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this is correct.
Look at your head NOT valve plate when choosing gasket ....match it up to your head ...
Posted the above assuming you have a power burner.
Give us a photo...
Is it like this ?
Didn't know they used to work properly .
as flange said ,,,possible heat exchanger issue .
Is it sooted inside ? It may not be restricted , soot will INSULATE and kill heat transfer.
From what I read you won't get ninety degrees with the air your moving
You say your over on air .
Did you have a test and balance ?
What's your cfm and actual temp rise .
Assuming cfm is 18000 and td is 25....
CFM * 1.08 * tRise = btuh
Im wondering if the ice controller has a discharge sensor that is used in conjunction with the staging . If it improperly placed it may affect staging .
Does he ice controller have its own...
Does the icecon monitor discharge air temp and base its control using that?
Are you reading the discharge air temp with your thermometer or the units display?
Just a thought ,I've seen...
Never had good luck with their service .
Stay on them .
Your are correct ,,,,caplilary up if vertical. If down you will have issues!
These days its seems it more about cheap and fast...
Take care of number 1.
This is more common than you think.
It will all blow over.
As long as he's wrong the evidence will show the truth.
As long as your being accused have your new shops...
12-23-2012, 03:32 PM
don't know ,,,I was HVAC,,,,and it was back in 1993 there abouts
12-23-2012, 09:06 AM
Lawyer up man
The insurance company knows you got them by the balls .
They will never admit it though and will act is if they are doing you a favor .
I see a slam dunk and a out of court...
12-23-2012, 08:55 AM
I laughed so hard I almost threw up ...thank you!!!
12-23-2012, 08:45 AM
I'm seeing at least 180K
12-23-2012, 08:44 AM
BTW in my opinion you should get all your bills paid , covered for lost time and revenue,and pain and suffering...
Anyone who fails to secure their animals is asking for it. Its their problem and...
12-23-2012, 08:38 AM
I hope you make a full recovery!
I've been bitten at work myself ,,,and it sucks .
One time the HO had a kid hold the dog on a leash and the next thing I know the kid turned the dog...
Is this in between floors ? I assume it is
If it's exposed to adjoining unconditioned areas I could understand ...
I hate to hear of anyone getting killed in a totally preventable manner ... Its sad...
+1 on the ideas here.
I always use a meter and then go back with a voltstick .
I have found failed disconnects and secondary feeds that would not have been fun to find by touch.
I ALWAYS cut...
12-23-2012, 08:05 AM
I know a guy that did that on a retro job in a house that went from hydronic to forced air....
Cut a beam under the kitchen and instantly you could set a tennis ball on the floor and it would...
Here it is...
I believe it happened in Henderson KY BTW
I stand corrected .... Guy died in a basement working on a natural gas unit.... He did die from CO poisoning...
I could have sworn it happened on a roof top... I had a couple really big units...
not sure it made the news ,,,one of my coworkers brother in law was the victim in the neighboring county....osha is involved. As well a bunch of lawyers
I'll talk to him and see what I can dig up...
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