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    Joe- I couldn't agree with you more, do...

    Joe-
    I couldn't agree with you more, do everything you can to reduce the demand first - then find an energy efficient solution that meets your need.
    The building is passive solar orientation,...
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    Window, Stand-Alone or ?

    I've just built a 20x20 metal building with a concrete floor near Dallas, TX. It will be sprayed with open cell foam, 3.5" walls - 5.5" ceiling, and has only electric service.
    I left a 2'x3'...
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    derbysr- I'm not sure I'm 100% with you on that...

    derbysr-
    I'm not sure I'm 100% with you on that last assumption. I still don't know if the problem was a faulty unit (remember, Amana wants it sent back), the dip switch settings or a bad install...
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    Sorry for the dumb question, of what? The supply,...

    Sorry for the dumb question, of what? The supply, returns, both?
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    Mountain Biker- thanks for the info. derbysr-...

    Mountain Biker- thanks for the info.
    derbysr- Yes I have 5 returns, some of them split to other rooms (8 total). Also, it is a pleated filter, #203720, Honeywell.
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    Yes, mostly

    The filter is referred to as 4" but the exact measurements are a little different. The house is all electric, no gas available in the country cept propane. The outside unit is 2 stage, air handler...
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    model numbers

    derbysr-
    Thanks for your thoughts and words of encouragement on staying patient. I have not lost my temper with anyone and have continued to offer cold drinks and positive thoughts to the techs...
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    Derbysh- Thanks, will do. One filter, 4" wide,...

    Derbysh-
    Thanks, will do. One filter, 4" wide, 20x25.
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    Mr. Wrangler- You are corrrect, it was a system...

    Mr. Wrangler-
    You are corrrect, it was a system change out. The insulation inside the cabinet was wet and I expressed concern over mold so they changed out the whole system. The fix is to change...
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    Mr. Wrangler- I'm confused, maybe I didn't pick...

    Mr. Wrangler-
    I'm confused, maybe I didn't pick the best company but I thought replacing all the components would be the sign of a good company. They seem to be going overboard to fix the problem. ...
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    Problem getting resolved?

    After hearing about installation being the most important part of the purchasing decision, I did a lot of looking and interviewing before I selected the company I went with. They were not the...
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    The tech came out and drained the pan looking for...

    The tech came out and drained the pan looking for a leak. He said the area around the TXV where hot meets cold was sweating. He insulated and caulked that and told me to keep an eye on it. Will...
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    Mr. Wrangler- Could you elaborate a little for...

    Mr. Wrangler-
    Could you elaborate a little for me? Should there have been some kind of a panel or an access door to get the EC out, what should/could have been done in your opinion?
    Thanks
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    I'll try to answer a few questions and attach a...

    I'll try to answer a few questions and attach a picture.

    I should have said the main drain is flowing, correctly was an assumption on my part, point well taken.
    Company is licensed, bonded and...
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    Condensate drain (s)

    My main condensate drain is working correctly (just got new system) but I still have +- an inch of water in the emergency drain pan and it is flowing out. I didn't think the pan would be draining...
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    Thanks folks

    Gary-
    I am getting the TXV and the 4' media filter.

    AMD-
    Can you tell me a little more on why high humidity?
    If you intend to use the system for A/C, expect high humidity levels and operating...
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    Are these the right matches?

    Hi Folks-
    Had a manual J done on my 2100 sq ft one story all-electric home. Requires a 5 ton replacement unit. Current system is 15yrs old and is not a heat pump. I spent a lot of time...
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    Foaming

    I have been looking into spraying the underside of the deck with open cell Icynene and was told by the two contractors who do most of that work in the Dallas area not to use closed cell. The cc is...
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    I should have mentioned that I have paid to have...

    I should have mentioned that I have paid to have an energy audit performed (blower door, duct pressure/leak test, etc) so I know what size system to get. I've narrowed it down to probably Trane or...
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    Do you have a TOP TEN list?

    I love this web site and have been reading for days. I've heard comment above comment that the best equipment is only as good as the installation, which makes perfect sense to me. However, how do I...
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