Type: Posts; User: Chuck
I've never had any issues with chads toolbox.
If it is objectionably loud, and ductwork is sized properly, the CFM for each zone can be programmed lower.
Yes, the furnace only modulates to the firing rate dictated by the CFM for each...
I think you want an electrician or a fireplace professional.
Preferably before the house burns down.
Fieldpiece sta2. Quick and easy airflow measurement. I think Jim has a video on it.
I always used to do it that way. But I can afford a tool to do it more easily, so I bought one.
Induced draft appliance common vented with a draft hood equipped appliance = the most dangerous code approved installation.
You obviously don't work for a Lennox dealer. ;)
Run of the mill residential? Lol
I use mine on a weekly (or more frequent) basis. It has prevented callbacks on more than one occasion. You'll learn if you keep doing this long enough.
This is the set I got.
What about the intermittent pressure switch issues that start working as soon as you touch it? I've had a lot of them, sometimes it is the switch, sometimes not. With this tool you can hook it up...
I love mine too. By far the best adjustable wrench available.
.1 is usually not enough draft for an oil burner unless you mean overfire draft.
The only way to know would be to measure the draft when boiler is running.
Did the service person test with a combustion analyzer?
I missed that. That's a problem.
Yes, they work great.
Leads is one place Fieldpiece could use a lot of improvement. I have a set of Fluke twist lock leads on my SC56
I can't speak from any experience, but looking at the specs it looks like it would do the trick. 60K ohm range is much better than the 902.
Yes, it's as tough and durable as any Fluke meter, that isn't a problem. I ran into it's limitations on a regular basis. Thermistors aren't the only thing high ohm ranges are useful for.
The 902 really fails as a do it all HVAC meter since it does not do DC millivolts and resistance stops at 1k.
I don't like a huge heavy tool bag so prefer to carry only one meter, the 902 was an...
I've had good luck with that one too
And no, a different brand of burner will make no difference in efficiency or “clean burn”. A clean burn is defined as zero smoke and CO numbers that stay below 100 during light off, run, and...
Yes, the low draft needs to be fixed. Now, did the technician do a smoke and combustion test? If not, you can expect it to soot up again and need another expensive cleaning.
LOL We haven't seen above zero since Sunday!
I never heard of bluestacks till now, I'll try it on Windows later today.