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    0 Degrees

    Voyager and Precedent units are designed to run mechanical cooling to 0 degrees F ambient.
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    http://honeywell.com/sites/JP/Products-Services/Co...

    http://honeywell.com/sites/JP/Products-Services/Consumer-Home/documents/S7800A%20B%20%2065-0288.pdf
    Maybe i misunderstood you, is the burner a commercial burner with this controler or a residential?...
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    FYI, it does not matter if you have dry bulb,...

    FYI, it does not matter if you have dry bulb, reference, or comparative. In test mode it will still work and it also ignores all sensors.
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    I just want to make sure that you know you have...

    I just want to make sure that you know you have to wait approximately 3 minutes after powering up the unit before you start stepping through test. The economizer actuator is calibrating during this...
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    I recommend purchasing the Honeywell display...

    I recommend purchasing the Honeywell display screen that snaps on the front of your controller so you can see what it is actually failing on. It is most likely failing on pilot. Might want to check...
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    I would probably stuff a meatball or a hot...

    I would probably stuff a meatball or a hot sausage in the relief just to be safe.
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    I forgot to note that with that setting set to 50...

    I forgot to note that with that setting set to 50 degrees, when the OAT is above 50 all three fans will start. Below 50 degrees only 2 will start. Then they will stage based on you saturated...
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    These chillers control fan staging based on...

    These chillers control fan staging based on saturated condenser temp. Jayguy is thinking of our RAUC condensing units with a fan cycling switch on the liquid line service valve.
    What you could do is...
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    There are seperate orifices in each distributor...

    There are seperate orifices in each distributor on the inlet of evap.
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    low refrigerant charge will also give you that...

    low refrigerant charge will also give you that diagnostic. I would check subcooling if the oat is warm enough. You may even want to pull the charge and confirm. This takes the guess work out of the...
  11. Thread: Motor Amperage

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    I'm gonna take an educated guess and say the...

    I'm gonna take an educated guess and say the motor on the controls side of the unit is drawing more amps than the motor on the opposite side. if so, it is the design of the unit. when the unit is not...
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    This is normal for the Trane grey scroll...

    This is normal for the Trane grey scroll compressors. it is the way the motor is wound.
    Are the two older units Intellipac or preintellipac? If they do not have the human interface, they are C stlye...
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    Did you ever think it might just be a failed run...

    Did you ever think it might just be a failed run cap? you know it probably had not been replaced with the compressor. Maybe that's why it needs a hard start kit. Daaaaa!
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    I think you guys are being a little to harsh? ...

    I think you guys are being a little to harsh? Should'nt A home owner be able to perform basic system maintenance themselves? without needing to call a proffesional in. Do you expect them to call to...
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    Dayco and Gates

    Dayco and Gates
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    Does this unit have econimizers? Also...

    Does this unit have econimizers? Also coolerinfrederick is correct, this unit is ok to run mechanical cooling down to 0 degrees ambient without head pressure control.
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    Now I would suggest purchasing Rover Service Tool...

    Now I would suggest purchasing Rover Service Tool or bringing in Trane to check out your problem.
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    Does this unit have an LCI-R Lon Board? If it...

    Does this unit have an LCI-R Lon Board? If it does the pot on the RTAM board will not control static pressure. The LCI-R will, then you could hook up Rover service tool to change you set point and...
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    There have been quite a few miswiring issues from...

    There have been quite a few miswiring issues from the factory on these units. before you purchase rover check the wiring from the timer to the zn. Also sometimes the the wires on the timer contacts...
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    At this point why don't you just replace the four...

    At this point why don't you just replace the four blower wheels and see what happens?
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    Pull the blower assembly out, stick your head in...

    Pull the blower assembly out, stick your head in there and inspect the heating and or the cooling coil. A plugged coil will cause vibration by dead heading the fan.
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    Direct Drive

    How did you inspect the shaft bearings and the motor bearings?
    Wouldn't that be the same bearing if it were direct drive?
    That's what you said on your first post.
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    These valves are made by Honeywell for Trane....

    These valves are made by Honeywell for Trane. Sounds like you may have gotten a few defective valves. You may want to replace the complete valve not just the actuator.
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    Check for worn sheaves, make sure belt is not...

    Check for worn sheaves, make sure belt is not riding to deep in motor pulley. The most important thing with these units is belt tension. to tight of a belt will cause vibration on these units....
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    Why don't you get the dual circuit P66...

    Why don't you get the dual circuit P66 controller? sense discharge pressure on both circuits. Leave 24 volts at the controller, break one of the two line voltage wires after the condenser fan...
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    Roadhazard, I believe there is an eprom upgrade,...

