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  1. #14
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    No he didnt leave it. BTW...it runs a good amount of the day, the thermostat is upsatirs, knowing it would be a bit warmer up there. On a 90 degree day, the unit runs most of the day just to keep it at 74 upstairs. Shouldnt it be an icebox up there if I wanted???

  2. #15
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    Not with under sized duct work.

    On a 90 degree day mine runs a majority of the time to keep it at 72 and my place is 1650 sq ft, its a 2.5 ton unit.
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  3. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Not with under sized duct work.

    On a 90 degree day mine runs a majority of the time to keep it at 72 and my place is 1650 sq ft, its a 2.5 ton unit.
    Thanks, i will have him come out and fix the undersized return and supply to the 2nd floor. I appreciate all the help, and will let you know how it turns out.

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