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  1. Thanks!

    Hi Bob, the Church just called me and told me that they recieved those t-stats. They wanted me to pass along their heartfelt thanks! I will be putting them in this weekend for them.
  2. Hi Bob, That's excellent! The address is: ...

    Hi Bob,

    That's excellent! The address is:

    The Dialogue Church
    ATTN: Pastor Steve
    516 Pine Street
    Manchester, NH 03103

    If you'd send me a private message with a way to get you some...
  3. Thanks much for the link, Dave!

    Thanks much for the link, Dave!
  4. Thanks a lot for the help, CM! I'll keep you...

    Thanks a lot for the help, CM! I'll keep you updated as to what we end up doing. Thanks again.
  5. Hi Control Man, I am heading back there in the...

    Hi Control Man,

    I am heading back there in the morning. I will have better information at that time and will post here. This is my 1st time encontering this type of control. As you look inside of...
  6. Old,Very Old, Barber-Colman Microtherm T-Stat

    Hello All,

    I am working at a large church that has a VERY old Barber-Colman control system and I need to replace some of the t-stats. Problem is that I can't find a replacement nor can the...
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    Amazing.

    Amazing.
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    Well, I have a bit of a difference in opinion...

    Well, I have a bit of a difference in opinion here. I think 750 isn't really that great of a vacuum. Did your old system use R-22 refrigerant? Is the new one R-410a? Was your copper line-set...
  9. Thread: Cut To Fit

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    I've personally never used PAM on anything but...

    I've personally never used PAM on anything but cookware. They do have products available that are designed for that specific application.
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    Hi there, Not to sound like a smart @$$ or...

    Hi there,

    Not to sound like a smart @$$ or anything, but what would you do with those numbers? Do you (not you yourself, perhaps, but the average homeowner) know how to convert the pressures to...
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    Smart choice. Congrats on your new system!

    Smart choice. Congrats on your new system!
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    Hi there, looks like a very clean and neat...

    Hi there, looks like a very clean and neat install. Only comment I have to the negative, and it is a minor point, would be that the tin tape used at your flex duct and boot connections will...
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    Hi there, Sounds like a good project you've...

    Hi there,

    Sounds like a good project you've got going on. If you really want to be sure on the heat load/loss of your home with the new addition, check out: http://www.hvaccomputer.com/talkref.asp...
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    Congrats on your new comfort system!

    Congrats on your new comfort system!
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    Was a Heat Loss/Load calculation done after...

    Was a Heat Loss/Load calculation done after having the addition added on? Sound's like you have plenty of heat, just in the wrong places. I agree with the others - zone each floor with a digital...
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    I'd like to thank everyone that took the time to...

    I'd like to thank everyone that took the time to offer their opinions and advice. I did end up selling the job and I will let you know how it turns out - though I don't foresee any issues at all (if...
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    I know this is an old topic, but I am wondering...

    I know this is an old topic, but I am wondering if you happen to have a link to those articles you could share?

    **Oops! I should have read further down the thread. I would have seen the links.
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    Yes it is. Our Customer has a 5300 SqFt home and...

    Yes it is. Our Customer has a 5300 SqFt home and this furnace will be taking care of the 2nd floor living areas.
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    This question is keeping me awake! :D j/k

    This question is keeping me awake! :D j/k
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    Thanks for the quick reply. Yes, I definitely...

    Thanks for the quick reply. Yes, I definitely plan on insulating everything that can be insulated. I have read many furnace installation manuals, but don't recall seeing anything that addresses an...
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    95%+ Furnace In The Attic

    Hi All,

    I have a customer who is determined to have us install a condensing furnace into his unconditioned attic. I don't want to do the job because I can foresee many issues arising due to...
  22. I would like to hear your rational behind that...

    I would like to hear your rational behind that statement, please.
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    In my opinion, you can't go wrong with higher...

    In my opinion, you can't go wrong with higher efficiency. Although, if you live in Florida, the pay-back for the initial investment may take a while longer.....but the Tax Credits should help to...
  24. It's Brazed by the way. :) As was mentioned, make...

    It's Brazed by the way. :) As was mentioned, make sure they remove the suction line drier after 5 days or so. You should be fine. Like the others have said, there are a lot of tech's out there that...
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    Well, without knowing the particulars on your...

    Well, without knowing the particulars on your situation (age of existing equipment, SEER rating, etc) I would say that the chances are that you'll have to replace the indoor coil.
  26. You're the man, Beenthere. I don't know how many...

    You're the man, Beenthere. I don't know how many threads I have read, was about to offer advice, and found you'd already said what I was going to. Smart Tech.
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    I have many replies to this, but will refrain.

    I have many replies to this, but will refrain.
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    To funny lol

    To funny lol
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    Thanks again for the help, all. Not knowing the...

    Thanks again for the help, all. Not knowing the "why" of things has always bugged the heck out of me. Thanks again.
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    Thanks for the replies guys. So it's because of...

    Thanks for the replies guys. So it's because of air in the loops that the circ pumps should be on the supply side of things then? So is it easier to bleed the loops with them on the supply? or is it...
  31. I agree, option two.

    I agree, option two.
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    Circulator Pumps...Supply or Return?

    Hello All,

    I moved up to New England from Florida about six years ago. Until that point, my only experience with hot water boilers had been when I was in the Service, many, many moons ago.
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    If one of those units, when matched up to your...

    If one of those units, when matched up to your indoor coil, qualifies for the 30% installation tax credit, and that credit brings the cost down near the 13 SEER investment, I would go that route. If...
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    The compressor draws higher amps on start-up then...

    The compressor draws higher amps on start-up then it does during normal operation, hence the 30 amp breaker. Use Ohm's Law to figure out your amp draw.
  35. I am holding study groups at work for the 608 and...

    I am holding study groups at work for the 608 and 609 certifications and just went over this. The EPA can assess a fine up to $32,500 per violation, per occurance - this "hack" would be toast were...
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    13 SEER is the Min required today.

    13 SEER is the Min required today.
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    The speed varies in air conditioning mode as well.

    The speed varies in air conditioning mode as well.
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    Good luck to you and your family. As was...

    Good luck to you and your family. As was suggested, I would be back at the bosses door ASAP letting him know that you messed up and you won't let it happen again. It's a shame you have to deal with...
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    Welcome to HVAC/R! A solid and honorable...

    Welcome to HVAC/R! A solid and honorable profession. Well done.
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    Smart move there. Also, after rereading your OP,...

    Smart move there. Also, after rereading your OP, you may want to have them take a look at the ducting as well, unless you're sure it's the furnace making the noise.
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    Has either contractor done a Heat Load/Loss...

    Has either contractor done a Heat Load/Loss calculation on your home? If not, I would request that they do so. If neither will, call in another contractor. It would be a shame to invest your money...
  42. I just went to a seminar hosted by National Grid...

    I just went to a seminar hosted by National Grid and the rep's from Burnham were there and gave about a 1/2 hour talk on the Alpine. Though I haven't had any first hand experience, they seem to be a...
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    VS Air Handler?

    What about installing a Variable Speed Air Handler/Furnace? I'd think the slower air flow would allow for increased moisture removal as it passes over the coil. Also, with the lowered moisture...
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    I would agree with the open return in the...

    I would agree with the open return in the basement adding to your additional load, not to mention decreasing the indoor air quality. Incorrect air flow will play a large part of your utility costs.
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