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    No new cable. Please read carefully. CONVERT one...

    No new cable. Please read carefully. CONVERT one conductor.
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    There is no 17" duct. Duct sizes are in 2"...

    There is no 17" duct. Duct sizes are in 2" increments. Flexible duct is labeled by size on the outer jacket. The actual size is the inner duct, not the insulation and jacket size.
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    Since you no longer need 240 volts at the panel,...

    Since you no longer need 240 volts at the panel, why not have an electrician convert one of the conductors to a neutral? Then you can use a gas furnace.
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    I'm not wrong. He's from another planet.

    I'm not wrong. He's from another planet.
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    Yup. That's unrealistic. A properly sized system...

    Yup. That's unrealistic. A properly sized system is best at maintaining a temperature. It is normal to expect a 1* drop per hour in recovery mode. Remember, it is not only cooling the air in the...
  6. Thread: Filter question

    by kdean1
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    Never use a 1" pleated filter as they restrict...

    Never use a 1" pleated filter as they restrict airflow.
    If you have pets then I suggest using a 1" fiberglass filter in the filter grille. It will extend the life of the Perfectfit.
  7. Probably not. Refrigerant can make a noise as...

    Probably not. Refrigerant can make a noise as pressures equalize after a cycle but not for 6 hours.
    If the unit is unplugged and the noise continues then the source is not the unit but something...
  8. Thread: CO detecters

    by kdean1
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    If the O2 rises there is certainly an open crack....

    If the O2 rises there is certainly an open crack. A bad HX can have other symptoms, too. The O2 will not necessarily spike, though.
  9. Something is contracting as it cools.

    Something is contracting as it cools.
  10. Are you a professional? This site is not for DIY.

    Are you a professional? This site is not for DIY.
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    Compressor Grounded out -- Why ?If it happened...

    Compressor Grounded out -- Why ?If it happened during the first 5 years I would ask that question. However, after 20 years - who cares? Replace all the equipment. You'll have a 10 year warranty on...
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    There's much more to it than square footage. How...

    There's much more to it than square footage. How many btu's will be generated by machinery? How many people will be in the building? Are there any windows? Any which face south?
    What is a nederman...
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    When a unit loses power briefly the refrigerant...

    When a unit loses power briefly the refrigerant pressures don't have time to equalize and the compressor cannot pump against that pressure. It tries to start but cannot. You must have posted very...
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    There's no compressor reset. You'll need a...

    There's no compressor reset. You'll need a service call.
  15. Thread: Ugly and RUDD

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    It may be worth your while to check combustion...

    It may be worth your while to check combustion safety. From the looks of the rust, it has not been venting properly.
  16. Thread: Ugly and RUDD

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    The compressor model may give you a size.

    The compressor model may give you a size.
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    I can't see enough to draw a conclusion. If...

    I can't see enough to draw a conclusion.
    If static pressure and air flow are okay then leave it alone.
  18. You don't. You're not licensed to buy it. If you...

    You don't. You're not licensed to buy it. If you find a coil, you won't know if it compatible or how to install it. Reputable contractors will not install equipment or parts which have been purchased...
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    This site is not for DIY. You need to call a...

    This site is not for DIY.
    You need to call a repairman.
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    Are you saying it's alright for discharge air to...

    Are you saying it's alright for discharge air to go into the house?
    Some pictures from the OP would help clarify the issue. He said air escapes from the seems(sic).
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    A gas furnace with supply air duct that is a...

    A gas furnace with supply air duct that is a framed drywall enclosure?
    :gah:
    There are so many issues involved here - leakage, flammability, liability, code.
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    All discharge should exit via the vent pipe.

    All discharge should exit via the vent pipe.
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    He told you that so you would buy the house. BTW...

    He told you that so you would buy the house.
    BTW it never worked "good." It worked "well."
    Changing the blower speed will not help as it will increase pressure to all ducts.
    Poor ducting can only...
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    If three of us haven't heard of it, it must not...

    If three of us haven't heard of it, it must not exist. :grin2:
  25. Thread: 1/4' pipe

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    I've asked suppliers but have not found ANY...

    I've asked suppliers but have not found ANY current condenser that can use a 1/4" liquid line. If you used a new condenser on that system I'd expect high discharge pressure.
    If asked to do that,...
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