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  1. Sorry, no DIY at this site. Please read the rules.

    Sorry, no DIY at this site. Please read the rules.
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    You can't go wrong with that!

    You can't go wrong with that!
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    RUN AWAY from home warranty companies and their...

    RUN AWAY from home warranty companies and their contractors. Their work is terrible, even dangerous, judging from what I have seen.

    Search online for complaints about home warranty companies.
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    Becoming a Diamond dealer for Mitsubishi involves...

    Becoming a Diamond dealer for Mitsubishi involves a 3 day training class covering equipment selection, installation and service. I considered it a good class. Installations by Diamond dealers extends...
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    Hang the cost overrun! You're killing the furnace...

    Hang the cost overrun! You're killing the furnace with undersized ducts and restrictive air filters.
    Replacing the duct system is likely to be the only way to have even a new, properly sized...
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    Ask him what "adequate" means. From ADC...

    Ask him what "adequate" means.

    From ADC Flexible Duct Performance & Installation Standards, 5th Edition
    "4.4 Installation and Usage
    Install ducts fully extended. Do not install in the...
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    I'm not familiar with all brands of thermostats....

    I'm not familiar with all brands of thermostats. Most equipment manufacturers have their thermostats made by others. The only time a manufacturer's thermostat is needed is for communicating equipment...
  8. And your OCD. :angel:

    And your OCD. :angel:
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    The Prestige IAQ is very user friendly and has...

    The Prestige IAQ is very user friendly and has the features you need.
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    Hey everybody! Remember the NO DIY rule?

    Hey everybody! Remember the NO DIY rule?
  11. 3 1/2 months with no resolution or even any...

    3 1/2 months with no resolution or even any action? Kick him to the curb! Demand a full refund for breach of contract. Tell him you're considering legal action.
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    I don't know of a similar thermostat. However I...

    I don't know of a similar thermostat. However I question the application of the furnace - what size is it that it runs such a short cycle? A properly sized furnace should run long enough to eliminate...
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    Two quick comments - Flex should never be...

    Two quick comments -
    Flex should never be constricted. He should have attached a metal 90* to the damper before putting it in the ceiling. Instead of using round registers they could have used a 90*...
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    See posts #4 & 13. There's a forced air split...

    See posts #4 & 13. There's a forced air split system in the house, too.
  15. That is what I suspect. Run the dehumidifier for...

    That is what I suspect. Run the dehumidifier for a while longer as it certainly can't hurt.
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    I think the 5/8" or 3/4" issue has to do with a...

    I think the 5/8" or 3/4" issue has to do with a standard split system instead of a ductless.
  17. The ductless systems that I know of use inverter...

    The ductless systems that I know of use inverter technology which will reduce the capacity to match the load as it runs. That eliminates oversizing unless the unit is set too a very low cooling...
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    Yuck! What a mess! The lineset for the ductless...

    Yuck! What a mess! The lineset for the ductless system should have been cut and flared to eliminate the excess. There is a minimum length as well as a maximum length. Unless it is more than 50' (not...
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    We put two Mitsubishi systems in a house last...

    We put two Mitsubishi systems in a house last year. We installed a High Heat unit in the living room for the downstairs and a multi-zone for 3 rooms upstairs. The customer is thrilled with it.

    I...
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    To what extent are you changing the ducts? The...

    To what extent are you changing the ducts? The whole system or just some upgrades?

    There is no reason to use bigger equipment if the existing 3 ton system handled the load.

    Why do you WANT a...
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    Furnace model # and board # would be helpful. My...

    Furnace model # and board # would be helpful. My mind is still in air conditioning mode.
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    You may have misunderstood the purpose of this...

    You may have misunderstood the purpose of this site. It is a forum for HVAC professionals to discuss technical and business matters. It is not for DIY (Do It Yourself) repairs.
    We cannot give...
  23. Gravity is not the force which moves air. It is...

    Gravity is not the force which moves air. It is pressure differential, usually accomplished by a blower designed for the application. An 8" duct booster will not generate enough pressure to move...
  24. What size sticks do you use? :grin2:

    What size sticks do you use? :grin2:
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    Here's how your apology should go - "Coolshower,...

    Here's how your apology should go -
    "Coolshower, I'm sorry I attacked you. I misread your post. Please accept my apology."
    That's what would satisfy me.
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