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    B & D has owned Dewalt since 1960.

    Hey figured I'd chime in here. Go with what you can afford and learn with experience that you can't afford to not buy good tools. No matter what you buy, you could find some use for it.
    I started...
  2. So you can't have both but you can get the set...

    So you can't have both but you can get the set temp for the switchover just as low as you can stand.
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    hello hvacsmart

    I thought it was a pretty challenging test, but I'm not the brightest guy out there. I think they put extra tough questions right up front to try to throw you, at least that was my experience. The...
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    I like the unfit for someones mother in law statement...

    It will probably meet all the local legal requirements. But more than likely will fall short of being a great system. If your builder would put you in touch with the hvac contractor, asking him for a...
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    You might not need the coil replaced...

    it should be heatpump compatible, that would have to be looked into. Using a Honeywell Vision Pro 8000 thermostat allows YOU to find out what the temperature to switch it over to gas is and adjust it...
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    Hello to all

    Is that the only thing you've had trouble getting? I'm just now... since December alble to get hold of anything 13 SEER and still can't with my regular brand, being Rheem. I've felt fortunate to get...
  7. I just set one of these up yesterday (11-11-05)

    I don't see a problem energizing the gas furnace during the defrost cycle of the heat pump. Anyone disagree? and most importantly why? Used the Vision Pro 8000 and outdoor sensor for the dual fuel...
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    The Learning Curve....

    with the HVAC-Calc software is relatively painless. The results have been dead on for me. Hands down, the best software money I've ever spent. How many software purchases result in wishing it's...
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    I wouldn't worry about it,

    I've used several of those head pressure controls, like the ICM325H, with good success on a standard motor. Yeah, I also changed out a few fan motors hooked up to them but they lasted a lot longer...
  10. of course you know what heatpumpman would say...

    tecman hit the nail on the head with
    'True the exit air temp is not "hot", but if the registers, returns, and airflow was designed and installed well, you should not feel air blowing on you.'

    I...
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    Hey dhanna,

    Where are you doing your thing?
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    Thanks for the great referral dash.

    I could have all of ya'll fooled. I'll put it like this, learning every day and always trying to do it better. I wish I could help you azee. My work area is North Walton County being DeFuniak Springs...
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    The best humidity control ....

    Would come from having an accurate load calculation done and going by its results to size the new system. Just because you are adding 600 sq ft doesn't automatically mean that you need a bigger...
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    One thing is for sure...

    copper sure ain't what it used to be. I can't work 3/4" copper like I used too, HAD to buy a bender to keep from kinking it. But that was cool, that bender is getting used often.

    I'll never...
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    I just started doing this...

    I usually wear a sweat band all summer long and keep them in the truck. A few weeks back, was out of the paste & and the spray on gell ( which is very handy to use but expensive)and no spare cloth....
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    If you can get it in there...

    go with the variable speed air handler, that will be 21" wide, 22' deep by 35" high. The air handler, my esteamed colleague Baldloonie alluded to is 22" deep too. As far as I know, Rheem & Rudd makes...
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    Yes

    If all the design parameters are correct.
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    Any one got the Robinair 41875?

    I got this digital gauge set about a week ago. I like it alot! Lets see, no bulky and heavy gauges and hoses (just need one for vacuuming and charging), it automatically calculates subcooling or...
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    Click on that box....

    at the top of the page that says 'Looking for an easy to use load calculation program' and buy with confidence that it can do what it says. You'll be supplying that required paper in no time!
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    Great update, keep up the good work Don.

    Now if he could just get the program to go out and measure these houses out by itself! Highly recommended software, easy to use and makes me look smarter than I really am! Now just got to hope the...
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    Where did that picture come from?

    I agree with the Diceman, that's a keeper. Thanks for posting it.
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    HVAC LoadCalc

    Don Sleeth IS the MAN. Try it for free, buy it with confidence. Support IS available. Check it out. Take care,http://www.hvac-calc.com Click your way into Canada!
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    Don Sleeth is the man!

    I've thanked Don for his software on several occasions now. To all contractors looking to go a step closer to professional, this is a must. I am the only contractor in my area that does a load...
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    Alltemp, I like that cover page. Does Don give...

    Alltemp, I like that cover page. Does Don give his blessings to this? If so, I might add a little something to my sales presentation book. About HVAC-CALC, it's been a true blessing for me and the...
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