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    I love the ones that say "The filter was dirty so...

    I love the ones that say "The filter was dirty so I turned it around to use the clean side." :rolleyes:
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    The answer to this question is very subjective...

    The answer to this question is very subjective and can't be answered accurately...only guessed.

    There will be more wear. How much? Don't know. Will the unit be sized properly? Will the od...
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    LOL :D Ya you right. I think my brains have...

    LOL :D

    Ya you right. I think my brains have turned to mush on this thread.

    I still maintain that there isn't enough info to know where to set the od stat. Just because the heat pump shows equal...
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    The 90% furnace may never pay for itself. If the...

    The 90% furnace may never pay for itself. If the system is designed right, the furnace will run only when absolutely needed. That may only be 20% of the time. Even though the furnace is more...
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    He is comparing apples to oranges. Suppose the...

    He is comparing apples to oranges.

    Suppose the furnace has 100,000 btu input which equates to 80,000btu output. At 16 degrees, the heat pump is putting out approx 21,200btus.

    A true comparison...
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    Information is what you make of it. I'm not...

    Information is what you make of it.

    I'm not flaming anyone. I am trying to help you understand that there is more to this than the limited information that you have. You have only performed one...
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    Yes, more efficient but costs more money out of...

    Yes, more efficient but costs more money out of your pocket to run. The HP has to run longer at lower temperatures and continuously if it isn't supplying enough BTUs. So, you are pumping more money...
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    Alrighty...Suppose you start your 20mpg car and...

    Alrighty...Suppose you start your 20mpg car and take off immediately knowing you have 2 flat tires. The car IS moving forward. Are you wasting Gas? The flat tires represent the temperature below...
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    Money is wasted because the power that you are...

    Money is wasted because the power that you are feeding into the condenser isn't supplying the required heat for the home. When your furnace eventually comes on, it has to make up for the drop in...
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    So, how many BTUs is your HP supplying at 16...

    So, how many BTUs is your HP supplying at 16 degrees? It may look like the HP is more efficient at this temperature but if it can't keep up with the heat loss of your home it will actually be more...
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    And this is why the cross-over setting should be...

    And this is why the cross-over setting should be plotted on a graph using information from a heat loss calculation. There would be no need to wait for the thermostat to drop 2 degrees (uncomfortable)...
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    Sheesh :rolleyes: Ok...How do you know you...

    Sheesh :rolleyes:

    Ok...How do you know you could "run the heat pump into the 20s" if you know nothing about the house or the equipment used? How do you know the heat pump would supply enough heat...
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    Where does your 20 degree setting come from?

    Where does your 20 degree setting come from?
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    Based on what?

    Based on what?
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    That doesn't matter. There is a point where your...

    That doesn't matter. There is a point where your HP will no longer keep up with the heat demand of the house. As the outdoor temperature drops, the heat pump heating Btus drop. Using your average...
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    The COP values comes from the manufacturers data....

    The COP values comes from the manufacturers data. An outdoor thermostat handles the switch-over to the gas furnace if your indoor thermostat doesn't have the capability to do so. However, a...
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    Sounds like you need a little thicker bridge to...

    Sounds like you need a little thicker bridge to keep all the cubes together until they hit the bin. Could be a problem with the harvest cycle as well staying on too long and melting the bridge.
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    Nah. He'll be back....We're the idiots afterall :D

    Nah. He'll be back....We're the idiots afterall :D
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    Assuming there was no heat loss calc performed,...

    Assuming there was no heat loss calc performed, how do you know that 4 tons is what this house needs. You don't even know where the house is located other than in Kentucky. In my area, this could be...
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    How do you know that 4 tons is right for that...

    How do you know that 4 tons is right for that particular house if you haven't seen the Manual J calc?
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    Yep..Volumetric Efficiency (VE) Internal...

    Yep..Volumetric Efficiency (VE)

    Internal combustion engines aren't 100% efficient.
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    http://www.acca.org/store/product.php?pid=213

    http://www.acca.org/store/product.php?pid=213
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    Interesting... I looked back to the...

    Interesting...

    I looked back to the installation manual dated 2001...Same thing applied back then...No Horizontal venting if not direct-vent.

    Oh well, as long as it gets fixed :rolleyes:
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    Nice looking install there. The P-trap for...

    Nice looking install there.

    The P-trap for your furnace is located behind the blower door and is factory installed. You humidifier doesn't need a P-trap.
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    Straight out of the Installation Guidelines: ...

    Straight out of the Installation Guidelines:

    IMPORTANT: When installed as a non-direct furnace, only vertical terminations are allowed. Do not use horizontal terminations when the furnace is...
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