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    Just about any solution is better than dealing...

    Just about any solution is better than dealing with the TSSA.
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    Good options

    Those guys are cheaper than me, but gave you some decent options.

    I would skip #1, #2 is a great furnace. I put one in my house and it's beautiful, the only thing I hear from it is water dripping...
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    Solution #2 is perfect. I just quit smoking at...

    Solution #2 is perfect. I just quit smoking at the beginning of the year, so now I realize how powerful that smell can be. Lynn has it right, diagnose then fix.
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    What kind of HEPA system did you put in? Bypass...

    What kind of HEPA system did you put in? Bypass or "HEPA"? I'm totally anti-cat, only because the litter box is always next to the furnace. Pets and HEPA don't mix well.
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    I agree...dirt. Seriously some people. Once I...

    I agree...dirt. Seriously some people. Once I have to step over dog poop to get to your furnace, I already have a good idea why the limit went.
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    Custom, custom, custom. Get the design done by a...

    Custom, custom, custom. Get the design done by a pro or you'll be sorry!
  7. Thread: Furnace question

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    Heaterman is completely right. In my opinion,...

    Heaterman is completely right. In my opinion, once I hear '92, and needs a new brain, I replace. You may replace the board and lose something major next week. Why bother?
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    I'm assuming the noise is from the indoor unit,...

    I'm assuming the noise is from the indoor unit, but what kind of noise is it? If you already have liner installed, good airflow (medium velocity?) and no noise from the registers themselves, then...
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    I'm pretty curious too. What's the air temp rise?

    I'm pretty curious too. What's the air temp rise?
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    Geo for sure

    I'm not sure what your fuel prices are like where you are, but I would stay away from propane at all costs. The price and quality of fuel here are enough to keep me away from it. The geothermal might...
  11. I wouldn't hesitate on this one, especially with...

    I wouldn't hesitate on this one, especially with the warranty. New compressor and board kit.
  12. I have no complaints about WaterFurnace, the...

    I have no complaints about WaterFurnace, the Envision anyways. Maybe they haven't been installed long enough but so far so good.
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    I always find with 410a and TXV, weigh in your...

    I always find with 410a and TXV, weigh in your extra charge, then do your subcooling. You might be surprised how far off the weigh in can be.
  14. We're not even allowed to keep a leaking system...

    We're not even allowed to keep a leaking system running without a complete fix, let alone top it up temporarily.
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    I have to agree with most people on here. The...

    I have to agree with most people on here. The money is good, the thanks from a grateful customer is amazing. Above and beyond all that I have to say what kept me here was working in an office. I did...
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    Sounds a little odd. If you follow proper...

    Sounds a little odd. If you follow proper procedure for repairing a leak, there is virtually no doubt that you fixed it properly. Pressure test with soap, vacuum with micron gauge, electronic after...
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    I agree and disagree, if I didn't get to do some...

    I agree and disagree, if I didn't get to do some installs I would go crazy dealing with customers all day.
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    Agreed, I leak check every day, just leave that...

    Agreed, I leak check every day, just leave that sucker charging in the front seat constantly.
  19. Experience definitely counts. I never tell a...

    Experience definitely counts. I never tell a potential customer what size of unit we will be installing until they sign. I don't need people shopping around with my design. As far as humidity, look...
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    Exactly.....ever consider hanging unit from roof?...

    Exactly.....ever consider hanging unit from roof? Sounds extreme, but that way you can isolate it completely.
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    Agree with hvacguy. Keep a new pump on hand, but...

    Agree with hvacguy. Keep a new pump on hand, but sometimes clearing the air and burping the pump can solve it.
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    Open loop, check the BTU charts for your entering...

    Open loop, check the BTU charts for your entering water temperature for your climate. I prefer closed though, less maintenance over open loops.
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    8 tons sounds like a little much, but sometimes...

    8 tons sounds like a little much, but sometimes two systems makes sense. Without knowing the exact details, ie heat loss/gain, it's hard to say. One project we handled should have had two systems,...
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    This is my favorite system to work on. It seems...

    This is my favorite system to work on. It seems complicated at first, but once you get it, you're good to go. For students, this is a great system to learn on. As compared to other geo systems out...
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