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  1. Thread: TRane TXV

    by Chief FFS
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    Trans TXV

    This is the third time recently that I've heard or dealt w this Trane coil issue. What is your superheat at vs. Where it's supposed to be? If you have a high superheat, it's for sure your TXV is not...
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    No, it is not normal to have a unit drip from the...

    No, it is not normal to have a unit drip from the underbelly. I've seen units undercharged that have formed ice on the air handler cabinet and when it thawed out, dripped like that...but in my...
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    Condensation

    Your unit either wasn't installed level or there is a crack in the built in drain pan. Put a level on it and see if it's level. If not, that would explain the condensation dripping to a side as...
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    Not so normal. Any pictures?

    Not so normal. Any pictures?
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    Condensate

    It is normal to get condensation coming from the coil. What's not normal is dripping that condensation into the garage. Yes you should have a secondary drip pan under the coil. Also, I am curious...
  6. Thread: Baxman

    by Chief FFS
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    Stat Wire

    There is not point operationg the 2 stage Rheem furnace without the proper thermostat. If you don't have enough thermostat wire, you can have them run a addawire kit or re-run T-stat wire. If you...
  7. R-22

    Technically, you can't get R-22 units. What you would be receiving is a Nitrogen charged unit that will need to be charged according to lineset length. Energy Star recommends replacing your equipment...
  8. Where I come from, this doesn't count as a Wall...

    Where I come from, this doesn't count as a Wall of Pride photo. What's with the wood support under the air handler?
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    In my opinion, UV lights are best installed by...

    In my opinion, UV lights are best installed by the coil. Unless you have a variable speed blower motor that can run on circulate, the air travels too fast across the light to be effective on a whole...
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