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    Mid-July attic install

    Not finished. It got too hot up there this afternoon. I'll snap a few pics tomorrow morning when I finish up.
    Heating/Cooling Services Inc.
    www.andersonhvacservice.com

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    New install?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisevansac View Post
    New install?
    Yeah. Habitat for humanity job.

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    Nice work area. It would be a pleasure to service it...in the winter.
    "...and pray it works, pray to God it works."

    ---Nick's Handyman

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NGllepZY2HE

    I use Sta Kon

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    Nice job. Looks like you have a return leak, though. :grin:

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellkamp View Post
    Nice job. Looks like you have a return leak, though. :grin:

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    That's my home brew air conditioner.

    Waiting on someone to call it hackish for hanging the AH with metal plumbing strap...

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    How hot was it up there?

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    I was going to ask but figured it was temporary just to get it supported. But h ey atleast you leveled it

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    Quote Originally Posted by HeatenCoolair View Post
    I was going to ask but figured it was temporary just to get it supported. But h ey atleast you leveled it

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    It's permanent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBeerme View Post
    How hot was it up there?
    Probably 130-140, not exactly sure but felt about like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrammel View Post
    It's permanent.
    I've seen air handlers ratchet-strapped. :grin:

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    Quote Originally Posted by shellkamp View Post
    I've seen air handlers ratchet-strapped. :grin:

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    If it was a furnace/evap I would use blocks or all thread/unistrut but AHs are light and it's pretty sturdy. Doors go on easy so it's square (at least for now it is).

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrammel View Post
    If it was a furnace/evap I would use blocks or all thread/unistrut but AHs are light and it's pretty sturdy. Doors go on easy so it's square (at least for now it is).
    The 4 and 5 ton air handlers tend to have problems when they're not properly supported. Those coils are effing heavy!

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