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  1. How do I add pictures from my smart phone?

    Is there a way to post pictures from my smart phone. If there is, how the heck do I do it?
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    I've measured up to 10 volts to neutral in the...

    I've measured up to 10 volts to neutral in the past. I thought this was just feedback. Could this be a clue that there is a problem?
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    If you check it in series how would you check to...

    If you check it in series how would you check to ground?
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    I was told by a goodman rep you cannot charge a...

    I was told by a goodman rep you cannot charge a unit accurately in heat mode.
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    I often wondered if these charts where unit...

    I often wondered if these charts where unit specific. So a carrier chart should get me close ona goodman or rheem unit?
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    Do you check this with sensor still connected to...

    Do you check this with sensor still connected to wire or remove it and check before it goes off. What do you use to ground the burner?
  7. Propylene glycol or a freeze stat

    Propylene glycol or a freeze stat
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    UV lights claim to get rid of "dirty sock...

    UV lights claim to get rid of "dirty sock syndrome". A while back I had a air handler in a crawl space and the customer complained of a mold smell. Installed a uv light and she said the smell went...
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    I don't know the brand it was here when I bought...

    I don't know the brand it was here when I bought the house. Its noisy as hell when I start it up but after that its not too bad. My electric bill in the summer is around $75. I can get used to a lil...
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    The ah was around 30 yrs old and the fancy...

    The ah was around 30 yrs old and the fancy ductwork was probably the same age. I think ill stick to metal.
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    I was told some manufacturers don't want these in...

    I was told some manufacturers don't want these in their systems. Why is that? And what is the downside to using them if any?
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    I was once told never to use grit cloth on a...

    I was once told never to use grit cloth on a flame sensor because they use silicone in the manufacturing process to hold the grit on the paper. So then over time as the rod heats up the coating...
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    styrofoam ductwork

    Not too long ago I was on a call and in the attic was tons of Styrofoam duct. There was a main trunk line and each hit was made of Styrofoam also. In 14+ years I have only seen this once. My question...
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    I have a whole house fan and it keeps the first...

    I have a whole house fan and it keeps the first and second floor pretty comfortable when outside temps are at 85 degrees. Above that ac goes on. You can either trim your doors or put back to back ra...
  15. Thread: capacitor

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    I always check voltage to them then I wondered...

    I always check voltage to them then I wondered the other day why I was doing this. So basically that number tells me nodda, right?
  16. Thread: capacitor

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    capacitor

    Can you tell if a capacitor is failing from output voltage alone?
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    I have used it around 8 times over the coarse of...

    I have used it around 8 times over the coarse of around 5 years and only once did it not hold. Use the stuff with the moisture drier and uv dye. It's a lil more money but more reliable. Plus if it...
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    What is the mistake?

    What is the mistake?
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    Is this fairly accurate? So lets say my rise is...

    Is this fairly accurate? So lets say my rise is 45 and my output is 100000. My cfm would be 2057? Did I do that right?
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    Me too. That would have been great

    Me too. That would have been great
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    I agree. In 1999 I went to chi inst. And 9 months...

    I agree. In 1999 I went to chi inst. And 9 months later I didn't know how to read a set of gauges. My employer told me to get my money back. They actually gave it back to me. My teacher was only in...
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    You can win tools off this site!?!? I want to win...

    You can win tools off this site!?!? I want to win something. Where do I sign up
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    I was surprised it didn't come with hoses also....

    I was surprised it didn't come with hoses also. You can google static pressure kit and a bunch of stuff comes up. I went to home depot and found 3/8" tubing 20 feet for only 2 bucks.
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    Yes, but how and can I do it with the static...

    Yes, but how and can I do it with the static pressure tube?
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    Ok, so I just bought the testo 510. Checked out a...

    Ok, so I just bought the testo 510. Checked out a lot of reveiws and this little tool looks awsome. I'm just not sure about one thing. Whats the difference between a pilot tube and a static pressure...
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