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floor joists are flush with TOP of foundation. 1 1/8 or such plywood floor is on top of joist, so ALL must go through
concrete unless you can go up an interior wall and over at the ceiling joist!...
So new construction. floor is AT the foundation so there is no
side wall to run venting through? Just build a chase to run it up and out the wall?
Thats my great idea???
Oh 1 1/4 gas pipe through...
Very common issue.. uneven temps, the cold air doesnt want to go up like the heated air. One degree an hour is common if properly sized. So it appears your getting good performance. If you want it...
yes its a 5 year old dan foss..
Heat works great but the feeder tubes frost in cooling?? 65/165 as I recall.
So I figure the EXP Valve is Tango Uniform..
Any other pointers would certainly help....
NOPE 24V DOESENT CARE ..COURSE THE SCHEMATIC IS GONE TOO??,,,24 IS A SERIES CIRCUIT and different timing is inside each
The sequencer is a switch... on the hot side.. common would go to the other end of the heat strip. with common on one side and hot on the other you will blow the breaker when the sequencer closes!!...
New board requiring the flame sensor kit.. It wouldnt work. Change control board twice, fix by sanding off the burner. Pulled the burner and cleaned the end and the inside of the lip. Lots of white...
Answer: my yellow jacket manifold went bad.. rebuilt time!!
So MY OWN install, I evacuated after pressure testing with nitro. HUH?? It would suck in but 6 oz of R22. Well it was record high forecast for today. 95 in Portland, OR. So I thought I would pump and...
just google ac motor power comsumpsion.. Small than designed motor will overheat and
fail. Load has to be match to the mechanical and electrical load...
One horsepower is 640 watts as I recall.....
took the drawing I needed.....
something loose on the meter outside most likely..
They usually will come out ASAP..
They just dont like big booms or
DO IT NOW>> they respond 24-7 if a serious leak..
Knowing the sequence of operation is a big help..you figured out..on cooling the combust
blower shouldnt be running.. I'd have run it in heat mode too.
You did verify that the combust blower...
POKED Around on the web and found a couple of drawings..
I should be able to figure it out..
new relay. 6 connections 2 coil one normal open and closed..
I've got a plan now!! [way scary huh!!]...
I did put in a standard one.. no change
I tried to straight line the wiring, but that didnt help..
seemed simple enough
2 coil wires
1 speed heat/1 speed cool. Its like one leg of the 220 is in...
ITS got no schematic. the relay label is gone. York tech support..
we dont have the info its too old...
Fan runs all the time. I think its misswired.
model MCB36-6B SN --JM17753B or the...
Wow!! well the air temp wont be a fire hazard.. but I hope they are all in interior walls.
Otherwise the heat loss will be really terrible..
SO the registers are in the walls, with no "boot" metal...
On average the TECH can install, but the INSTALLER usually doesnt have the
experience,knowledge or tools to be a TECH. Doing something by rote is
nothing like troubleshooting.
I usually find the control board is cutting off ignition too soon b4 the the valve opens.
There needs to be reasonable overlap between gas and lighting device.
4 seconds anyway...
Never had the...
Best to have your pro technician have a look. If not, more damage can
Smart homeowners know when to call in the experts!
Seems every inspector has a favorite area.. Maybe electrical, or venting
sometimes it depends on their workload, if they have 14 places to go to,
including travel time they may be onsite for 5...
Heat pumps move BTU, the temp is affected by many factors, If not properly charged
duct configuration and insulation of them. Air speed.. Each system has a totally different
duct setup Im sure.....
part was defective... bad before/repalce part now works... There wasnt a model B on his truck..
1. I'd start with the compressor rating and see if it REALLY 36K btu.. manufactures are
often off of the rating with smaller compressors.
2. Course you cant test the AC cause its too cold??...