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  1. What about choosing for sound? My York furnace is...

    What about choosing for sound? My York furnace is located downstairs just below my bedroom and sounds like the Apollo lifting off when the burners kick in. The Frigidaire AC unit just below my...
  2. So if I'm understanding the Angies list link...

    So if I'm understanding the Angies list link properly, selecting the right installer is more important than choosing a specific brand since they're pretty much all made thru a few main manufactors.
  3. Sounds good. So is York still reliable equipment...

    Sounds good. So is York still reliable equipment being as I'm going on 23 years with my current furnace? I definitely want a reliable system that will last just as long.
  4. Sorry, but I'm on the East coast (Maryland). I...

    Sorry, but I'm on the East coast (Maryland). I guess I'll definitely be look into upgrading my furnace down the road. Should I look to do a matching AC/Heat system upgrade or just the furnace?
  5. Should I be looking into replacing my 22 year old furnace?

    Hello all. My York furnace (model P2MPD24N08001B) was installed new back in 93 when I bought my house new. The York AC unit and A coil were replaced in 2006 with a Frigidaire 3.5 ton 13 Seer (model...
  6. Great. Wanted to make sure I wouldn't be...

    Great. Wanted to make sure I wouldn't be overloading a circuit. Thanks.
  7. Can two wires share the C terminal on my York furnace terminal board?

    I plan to upgrade my 20 year old Honeywell Chronotherm III programmable thermostat with their newer wifi model. My C terminal on my York furnace is currently being occupied by a line running outside...
  8. Did a full cleaning and dusting and wiped off the...

    Did a full cleaning and dusting and wiped off the flame sensor. Alls working just fine now. Starts right up with one push of my remote :)
  9. Older Heat-n-Glo flame extinguishes after 15-20 minutes.

    I have an older model Heat-n-Glo system Model 6000DVT. It was installed by the builder when I moved in my house back in 93. Sad to admit, I haven't done much with it as far as servicing over the...
  10. OK, so in addition to isolating the lineset, I...

    OK, so in addition to isolating the lineset, I stuffed some fiberglass insulation between the lineset and my ceiling. This lowered the noise level to a managable level that I can live with. I surfed...
  11. Where can I find vibration limiters?

    Where can I find vibration limiters?
  12. OK, I turned the a/c on inside and then went...

    OK, I turned the a/c on inside and then went outside and dropped the breaker to the a/c unit. Came back in and heard no hum noise at all.
  13. OK, I removed the remaining holding clamps...

    OK, I removed the remaining holding clamps completely decoupling the lineset from my house framing. That reduced the noise a bit. Would wrapping the line in additional padding help any or is this...
  14. Any tricks of the trade to quiet it a bit?

    Any tricks of the trade to quiet it a bit?
  15. The lines were not replaced, however one thing, I...

    The lines were not replaced, however one thing, I thought lowered the sound just a bit, I removed the line-set holding bracket that secured the line to the floor joist. I thought it was vibrating...
  16. Low pitched hum from furnace blower when AC cycles on

    Hello all. Glad to be a new member of the site:). I have a 15 year old York furnace, mod#P2MPD14N08001B 115v-1PH-60hz. The York A/C unit was replaced about 3 years ago with a Frigidaire FS5BD and...
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