on a residential unit anyway? I understand about watching your pennies but I can't imagine this saving a substantial chunk of change.
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    If ti was the transformer the fan wouldn't run

    If ti was the transformer the fan wouldn't run
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    Umm...a burned wire :whistle: Sorry couldn't...

    Umm...a burned wire :whistle: Sorry couldn't resist. Obviously it's low voltage, maybe Y was rubbing on metal inside the cabinet and finally got through the insulation. Although that would...
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    Gave it some time hoping for some more responses....

    Gave it some time hoping for some more responses. Not sure everyone understood what I was asking but thanks for your opinions. Pretty sure we're going to run returns from the bedrooms to a common...
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    I had to smack a lady's hand away from an open...

    I had to smack a lady's hand away from an open breaker panel once. Pointed to it with my sharpie and she went to touch it with her bare hand!!!! I can picture the call, "umm hey small problem here,...
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    Not thin skinned. I just think that guy's a...

    Not thin skinned. I just think that guy's a peckerhead. The kind of guy who walks up in the middle of a job doesn't make a move to help but starts talking smack. you know the type. Just my take...
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    Had that with a cuban lizard here. "Is that...

    Had that with a cuban lizard here. "Is that under warranty?"........."Ummm, sorry no"

    What's the deal with the smiling brick in the last photo?
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    I think we all knew what dcx meant when he said...

    I think we all knew what dcx meant when he said cap tubes. I'm glad I don't work with anyone as contentious as you. Maybe you do know your stuff but your focus seems more on arguing and putting...
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    You admit that you are new to it but say that you...

    You admit that you are new to it but say that you "don't see any problems". Then you make fun of someone for saying "the cap tubes afetr the TXV". I would bet a nice shiny quarter that you are...
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    It definitely seems that way. This is exactly...

    It definitely seems that way. This is exactly why I don't deal with used units from unknown sources.
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    AJM is a Rheem condenser model. They are the...

    AJM is a Rheem condenser model. They are the square units with the service valves and panel in the corner. Had a landlord with many properties by the ocean tell me that Rheem held up better than...
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    sounds like those are AJM units

    sounds like those are AJM units
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    Does your local supply house have the corrosion...

    Does your local supply house have the corrosion grenade? It's the same principal of "sacrificial anodes" that they use for marine applications. I don't know the exact science but whatever it is...
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    Can't imagine that your salt air is any more...

    Can't imagine that your salt air is any more corrosive then down here. I'll agree that units closer to the ocean have a shorter life span but 2-3 years, come on now? Where are you? Palm city,...
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    I had another post that for some reason did not...

    I had another post that for some reason did not go up. The AH is NOT in the attic. It's in a closet and we have a space that could fit a return riser.
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    My wife told me a story about two co-workers. ...

    My wife told me a story about two co-workers. Co-worker #1 says air is out and hopes she doesn't have to replace her 8 yr old unit. Co-worker #2 says good luck, my unit was ONLY 4 YEARS OLD and it...
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    Forgot to mention, here there is no code that I...

    Forgot to mention, here there is no code that I am aware of limiting the length of flex. By far the vast majority of duct system are flex with long runs. We don't have any problems as long as they...
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    All your replies are appreciated but just as I am...

    All your replies are appreciated but just as I am anti putting A/H's in the attic I'm anti transfer grills. They'll transfer sound just as well as air, plus it's so 1940's. Ditto for the undercut...
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    Strange, I've never heard that about not going...

    Strange, I've never heard that about not going through the attic for returns due to extra heat. It's all insulated so it shouldn't matter. When you say transfer do you mean room to room through...
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    Ducted or open Returns?

    I know double posting is frowned upon but I put this question up in pro section about 3 days ago and no hits so I'm trying again here.

    Helping a good friend with his home and right now there is...
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    I see and raise your dumb sparky story. Hadthe...

    I see and raise your dumb sparky story. Hadthe same thing but in the service corner of a Trane condenser set on roof. Through the plastic base, in the corner that's exposed to the elements! ...
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    Ran across that once. The inside looks like a...

    Ran across that once. The inside looks like a chinese paper yoyo. Was the motor bad too?
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    Have heard good things about the union but still...

    Have heard good things about the union but still don't think it's right for me here in SoFla. Hope it works out for you Keep us posted to how it goes, you might even change my opinion. Goood luck.
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    All I know is that if I went Union I would have...

    All I know is that if I went Union I would have to start over at helper wage despite knowing what the hell I'm doing and thatis not an option for me. That and the fact that if I guy is useless or...
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