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    Besides the cost my main point was the regular...

    Besides the cost my main point was the regular Dr. wouldn't take it. Now to be fair they may have been over booked but most of the time driving past you don't see a lot of cars in the lot.
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    I don't know if this is a local thing or as a...

    I don't know if this is a local thing or as a result from ACA but this spring and employee cut his thumb, not bad but needed a few stitches. I called the regular Dr. we use. They told me to go the...
  3. I prefer tapered fittings going from the plenum...

    I prefer tapered fittings going from the plenum to the supply duct and from the return duct to the drop, better air flow and they tend to be quieter but overall pretty nice.
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    And once again confusion sets in. Forgive me if...

    And once again confusion sets in. Forgive me if I'm wrong, and I am not trying to pick on you, but it sounds like you have called in everybody and their dog to get a price looking for the best deal...
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    As others have said stay away from the warranty...

    As others have said stay away from the warranty companies.

    As for the heat pump VS the furnace; from a comfort stand point, if you have a well designed and installed duct system comfort should not...
  6. Thread: Attic Install

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    A fully ducted return will add quite a bit to a...

    A fully ducted return will add quite a bit to a job, but I don't know about 30%. Having said that, the company that is going to the work of a fully ducted return is probably going to pay closer...
  7. Thread: Very unhappy!

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    My guess would be that the duct fittings they...

    My guess would be that the duct fittings they used to connect the new equipment to the existing dust system is causing a change in air flow away from the rooms that are now an issue or may be...
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    As others have pointed out this looks like your...

    As others have pointed out this looks like your problem. On 120V circuits you have a hot, a neutral and a ground. Neutral to ground should result in less than 1 V. Hot to either neutral or ground...
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    Assuming this is R-22 at some point it has to be...

    Assuming this is R-22 at some point it has to be dropping below 58# or it wouldn't freeze. If it's 410a you can't keep it form freezing at 70#. So depending on the refrigerant it could be a large...
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    Ok, so you have low SH, why would you warm the...

    Ok, so you have low SH, why would you warm the bulb? Low SH would mean the valve is open wouldn't it? If you cooled the bulb that would cause the valve to close and SH should go up. I realize this...
  11. You said they put in new ducts and added a return...

    You said they put in new ducts and added a return grill/duct, but did they add anymore supply registers? Look at it this way your new unit is 1/3 bigger {36,000 to 48,000}than your old one. It...
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    You know this brings up a very good point. ...

    You know this brings up a very good point. Electrical panels have minimum working clearances so the electrician can safely work in the panel. That goes from the largest panel to the service...
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    I don't know that the clearances are any...

    I don't know that the clearances are any different on these than any other unit. Having said that I would try to get as much s possible, at least 18" out form the structure and 3' between units...
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    Seems like most of those old Lennox units I ran...

    Seems like most of those old Lennox units I ran into had a short, 3-4", piece of cap tube in the condenser. I can't say as I ever saw where the Lennox condenser was replaced and the coil and lines...
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    Great post Hearthman. We can always count on you...

    Great post Hearthman. We can always count on you to provide something of relevance we hadn't thought if.
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    I have used a ton of the multi HP motors for...

    I have used a ton of the multi HP motors for replacement and never had a pressure issue related to the motor. What am I doing wrong?
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    FYI for future reference; they make meters to...

    FYI for future reference; they make meters to test capacitors so it should never be a "guess". You can do it with just an ohm meter if your meter doesn't have the capacitance setting on it, or there...
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    That's what I was thinking and that may have been...

    That's what I was thinking and that may have been what took out the board in the first place.
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    We've been running the rollercoaster all year. ...

    We've been running the rollercoaster all year. Usually we get all out service agreements done in late April early May. I still have some left to do. But we ran 50's then would have a day at 80...
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    Impeach or sue, it doesn't really matter. He...

    Impeach or sue, it doesn't really matter. He will be out of office before it would ever be finalized so what's the point. If he's not out of office that would mean he somehow got a third term and...
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    I have seen it done hundreds of times but have...

    I have seen it done hundreds of times but have never seen any substantial air flow issues from it, nor have I noticed higher static on those systems.
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    I can't tell by the pictures, don't know if...

    I can't tell by the pictures, don't know if anyone else is either. The only way to know for sure is have it tested by a mold specialist. Not all mold is harmful so even if it is mold it may be able...
  23. This is true yet how much of it is fueled by the...

    This is true yet how much of it is fueled by the building contractor, homeowner, or both. If I do a new home it's a custom home, not spec. I still get the "Can you cut your price we really want...
  24. The part that scares me is if the part that is...

    The part that scares me is if the part that is easy to get to looks this bad, how bad is the part you can't get to easily?
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    My son is an auto mechanic so we compare notes...

    My son is an auto mechanic so we compare notes once in a while. You will find many of the same issues in both fields but a lot of that is going to be with the dealer you work for. The education is...
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