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    Breaking the back of a furnace

    Has anyone heard of breaking the back of a furnace? This is when you run ductwork off the back the supply plenum on an upflow furnace. My understanding is, because of the airflow pattern through the...
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    are these manifolds compatible for regular...

    are these manifolds compatible for regular mechanical gauges or are they only for the 1250,s?
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    The leak problems are on all brands. I would look...

    The leak problems are on all brands. I would look into 10 year parts and labor.
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    Thanks guys. I take it there's not any specific...

    Thanks guys. I take it there's not any specific classes or certifications to take that would help. I should just get the knowledge by experience.
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    Have you seen any information on how to get into...

    Have you seen any information on how to get into it?
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    Advice?

    Looking for advice on how to get into the controls side of our industry? I have 12yrs in the residential side and am getting burned out? Controls seems to be pretty interesting but with no real...
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    that's great! i paid 129.00 at hd about 1 1/2...

    that's great! i paid 129.00 at hd about 1 1/2 years ago for the same kit. love mine. love your price though.
  8. Just out of curiosity, Ever looked into the...

    Just out of curiosity, Ever looked into the Carrier Infinity air cleaner?
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    MCJO I sent you an e-mail

    MCJO I sent you an e-mail
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    thanks guys

    thanks guys
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    Any good business software?

    Hey I am wondering if anyone knows of a good business software program that has the capabilities of connecting pda's for invoice purposes? I used to know someone at a company that used pda's for all...
  12. I personally like Carrier. They are always on the...

    I personally like Carrier. They are always on the leading edge of the industry. They also have the only air cleaner that claims to "catch and kill" influenza. But like everyone has stated, the best...
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    Thanks for all the advice guys.

    Thanks for all the advice guys.
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    Glass ceiling?

    I'm looking to get some advice from any business owners or managers. Little background. I have 10 and a half years experience in residential/light commercial. All with the same company. I have...
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    huh?

    huh?
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    You are possibly leaking air aroung the supply...

    You are possibly leaking air aroung the supply ducts and evaporator coil. Either buy some 181 tape and seal up any air leak you can feel around the unit, or, spend the $ to get a proffessional to...
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    dad, can you tell me where you can get any...

    dad, can you tell me where you can get any information on the drain line needing a cap to relieve pressure? Is it in a manufacturers INO manual or in any HVAC textbook?
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    If it were my house I would look into a ducted...

    If it were my house I would look into a ducted system. Maybe a two stage furnace. Also I would absolutly get my ducts insulated. That would be the most efficient way to heat your home. I would also...
  19. We have been installing Mr. Slim units for years....

    We have been installing Mr. Slim units for years. We always use clear plastic hose without any issues. The indoor unit comes with a corrogated plastic drain connector where we connect the plastic...
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    You should have your duckwork checked by a...

    You should have your duckwork checked by a qualified contractor. Lack of ductwork cause the system to draw air from from anywhere it can. If the door is closed it will suck it from the cracks around...
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    I agree. I wish my electric bills were under...

    I agree. I wish my electric bills were under 200.00 on my 1600+ sq ft home. Not too bad.
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    I would go with a 3 ton. You seem to be worrying...

    I would go with a 3 ton. You seem to be worrying about a 1/2 ton difference. With a vs indoor unit and a 2 stage outdoor unit you should be able to configure it to suit your specific needs. Than if...
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    I also work for a CFAD and we are replacing...

    I also work for a CFAD and we are replacing e-coils like crazy in the atlanta area. We were told the ATA coils were not going to stop formicary corrosion they would just slow it down. The most...
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    I would be suspect of anyone unprofessional...

    I would be suspect of anyone unprofessional enough to call a co-worker stupid. You can definitely turn the speed down to a 3.5 ton. If the velocity is still high at 1400cfm(3.5 ton) than you should...
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    I think you should look into having your HVAC...

    I think you should look into having your HVAC contractor put in a wireless t-stat. Then you could move it where ever or whenever you want. Very handy.
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