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    Talk to your electrician, I bet there is an easy...

    Talk to your electrician, I bet there is an easy way to make it work correctly, by code.
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    Just guessing but I would say: Don't pull the...

    Just guessing but I would say:

    Don't pull the flex tight.
    Don't properly support it.
    Don't worry about kinks.
    Don't worry about smashing runs.
    Don't worry about properly taping the flex....
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    Never put a filter AFTER a wood burner. There is...

    Never put a filter AFTER a wood burner. There is too much fire potential. If you put a good filter before the unit you should have no issues.
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    Here's a simple question for you, is there a...

    Here's a simple question for you, is there a light bulb or 120v receptacle in the room?
  5. I don't know that it would really make a...

    I don't know that it would really make a difference in how much plastic enters the environment either as litter or into the landfill. Maybe we're just cheap around here maybe just thrifty but most...
  6. Yes, I was being sarcastic. Half of the stuff on...

    Yes, I was being sarcastic. Half of the stuff on the news is misdirection or of no consequence the other half is misreported and editorialized.
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    It is normal for the line to sweat but for there...

    It is normal for the line to sweat but for there to be that much water it sounds like the compressor is sweating also which it shouldn't under normal conditions. If the compressor is sweating that...
  8. Seriously, Radical Islam IS NOT a threat but IS...

    Seriously, Radical Islam IS NOT a threat but IS being rammed down our throats, but Climate change IS a threat that ISN'T being rammed down our throats by the same media. When did this happen?
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  10. If you look at the wire itself in the equipment...

    If you look at the wire itself in the equipment you will see the same number on that wire as in the diagram.
  11. If the water heater is showing signs of spillage...

    If the water heater is showing signs of spillage did anyone check to see if the inlet to the chimney for the water heater was plugged? You said something about a liner being put in before, what is...
  12. The problem is we no longer have people in power...

    The problem is we no longer have people in power that have the stomach to do the dirty work of war. You don't go into a conflict with limits on your people. You go in to win and win decisively. ...
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    What I said was a 20* drop was typical for my...

    What I said was a 20* drop was typical for my area and how a properly designed/sized system would react here to give you an idea of how yours would react at design conditions. I don't know what...
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    We have a standard design condition of 95*...

    We have a standard design condition of 95* outside, 75* inside. That means if the system is sized perfectly if it's 95* outside and 75* inside the system will run constant. If the temp outside goes...
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    PHM, it has 2 TXVs. If I charge it to the...

    PHM, it has 2 TXVs. If I charge it to the charging chart numbers for heating based on OA at the time it works great in heating, SC is in the 10* -15* range. But when it switches to cooling at that...
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    Just thinking out-loud here so don't slap me. ...

    Just thinking out-loud here so don't slap me. Refrigerant doesn't boil as fast in the heating mode so less refrigerant is moved in total. At the same time there is more heat transferred through...
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    I don't know if you can get a good comparison of...

    I don't know if you can get a good comparison of sound off a video, unless the same sound people are doing the comparison and have the units set up in the exact same location. As said, noise is...
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    Would it work to give them a no win option. ...

    Would it work to give them a no win option.

    "This sheave is bad and needs replaced. I can do it now for "$" or put it back together and it will run for a little while, but the next time I come...
  19. Thread: Consensus

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    While I have seen some TXV problems I have not...

    While I have seen some TXV problems I have not seen near enough for me to not continue to install TXVs.

    With this latest round of gunk getting on the pins and keeping them from moving I'm...
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    Your system is matched, if you go through the...

    Your system is matched, if you go through the work of looking it up on AHRI I'm sure you will find the rating for it. So it's not a matter of having a system with equipment that is not rated...
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    Ok, I think we just found at least part of your...

    Ok, I think we just found at least part of your problem. If the old unit was a 3 ton, why did they put in a 3.5 ton with a 4 ton air handler. The larger outside unit won't need to run as long so...
  22. Thread: Work Pants

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    I think I would question a tech wearing some of...

    I think I would question a tech wearing some of those.:whistle:
  23. Thread: Short Cycling

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    A BTU is a measure of temperature change in a...

    A BTU is a measure of temperature change in a substance. If it's BTUs added its heating, if removed it's cooling.
  24. Thread: Short Cycling

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    I may be wrong, or things may have changed BUT ....

    I may be wrong, or things may have changed BUT . . . . . . . When our power company started switching to digital meters they told me that you couldn't really clock the meters like you could the old...
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    A piece of foam that big can cause a lot of...

    A piece of foam that big can cause a lot of vibration. I have seen the little styrofoam peanuts throw a blower out of balance. That piece of foam looks like weather stripping. We us foam like that...
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