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    As of current, we have not had any issues sense...

    As of current, we have not had any issues sense replacing coil. It must have been a floating restriction in coil. I am happy this case seems to be resolved. Thanks for everyone's input.
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    As of today, I replaced the indoor coil and txv...

    As of today, I replaced the indoor coil and txv on air handler. Purged both supply and return refrigerant lines. New bi flow drier at indoor unit. Fingers crossed. I will let y'all know the...
  4. The actual balls of bearings were on the bottom...

    The actual balls of bearings were on the bottom of unit. I know our client is questioning if our service caused these issues. I can certainly see how put on a new snug belt will bring to face these...
  5. Bearing failure on both units are on opposite of...

    Bearing failure on both units are on opposite of drive side. And the blower wheel got completely beveled out.
  6. ball bearing failure and blower wheel seperation.

    Our tech did a spring service on 5 packaged York units. He replaced fan belts and I confirmed proper tension. About a month later 2 units had issues. One has a destroyed ball bearing that came...
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    Service rep said to change indoor coil and put on...

    Service rep said to change indoor coil and put on another new txv while I was at it. I will let u know the results.
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    Drier is outside. And I agree with you that when...

    Drier is outside. And I agree with you that when running in heat mode would possibly back flush any restrictions for a little bit of time. Here is the thing, this unit ran in a/c mode all day and...
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    Bryant Evolution....any ideas?

    Our company installed a Bryant evolution communicating heat pump system in January. No problems during heating season. Client was very pleased with lower utilities than prior system. I went out...
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    No buffer tank. Just a closed loop on...

    No buffer tank. Just a closed loop on desuperheater as you described above. I agree with using a dedicated unit to accomplish heating the pool. "Dry Air" is the manufacturer of this unit. They...
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    Geo thermal pool heater question.

    I am working on a packaged geo that conditions an indoor pool area and heats the pool water. The pool water is heated at a thin plate heat exchanger. What we know to be a desuperheater circuit is...
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