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    You should take your installers advice. There is...

    You should take your installers advice. There is no need for 2 stats.
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    have you tried to wash the coil, if it is new...

    have you tried to wash the coil, if it is new there is a light coat of oil that could reduce water surface tension.Possible capillary tube blockage? Disconnect blower & see if all the evaporator...
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    I think it would be better to have a licensed...

    I think it would be better to have a licensed electrican to do the electrcial for insurance purposes.A/C licenses only cover equipment installs,not to say we can't do it correctly, but better safe...
  4. Thread: duct sizing

    by wasson
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    How is the insulation in the ceiling & walls? 20...

    How is the insulation in the ceiling & walls? 20 degrees is a good split assuming it's correct.Could the return possibly be open to unconditioned air? What tempatures were you recording?
  5. Thread: duct sizing

    by wasson
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    How is the air flow in the house now? How many...

    How is the air flow in the house now? How many square feet in the house? Changing to the 3 ton will add about 200 cfm to the duct system.If there are not any air flow issues now the 3 ton should go...
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    I think it's a good to have a check up twice a...

    I think it's a good to have a check up twice a year,before each heating and cooling season.A check should include pressure check ,amp draws on all motors,oiling motors{once a year),tempature drop &...
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    I forgot prices were against site rules, ooops.

    I forgot prices were against site rules, ooops.
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    XXXXXXXXXXXXXX [Edited by arpa on 07-29-2006...

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    [Edited by arpa on 07-29-2006 at 11:13 PM]
  9. I doubt it. Bulky ductwork on the side of a house...

    I doubt it. Bulky ductwork on the side of a house is not a very nice sight.

    [Edited by wasson on 07-18-2006 at 02:17 AM]
  10. Thread: A-coil Brands

    by wasson
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    Some coils have more rows of copper in them ,they...

    Some coils have more rows of copper in them ,they are thicker so the air stays on them longer helping to remove humidity. Also some have rifled tubing helping heat transfer.
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    I'm thinking noise from the blower. The door in...

    I'm thinking noise from the blower. The door in the bedroom being closed shouldn't be issue if the other grill is in the hall.Another way to reduce noise is to cover the cement floor with ductboard.
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    Does it have a secondary pan under the coil? If...

    Does it have a secondary pan under the coil? If it does try turning a 90 up so the water has to go up & out.
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    Check for level.Is it a slab or a box coil?Look...

    Check for level.Is it a slab or a box coil?Look inside drain openings look for a dam.Never installed this coil,posibly came with fitting with a dam built in.

    [Edited by wasson on 07-18-2006 at...
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    You can put a grill there but you might want to...

    You can put a grill there but you might want to think about the noise.Is it posible to run a duct into the return chase from the attic and flex duct to ceiling filter grills.
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    IS there a metering device? Possably a piston...

    IS there a metering device? Possably a piston missing?IF not your right.
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    Lost capacity,or am I way off?

    Lost capacity,or am I way off?
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    If it's a money issue and you can buy a 10SEER...

    If it's a money issue and you can buy a 10SEER install it.If not buy a 13SEER.Line sizes should be 7/8 & 3/8. If not changing indoor unit an expansion valve should be installed to get your money's...
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    It's truly sweating.Pressures are 64/240.Do you...

    It's truly sweating.Pressures are 64/240.Do you know GOOD pump down test.If drier's clogged wouldn't it sweat at drier and could a weak vavle cause this.
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    I have a liquid line sweating from the wall plate...

    I have a liquid line sweating from the wall plate to air handler. It is dry back to condenser.Don't know if it is drier or compressor valves.Please help.THANKS!
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