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    96% 'er in FLORIDA....just because.

    Only our second 90+ Furnace......
    rip it up!



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    feel sorry for the guy that has to check the evaporator coil in the future. vent pipes go out the side very easily to keep from blocking evaporator access panel. inducer motor rotates with three screws. intake can be taken out of either side as well.

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    Gee why would you put such a tiny filter grill on such a big box?

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    I dont care for the gas line
    i belong to peta ... people eating tasty animals. all my opinions are just mine.

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    Waiting for that question. 24x30 grille through the other side.

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    Sorry about the gas line. That's the work of the only gas fitting sub I have. Copper is king around here.

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    Ok I knew there was something I couldn't see! Who would do that?

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    looks good

    Are your pipes screened?

    Where is yourcondensate overflow switch?
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    "keeping condensing pressures low and evaporator pressures high"
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    Pipes are not screened, per preference of my lead man (from Idaho). The overflow is an AG3150e with a sensor on the secondary connection.

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    I'd use a "UFO" termination rather than stick those pipes out like that.

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    These double posts are killin' me. Sorry.....
    You can't learn a thing with your mouth open.

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    "feel sorry for the guy that has to check the evaporator coil in the future. vent pipes go out the side very easily to keep from blocking evaporator access panel. inducer motor rotates with three screws. intake can be taken out of either side as well. "


    In retrospect, I agree. Not having a lot of experience in these, we just aren't thinking that far. Just have to cut and couple.
    You can't learn a thing with your mouth open.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotntired View Post
    "feel sorry for the guy that has to check the evaporator coil in the future. vent pipes go out the side very easily to keep from blocking evaporator access panel. inducer motor rotates with three screws. intake can be taken out of either side as well. "


    In retrospect, I agree. Not having a lot of experience in these, we just aren't thinking that far. Just have to cut and couple.
    No bigge. On the next one take three bolts out of inducer and spin to preferred side. Trust me in ten years when u are wondering why its tripping limit you can easily verify clean coil.

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