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    Well, None of the return air chases in the attic...

    Well, None of the return air chases in the attic are covered with insulation, the panning metal is completely exposed to the attic temperatures, So, the first thing I have to do is insulate with...
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    A minisplit was actually my first thought,...

    A minisplit was actually my first thought, however, He is on one gable end and it has a huge window. So, unfortunately there is no room for the evaporator.
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    Advice on attic conversion

    Ok, so a home owner decided to convert a small portion of his attic to a finished room. it's actually not a bad size and it looks really nice... However, he is finding it impossible to get it coolo...
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    Well,I only base that on personal experience...

    Well,I only base that on personal experience actually..
    I installed one at my residence and the entire area exposed to the light had completely deteriorated. and the chemical they want to spray on...
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    You claim you replaced the return trunk/duct. ...

    You claim you replaced the return trunk/duct.
    Do you know if there are any returns using wall chases?meaning the void between two studs and drywall. it's very possible the amount of moisture in the...
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    The problem could be occuring from several...

    The problem could be occuring from several things,Deffinately check the evaporator coil for mold spores,Does the inside of the unit itself use any insulation?.
    Also check the condensation line for...
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    I would always recommend a 2-stage furnace. As...

    I would always recommend a 2-stage furnace.
    As for air cleaning I would have to recommend a supply/supply+return uv lamp with a pleated filter provided you don't have inner duct insulation.
    ...
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    Future concerns. I haven't heard a thing...

    Future concerns.

    I haven't heard a thing on how the old compressor died.
    In my opinion it would be very important to distinguish what made the last compressor(possibly even one before that)...
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    Interesting subject.... The EPA...

    Interesting subject....


    The EPA cretification card means you are eligible to perform work on systems containing refrigerents,know the laws and know the consequences when breaking those...
  10. Thread: ozone

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    Ozone eh?...

    Ozone eh?
    http://www.imagewiz.net/usr/hvac1/8386_ozone.jpg
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    ya know when i was in school a while back one of...

    ya know when i was in school a while back one of the first things our teacher said to us was "the two most important things a tech needs is a good flashlight and an open mind" and seboard has totally...
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    We have an inspector taking his job more serious...

    We have an inspector taking his job more serious than alot of other inspecters and u bash him =/.... he was asking for an answer to a legitimate question. dont get me wrong i think most inspecters...
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    v

    http://ww2.imagewiz.net/images/hvac/152295_bat1.jpg
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    not sure of the inventor,but the squeegy is a...

    not sure of the inventor,but the squeegy is a great invention =)
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    Just wanted to know if your book is available...

    Just wanted to know if your book is available yet?. Im really looking forward to getting it and if my memory serves me right it was said in late october that it would be ready.
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    hmmm, looks like spaghetti to me =/

    hmmm, looks like spaghetti to me =/
  20. i personally think thats a great friggin job.....

    i personally think thats a great friggin job.. need more installers like that. keep up the good work. im impressed.
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    very nice work indeed. even tho its in a crawl...

    very nice work indeed. even tho its in a crawl space u guys dont use a over flow pan under the unit ? we like to use an extra pan somehwhat as a selling pitch,makes the homeowner feel more...
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    nice work, however why didnt u take the line from...

    nice work, however why didnt u take the line from the disconnect to the unit down from the dc and over to the unit? might have looked nicer,woulda hid the wire a little better dont u think ?
    but nj...
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    Well,some people dont go to all discussion...

    Well,some people dont go to all discussion forums,I wanted to get input from various people,maybe someone knows more about this particular subject then another? and i have plenty of time to read all...
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    I was wondering if there were any nate certified...

    I was wondering if there were any nate certified people out there that would or could recommend some prep literature,books,sites or w/e would be helpful in aiding me in succesfully completing the...
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    lol, thats just wrong.

    lol, thats just wrong.
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