The filter is not the problem. If he has been using the same one for years he has a separate issue. The furnace needs at least a 1/2 hs motor and u need to set the speed to medium high for heat. The home owner needs to call a reliable company and get a REAL TECHNICIAN over there
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Last edited by beenthere; 12-31-2012 at 06:25 AM.
what is your concern with the cap wiring? he did not mention brn/white and brn only purple and the motor speed taps and the info provided makes it wired correctly, except for the heat speed.
Originally Posted by udarrell
so you are asking the factory motor be switched based on the static pressure?
I am willing to bet, with the work done and pictured, they do not know how to check that.
not that we/he knows, but why alter the motor size based on ASSUMED data? unless someone can test properly and interpret the data, using the motor specified by mfr would be advised.
also, not sure where your specs come from, but from Lennox it is a 1/2HP motor and rise is 45°-75° as I previously posted.
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very low quality and piss poor work ,i would not want that tech back at all .
Originally Posted by Joehvac25
We really need change now
Well, now I need to explain how the half HP motor could work okay & possibly, with perfect conditions, on the Med-HI speed as per mfg'ers recommendation.
Originally Posted by t527ed
I figured the Btuh according to the .90 nozzle GPH delivery to the burner; they are using a .85-GPH nozzle. Btuh Input is determined by the nozzle's capacity normally it's Rated at 100-psi pressure to it.
There is 140,000-Btu per gal of #2 diesel fuel, therefore 140000 * .85 is 119,000-Btu input *.80% efficiency for a 95,200 Output. 95200 / 71.5 is 1332-CFM.
However, that is dependent on the filter that they recommend & at .50" ESP; which may be at .70" ESP considerably reducing air flow.
Though they recommend Med-HI it may need to be operated on high to keep the temp-rise within the Max of 60-F listed.
Therefore, with those perfect conditions the half HP could work.
Many times we do not consider all the relevant factors that determine whether something will work properly...If they allow 75-F temp-rise then, with perfect air flow conditions, the half HP works A-Okay on Med-HI.
Last edited by udarrell; 12-31-2012 at 09:09 AM.
G23 is a gas furnace that uses the 1/2 hp torsion mount motor.
with external static of .50 rated at 1455 cfm.
Thank you Ed; that is the data we needed to know!
Originally Posted by t527ed
I live south. You are out of our service area. I too think the blower is running on too low of speed.
Originally Posted by jimdavisjr
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