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  1. Thread: Heatilator ser #

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    Thank you for your quick response. It is a choice...

    Thank you for your quick response. It is a choice between two valves, pre and post 18/02. The service tech did not get me the #'s you are referring to. Hopefully tech service can help me on Monday.
  2. Thread: Heatilator ser #

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    Heatilator ser #

    How do I tell the date of manufacture from the serial # GA886415. I need to know so I can get the part # for the gas valve.
  3. I questioned this a while back and was told that...

    I questioned this a while back and was told that if any water drips from the pipe and freezes, then someone slips and falls, the homeowner is liable. We found another way to vent the flue so it...
  4. These units do not require a trap in the drain....

    These units do not require a trap in the drain. The coil is above the blower.
  5. Thread: Thermostat power

    by gregp
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    Yes, this is DIY and any replies regarding...

    Yes, this is DIY and any replies regarding troubleshooting are against the rules. Sorry.
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    As was said, each company has their way of doing...

    As was said, each company has their way of doing business. The Goodman warranty covers the part and the labor to install the part. They do not pay for diagnostics, travel, etc. Some companies do not...
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    The Buderus is a 3 pass boiler, very efficient....

    The Buderus is a 3 pass boiler, very efficient. As was said earlier, service friendly easy to get to the flue passages with the swing-out door. If you notice, you cannot buy a European boiler with a...
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    If this is a hot water boiler (not steam) I would...

    If this is a hot water boiler (not steam) I would be looking at Buderus. If you currently have a domestic coil in the boiler, I would be looking at installing an indirect water heater as well.
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    Yeah, it could just be an old wall switch. I had...

    Yeah, it could just be an old wall switch. I had a similar problem. Bought a new $5 wall switch and hooked it up. Problem solved. Standard wall switches tend to develop resistance over time. You...
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    The

    air handler is 1998. They may or may not have the heater available anymore. Your contractor will have to check with the distributor for that air handler. He will also have to detemine by heat loss...
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    It is

    HIGHLY unlikey you damaged the braze joint. You would have probably heard a hissing noise if that was the case.
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    What does

    your contractor/hvac company say regarding this?
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    First of all

    get those units GROUNDED!
  14. First,

    please remove pricing from your post. Pricing or the discussion thereof is not allowed. If it's under warranty, why don't you have them do it?
  15. The

    utility company has no idea what equipment is being installed or what manufacturer when they do the forms. There are still systems that utilize piston metering devices. With mini-split systems we...
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    Anything

    is possible, That's why you need to place a service call. :callpro:
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    Keep in mind YOU are paying the electric bill, correct? So it would be to your advantage to get the system working properly. It's a pay me now (the service tech) or pay me later (the electric co.)...
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    As long

    as the customer pays for the juice. Some don't want to spend the extra $.
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    If

    the system (outdoor unit and air handler) is indeed 40 years old, you should replace everything. IMHO, any contractor who suggests replacing just the compressor is not doing you any justice. Also, if...
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    If it's

    home invasion your worried about, get her a sawed off shotgun. Don't even have to aim and the pattern will fill any doorway.
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    I'll

    second that! :ditto:
  22. Thread: bad compressor?

    by gregp
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    Are you

    planning to replace the compressor yourself? I would call a pro to check it. Depending on age, you may want to replace the system. :callpro:
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    Pricing

    is not allowed. Please remove all prices from your post. Thank you. :rules:
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    If

    you're looking for prices, we cannot help you. Not allowed to discuss pricing. Sorry. :rules:
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    That system

    is a good match according to AHRI/Trane. Did they fix the leak or just "gas and go?" The system may be operating properly, but only working in first stage the majority of the time. The blower speed...
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