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05-14-2013, 06:04 PM
ahhh....a sub base and a module....
That needs 3 pieces to work.
I forget what the exact numbers are, but your indoor cannot be THAT much more than your outdoor. You can be slightly over, and way under, but not anything extreme.
05-07-2013, 10:28 PM
If the installation manual is not followed, and the pipes are too close, it is possible for the furnace to suck the exhaust back into the combustion pipe, creating condensation inside the furnace,...
04-29-2013, 11:02 PM
Some manufacturers will not accept aspen coils for warranty.
For awhile, we were having issues with Goodman evaporator coils.
We tried using aspen coils, and had a much smaller leak rate with aspen...
Your not crazy. Done it before.
It's actually kinda weird. You'll turn the furnace on, and your moisture reading goes up. Then it goes down like a rock.
Sometimes when you do a compressor...
I'd get rid of the nest entirely.
We can't really help you with wiring, even though you're using a professional. Sorry.
04-29-2013, 10:31 PM
I seem to remember another big manufacturer trying variable speed compressors, and them failing miserably.
Put in a tried and true system, and when you go to replace that system put in the super...
04-29-2013, 10:20 PM
We never use aspen coils on new equipment due to warranty concerns, we do use them when we can't find a non-warranty replacement that fits.
We've actually had a low leak rate on aspen...
I can't go too far, but I do want to mention this:
Keep in mind that alot of systems use "G" from the stat to power a fan on a call from cooling, because no one hooks it up at the board.
I went to the home and garden show here in cincy. Guy practically reaches and and grabs me telling me he can cut my energy bill down by 30% by sealing my ductwork with some spray foam crap they spray...
I have no idea how to read that diagram.
I can't help you with your wiring configuration, per site rules.
The point of adaptive intelligent recovery is so that you don't use emergency heat....
Ahhhh, that sounds like normal operation.
If the dust is in the ducts, it's not in the air.
Most of the dust is going to be in the return, which is then going to get filtered when it goes through your heating and air...
04-14-2013, 11:32 AM
What could be causing this is not a flaw.
Have a service tech come out and look at it, there is a long list of possibilities.
I believe you have to have more than 15 employees for that.
It's that it performed in a manner that was unsatisfactory, and it wasn't cheap :-P
All I'm gonna say about JB is:
If their just better, I wanna know what the hell is worse.
I'd find another place to work.
I get paid from arrival of first call, to end of last. No drive to time first call, or back from last.
Unless it's after hours.
and they don't steal money from my...
04-12-2013, 06:19 PM
Thats gotta be a downflow right?
04-11-2013, 11:10 PM
Nameplate isn't for approved coil, it's for the "most commonly used coil".
Just like DOE ratings on equiptment.
I've been told, but not shown in the books this:
All things have a rating in our industry. All things are tested.
Although BI fittings exist, does not mean that they passed the strength test for...
It's based on an expectation of how cold/hot it normally gets. Not average temperatures.
Also, what he designed your indoor temp makes a big difference also.
Both these numbers have standards...
Pull the grill off if you have to.
Don't mess with it otherwise.
04-09-2013, 10:13 PM
apparently, my troll indicator needs some new bulbs.
If you want something you can check while your away, I would suggest the honeywell IAQ 2.0
You can login from a smart phone and monitor/change your thermostat settings.
The reason my company...
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