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    Try installing a piece of flex-duct between the...

    Try installing a piece of flex-duct between the register and the furnace. You may have to have the flex long enough to shape a couple of turns in it. Sound vibrations will travel through metal but...
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    Try running your furnace w/o the filter in place...

    Try running your furnace w/o the filter in place as washable filters tend to get permenently clogged, over time (not sure how old filter is). If unit continues to cycle prematurely, have the service...
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    I thought the new design looked pretty good. ...

    I thought the new design looked pretty good. While you were there, did you see the Maytag units w/ the stainless steel cabnets? I figure they may have an impact on the coast. What do you think? ...
  4. Man, this thing has really taken off. I agree...

    Man, this thing has really taken off. I agree with beenthere; let them flush compressor with new oil and replace filter/drier. Once this is done, a good vacuum is pulled, and system is recharged,...
  5. Maybe I was wrong about him knowing more about...

    Maybe I was wrong about him knowing more about the system than you. I've been in this field for ten years now and this is the first that I have heard of this type of system. He may be in the wrong...
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    are you saying that with the hoses off the system...

    are you saying that with the hoses off the system you still read 200psi?
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    try making sure that the schrader core is fully...

    try making sure that the schrader core is fully decompressed by your guages.
  8. First, I am assuming that the system was...

    First, I am assuming that the system was installed last year or is still under warranty. Secondly, with all due respect, why such a bad attitude about the situation. The capacitor blew-up and...
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    Thanks. I'll give it a shot.

    Thanks. I'll give it a shot.
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    I enstalled a Heil 12 SEER heatpump back in June....

    I enstalled a Heil 12 SEER heatpump back in June. Replaced indoor, outdoor, lineset, and t-stat. Received a service call about a week ago for "no cool". Arrived to find compressor pulling LRA. Tried...
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    When was the system installed?

    When was the system installed?
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    he should probably recover the ref. and evacuate...

    he should probably recover the ref. and evacuate the system and recharge with new ref or, could a backward orifice cause the suction pressure to flucuate?

    definitely recover, evac., and...
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    Is it a scroll compressor? It is possible that...

    Is it a scroll compressor? It is possible that upon recharging the system, the installer could have "dumped" liquid refrigerant into the suction side of the system, temporarily flooding the...
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    It sounds as if you have honored your part of the...

    It sounds as if you have honored your part of the contract, but sometimes we do need to go "above and beyond" in order to maintain a happy customer base. If I may inject some advise; Explore every...
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    What is Staybrite? According to what I've read...

    What is Staybrite? According to what I've read on other posts it is soft solder that can be used on HVAC/R weld joints. I have always been under the impression that only 15% or 45% solder should...
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    The consensus seems to be that I should address...

    The consensus seems to be that I should address attic insulation next; should I be looking at the underside of the roof, or, the attic floor?



    Definitly the attic floor. Also make sure...
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    Originally posted by jeffdavis [B]Folks,...

    [QUOTE]Originally posted by jeffdavis
    [B]Folks,

    I am more confused now than before and I hope that someone can help. I posted under "3 ton problem" that I had a 3 ton unit cooling 800 sf. To...
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    [I know this guy so I was talking to him while he...

    [I know this guy so I was talking to him while he was checking the unit. On two of the three units he found a sheet of ice, I would say 1/4" thick at least. He pulled it off and through it down. He...
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    This system does take a #67 piston. I would...

    This system does take a #67 piston. I would recommend recovering the refrigerant rather than pumping the system down as it may have non-condesibles in it. Also, make sure that the outdoor coil is...
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    There should be a reset button inside the t-stat....

    There should be a reset button inside the t-stat. Take off the face cover and it should be around the display.
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    I went out this morning in search of a checker to...

    I went out this morning in search of a checker to do the wb measurements and was told it was only available locally at a place that requires a license to buy parts from them.
    They said to just pay...
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    I have had some experience with air purification...

    I have had some experience with air purification and have found that, in my opinion, Sanuvox has one of the best systems in the industry. They are easy to install and I have witnessed first-hand how...
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    Thanks for the insight. Sounds like I REALLY...

    Thanks for the insight. Sounds like I REALLY need to check out the Vision Pro series.
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    It is possible....not familiar w/ that t-stat

    It is possible....not familiar w/ that t-stat
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    You have three heat stages, heat pump and two gas...

    You have three heat stages, heat pump and two gas stages. You should only have two wired into your t-stat (heat pump and second stage furnace). The duel-fuel control operates those two heating...
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