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Jinxed myself. Found another one thursday night.
That is odd because when I called TP about that particular furnace he said the last of them rolled off the line in 83. Perhaps he meant that particular model number, but I took it as the other way...
Iirc the last of the thermopride gas furnaces came off the line in 1983. Should be a plate on the front of the exchanger you can remove to inspect it. Last one I found 2 passages were plugged with...
I did 2 more nordyne coils this week. I think we are close to 20 for the year.
ALSO IT IS A GAS FURNACE WHICH CAN BE CHANGED OU TO PROPANE FAIRLY EASY BY GETTING THE ORPHACE TUBES THROUGH TRANE THEY RUN CHEAP.
As long as it works better I don't see the issue
About like this.
Filters are changed on a weekly basis. It's just really really dusty.
It's a tennis court.
Found this in a concrete plant. Amazingly it cleaned up really well.402531402541402551402561
At least that's what I was told when I questioned the owner about his fancy flue piping. Gas pipe is secure as well.402481402491402501402511402521
IIRC that was a HP and air handler with electric heat. The blower mounts to the left side of the cabinet, it is an upflow. May be hard to see in that picture. Also it is not mounted on a box, but has...
Best dryer vent you'll see.401211401221
The red thing is a recycling bin.
Second one is somewhat self explanatory. Also, guess which way the gas cocks turn.401181401191401201
A sheet metal abomination.401171
I've been a member here for quite some time, yet have never posted in what may be the greatest sub forum on the internet. I'd like to share some pics of the town I work in. I would argue that it...
Yesterday I had to leave my rush job and go to a 5 day old install that was leaking water. Drain was running uphill.
Yea, it's pretty bad. And don't you dare put a screw in the side of one.
Best part of your post. I love calls like that. 2nd guess on replacing an 80 year old furnace.
Rule of thumb: 45 degree flares are for oil and minisplits, 37 degree are automotive. The yj tool will work for anything you have to do.
LED bulb, comes with both car and wall charger. Very bright, handles falls from heights like no other.
Seems to be about 80 dollars cheaper than what i could pay at the supply house for the YJ.
Looking to buy a sniffer, this one looks comparable to the YJ http://buy1.snapon.com/catalog/item.asp?P65=&tool=all&item_ID=86716&group_ID=20907&store=snapon-store&dir=catalog
Anyone tried it?
Too many variables to consider, lineset size and length, temp and humidity, the condition of your hoses, the last time you cleaned your micron gauge....
I've searched high and low for small leaks...
johnstone in sharonville can order them, I was told 3-4 days to get them in.