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Lets say he wouldn't have been shot. Lets say he fled the scene, got caught a mile down the road.
Different story, right?
Except that when he, or someone else talked about it, the story...
Yeah. schmidt was willing to pay a little extra for the mechanical stuff than the others.
Since the duct is not in the attic, blow away with the insulation.
With our winters, 8" isn't enough in the attic, so I'm glad to see your getting r60 up there.
Sounds like a ryan/fischer home.
Equipment installed by the big "W" in town. Maybe air tron.
and for failure to provide identification.
After that, I'll assume your saying a reasonable person resists being detained?
Give me a break.
I've been pulled over without having a license on...
Don't put the cincy police on a pedestal.
If this was 2005, you'd be talking about how bad the cincy police are.
I've only met the UC police once, and I was the one filing a complaint for theft.
Seemed professional enough for me.
I'm not aware of any reason other than the front plate missing.
In the car...
Whos the rent a cop?
Where are you people getting your information?
Tasers, rent a cop, killed for a missing front plate, untrained?
All untrue, except for maybe the untrained part.
slinger feels that using lethal force is acceptable way to stop a fleeing suspect.
On the moral side, not legal.
I would say that police bring fleeing suspects in ALL THE TIME, without using...
UC police aren't issued tasers.
By the ohio statue, based on this:
"committed first degree murder because he was a kid that couldn't control the situation properly"
That wouldn't be first degree...
You might want to check your case law on that.
Most recently that comes to my mind, is a case that went to the indiana supreme court.
Police performed an illegal search and seizure of a home...
Shouldn't have shot him.
Guy shouldn't have ran.
I'm not gonna say the citizen was blameless, because he was less than an upstanding citizen. Has a few priors.
Theres no way he should have...
I don't know if I would even worry about using the gas from the tank. Lets be real about the cost of 410a.
That unit is gonna hold what, 3 lbs?
The other question I have for you, is did you use...
FYI, Amana/Goodman. They call it "smartshift".
They actually made a board/kit to "upgrade" the 08-10 models, but has been standard since '11 ish.
They used to switch on the fly all the time.
Noisy, but did it that way for decades.
There's about 2000+ condo's around here with completely open returns. I mean literally nothing connect to the bottom of the airhandler.
You'd screw the airhandler to the wall, hanging it in the...
I'm sad to admit, we have an old amana HTM heat exchanger sitting around the shop.
Looks like the heat exchanger they use in pool heatpump heaters.
Lennox did something similarly stupid, called...
What kind of thermostat?
Is it programmable?
I've seen a setback thermostat that at 4am was set to 80*, then at 5am 70*.
It would raise the temp slowly over the night, hit the temp, then start...
You would be required to pay for the labor on the thermostat, even in warranty though honeywell.
Alright, lets try to get a clear answer.
It sounds like you have a leak. If he pumped nitrogen in, and could literally hear it leaking, thats a pretty bad leak.
I would recommend against...
Look at the previous "thread".
More like a tome.
2 story units have problems with 2-stage. Whats it gonna do with modulating?
Only 2 modulating furnace we've installed we've had problems.
looks fine to me.
Make sure he hooks up the flue pipe.
They do recommend it.
At 400 PSI for 24 hours. No joke. It's in the HFI training literature.
As far as warranty, your guy needs to contact fujitsu NO MATTER WHAT. He must have an authorization...
Bill, It has to have been a year since I've seen that. Good laughs.
That compressor sounds loud as can be.
I'd think overcharge.
Lochinvar water-tube wallmount boiler.
Atleast by the HX. Taken to many apart.
The inducer is the worst part.
I've got a similar piping setup somewhere around here. Just doesn't make sense.
This may sound weird, although I do get the irony.
Thats not a daikin remote.
Something I've found out about these minisplits, is no one actually makes anything. It's all outsourced.
"What do you mean you can't work on my unit?"
"What do you mean barbwire poking a hole in the condenser isn't covered by the warranty?"
"What do you mean, WTF is wrong with me?"
Call a professional before you break it worse than it already is.
you don't check the unit out to determine the cause of the part failure?
I agree with JT and bill.
Probably leaking. Thank the air conditioning gods we've gone AL.
Still should do a leak...
You absolutely may have a bad sequencer.
It has nothing do with with hot refrigerant lines.
Have you seen the recent ARI match ups?
I've got 3 ton units on 5 ton air handlers, REQUIRED to hit high seer appplications.
Even on low seer, lots of 3 ton on some pretty big coils.
depends on the inspector.
Some go nuts.
I've literally been handed the sticker to put on the unit before, didn't want to have to go inside.
72* @ 95* sounds like design temps to me.
Anyone else agree?
Call back the guy who installed the TXV. Tell him it's not working.
Next time put all that in one post. There's almost a page of nothing but your response. Thanks.
Anyways, glad I'm not catholic.
Thats how I felt 2 weeks ago.
Barely make it in the door, fall on the couch.
Thats rough man.
Apparently you haven't seen the amana 18 seer line. Dwarfs that by comparison.
I respectfully disagree.
I would be concerned with capping and vent after a trap. It may be acting as a vent for a double trap situation.
I would recommend having a contractor install an...
You've had a few bungling techs there.
that small of a difference in the piston size wouldn't cause your issues.
As much as I hate to recommend it, due to your recent run of techs, you need to...
don't anticipate what the fan will do. It runs depending on load on the exterior coil.
What did your suction do when it ran?
If we were in the same situation, I'd do some wild stuff.
Heck, I do some wild stuff at my house as it is.
Not just for cooling, but for efficiency.
That doesn't mean we would suggest or condone...
If you get cold in the house, and want to heat it up say...5 degrees.
You go to the stat, crank it up.
Are you willing to wait for an hour or two before it gets up 5*? If so,...
Why do you think you hear it run?
It is not unusual to hear an "exhaust noise" if you are near where the flue pipes exit the building, when the A/C is running.
Put your hand near the vent. If air...
Sounds like the situations your describing, the employee has more power than the employer.
Also sounds like those techs have to big of a head on their shoulder.
At the company I work for, I would...
We had a customer demanding service today. Right away.
ONLY 68 in her house.
She said the tech can't leave until it's 63*.
It's 90* here, high humidity.
Who says a service tech can't also do tuneups?
I'm not sitting at home in march because we aren't getting any breakdowns.
What does that even mean?
Just to be clear.
You show up on a PM, find a dirty coil, and DON'T clean it? Or offer to clean?
Inside OR outside?!
You just walk away, and make them wait for a...
I was thinking the same thing.