    Roadhazard,
    I believe there is an eprom upgrade, I also would set the suppression setting to the highest setpoint, so all but one fan will come on for that circuit, after fan pressure switch makes,...
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    Is the chiller running with 100% water or a mix...

    Is the chiller running with 100% water or a mix with glycol?
    If it is running with glycol check to see if the low pressure switches are 45 PSI cut out. If they are, change them to 25 PSI cut out....
  28. Thread: Trane TWE120

    by jdcoolj
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    Might be a little costly, how about adding mini...

    Might be a little costly, how about adding mini VFD'S for soft start?
  29. Thread: Trane TWE120

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    Try switching to an AX50 and run the fan in the...

    Try switching to an AX50 and run the fan in the on position rather than auto. If this does not work than I would change sheaves and belt to a B
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    If you asked me that question 15-20 years ago I...

    If you asked me that question 15-20 years ago I would tell you no way! They were known as Badman. But for the last few years Goodman is not a bad unit.
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    Did you check the electrical connections at the...

    Did you check the electrical connections at the compressor terminals and the condition of the the contactor contacts on both contactors? Also i would recommend megging the compressor.
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    Coleman is not the same quality in my opinion....

    Coleman is not the same quality in my opinion. Bryant has heavier gage steel, better quality paint job, it also has actual service valves not just schrader pins. Believe me it is much nicer than the...
  33. I bet RoBoTeQ cools his house with a block of ice...

    I bet RoBoTeQ cools his house with a block of ice and a box fan. Or maybe a swamp cooler if he knows what that is.
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    I am very familiar with both, I have installed...

    I am very familiar with both, I have installed and serviced both. There is no comparison Bryant is a much nicer unit than Coleman. Evolution control is very nice.
  35. I agree 100% with CLASSICAL. I have a 2 stage...

    I agree 100% with CLASSICAL. I have a 2 stage carrier condensing unit a variable speed motor in the furnace being controlled with a Carrier thermidistat which is capable of dehumidifying by slowing...
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    I sent to your e-mail. Good luck

    I sent to your e-mail. Good luck
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    I'm having problems attaching the manuals. If you...

    I'm having problems attaching the manuals. If you give me your e-mail i'll be glad to send them to you.
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    Order the 019 and they will tell you if they do...

    Order the 019 and they will tell you if they do not have anymore you will be stuck with the replacement
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    I'll send you the IOM and Programming guide for...

    I'll send you the IOM and Programming guide for the unit. Give me a few minutes. It will show you how to map to the sensor
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    The 019 is actually superseeded to a real piece...

    The 019 is actually superseeded to a real piece of garbage that can be used for both VAV and CV. Good luck setting this up.
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    Yes you do.

    Yes you do.
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    That because the sensor you have is a VAV sensor...

    That because the sensor you have is a VAV sensor I believe you need the BAYSEN019 if you want programmable capabilities. Since your running 24/7 Just do what Allen said.
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    Sorry, I was responding to the original thread....

    Sorry, I was responding to the original thread. Did not realize you had a constant volume unit.
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    If you have 2 stage heat it will only work in...

    If you have 2 stage heat it will only work in morning warmup, daytime warmup and unoccupied mode. The VAV's will all drive to 100% opened. Modulating gas, modulating hydronic or custom modulating...
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    True steam

    Oh! But I thought he lived in Denver. so being that high above sea level would that not lower the boiling point from 212 degrees.
    Daaaaa! are you kidding? I don't think it is rocket science....
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    The steam wand is installed in the supply duct....

    The steam wand is installed in the supply duct. The Heat exchanger and blower section would never see steam. Also the humidifier would not have to run nowhere near as long as the power or bypass, so...
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    True steam! you will use less water. With power...

    True steam! you will use less water. With power and bypass humidifiers whatever water is not evaporated goes down the drain and is wasted. Also if you do not have a 2stage or mondulating furnace that...
  48. Thread: HVAC Guidance

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    I would check the inlet of the evaporator coil to...

    I would check the inlet of the evaporator coil to make sure it is not matted with dirt and would be sure all of the return ducts are high up on the walls or ceiling only on the second floor.
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    I would also recommend the Rheem. As far as...

    I would also recommend the Rheem. As far as humidity the Honeywell perfect steam humidifier would work very well.
  50. Did the contractor perform a heat load and heat...

    Did the contractor perform a heat load and heat loss calculation? 100,000 BTU furnace seems a little large, since he is using a 2 ton condensing unit. You would also need the calculations to get you...
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