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    Thermostat for the elderly

    My parents are in their early 80s. Some years ago, they had installed a Carrier furnace with at least two stages for heat (not sure how many cooling stages), as well as a humidifier. It came with a...
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    Thanks! A tech is coming out today.

    Thanks! A tech is coming out today.
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    Have this serial written down: 34901LA60

    Have this serial written down: 34901LA60
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    VS motor question

    My (rather elderly) parents have a Carrier furnace with a VS motor. When there is a call for heat, the furnace fires up but the fan never comes on, resulting in the furnace shutting down on limit. ...
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    Thanks. But I'd prefer a programmable.

    Thanks. But I'd prefer a programmable.
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    Occasional air circulation?

    I'm facing the same issue (wanting occasional but not continuous air circulation). I'm thinking of having a VisionPro 8000 put in, but in reading up on this, it seems that some people have problems...
  7. Hadn't heard about this. Actually, I just bought...

    Hadn't heard about this. Actually, I just bought an NSI 3000 to replace a CO Experts that had reached its end-of-life. But what can a guy at CPSC do about this?
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    That is funny.

    That is funny.
  9. I'm not sure if bankputcy proceedings put on hold...

    I'm not sure if bankputcy proceedings put on hold cases where GM has been sued for injuries in accidents, but "absconding their responsibilities toward safety issues"? Just because someone sues GM...
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    I thought the standard fiberglass filters were...

    I thought the standard fiberglass filters were made specifcally for protecting the equipment, not filtering the air. Wouldn't they be enough to protect the coil from dirt? If not, what can someone...
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    I wouldn't do it if it were my system. Assuming...

    I wouldn't do it if it were my system. Assuming that the pressure drop (airflow restriction) of stacking 4 or 5 of those is the sum of the pressure drop of each individual filter, the resulting...
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    Who the court believes as to what? Whether you...

    Who the court believes as to what? Whether you gave consent? If an officer asks to search, and you decline, and the officer does not otherwise have reasonable suspicion or probable cause to seach...
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    I follow this stuff pretty closely, and I have...

    I follow this stuff pretty closely, and I have never seen a case where a court held that refusal of consent constitutes reasonable suspicion.
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    Gas valve question (not DIY)

    My furnace uses a Robertshaw 7000 BKER gas valve and a Robertshaw SP715A ignition control (intermittent pilot), which replaced the original SP710 that failed. I was browsing through the literature...
  15. Thread: The neighbors

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    Damn. And I thought I had it bad because the...

    Damn. And I thought I had it bad because the lady next door (who is convinced that my family and I are out to make her life miserable and know all her business) last week accused me of having put up...
  16. Thread: 9mm or not?

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    What exactly constitutes a "gun nutty"? Let's...

    What exactly constitutes a "gun nutty"? Let's have a precise definition, please.
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    When did they outlaw PCB's? My 1984 Rheem CU...

    When did they outlaw PCB's? My 1984 Rheem CU still has the original run caps.
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    Isn't that the Granger Rd. exit in Garfield Hts.?...

    Isn't that the Granger Rd. exit in Garfield Hts.? Too close to home for comfort.
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    There is a happy medium somewhere. Back in 1999,...

    There is a happy medium somewhere. Back in 1999, before I joined this board, I questioned my service company (a one-man shop who operates out of his home) as to why it cost $200 for the two hours it...
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    Yep, it doesn't take much. Though I have always...

    Yep, it doesn't take much. Though I have always been extra careful to shut off power, one day I was changing out a simple light switch (120v) and had pulled the wrong fuse. Grabbed one lead in each...
  21. The aluminum Romex is a nice touch.

    The aluminum Romex is a nice touch.
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    Umm... is there a question in here? Have you...

    Umm... is there a question in here? Have you done the basic diagnostics on your "customer's" furnace?
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    Well, according to the worksheet, based on four...

    Well, according to the worksheet, based on four kids, a non-employed spouse, and substantial itemized deductions based on ridiculously high state and local income, as well as property, taxes...
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    I could never figure out how they calculate...

    I could never figure out how they calculate withholding based on the number of exemptions on the W-4. Every year I go through the W-4 worksheet to maximize exemptions (to minimize the amount...
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    Call it naivete, but that anyone can tolerate...

    Call it naivete, but that anyone can tolerate living like this never ceases to amaze me.
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