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    This model has had some condensate drainage...

    This model has had some condensate drainage issues, especially with left side drains.

    Ensure the unit is tilted from back to front, not to exceed 1/2 inch, and slightly sloped to the side of the...
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  3. Check your email.

    Check your email.
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    Id say the primary drain is completely blocked,...

    Id say the primary drain is completely blocked, and from your pictures, you have no secondary drain to allow alternate drainage should the primary drain become clogged.

    All the water that should...
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    Im not familiar with the reliability of Napoleon...

    Im not familiar with the reliability of Napoleon furnaces, but the warranty that Im reading on this 9700 series product, says 10 years on parts and lifetime on the heat exchanger, if the product is...
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    I would listen to your installer. You both should...

    I would listen to your installer. You both should go back and re-read the fine print under the drill size chart in the LP conversion kit instructions.

    Also, any orifice change should also be...
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    First, you need to apply for Pro membership (you...

    First, you need to apply for Pro membership (you have more than enough posts) so we can go into more detail in the “LOCKED” Pro forums.

    Second, as you already know, mismatched systems can be...
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    Boss man is correct - 5 ton. See attachment.

    Boss man is correct - 5 ton. See attachment.
  9. The pressure switch from the parts manual is...

    The pressure switch from the parts manual is rated at -.47" wc.

    Are you tee'd into the Pressure switch hose when you are seeing what negative draft the inducer is pulling?

    Your -.04"wc flue...
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    I do not post manuals or technical information in...

    I do not post manuals or technical information in this "OPEN" forum.

    As a Professional member, you should have an email address in your profile for times like this.

    Please add one to your...
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    Mr. Edwards, I mean no disrespect, nor do I...

    Mr. Edwards,

    I mean no disrespect, nor do I wish to minimize your expertise as a HVAC business owner or technician, but please apply for Proessional membership to this forum. We do not provide...
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    Yes, you could use that as the fix, but I think...

    Yes, you could use that as the fix, but I think that is a decision the home owner (HO) will have to make.

    It could be this unit is still under warranty, and he wants the original parts...
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    Because it is probably already glued in, just...

    Because it is probably already glued in, just poorly. Getting the plug out without damaging the flue collar to re-glue it, would be very difficult.

    If you are lucky, they just shoved the plug in...
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    York didn't put out a specific service manual on...

    York didn't put out a specific service manual on this unit.

    I emailed you all the info I have on this model.

    Hope it helps in some way.
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    Sounds like the vent plug isnt sealed properly...

    Sounds like the vent plug isnt sealed properly to the flue collar, if it is leaking.

    There is normally some moisture in the flue/vent pipe, that is designed to drain out of the pipe and into the...
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    That pressure switch is a -.69 wc Close, and...

    That pressure switch is a -.69 wc Close, and -.59 wc Open switch. So the combustion blower should create a much lower (more negative) pressure than -.69 wc. (vent length, gas pressure and...
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    You want to check for 24v to common, not ground....

    You want to check for 24v to common, not ground.

    The six pin connector (P1) on the fan timer board should have 24v between Pin 3 and 6. Also, the other end of that harness to the 8 pin connector...
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    I will second this comment. This isn't an...

    I will second this comment.

    This isn't an older Carrier Package unit you are playing with, is it?
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    I think that model number should be CPG2451-B. ...

    I think that model number should be CPG2451-B.

    The library part of their web site is - http://www.nationalcomfortproducts.com/info.php#spec

    The parts list shows the number for the pressure...
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    Sounds like you have the mini ignitor conversion...

    Sounds like you have the mini ignitor conversion in this unit.

    Goodman did have a bulletin on this model about 9-10 years ago where a new bracket is installed to moved the ignitor about a 1/4...
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    I would use the heat pump as low a temperature as...

    I would use the heat pump as low a temperature as you can.

    Even at 7 deg OAT, a 2 ton heat pump of this vintage is putting out about 11-14,000 btuh of heat.
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    The thermal balance point is where the heat loss...

    The thermal balance point is where the heat loss of the home equals the heat output of the heat pump.

    At zero degrees, the heat pump will not put out enough heat to maintain the thermostat set...
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    No, you are correct. I wrote it poorly. What I...

    No, you are correct. I wrote it poorly.

    What I was trying to say is: energizes standby heat which is normally under the control of second stage heating.

    The manual specifically states: changes...
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    LTCO - Low Temperature Cut-Off Below this...

    LTCO - Low Temperature Cut-Off

    Below this outdoor temperature, the compressor (heat pump) will no longer operate, and only standby heat is energized (if installed), with a call for second stage...
  25. Seal any possible leaks in the access door that...

    Seal any possible leaks in the access door that might exist.

    With that unit in the garage, you don't want to be sucking in exhaust fumes from the cars.
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