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  1. So what was the issue? Was it a poor ground,...

    So what was the issue? Was it a poor ground, loose connection on comm wires, etc? When your system was "locked out" did it still show System Malfunction on the screen?
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    If your distributor is Peirce Phelps, you should...

    If your distributor is Peirce Phelps, you should work with their TM. He can help you get set up.
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    You can still have your clicking noise. Just...

    You can still have your clicking noise. Just install as a single piece instead of two pieces. You may have to run a bunch of wires to it, though.
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    Sounds like the initial static pressure is too...

    Sounds like the initial static pressure is too high. On the original series of controls, there were a lot of people who suddenly found out that their duct design had been wrong. You know the guys...
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    Why not use an ERV instead? You get both latent...

    Why not use an ERV instead? You get both latent and sensible transfer. Works much better than HRV in humid climates.
  6. There is an airflow required for the compressor...

    There is an airflow required for the compressor to run. That is the 1400 CFM you mentioned. But for continuous fan, the system divides your 1400 CFM into "pieces". Each zone gets its % piece of...
  7. In 2006, manufacturers were required by the...

    In 2006, manufacturers were required by the government to only produce equipment that met the 13 SEER rating. Your "old" unit was built to a different efficiency requirement, thus the size...
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    If you're using a powered humidifier, you MUST...

    If you're using a powered humidifier, you MUST use an isolation relay. On the Carrier furnace, one terminal is common and the other is Hum. Since the humidifier has a transformer of its own, you...
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    I'd go with the Infinity system. I have one in...

    I'd go with the Infinity system. I have one in my house and I love it. It gives excellent temperature and humidity control.
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    The government wants these people in our country...

    The government wants these people in our country to help pay for Social Security. The government is counting on not having to pay out benefits to the illegals, but they can take in the taxes that...
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    The FV and FE fan coils are not the same. They...

    The FV and FE fan coils are not the same. They are both variable speed, but the FE is Evolution where the FV is controlled by the Thermidistat. The Carrier and Bryan units are manufactured in the...
  12. Sherpa, Whether or not you need the SAM is...

    Sherpa,

    Whether or not you need the SAM is dependent on what you want to do. I think the cost is around $100/yr. Carrier doesn't have a high-speed internet accessibility yet, but I think it's...
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    I've seen this efficiency claim too. What is the...

    I've seen this efficiency claim too. What is the airflow that they tested at? They use CADR, which is for portable units. How do they come out in 52.1 and 52.2? I've seen some pretty hokey...
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    Thermostat Question

    I would recommend using a dual fuel thermostat similar to the ones offered by Carrier and Bryant. An outdoor sensor is required for these, but you can set lockout temperatures for the gas and HP. ...
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