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    Both of these codes are related to overcurrent...

    Both of these codes are related to overcurrent situations in the inverter compressor circuit and are closely related. Since you have already changed inverter boards, the only other problem could be...
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    Trane minisplits are rebadged Gree (Chinese), and...

    Trane minisplits are rebadged Gree (Chinese), and their VRF is rebadged Samsung (Korean). JCI teamed up with Sanyo (now Panasonic) years ago to offer Sanyo's rebadged Eco-i VRF series as their own,...
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    furnace bonnet temp (before evap) should be...

    furnace bonnet temp (before evap) should be limited to 88F max. This will prevent overloading the indoor coil, which is now in cooling mode, with too much heat. it also should keep discharge air no...
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    The EEV in each evap maintains its own superheat,...

    The EEV in each evap maintains its own superheat, typically 1-5F. As EEV's open to lower the superheat (when load increases), the suction pressure rises, which tells the compressor to speed up. The...
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    What you have is an oversized return and...

    What you have is an oversized return and undersized supply for the 2.5-3T system you think is needed. With the oversized blower, and total static of the combined supply/return/registers there, you...
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    Wogpa, thanks. That sounds like a great idea and...

    Wogpa, thanks. That sounds like a great idea and may get me close.....2 spd ODU is cooling only and I could connect it as non-communicating instead, but wouldn't dual fuel configuration want to run...
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    kfitman....I'm not sure that you are grasping the...

    kfitman....I'm not sure that you are grasping the situation completely. I could very easily do what you describe if I had a conventional system with a 24V AC thermostat and W output connected to the...
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    Thanks for the replies but I'm not understanding...

    Thanks for the replies but I'm not understanding completely....

    The 4 wires to the smart sensors, zoning panel, furnace and condenser are (2)RS232 data + (1)24vH + (1)24vC. The 24v terminals in...
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    Carrier Infinity Zoning

    Ok guys, I've been out of the field since before these things came out and moved into commercial service management. Looking for some help from those of you that work with this stuff everyday.
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    Andover continuum 866-v vav controller

    Hey guys,

    A little out of my league here but I think I may have a room sensor wiring issue.

    This controller has a generic stat wired into smart sensor terminals. Seems that smart sensor...
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    here is the parts list for your model

    Model#: ERGW00121A Mfg#: P6819106F
    Part Number Description Substitution
    A3326003 CLAMP, HOSE
    A3326801 GROMMET OBSOLETE
    A3335502 STRAP, EXPANSION TANK
    A3414405 MANUAL, INSTALLATION...
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    Sounds like there might not be enough water flow....

    Sounds like there might not be enough water flow. Normal water TD in the heating mode should be 10F, 15F max. 12 to 20max in cooling. Also, with 41F entering water, sounds like an open loop using...
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    I may have the exact new EZ zone controller. What...

    I may have the exact new EZ zone controller. What is your part#?
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    Loop Water Controller

    Does anybody know who makes a generic LWC? Looking for an alternative to making our own 4H/4C temp ctrl panel with hi/lo alarm and pump lead/lag/flow fail rotation. No interface to WHSP's or external...
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    Hey Lou F

    You'd better get that heater looked at. 110 degree rise is a clear indicator that something is wrong. Typically, gas furnaces are rated for 35min to 75 max temp rise through them. You may have an...
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    maybe an A14 tip was used to solder the valves in...

    maybe an A14 tip was used to solder the valves in without disassembling them first?
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    a low ambient kit..

    is what you may need, not just the board. If your unit requires, the kit may also contain a crankcase heater. Some don't need a heater, but best to check before putting in a board only. Yes, heat...
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    Confusion

    There is no reasonable economic balance point where the fossil fuel furnace is more efficient than the heat pump, until it's about -10F outside, when the heat pump's COP is at .95 (equal to the...
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    software? spreadsheet?.....

    Balance point is the point where the heat pump's output becomes equal to the heat loss of the structure. With a proper heat loss calc and performance ratings of the equipment, this can be plotted in...
  21. A residential grade multisplit heat pump....

    only has one compressor and one reversing valve. Therefore, there would be no way it can produce heating and cooling at the same time. Also, I believe most brands will require that all tstats be...
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    The factory charge amount is for 100' (one way)...

    that means the length of just one of the tubes. The full factory charge amount must be in the system, not half of it. If single tube length is over 100', then additional refrigerant is needed

    The...
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    Wow!- saturated would be the little temperature...

    Wow!- saturated would be the little temperature scale thingy on the inside of your gauges or maybe even the temperature on a p/t chart. Scary
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    You won't get much response here...

    as the Eco-G is not yet available in the U.S. It is a gas engine driven VRF heat pump powered by a precision Nissan engine. Great stuff- can't wait til it's available here.
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    2000 cfm for heating?

    is this a heat pump? It does not sound that way from some things in your posts. If it is a gas or oil furnace as it sounds, it is unlikely that your system needs to move 2000 cfm in heating. Probably...
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