Type: Posts; User: adamt56
I've not a clue. Whatever comes stock new in Carrier Performance series units.
The lines going into the house or out . . . What is the difference? The sounds is heard when standing outside next to the unit and comes from within.
It is not a continuous noise - The compressor...
Yes, I am sure. It was/is clearly a noise coming from the outside unit.
The tech came out and said everything was fine. Explained that is was the pressure equalizing instantly (something like that).
Hi, I just noticed that my outdoor unit is making a louder than what I believe is normal clunking noise when it shuts off.
Is this cause for concern? The (Carrier) unit it slightly over 1 year...
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What's that? Rigid fiberglass duct or space pak systems? :D
Besides old and ugly :) - I was wondering what type of duct is pictured on the right. It seems like just a browish/black paper covering fiberglass.
Basically, the two duct types have pulled apart...
I'm not sure I can think of any reason why it wouldn't help. It's free money back in your pocket.
Since I know nothing . . . Can the air handler be adjusted to handle the filter or does this have more to do with the duct work?
So, the media filter could possibly damage the system?
Depends on the time of year. The unit runs most of the day right now (96 out today). And we try to keep it cool in here 76-77 during day and 72 at night.
12 months with the honeywell filter you...
3 1/2 ton
Awesome. I was actually just looking at the Honeywell FC40R 1078 - 24x24x4 - which will fit fine into my return
Care to expand upon why?
Ya, I actually have a Flanders/PrecisionAire on my largest air return (24x24x1). I think that one is killing me the most.
Maybe this is a weird question, but I'd like to get an idea of what people are using for air filters.
Which are the most effective and don't put too much resistance on your return air?
Yes, the charge was a bit low. He said when when it was installed, it might have been cooler out (now is is 90 degrees during the day) and they didn't get it quite perfect. So added a bit of coolant....
Maybe, if it can make icicles hang from the ceiling
You could be right about the duct work -
I just listened to what the 3 companies said that came out to give estimates.
3 ton seems about right though with 1450 sq foot living area, 1954 home...
It replaced a 2.5 ton which was undersized.
One room which has three large windows facing West heats up pretty good during the day. I am in the process of coating those windows with window film...
It is already installed (8 months old).
It has been having some problems getting the temperature in the house down to where we like it (73-74 during the day) and seems to run very long cycles at...
3 ton, correct?