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10-30-2008, 09:29 PM
That is correct, I totally agree on the ECM blower point.
10-28-2008, 08:26 PM
Haven't heard anyone recommend the Coleman mod furnace with the ECM blower. I just installed a couple of them and really like them.
I have had this Bosch impact driver for about a year. It is very powerful-enough to make new holes with a 5/16 screw into a RTU access panel no problem. I wouldn't use it for installation every day,...
Bad valves in the pumper
06-24-2008, 09:22 PM
Replaced another Goodman system this week. Only 5 years old. Took it right to the scrap yard. Customer frustrated by repeated repairs, flimsy vibrating cabinets making noises. Demanded it be replaced...
Thanks for all the replies.
ERV definitely is the way to go to recover some of the humidity in the winter, and reverse in the summer.
I like the idea of no defrost cycle on the Renewaire with that...
I am considering installing the Honeywell ERV with defrost in my home here in NJ. Part #ER150B2006. My question is has anyone used the Honeywell vs. other brands and why. I have not installed either...
I installed a Takagi TK2 in my house 2 years ago. My reasoning was because my old heater needed replacement and the wall mount saved a lot of space in my laundry room. Cost was about 3 times as much...
It's called a rivet nut gun.
I am familiar with your type of house.
It may not matter what size you install (as far as cooling upstairs). Upstairs is always a challenge to cool with one system feeding multiple floors. You may...
I'm not trashing the manual j procedure at all, there is nothing wrong with it. My point is- I see posts on here that seem to say throw the contractor and their system in the garbage if...
08-01-2007, 11:57 PM
Keep in mind the coil must be cleaned with a disinfectant to kill the bacteria not just a coil cleaner. I would also try running the unit a little colder than 78 and making sure everything else in...
08-01-2007, 11:37 PM
"what this means is 2 things:
1) when R-22 becomes obsolete, the cost WILL SKYROCKET in purchasing it. as of right now you can get R-22 for approx $x/pound
expect to see it go up to $x/pound in...
If there is no time difference then how will a bigger pump freeze that moisture? That doesn't make sense. You are saying they pull at the same rate.
I have never heard of or seen moisture freezing...
07-21-2007, 10:15 PM
Time is money.
Don't waste it on such a small pump. I would say a 5 is minimum. The Inficon shark is the best cfm/weight ratio I have found. At 24 pounds and 6 cfm it is the best value in my...
If you choose 75 indoor temp remember that's all you will get if it is 95 outside, and it will run all day long. What happens when it's over 95? You may not get that 75 inside and it sure will run...
When you say the resistance is OK on the compressor - does that mean the values are correct or just not shorted or open. Check the cap with a meter that shows you the uf rating. I would double check...
07-18-2007, 09:35 PM
Your line sizes are perfect for an average 50' or so line length.
Any traces of R-22 will be pulled out with a vacuum pump. The oil will not. If it's difficult to replace it, a proper flush is not...
07-18-2007, 09:16 PM
"Lowest RH was 50% last he checked. He said all is well with the system. I'm sure it is (pressure wise), it's just not pushing cold enough air. 60 at the closest vent, 70 plus at the furthest. 75...
07-06-2007, 07:04 PM
Those balancing plates get installed right at the main trunk connection to each outlet run. The small runs of duct are attached by plastic connectors. You simply twist about a quarter turn ccw and...
Your best bet is to go to some classes. Get a class schedule from your local distributor or supply house. They are always running classes and are generally low cost or even free to attend. Studying...
07-06-2007, 12:17 AM
To balance that system you need the balancing plates that should have been installed right off the main trunk on each run.
Your jet engine noise is caused by: not enough air moving through the unit,...
Mook, have you had any problems with the bldg. inspectors approving that bubble wrap for R6 in the attics?
You are way oversized. 2.5 tons for 650 ft. at night with no sun? I'm sure you told him you don't need it down to 65 during the day under peak load. That 3 ton must barely run before it's satisfied....
So we are assuming you do a subcooling or superheat to check the charge on every unit, on every PM you do?
Not realistic around here.
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