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  1. #1
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    I've been hacking things up across town

    Done a few coil and ac swaps lately.





    Just slip them in case and all. Trim the door, foam tape where necessary. No leaks and I didn't need to stick foil tape all over them!!

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    York or carrier ? Did you seal the openings yet,or do a manual j calculation?

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    Hahaha awesome you're the best!

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    Hmm, that looks okay. I'll probably try that.

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    That looks nice

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    A+ for cleverness on both.

    C- for no transitions and no account for the "system effect" on the upflow unit (although I'd guess it's minimal).

    Not given you a hard time, both systems probably work better than ever!
    Make my Air-conditioning Analyzer (formally "Wayne's Brain") report a misdiagnosis and I'll reward you with $200.00 to your PayPal account. Contest rules here
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    Is this for real? I would love to see the drain line and flue when that 2nd one is done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttwheat View Post
    Is this for real? I would love to see the drain line and flue when that 2nd one is done.
    I think it's an illusion. I don't think they r as close together as u think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buttwheat View Post
    Is this for real? I would love to see the drain line and flue when that 2nd one is done.
    It's jimmyed, I'm sure it'll look like a masterpiece of piping as usual.

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    2nd one had to use a threaded 9- right out off the coil. across top of furnace, around to the back and across the back into the pump.

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    Did you slide the entire case inside or just the face?

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    That will get chuckles for years to come:P

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    Comfortmaker... hey, it makes swapping those cases out when they start leaking!

    Nice job though, I might have to steal your idea.

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