Old G10 replacement
Old Lennox replacement. Believe that coil of 1/4" line worked as a metering device back in the day?
No pictures of the outdoor, just a 15 seer 4ton condenser, got dark on me!
Flame away ha!
you even took old fat service techs into consideration by lifting it off the floor some.
bless your heart.
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Why'd you make the return drop smaller?
I'm in love with your ref piping!
It's all worthy of the wall! Nice work.
I wish we had basements or proper mech closets. We have about 6" on either side of the unit in 85% of installs.
You can't learn a thing with your mouth open.
I do that so I can pull air from the side and bottom of the furnace. Does help for the service some though!
Originally Posted by dandyme
The old return drop was 18x22, out of a 36x8 duct. New is 26 1/2x12. It is still plenty big. 26 1/2" is what fits our filter boxes, so I use that width usually.
Originally Posted by SBKold
Did you bend an offset in the condensate line from the evaporator? Or is that an optical illusion? If so, how did you do it?
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Yes I did. I do that a lot. Heat, use a heat gun or my mapp torch. It will go limp, then you just hold how you want it while it cools. Works slick.
I've used a turbo torch to bend 3" pvc for a pool. Never on 3/4". Good idea though. The job looks sweet though.
One thing, Don't you need a relief piped in the condensate?
Looks great, we have a plastic conduit bender, basically a box with heat elements, works good.
Man I wish I had, or could find someone with, your metal skills. I love the lineset
Originally Posted by gravity
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That's a beautiful install. Was it in your own home? We do that kind of work for the average Joe every time.
Equal transititions, elevating the furnaces (3.5 ton and above), "E-Z flex" filters and line sets run the way you ran yours.
Very nice. What every homeowner deserves. P.S. Did you get rid of that old gas cock?
Originally Posted by George2
No just a customers. I have an evolution zone system.
Yes, they got a new shutoff valve.
Some people say your stuff gets picked apart and I'm not trying to be that guy.
Originally Posted by gravity
But gravity makes a good point and wonder what your thought of positive air pressure in evap condensate against negative pressure in fau?
The cond line is very short and sweet but condensate from coil in cooling could fill hx in fau?
Oh and ive got some pictures to get online from this month......so I'm sure there is plenty for me to get beat up over.