Type: Posts; User: turkey
Depends do you plan on leaving the windows open when you turn the system back on.
Unfortunately no we don't
$ to get rid of an aluminum or copper coil is odd seein as it's worth money even as scrap.
Lol you called a tech or you had him come out and diagnose the bad motor. I would find that quite amusing if you got an over the phone diagnosis and the motor isnt actually bad
I know the vent trap must be there the drain on the coupling is only there to drain the little bit that runs back along the pipe instead of dropping in the trap
The rubber coupling that attaches the vent pipe to inducer has a drain on it, if you look you can see the tube running from there to the internal trap of the furnace in the diagram
And up here...
I'm familiar with the unit an what it calls for, with the sweep pointed up the exhaust has a natural upshot and the condensate for the most part due to gravity will fall straight down the pipe into...
Gravity takes care of the condensate an what makes it back into the furnace the collector box deals with
That t is definitely upside down the sweep of the tee should be pointing up to accommodate the flow of the exhaust
Did either company actually pull the heat exchanger to be positive either way.
Wish we had castle law up here.
I have a 2011 ram with cap and a roller bed gas milage is great and I've never had a problem with it. Don't think I could go back to a van now after being spoiled with the 4x4
Air to air with electric backup something like a Mitsubishi zuba
For all we know it could've been so under fired that it was useing less then the proper orfices
No crack why'd they replace it and not just follow instructions for cleaning it
Why in the world did you go to all that trouble a pro would be able to set the fan with a thermostatic switch so it would come on when it's hot and shut off when cold. No need for plugging in and...
Woseley always brings parts in for me
If you're going to call them to evac and recharge you might as well let them deal with the leak as I doubt it will cost that much more
I might be inclined to disagree yes the gas side of things you're only gonna get 6 or 7% more efficient but an ECM is going to improve the electrical efficiency and comfort
The problem is places like hi mark putting out fully licensed fitters in six months that don't even know how to flare a piece of copper. When I did my 636 cert I would say 70% of the people there...
The cert is stupid I'll agree but when tssa is standing there wanting your certification for the vent pipe you're installing it'll be a lot cheaper to pull out your ticket
Contact the manufacture or a wholesaler the one I did was organized by woseley
-yes it will use electricity
-nothing is free
-it has it's own system for a reason
-air exchanges in the space is a good thing
-it will have a more balanced tempature and feel more comfortable
Leave the fan on on the upstairs unit
I tired reading your post a couple times and I'm still not sure what the problem is. If you clean it up a bit someone might be able to better understand what the problem is.