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  1. #14
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    Another reason that homeowners, engineers or not, shouldn't be answering other homeowners questions on this board.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbenny View Post
    Another reason that homeowners, engineers or not, shouldn't be answering other homeowners questions on this board.
    And what was that reason?

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    air temp

    Sorry. I didn't mean to open a can of worms. I looked at the spec sheet for my furnace (should have done that prior to my post) and found the following. It has an x next to 4 speed blower si I'm assuming it's a 4 speed. The make of the furnace is Intertherm, model E2EB- 23HB. That appears to indicate, based on the owners manual, that it has 20kw heat strips. Would that be correct? There is a statement on the specs that states max air temp at discharge is 200 degrees. Should have read that before I posted. Sorry. Thanks for all the replies. Have a great day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lakelady View Post
    Sorry. I didn't mean to open a can of worms. I looked at the spec sheet for my furnace (should have done that prior to my post) and found the following. It has an x next to 4 speed blower si I'm assuming it's a 4 speed. The make of the furnace is Intertherm, model E2EB- 23HB. That appears to indicate, based on the owners manual, that it has 20kw heat strips. Would that be correct? There is a statement on the specs that states max air temp at discharge is 200 degrees. Should have read that before I posted. Sorry. Thanks for all the replies. Have a great day.
    Lakelady:

    If you are truly concerned that your air handler is overheating, have a tech look at it. Ask him questions while he is checking it.

    Best to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gary_g View Post
    The OP asked:

    "What is an acceptable temp range when both the heat pump and heat strips are running?"

    I replied with an acceptable temperature based on 15kw and proper air flow. Neither the OP nor I stated "whats wrong with the system".

    Take care.
    She didn't at that time indicate what size air handler she has.
    Nor what the blower speed was set for.


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