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    Standard Ac Maint.
    units were running 240-260head pressure. it was hotter then an attic in that little alcove. boss gave a quote on moving them...

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    Bad Aire flo?

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    Needs a huge exhaust fan LOL.

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    Oh my, talk about high dishcharge temps. Did that set up even cool the house?

    My bet is that the deck and that little alcove was built after the AC's where installed.

    Customer: "hi, I would like to build a deck on the back of my house, are these ac units in the way?"
    Contractor: "No, that's not a problem, we'll just build a room for them under your new deck. It will be just fine!"

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    Wow what they thinking, wait. At least it doesn't need to be covered for winter

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    Quote Originally Posted by HotWaterHeat View Post
    Oh my, talk about high dishcharge temps. Did that set up even cool the house?

    My bet is that the deck and that little alcove was built after the AC's where installed.

    Customer: "hi, I would like to build a deck on the back of my house, are these ac units in the way?"
    Contractor: "No, that's not a problem, we'll just build a room for them under your new deck. It will be just fine!"
    Yes it did cool the house, although the units ran excessivily.

    your guess is Spot On, but add:
    Customer: I Didnt tell you to build a wall there!
    Contractor: Well you didnt tell me NOT to either!!
    Customer: Well take it down
    Contractor: Well pay me more money
    Customer: Ehh, good nuff`

    the deck above these things was so hot when they were running it was unbearable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highhead666 View Post
    Wow what they thinking, wait. At least it doesn't need to be covered for winter
    And if they were heat pumps, they would have an ice cave in there in the winter. That's gotta be a selling point, how many houses come with an ice cave?

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    "A cool compressor is a Happy compressor"
    If you really know how it works, you have an execellent chance of fixin' er up!

    Tomorrow is promised to no one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rayr View Post
    "A cool compressor is a Happy compressor"
    Those compressors look so happy under there .

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