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    I think I get it. I had an open vent (basement)...

    I think I get it. I had an open vent (basement) in my former house (built in 1956) but it didn't have a flapper valve. Thanks I will research the idea and take it from here.
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    stvc. Thanks for the comments. The house was...

    stvc. Thanks for the comments. The house was built in 1978. It doesn't feel "drafty". What do you mean by "the passive"? I could turn on all the fans in the house but how/where would I check for air...
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    Make Up Replacement Air

    I have a powered Make-Up-Air unit in the basement which is now manually controlled with an on/off switch. It was installed by previous home owner to balance the Whole Home Fan, in the upper level,...
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    I live in Canada if that explains anything. There...

    I live in Canada if that explains anything. There is no air return at all (warm or cold) in the upper hallway. The cold air return is on the first level.
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    Warm Air Returns- Back-To-Back

    I have a warm air return on my second level in the main bedroom (MBR). This wall is common to the upper hallway wall. I would like to add a warm air return directly behind the one on the MBR so that...
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    Crawl space and duct insulation

    Thanks for the comments. When you say cover the floor with plastic, would that be the case for a concrete floor or do you mean apply the plastic to the joists in the crawl space? That would certainly...
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    Crawl space and duct insulation

    Hi,

    I can't access most of my long ductwork to insulate it, but I can certainly do the main supply duct and the large line supplying several other ducts. I have already sealed connections/joints...
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    Carrier Infinity Control

    Well I am now fairly familiar with the function and programming of my new Carrier Infinity Control except for one thing. There is no way of knowing when the heat is actually on. My old thermostat at...
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    Carrier Infinity Control problem

    OK I have now found out how to display the target humidity setting based on the temperature. I press the side button on the top left of the unit. If you gave me that info I must have missed it....
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    Carrier Infinity Control problem

    I looked at this and my unit does not seem to have a display where the target humidity is set based on a temperature. My humidity display just has the ability to set the level to H or L. Perhaps I...
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    Carrier Infinity Control problem

    Thanks bobk4000.

    You have helped me understand what "Auto" means. The Infinity control must have some delta value that it uses to control humidity levels dependant on outside temperature. I was...
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    Carrier Infinity Control problem

    Thanks for the note beenthere.

    I can certainly move the gauge but it is not part of the feedback loop. The actual humidity sensor is outdoors. So I am not sure what that accomplishes. Can you...
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    Carrier Infinity Control problem

    My new Carrier High Efficiency Infinity furnace is controlled by the Infinity Control unit but I am having problems regulating the humidity. I have turned the humidity setting on the Infinity Control...
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