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    wednesdays changeout

    replaced a 1997 goodman gmpn120
    also moved the dryer vent. it was venting right into the intake of the rinnai tankless.

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    Beautiful!
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    Nice work!

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    Nice attention to detail.

    Is the UV light gonna eat up the filter?

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    good work, is that a media filter after the UV light?
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Looks nice. Only question is why not make the furnace base taller
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    I didn't have the height. And I didn't want a 10" supply plenum...I thought about the uv light after my guy installed it...I think I might put it in the offset. And yes the uv light is before the filter. It will kill the pool of bacteria on the filter. Think about how much bacteria is on that filter if it sits in there for a year

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    Nice work.
    I wish humidifier companies would make a small junction box for the low voltage wiring.
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    I just remember an invoice passing me where the tech wrote "filter ate up by UV light".

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    well. i am going to call the homeowner and see when i can go back and move the light up

    do they only disturb the filters if their up close?

    could i put the uv light above in the offset ?

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    They are kind of expensive, but there are Some UV rated filters available. I know Abatement Technologies offer them.

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    looks good.

    does the vent terminate under a deck/overhang?

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