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    looks like maybe a private labeled rheem ...

    looks like maybe a private labeled rheem

    http://http://globalimageserver.com/fetchDocument.aspx?id=203b7da9-09c9-4c4c-a264-0b1284dbcd03
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    Got this sorted out seems this should have...

    Got this sorted out seems this should have possibly been in pro forum a little confusing having a tech to tech chat in open area. did not realize it was open area sorry
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    Comfortmaker X13 motor

    Hey all I have a customer that has been having blower cutting out intermittently, This is a Comfortmaker FE4P42 air handler with x13 motor, I am trying to locate any specs on these motors that tells...
  4. Did they replace the indoor and outdoor units?...

    Did they replace the indoor and outdoor units? whats the model #'s of both?
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    Perhaps you did not have a leak at all if you did...

    Perhaps you did not have a leak at all if you did not see it actually leaking, Condensate pump could have had moisture in the air condensing on the outside of it in high humid situations causing the...
  6. Ok no garage should be under 55 degrees, this...

    Ok no garage should be under 55 degrees, this should be code! Beer drinking needs to be done in comfortable temperatures. mine stay at 60 just in case the need rises to escape...:D
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    yeah, I quit working on them :D

    yeah, I quit working on them :D
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    You do not need a 60 amp breaker at the unit. all...

    You do not need a 60 amp breaker at the unit. all that is required at the unit is a means of disconnect for service. you can have a 60 amp breaker at the unit and 50 in the main pain panel as the...
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    Is this commercial or residential?

    Is this commercial or residential?
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    I use a Dwyer magnehelic gage to check static...

    I use a Dwyer magnehelic gage to check static pressures. and blower performance chart to set motor speed to obtain proper cfm at the existing static pressue.
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    The one house that I had to rip the drywall out...

    The one house that I had to rip the drywall out was a weekly rental vacation home so I did leave the 1/4" liquid line hooked up to the new 410a 3 ton system i installed untill rental season was over,...
  12. Need to call TAPS in on this one.:D

    Need to call TAPS in on this one.:D
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    I just did one a week ago, I cut out the dry wall...

    I just did one a week ago, I cut out the dry wall ran the liquid line and had drywall man make repairs.

    Had another one that was between cieling of first floor with second floor above it. was able...
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    I always bought my own tools power, cordless, and...

    I always bought my own tools power, cordless, and hand tools, just for the simple fact that if billy bob broke his drill throwing it on the floor in a tantrum and now the boss wants me to lend him...
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    Also you have the defrost cycle in which the...

    Also you have the defrost cycle in which the electric heaters will run while in defrost.
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    Define reasonable amount!. So you feel that...

    Define reasonable amount!.

    So you feel that doing the job above minimum standards, by initiating some pro active common sense to a job is a waste of time and "dough" ?

    Well I for one have to...
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    that 26 degree rise not bad, and yes when you...

    that 26 degree rise not bad, and yes when you crack the door 4" or 1" it allows air in, which robs airflow from the coil which will make the temperature of the coil hotter, and cause the head...
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    The reason it rose with the door taken off is...

    The reason it rose with the door taken off is while door was off you raised the temperature of the coil and when you put it back on that was why you had the higher temperature. What is temperature at...
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    If everything looks like it is attached, if its...

    If everything looks like it is attached, if its just small holes you see, Just seal up every hole you see, caulking will work just fine.
    Ofcourse a picture would give us a better idea of what your...
  20. If he is a Pro he should have insurance and a...

    If he is a Pro he should have insurance and a license, get repair estimates and give them to him. and have him pay the sheet rock man. then pay him the rest of his money. Should not be a big problem...
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    Not if they are sized and flushed properly.

    Not if they are sized and flushed properly.
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    Call a pro out to get it right for you its not as...

    Call a pro out to get it right for you its not as easy as you may think. unless you are familiar with the way it is suppose to work in diffrent modes, and have a solid uderstanding of the low voltage...
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    with a amp draw reading of 22 amps on the...

    with a amp draw reading of 22 amps on the compressor and the RLA rating being only 18.9 amps I would say you have a problem. That being said there are way to many variables to be able to answer what...
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    weigh it in, and don't forget to calculate line...

    weigh it in, and don't forget to calculate line set length and filter drier into the total charge. I also like to mark the units total charge added, inside the service panel when done.
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    looks to me like you spent more time on this...

    looks to me like you spent more time on this thread than you would just installing a drier and calling it good. :rolleyes:
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