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    What was the head pressure when you had a 20 PSIG...

    What was the head pressure when you had a 20 PSIG suction. And what was the SC.
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    2 stage furnaces are not, nor were they ever for...

    2 stage furnaces are not, nor were they ever for fuel savings. They are for comfort. Thats all.
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    Use less gas.

    Use less gas.
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    I said its the companies liability, not their...

    I said its the companies liability, not their workers comp.
  5. Should be able to just replace the water heater.

    Should be able to just replace the water heater.
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    Low to off, saves money over never shutting off.

    Low to off, saves money over never shutting off.
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    They're still an employee, so they are covered by...

    They're still an employee, so they are covered by the companies liability insurance.
  8. It can help keep the fossil fuel from being used...

    It can help keep the fossil fuel from being used as soon.
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    Its not legal. But it isn't GTA. Its...

    Its not legal. But it isn't GTA. Its unauthorized/illegal use of a motor vehicle.
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    Not in PA.

    Not in PA.
  11. So its a 2 ton, doing the work on a 1.5 ton load....

    So its a 2 ton, doing the work on a 1.5 ton load.


    Just get a thermostat with an adjustable dead band.
  12. Sounds like the system may be over sized for the...

    Sounds like the system may be over sized for the house.
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    It would have longer run times in low, providing...

    It would have longer run times in low, providing a longer more constant heat, then the 60,000 on high shutting off sooner.
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    If they don't. They wouldn't be a very valuable...

    If they don't. They wouldn't be a very valuable employee, would they.
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    Moved to Junk yard.

    Moved to Junk yard.
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    It would be around a 50 to 53,000 BTU input. So...

    It would be around a 50 to 53,000 BTU input. So it would have a longer run time then a single stage 60,000

    A 60,000 2 stage would be slightly better during he milder temps. but the 75,000 would be...
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    A 2 stage 75,000 input will provide him better...

    A 2 stage 75,000 input will provide him better comfort, then a single stage 60,000 would. Neither would be an incorrect size.



    Customers preferred indoor temp is more important then manual J's...
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    Perhaps most, but not all.

    Perhaps most, but not all.
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    The OP, is in PA. Fed and PA State regs are...

    The OP, is in PA.

    Fed and PA State regs are overtime is after 40 hours worked in 7 consecutive days here. Return drive to the shop is not required to be paid(unless certain conditions exist).
    ...
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    A 2 ton A/c won't met your sensible load. ...

    A 2 ton A/c won't met your sensible load.


    PS: Manual J states an over sized furnace won't noticeably increase your heating bill. The 75,000 input 2 stage furnace won't increase your heating...
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    Most brands that have a 75,000 BTU input furnace,...

    Most brands that have a 75,000 BTU input furnace, have 50,000 input as their next size down.
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    At 880 sq ft per ton. Probably take some...

    At 880 sq ft per ton. Probably take some expensive upgrades, just to drop the A/C down 1/2 ton to a 2 ton system.
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    Sounds about right with that load calc.

    Sounds about right with that load calc.
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    You don't have one. A good tech can easily fix...

    You don't have one.

    A good tech can easily fix you up with an alternative though.

    Thread closed.
  25. Because most thermostats have an internal...

    Because most thermostats have an internal jumper/shunt between G and Y. Saves money on using a more expensive relay in the thermostat.


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