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    yes 3500 is correct, we found a temp cure, raise...

    yes 3500 is correct, we found a temp cure, raise the door about 2 to 3 inches and put a hog hair filter in front of that, almost think the hi rpm motor is sucking the condensate up of the coils. But...
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    The air handler is what is condensating, the...

    The air handler is what is condensating, the cabinet is insulated and all doors are sealed.
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    Does any one have a cure or a place to start for...

    Does any one have a cure or a place to start for extreme condensation of an air handler that is run off of chilled water. The unit runs approximately 3500 rpm, with 40 degree water. the unit is in a...
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    I am looking for a web site that would show me a...

    I am looking for a web site that would show me a schematic of a Trane Air handler, this particular unit is 16 to 17 yrs old, and Trane does not show anything like that on there web site( or I cant...
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    What is the one biggest step in making a house...

    What is the one biggest step in making a house the most energy efficent it can be? Or is there more than one that are equal?
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    I am looking for maybe something new, or help any...

    I am looking for maybe something new, or help any way. I work in a place where the filters stay very dirty....I am having to clean them on a weekly basis, yes I clean the coil's weekly also. I know...
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