Type: Posts; User: bill88
Quick question guys, co possibilities oil fire boiler?
I am sorry to say that as everyone stated and will continue to state you wasted your time and $
Buying HVAC equipment on E-Bay is a gamble as you have found out, finding someone to install a unit...
Why are you charging them at all?
Are you doing maintenance or are you starting systems that were installed over the winter?
Turn the switch back on..............:couchhide:
1. I am sure you could find a used condenser ( I wouldn't recommend it ) also there are uncharged R-22 units avialable. Problem is you won't have a matched system and unless $ is a real concern it...
I agree a good tech should be able to get the unit running, but as stated we all know the unit needs to be replaced.
Take a look at Keystone Help -...
Depends on the part, I would think he would have at least diagnosed it while he was there.
Where in PA are you?
If its a bad compressor cap and you are running strictly on electric back up heat, yes it can.
Go on the Mitsubishi site and find a local diamond dealer, we install the multi-zone systems all the time they work great.
As far as the sizing goes, any good contractor will be able to size it...
Ya just know when he was all done with that abortion he stepped back to marvel at his handy work:yes:
IMHO, if you plan on staying in the home, now is the best time to replace. As stated, tax credits go away at the end of the year. That plus the fact that a new system will be much more effecient to...
Forgot to mention - 3.5 ton is the size, looks like some good scrap
I believe its a luxaire, its a 10SEER A/C unit from 2004. The "coil thingy" is an evaporator coil.
We use Fleetmatics, I have had no real problems and find it quite useful.
No, I stock 5, 7.5,10, and 15's - just use them in place of duel caps.
Again, not trying to tell you how to stock your truck do what works best for you. I thought you may have had an issue with...
Not trying to criticize anyone, to each his own. You have a point with the size thing though
What then, go back out the next day and replace the "old emergency cap" with a new one. Doesn't seem cost effective.
I realize they are a much greater expense, but on the same hand stocking a few...
Why do you say that? Have you had problems with them?
Thanks for the info
Why are they a bad idea?
He could have at least sealed the top
How old is the system and how old is your furnace?
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Should be able to get the 10 yr p/l from any Amana dealer, thats a large $ swing for an apples to apples quote, better look at them again to be sure