Type: Posts; User: superfittertech
No they're an aluminum alloy
I would have used a Spirovent instead
As long as you pipe in a pipe union. Most quality installers do
Bradford White made in Michigan
I bought ratcheting tubing bender. Replaced my Yellow Jacket. I actually like it better
unless you know to do alignments then I would pass. If you don't get it correct it'll take out your shaft seal shortly. I've worked on thousands and rebuilt hundreds. If you're handy, work in house...
If can't run 2 separate PVC vent pipes another option would be a condensing boiler, indirect water heater, and an air handler with a hot water coil and DX if you have A/C
you must have a natural draft water heater presently. Could always run PVC from power vent up chimney or could run both in chimney
Honeywell Vision Pro with an EIM and a gateway
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you want some cheese with your wine
you are definitely very wrong. The colder the air the higher the oxygen content the better the burn. A furnace doesn't loose efficiency because of cold air
terminal on upper right with larger white wire is the "g" terminal. that is the common on Modines
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YP9C or TM9M would be better choice as they modulate (start) at about 35% capacity and ramp up as needed. YP9C is also variable speed. The TM9M has a psc motor
also dirty air or lack of combustion air. Usually don't have problems with 2 pipe sealed combustion units properly vented and set up
also triangle tube boiler heat exchanger is 400 series stainless steel, most others are 316 stainless (more brittle/ less corrosion resistant) or cast aluminum. I vote for TT
replace boiler and add indirect water heater + add 1-2 ductless splits as you can for a/c issues
Install 2", 4", or 5" filter. Usually this is what I do. Customer usually has no problem paying a little extra for this, otherwise install 2.
give it the vulcan death grip
seriously this isn't a DIY forum
yep 15 degrees. I'm in Minnesota and that's what I set cut out at the heat pumps that I've installed. It will still produce heat and the stat monitors it. If indoor temp dropping or not rising after...
don't even try that, unless you don't want to be around to see your new furnace installed. dude either spend the $ or close to that with portable electric heaters
usually should be at least 6" higher. That's what it says in the Aprilaire bypass humidifier instructions that I just installed last week.