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    Thank you

    Thank you
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    Splitting a hydronic zone

    I have a hot water baseboard system fed by a Burnham P207 series 2 boiler (198000 btu). I am considering having my basement zone split into 2 smaller zones as part of an ongoing remodel. My HVAC...
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    The filter that came with the unit didn't have a...

    The filter that came with the unit didn't have a size on it. It had a model number, but nothing that would correspond to size (unless it was in millimeters). I measured it to about 20 x 21. The 20...
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    I didn't ask the contractor because it's Sunday. ...

    I didn't ask the contractor because it's Sunday. I bought a filter this morning and was surprised to find that it didn't fit. I'm not looking for anything fancy, I'm just looking to replace a cheap...
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    Installation of my Carrier FE4BNF003 air handler...

    Installation of my Carrier FE4BNF003 air handler was completed about 2 weeks ago. I decided to replace the cheap fiberglass filter with a pleated unit. Well, I thought it was a 20x20. Nope! I...
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    Thanks for all the great ideas. I'll post back...

    Thanks for all the great ideas. I'll post back in a few months when we start construction. I'm sure I'll have new questions.
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    I didn't think you could do radiant and baseboard...

    I didn't think you could do radiant and baseboard from the same boiler due to different operating temps.
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    Beenthere - Can you tell me a little more about...

    Beenthere - Can you tell me a little more about radiant tube. I'm familiar with hot water radiant (in the floor), but that doesn't sound like what you're talking about.

    Janderson - I agree with...
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    Yes, it is a garage. The attic space will be...

    Yes, it is a garage. The attic space will be designed so that it can be made into a living space (guest room, hobby room, etc...) I actually think the "attic" is probably the easy part since I...
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    I probably didn't explain what I'm looking for...

    I probably didn't explain what I'm looking for very well. In the garage portion, I'm really only looking to keep it warm enough to work out there in the winter. In fact, I expect I'd keep the...
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    I am going to start construction on a detached...

    I am going to start construction on a detached 24x24 garage in about a month. I want to heat the garage, and leave open the possibility to haet and cool the space above the garage. Does anyone have...
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    I'm in the process of doing a replacemet A/C. My...

    I'm in the process of doing a replacemet A/C. My contractor had no problem with doing a load calculation. In fact, one of the reasons I chose the contractor that I did, was because he said he would...
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    Thanks for the reply. I'm leaning towards just...

    Thanks for the reply. I'm leaning towards just going with 2 t-stats. One for heat and one for cooling. My original boiler was wired to be "fooled". No lack of heat, but it sure made the gas meter...
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    That sounds a bit complicated. I'd prefer to...

    That sounds a bit complicated. I'd prefer to have only one t-stat controlling both heat and cool, but its starting to sound like going with 2 may be the right choice. Probably not good to have a...
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    I posted this in the residential section, but...

    I posted this in the residential section, but realized this is probably the right place.

    My HVAC contractor is in the final phase of installing my new AC system (Carrier 38TXA 3 ton). They have...
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    My HVAC contractor is in the final phase of...

    My HVAC contractor is in the final phase of installing my new AC system (Carrier 38TXA 3 ton). They have hit a small stumbling block trying to interface the Infinity controller with my system. They...
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