Type: Posts; User: fredbear
given? are they used?
the 3rd pipe is heat recovery
they say if you dont use refnet it can void the warranty, i think its bull
well poodle i deal with a lot of city multi too, they have the 2 pipe ,while daiken uses 3 pipes, i know thats commercial, but daiken may hit number 1 on the mini splits after ive installed a few...
Are the Tranes pretty good?...also do they have made in japan anywhere
also Daiken has moved up on my list, from the jury still out to #2
I put in a Pioneer today, for a homeowner that ordered it on the net...I have never heard of them, but it runs like a champ, so far
Thx for that answer gt
Unit was put in last Dec and already has stopped up from algae in the trap
Could outside air cause a faster build up of algae in the drain
Also the insulator guaranteed the homeowner a 67.00 electric bill, the ac has its own meter ,and the house is insulated with foam.
how do you set the weight, just installed the controls on a bryant 3 zone, i havent read the book on the bypass damper itself, if your familiar with it maybe you can explain,many thanks if you can.
the sight glass will get you close, but by no means can you use them to properly charge a system
they pop right off with a screwdriver, not worth a dime
if 18/4 can survive 600 volts, why do they ask for 14awg?
or at the least unwire yellow
un wire the t-stat and condenser then try it
ruud or rheem
for how much? i know in Mississippi you will be working for chump change, 8 years might get you 12 bucks a hour here
possible you burnt the transformer up
Are you designing the system?
daiken is in with mcqauy also
yeah wetting a towel and taking schrader valves out and also using heat paste doesn't hurt...a extra 5 minutes to do it right
where was the leak?
find it pump it down fix it then charge that puppy up is what i say