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    First, start a new thread. :) See if you can...

    First, start a new thread. :) See if you can find prints on the place. Set up your building layout. Use your flowhood to measure all diffusers. Measure your outside air. Basically, if you have a...
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    I have seen extremely high static on the return...

    I have seen extremely high static on the return side many times. Some will attribute that to VS motor failure. You can tell there is a problem in a home just walking in the front door and hear that...
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    I have always liked variable speed fans for their...

    I have always liked variable speed fans for their efficiency. It is a good choice in any case but it seems like it would be a bandaid in this situation. The issue sounds like your duct system. ...
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    Thanks Paul, good luck to you.

    Thanks Paul, good luck to you.
  5. You mention a similar problem but not exactly the...

    You mention a similar problem but not exactly the same? Did you have more air before the remodel? Was this an intermittent problem? Yes, it may just be a balance problem. If you can easily...
  6. Check the vent to make sure it is open. If that...

    Check the vent to make sure it is open. If that is open then you may have some disconnected or crushed duct. Just remodeled? Maybe it went a little too far. :(
  7. From what you describe you may have a bad relay...

    From what you describe you may have a bad relay on your board. Yes those wires should go there. That is my attempt to diagnose cross country. (looks good from my house!) Saving money is a noble...
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    If you are in socal then you may not use the...

    If you are in socal then you may not use the other stages. Not as extreme there. As far as your noise, that is probably due to high velocity through a constricted space. Your best bet is to have...
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    Your decision should be based on comfort and air...

    Your decision should be based on comfort and air quality. I have recommended to most of my customers to leave the fan running. That can, however, vary depending on location and type of system. You...
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    Do you have charging charts in the unit? If they...

    Do you have charging charts in the unit? If they are there some will have guides to correct pressure. In a couple of cases I have run it in cooling and disabled the outdoor fan to drive the...
  11. Sounds like a wiring problem. There are ways to...

    Sounds like a wiring problem. There are ways to bypass these but that comes with risk. You might try calling your utility company. Sometimes they will offer leads or discounts for service,...
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    I can see the logic of having loaded filters. ...

    I can see the logic of having loaded filters. But to what degree? I deal mainly with new construction and set volume from design prints. If I focus on wet vs. dry shouldn't that be determined by...
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    Air Balance

    Should an air balance be performed while the system is in cooling with a wet coil or in heat with a dry coil?
  14. The 8320 is a good t-stat and easy to use and...

    The 8320 is a good t-stat and easy to use and program. You mention a cold spot in the bedroom. I would recommend having an air flow evaluation done. There may be leakage in the duct, undersized...
  15. Just about every system has it's good and bad...

    Just about every system has it's good and bad points. What truly makes a system good is proper and thorough installation. If the manufacturer web sites aren't helping you can try consumer reports...
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    Did service and install on many retros in...

    Did service and install on many retros in arizona. I had no service calls that were related to the pressure difference. I did have some problem with the linesets not being cleared out thoroughly. ...
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    Are you talking about a variable speed blower...

    Are you talking about a variable speed blower motor? ICM?
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    Hey Paul, I encourage you to learn all you can...

    Hey Paul, I encourage you to learn all you can to become a professional. You won't, however, likely get much true technical advise until you prove you are not the average joe. If you want to know...
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    I have seen problems with these going into 'free...

    I have seen problems with these going into 'free cool' when it doesn't need to and sometimes it is a problem with the mat sensor. I just want some troubleshooting tools to correct the problem on...
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    I believe that stat counts blower (indoor fan)...

    I believe that stat counts blower (indoor fan) run time.
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    Trane economizer

    I am looking for information about Trane economizer control and troubleshoot. I work a lot with the 5-15 ton gas packs. A problem I face on occassion is adjusting the enthalpy to the 'D' setting...
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