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    That measurement was through the door over the air filter with the filter removed and max because the outside air vent through the roof was closed - reading was lower with the vent open. Supply side was .25 to .27 . this was taken close to the floor through a hole in the duct under the air handler - so essentially it is the pressure in the plenum.

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    Needed to be done with the filter in.
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    Yes if the system worked without the filter and not with the filter then the readings with and without would be pertinent. But this system does not work either way and in fact will not work with the increased air flow of disconnected ducts under the house. Considering this it seems to me that the filter is a non issue. With the filter out ,the 6in outside duct open, the filter door open, and a huge hole from the removal of a 16in duct on the supply side and the system still does not work. This seems to me to be a refergeration problem? Am I wrong? Or missing something? At least I do not see an air flow problem unless too much air has some other effect that I am not aware of. Kind of like too much water flow through a radiator results in poor cooling - ?? This is a phenomen that has fooled mechanics now and then. I don't know if it is the same here? THANKS,THPRE

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    Actually on reflection -- too much water flow would be more like too much refergerant flow which is controlled by the tx valve. I have never heard of too much air flow causing a lack of heat transfer.

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    There comes a time in life when we all have some reflecting to do.
    This IS your time.
    My name is TooCoolforschool and I am a chronic over charger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THPRE View Post
    Actually on reflection -- too much water flow would be more like too much refergerant flow which is controlled by the tx valve. I have never heard of too much air flow causing a lack of heat transfer.
    I can't find an AHRI match for your system combination using SSZ16048 and CAPF4860. Please verify your numbers.

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    AHRI CERT. NUMBER - 1047241
    OUTDOOR SSZ160481A
    INDOOR CA F4860 6A + MBE2000-1 +TXV
    ACTUAL RECIEPT FROM MY CONTRACTOR
    GOODMAN 16 SEER SSZ16048
    AIR HANDLER MBVC2000
    GOODMAN COIL ---- NO NUMBER!
    COPPER LINE SET - - NO NUMBER
    15KW HEAT STRIP
    THESE ARE WHAT I HAVE. THANKS,THPRE

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    YEAH --- I'M REFLECTING ON WHY I HAVE TO FIGURE THIS OUT INSTEAD OF SOMEONE ELSE --YOU KNOW LIKE SOMEONE I PAID TO DO THE JOB OR SUPPLY THE PARTS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by THPRE View Post
    AHRI CERT. NUMBER - 1047241
    OUTDOOR SSZ160481A
    INDOOR CA F4860 6A + MBE2000-1 +TXV
    ACTUAL RECIEPT FROM MY CONTRACTOR
    GOODMAN 16 SEER SSZ16048
    AIR HANDLER MBVC2000
    GOODMAN COIL ---- NO NUMBER!
    COPPER LINE SET - - NO NUMBER
    15KW HEAT STRIP
    THESE ARE WHAT I HAVE. THANKS,THPRE
    That's not a good AHRI number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THPRE View Post
    YEAH --- I'M REFLECTING ON WHY I HAVE TO FIGURE THIS OUT INSTEAD OF SOMEONE ELSE --YOU KNOW LIKE SOMEONE I PAID TO DO THE JOB OR SUPPLY THE PARTS!
    You hired an unqualified person whom I'm sure you overpaid. Everyone has tried to help you.
    The truth is you manipulated the govt by getting an energy rebate an a system that is over engineered for you trailer, and now your pissed at everybody because they are not telling you what you want to hear.
    Get all the readings and useless information and see what changes in your situation. Nothing will change until you take responsibilty for your actions.
    My name is TooCoolforschool and I am a chronic over charger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toocoolforschool View Post
    You hired an unqualified person whom I'm sure you overpaid. Everyone has tried to help you.
    The truth is you manipulated the govt by getting an energy rebate an a system that is over engineered for you trailer, and now your pissed at everybody because they are not telling you what you want to hear.
    Get all the readings and useless information and see what changes in your situation. Nothing will change until you take responsibilty for your actions.
    Sheesh dude we are here to help if we can. Thats uncalled for IMO.

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    WHICH NUMBER? THE CERTIFICATION REFERENCE NUMBER? IT JUST CAME FROM A COPY OF A PAGE FROM MY INSTALLER.
    THE NUMBER I SENT TO GOODMAN FOR WARRANTY REGISTRATION WAS
    HEAT PUMP - SSZ 160481AC
    SERIAL # 1001013387
    AIR HANDLER MODEL # MBVC 2000AA1AA
    SERIAL # 1005641465
    COIL MODEL # CAPF4860D6BA
    SERIAL # 0912735419
    THESE ARE FROM PAPER WORK NOT THE ACTUALL UNITS
    THANKS,THPRE

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    I can't get validation of that AHRI number from the ahridirectory.org website. 1047241

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