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  1. #14
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    They can both run in a/c down to the same point.(about 50) They will run at colder temps, But you run the risk of liquid getting back to comp unless you have a low ambient control installed. Carrier makes a nice one for those units.

    If you have two a/c units you'll need a seperate indoor unit, It could be an air handler or furnace.

    Keep us posted on progress. I'm always curios what option people chose in situations like this.

  2. #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by aruddick View Post
    They can both run in a/c down to the same point.(about 50) They will run at colder temps, But you run the risk of liquid getting back to comp unless you have a low ambient control installed. Carrier makes a nice one for those units.

    If you have two a/c units you'll need a seperate indoor unit, It could be an air handler or furnace.

    Keep us posted on progress. I'm always curios what option people chose in situations like this.
    What's an air handler? Never heard of that.

  3. #16
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    The electric version/equivalent of a gas furnace,could use electric heat and/or be a heat pump.

  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by dash View Post
    The electric version/equivalent of a gas furnace,could use electric heat and/or be a heat pump.
    Where I live (Philly area) -- gas is the way to go. Much cheaper.

  5. #18
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    Quote Originally Posted by eap View Post
    Where I live (Philly area) -- gas is the way to go. Much cheaper.
    You could also go Hybrid heat,heat pump in mild weather and gas in colder weather.Protects you if gas goes up,evewn if it's cheaper noe,than a heat pump.

  6. #19

    Help

    I have a 4 ton bryant outside unit, and a carrier 58mvb inside unit. Can I make the fan any more powerful?

  7. #20
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    http://www.mrslim.com/Products/itemD...ProductID=1488

    This is what you need, heat and cool that room with a Mr Slim
    Aire Serv of SW Connecticut- Gas heat, dual fuel and central a/c systems installed and serviced

  8. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Freezeking2000 View Post
    http://www.mrslim.com/Products/itemD...ProductID=1488

    This is what you need, heat and cool that room with a Mr Slim
    I've heard people complain that those types of units are noisy for a home theater room.

  9. #22
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    You might want to consider two air conditioners, coils, and furnaces. This way you can have many zones and put the theatre room zone on one condensor. Good luck in your decision.

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