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WHERE ARE YOU LOCATED ?
there are alot of good people out there who can give you a accurate diagnosis.
you called him a installer,in fact you need a service tech
count your positives
you fixed it
it was easy
and you could have been somewhere else where it sucks
I would run a new main drain
Even if I had to use a condensate pump
That would solve your hidden problem
Why are you getting rid of it?
Have you retired?
in todays environment zoning is a excellent option
Yes and While your at it can you call my mechanic?
the $800. repair to keep my truck on the road seems alittle high!
His number is 201-998 -1419
his name is Dave
You would be the first person I met with no issues
Personnally you crack me up!
you say ::
evap changed twice ,and give the mistaken impression that YOU did the work .
Then you SAY
The last work was done 2 years ago.
HOW often do you ...
I KNOW I,M NOT ALONE THINKING THAT I WOULD LOVE TO SEE PICTURES OF THIS fRANKENSYSTEM
Rheem/Rudd would have a field day explaining to you that none of their systems are expected to perform well...
I would take the base
chances are the whole system will need to be replaced
save your $$$$ for a new r410a high seer system
THEN YOU CAN WORK FOR LESS THAN YOUR WORTH ALSO
Or do you think your worth X$
then diagnoses is needed
I think you need a expert to provide this system check
Simply said air in should be cooled 10-20 degrees (return 70 -supply 50) if not something is wrong
Most Qualified HVAC Companys perform a heat load calculation for correct sizing of a unit.
sounds like that is where you need to start
A 1-1/2 ton unit has its limit /if it is sized correctly there...
seems the cone inside gets a little disformed from the on and off and the rubber is to hard to squeeze in easily
bought new rubber gaskets once
What a ***** to install them
I,ll never try again
hoping you will let me Hijack you r post
I installed a Honeywell Vison Pro YTH9421C1002 in 2008
Then it seemed to me to be thier newest Version
I need to pick up a back up and go...
I agree that suction line should be colder
I say tomato you say tomayto
when a customer says the outdoor unit is running
To me that means they see and hear the fan
But are not sure if the compressor is running
Gauges answer that
leave my house with a freash cup every time
need to weigh it to make sure its strong enough
The crabby part was my wifes idea
a good visual inspection is a good start
Is the unit running? both fans and compressor? does one of them cycle ? why?
then the proper tools are needed to do a complete diagnoses
There should be no Question
a experience tech can Diagnose exactely what is happing or not
Without gauges and the right experience you will remain puzzled
You need to get the contractor back
A experience tech needs to check the system and make sure it is working properly
The right tools are needed which means a PRO
What I have found over the Time that I have done this Is
Most Unproffessional People in this Trade --either won,t or don,t know how to take the neccesary time to sit /Analyze/and /Diagnose