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  1. Carrier/Bryant blower on after power up code 12

    Carrier/Bryant:"blower on after power up code 12", is this a real problem or just nuisance fault? Furnace is a 90i Evolution. Two events recorded since the start of the new year. Thank you in...
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    Tedkidd, that's a good idea. I'll have to look...

    Tedkidd, that's a good idea. I'll have to look into it because the heat pump I currently have is a p.o.s. in my opinion anyway.
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    Yes, I'll be be dealing with the same problem. ...

    Yes, I'll be be dealing with the same problem. This just buys me time so I can get it fixed.
    I thought the same thing about how dirty the blower looked. The only thing I can figure is I was using a...
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    Tedkidd, I was able to lock on low heat through...

    Tedkidd, I was able to lock on low heat through the thermostat. Thanks for the tip.
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    I don't have a manometer. I'm just going by what...

    I don't have a manometer. I'm just going by what the thermostat reads. Keep in mind I don't do hvac for a living, although after all the b.s. I've experienced with this house I won't be fooled again...
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    Rodney, Yes I would header the two 2x6's and I'm...

    Rodney,
    Yes I would header the two 2x6's and I'm thinking I'll just have the left side pull air from the 1st floor (along with that 1st fl bedroom) and the existing return plenum will pull its air...
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    Output Btu is 73000 for low Input Btu is 78000...

    Output Btu is 73000 for low
    Input Btu is 78000 for low
    Output Btu is 113000 for high
    Input Btu is 120000 for high

    bryant furnace 355aav060120

    I agree this beast seems to be happy on low...
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    .50 with filter removed but door back on....

    .50 with filter removed but door back on.
    Needless to say I have to keep a clean filter on this system or else the thermostat will let know it's not happy.

    Your typical home owner would never...
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    Tedkidd, you said to lock on low. Is this...

    Tedkidd, you said to lock on low. Is this something I can do at the thermostat? It typically runs on low heat except when I do three degree setback. When it kicks on in the morning to recover the...
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    The air coming in from the bottom is filtered. It...

    The air coming in from the bottom is filtered. It comes from the return plenum through the filter and the furnace sits on a 5 1/2" high square metal box which I was told would simulate air being fed...
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    I've done it before and it was definitely a...

    I've done it before and it was definitely a return problem.

    I do remember the techs installing the furnace telling me that the reason they used that 5 1/2" tall box the furnace sits on, was so...
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    Left side of furnace.

    Left side of furnace.
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    High heat/high blower: static pressure is .50...

    High heat/high blower: static pressure is .50 without the filter installed.
    Does this mean the duct work is adequate and choking point is at the blower?
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    1hp blower motor picture.

    1hp blower motor picture.
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    Yes, they installed it to help the blower.. I...

    Yes, they installed it to help the blower.. I think the installers did this to avoid adding a second return on the other side of the blower.

    Static pressure does drop without the filter in as it...
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    Yes, one more filter rack. The furnace already...

    Yes, one more filter rack. The furnace already sits 5 1/2" off the floor because it sits on a square metal box.
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    There's a storage room on the left side of the...

    There's a storage room on the left side of the furnace. You're looking at a studded wall separating the storage rooms. I would have to do something with 2x6 studs as they are load bearing. There are...
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    Vstech: The furnace does sit on a 5 1/2" tall...

    Vstech: The furnace does sit on a 5 1/2" tall square duct to help the blower sick air. I was told that's why it sits on the ductwork.

    Sorry for the rotated picture. I'm not sure why it keeps doing...
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    I could maybe feed one side of the blower with...

    I could maybe feed one side of the blower with the 1st floor duct work and leave the other side fed by the 2nd floor alone.

    Thoughts?
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    I've been told the blower would thank me if I...

    I've been told the blower would thank me if I added another return on the other side of the blower.
    I do have a bedroom on the 1st floor without a return in it (room is comfortable) that I could...
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    One more picture.

    One more picture.
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    The return duct measures 14x25. The 1st floor...

    The return duct measures 14x25. The 1st floor return uses the floor joints for about 4 feet after it makes a 90 degree bend. Does this affect air flow?
    Sorry for the poor picture.
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    Bryant evolution high static pressure

    I have a Bryant Evolution furnace with the evolution control thermostat. Is the static pressure of .38 for low heat and .89 for high heat normal?

    I'm using a merv 8 20x25x5 filter.

    This is a...
  24. Really? I wasn't aware of this. OK then I'll get...

    Really? I wasn't aware of this. OK then I'll get rid of the Honeywell thermostat with its OAT sensor. Thanks!
  25. Will a Honeywell OAT sensor work with Evolution/Infinity control?

    I am planning on having my Honeywell Visionpro replaced by an Evolution/Infinity control and was told that my current Honeywell OAT sensor will work with a NIM. Is this true?
    Fyi: my furnace is an...
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