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  1. I'd be checking all other electrical and...

    I'd be checking all other electrical and electronic items in the home also for proper function. A call to your homeowner's insurance carrier might be in a good call also.
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    Desired cycle time in a perfect world is no...

    Desired cycle time in a perfect world is no cycles, the unit comes on and supplies the exact amount of conditioning that the home requires 24/7. In reality what a professional sizes for is what the...
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    Looks like they even braced that rooftop to keep...

    Looks like they even braced that rooftop to keep it from tipping over.
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    A 2 1/2 ton system from 25 years ago has 25 years...

    A 2 1/2 ton system from 25 years ago has 25 years of wear, dirt accumulation and a lot less efficiency than one bought today. It's about the same as comparing how a car that is 25 years old and has ...
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    The only way to discount the water flow issue is...

    The only way to discount the water flow issue is if all of the units in the building, including the one you're having issues with, have the water plumbed in a series loop. I'm guessing that is not...
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    Is the entire system cycling on and off, both the...

    Is the entire system cycling on and off, both the indoor and outdoor components?

    At that temperature indoors I would suggest that the unit should never cycle off the unit until maybe it gets...
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    I've seen some manufacturer's instructions that...

    I've seen some manufacturer's instructions that cover winterizing. Do it right everything is fine. Don't do it or do it wrong and you've got broken parts.
  8. Having installed these units, yes there is...

    Having installed these units, yes there is conflicting information between what is in the paperwork that comes with the unit and what is posted on Carrier's website. I go by what the paperwork that...
  9. The problem is avoided with newer equipment by...

    The problem is avoided with newer equipment by making sure that a qualified installer installs it following all applicable rules, codes and manufacturer's recommendations. The second way is to make...
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    I thought it looked like soaking wet particle...

    I thought it looked like soaking wet particle board. hmmm
  11. Did you happen to read the installation manual...

    Did you happen to read the installation manual for the furnace? It should be explained in there how each different kind of equipment arrangement should be wired.
  12. What are you using to measure the humidity? And...

    What are you using to measure the humidity? And are you using it to measure both the lower and upper floors?

    Are the lower and upper floors of the home closed off from one another? I ask because...
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    The limit should not be in contact with the heat...

    The limit should not be in contact with the heat exchanger. With what you found with the fuse I would be suspect of everything in that unit. Make sure the limit that is installed is in fact the...
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    Bag filters

    Bag filters
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    X2

    X2
  16. The SP #'s you are reporting tell the whole...

    The SP #'s you are reporting tell the whole story. The zones are not sized properly for the capacity of at least the AC part of the system.

    The carrier zoning does not use a bypass/dump damper...
  17. So you and your contractor has identified that if...

    So you and your contractor has identified that if zone 2 is partially open there is no whistling. But to try and solve the problem (it whistles) when it is closed he's trying to seal it tighter? I...
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    What you are experiencing is the fact that one...

    What you are experiencing is the fact that one size does not fit all situations. The unit "sounds" like it is correctly sized for your hottest days in which it will run longer cycles. Longer cycles...
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    The round pipe looks to be old. I say that...

    The round pipe looks to be old. I say that because the tape on the joints looks a lot like the old asbestos type that used to be installed.

    They possibly could be replaced by rectangular...
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    From here it sounds like (possibly) your...

    From here it sounds like (possibly) your contractor, for whatever reason, is in a bit over his head. If they are willing, ask them to call in a technical representative from where he brought the...
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    You have a warranty that Amana puts on it's...

    You have a warranty that Amana puts on it's equipment to help ensure their customers are satisfied with the product they purchase. Are you satisfied? The same concern for your satisfaction should...
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    Keep pushing the contractor to get whoever...

    Keep pushing the contractor to get whoever installed the intake to come out and take a look at it. I've heard them do this and the noise usually comes from the damper that is installed "somewhere"...
  23. I seriously doubt that the thermostat had...

    I seriously doubt that the thermostat had anything to do with the AC dying at 25 years old. Did you ask the contractor if he thought it did? It probably was just a untimely coincidence..... like...
  24. Ever hear the saying "If you don't have time to...

    Ever hear the saying "If you don't have time to do it right the first time, you surely don't have time to do it over and over again."? And most customers aren't going to keep handing your company...
  25. Ok, let me play service manager: 1) What were...

    Ok, let me play service manager:

    1) What were your resistance readings on the windings and to ground?
    2) What did the original capacitor measure for the compressor?
    3) What voltage did you...
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