2t Lennox with matching evap this morning.
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    2t Lennox with matching evap this morning.

    Started 9am left with system running at 12:30pm.

    2 Ton Lennox 13 SEER 410 condenser with a c33-24a-2f evap, no txv changeout from r-22.
    When done, I had 21f temp drop. 37f at first supply.
    Ambient at half past noon was 101f.
    I left the tstat at 72f and asked her to call me when if satisfied. She called at 3:45 saying it had reached 72f and temp right now in Atlanta area is 102. Im very happy with this install since I didnt encounter any hang ups.

    Flushed line set with rx-11, nitrogen press test and sweep. Vacuum 30 min, (without micron gauge... I know, I have to get one)
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    She didnt have enough money for the furnace so I'll change it later on in the year. One very happy customer whose tstat never saw the underside of 79f.
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    Nice work. That old A coil looks older than the outdoor unit.

    But get a micron gauge!

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    What's up with the 7th pic? Did you find some Viagra?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB Cool View Post
    What's up with the 7th pic? Did you find some Viagra?
    Those are the 1000 mg version. Why do you think he left at 12:30?

    BTW - nice work!
    The picture in my avatar is of the Houston Ship Channel and was taken from my backyard. I like to sit outside and slap mosquitos while watching countless supertankers, barges and cargo ships of every shape and size carry all sorts of deadly toxins to and fro. It's really beautiful at times.....just don't eat the three eyed fish....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cooked View Post
    Why do you think he left at 12:30?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KB Cool View Post
    What's up with the 7th pic? Did you find some Viagra?
    lol.... Those are pan treatment tablets. I put two in in every evap install. I cant remember why i started doing that. It just feels right.

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    Nice work. When you do the fau you should install a float switch on the overflow outlet of the coil. I would also route the condensate drain line with better clearance from the vent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gesellman View Post
    lol.... Those are pan treatment tablets. I put two in in every evap install. I cant remember why i started doing that. It just feels right.
    Them stupid things are expensive for what they are... I only use them on condensate pumps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JKopp View Post
    Nice work. When you do the fau you should install a float switch on the overflow outlet of the coil. I would also route the condensate drain line with better clearance from the vent.
    Thanks for the feedback. She declined the overflow switch and signed a waiver. She was at her limit with her cashflow or we would have gone for the furnace also at this time. The drain line is farther than it looks from the vent pipe, and that first piece of vent is double wall so its safe from the heat. Thanks for pointing those out anyways, both valid points.

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