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    Snyder General model numbers

    I have a customer with an "old" Snyder General, thru the wall unit.
    A/C & Heat.
    Model # NR7C5C
    Catalog # NFSCBDMA

    Can anyone tell me approximate age? More importantly, the BTU's of the unit?...
  2. Thread: Air flow issue

    by VMSCO
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    When I first came to this forum I thought the...

    When I first came to this forum I thought the rules on giving advice to the DIY questions were too strict. The longer I have been here, the more I see why the rules were put in place. This thread is...
  3. Thread: HVAC College

    by VMSCO
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    Sixth10, First of all congrats on picking what...

    Sixth10,

    First of all congrats on picking what I think is the most interesting trade and one that is still a true skilled trade. I have never gotten bored with any phase of HVACR that I have been...
  4. Thread: Dented Furnace

    by VMSCO
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    Jabber, Glad to hear they are going to replace...

    Jabber,

    Glad to hear they are going to replace the furnace. I feel that is the best solution for you. I also don't believe that this contractor set out to "swindle" you. It sounds more like a...
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    Teyrt, Best of luck on your installation. ...

    Teyrt,

    Best of luck on your installation. Please keep us posted and let us know how it all works out.
  6. Thread: Air flow issue

    by VMSCO
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    You came to this board to get professional...

    You came to this board to get professional opinions. Now you are flaming the people that gave you their honest opinion, but it did not agree with what you wanted to hear. So you berate those that...
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    Sticky: I'm now on Zee Map also... My Dad always said...

    I'm now on Zee Map also... My Dad always said that in time I would be on the map. I guess he was right.
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    Yeah you would think that after all the years I...

    Yeah you would think that after all the years I have been around I would have the ass_ u_ me thing corrected...
    I hate it when I do that!
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    Sorry mayguy, I went back and re-read the full...

    Sorry mayguy,

    I went back and re-read the full thread. I was assuming he had auxillary heat (heat strips). I just didn't read his original post well enough. The exchange between you and dandyme...
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    Thanks all. I'm working on the posts. I really...

    Thanks all. I'm working on the posts. I really look forward to getting into the Pro & Ed forums. This is a great forum and I am anxious to meet you all in other discussions.

    Greg
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    Teryt, What you are asking cannot really be...

    Teryt,

    What you are asking cannot really be determined on a forum. Any input regarding the current draw and cost of operation would require much more information than you could ever provide here....
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    I would recommend you call in a qualifed tech. ...

    I would recommend you call in a qualifed tech. The problem is not going to correct itself. Your system obviously has something not working correctly.

    Plus I would get tired of getting up in the...
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    Larry, Darctangent was addressing Gasser65...

    Larry,

    Darctangent was addressing Gasser65 regarding the no DIY assistance rules.
    Those rules apply to the techs not the public.
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    This whole thread is plain scary! Propane is not...

    This whole thread is plain scary! Propane is not forgiving at all. Nothing to mess with unless you are trained and qualified.

    Years and years ago I worked for an HVAC company in St. Louis. This...
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    I agree with WayCooJr. Proper sizing is more...

    I agree with WayCooJr. Proper sizing is more critical in your area than other areas of the country. There are so many factors that need to be considered, position of the house, how much glass,...
  16. Thread: Air flow issue

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    Key word here is "endure". Yes the two ton unit...

    Key word here is "endure". Yes the two ton unit can still carry the added load, but not efficently. Any way you cut it you are 1/4 ton short on capacity. Adding runs to the far end of the house is...
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    Is this a new installation? If not when was the...

    Is this a new installation? If not when was the last time you had the Heat Pump serviced? You should not have a one hour wait to raise your inside ambient temp only 5 degrees.
  18. Thread: Dented Furnace

    by VMSCO
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    In regards to your pictures of the coil. The...

    In regards to your pictures of the coil. The fins are very thin aluminium strips and are extremely easy to bend or layover at the touch of a hand. Your coil is not really damaged to the degree that...
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    I am a Tech! Started and owned my own HVAC...

    I am a Tech! Started and owned my own HVAC company for 13 years, went into teaching after closing my business in 1997, due to divorce. I was teaching the Building Maintenance Program for Gibson...
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    Need help YORK fault code

    I just picked up a client that owns numerous condo's. I have a heat pump problem that has me puzzled. The system starts and runs, then after approximately 10 minutes the reversing valve starts to...
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