Type: Posts; User: rundawg
The manual I have says the unit will produce 1431 cfm with the blower motor on "HIGH" speed @ .50" wc of Static Pressure.
The nominal cooling on this unit is 2.5 - 3.5 tons.
No it doesn't.
All safeties (limit, roll out, Pressure switch), are proved by the smart valve for operation to continue.
If there is a control board for the blower, the smartvalve will also...
Did your try googling "variable air volume pdf" ?
I know several things come up with that search, but I don't know if goes into what you are looking for.
Having the "W" wire hooked to the data port on the valve will work, as it can actually be wired that way in straight thermostat to smart valve applications that do not have a control board.
B - Trane/GE designation (Always "B")
YC - gas/electric package unit
120 - 120,000 btuh cooling
F - major design sequence
3 - 200-230/60/3 (electrical designation)
It switched from 30 ga to 28 ga when the 2009 mechanical code came out.
I would think not.
You would end up with the same issue as venting with a Cat.I appliance should one of the two Cat. IV appliances be "OFF" , or one having a higher positive pressure than the...
80% furnaces (induced draft) are Cat. I Furnaces that have a NEGATIVE vent pressure just like your water heater, and are allowed to be common vented if done correctly.
The combustion motor...
Jumping the test pins is just a quick test to show you the defrost is working, by verifying the reversing valve is energized, condenser fan stops and electric heat comes on.
Jumping to "TEST",...
I emailed you what I have on this unit.
According to the electrical data on page 3 of the install manual, that unit can be 230/1, 208/3, 230/3 and 460/3. It doesn't look like the model number is...
I know this is not what you want to hear, but this forum is for technicians to discuss problems associated with HVAC without getting into details about troubleshooting.
I'm sorry, but we don't...
It is a 2 ton, 10 seer unit.
At almost 25 years old, you have gotten a good useful life out of it. There is no telling how much longer it will last.
I would be taking the time to research some...
2nd stage is controlled by the W2 terminal on the board.
I have one on troubleshooting the SV9520H valve and ST9160 fan timer, which I'm not sure where I got.
The troubleshooting Guide I have on the SV9541, is a Honeywell document.
I sent them to...
I'm sorry, but we don't post manuals or technical information on this forum.
The bulletin basically says Armstrong is not admitting to pressure switch failures, but switches manufactured after a...
I emailed it to you also.
E - Elyria Plant
A - January
B - 1993
M - Manufacturer Basic Unit
010471 - Sequence Number
Depending on what size heat kit is installed, it sounds like one or more of the elements are not coming on.
You should be able to troubleshoot the sequencers, limits, fuses and elements to see...
We don't post manuals and technical information in this "OPEN" forum because it would be accessible to any google search.
You have enough posts to apply for PRO membership, which will allow you to...
You stumped the dawg on that one. I'm guessing a 1970's furnace?
Sorry, but I have nothing on this unit.
47.6 (WC) x 1.19 (SG) x .80 = 45.3 lbs of refrigerant
45.3 (refrigerant wt.) + 27.6 (tare weight) = 72.9 max tank gross weight*
*Note: WC and Tare weights will vary with different...
I do understand there a several different cylinder sizes with different water capacities (WC), and each refrigerant has a different specific gravity (SG), and tanks aren't rated just for one type of...
I'm going to throw up the "I don't agree with this argument" Flag.
First, I will not disagree that there are TWO regulations (AHRI Guideline K-2004 and DOT 49 CFR 173.304a) , but will disagree...