Carrier infinity static presure question
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    Carrier infinity static presure question

    Does the infinity thermostat have a warning for high static pressure. I know you get one at start up, but do you get one thereafter if a problem develops? Thanks

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    Yes.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    Do you know at what level? Also can it be overriden? Thanks

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    Yes -- it varies with some other things. No.

    You need to attempt to have the ESP reduced to less than 0.8" WC. It would be best to be below 0.5" WC.

    Anything over 1" is way too high.

    How do you like your new noisy furnace?
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbenny View Post
    Yes -- it varies with some other things. No.

    You need to attempt to have the ESP reduced to less than 0.8" WC. It would be best to be below 0.5" WC.

    Anything over 1" is way too high.

    How do you like your new noisy furnace?
    That's noisey duct system,not furnace! lol!!

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