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    Quote Originally Posted by I_bend_metal View Post
    Wart....was this company the lowest priced??
    Pretty much....can you tell? :-) But I still paid a lot
    Okay, am I in deep doo-doo here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bill View Post
    Look it's easy to find out if it's air flow related or freon pumping through the lines. Heres what you do go outside and "hopefully" you have a disconnect on your outside condenser well flip that sucker off, if no disconnect well kill the breaker to the outside unit and then go back in and turn on the unit inside to the fan on position on the thermostat and see if you still hear the noise.
    How long does that require?

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    Wart....edit your post and delete the pricing...it's not allowed on here....FYI.

    Well, we in the business say...."you have been hacked"
    I need a new signature.....

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    Were is this going?

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    During the cold weather a heat pump does its best at 450-CFM per/ton airflow.
    That is 1575-CFM in the heat pump mode.

    It also needs to be tolerable at that airflow level.

    Everything to do with the airflow & noise, needs to be thoroughly checked.
    There are a lot of ways to reduce & deaden ductwork & refrigerant line noise transmission. The noise issue can be resolved!
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    For starters your pump needs to be elevated.

    get your pen out for the rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bill View Post
    Were is this going?

    It probably won't surprise you to hear....I have no idea!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bill View Post
    Were is this going?

    Looks like the drain

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    Quote Originally Posted by captube View Post
    For starters your pump needs to be elevated.

    get your pen out for the rest.
    I'm sorry....I don't follow. Do you mean it will be expensive to fix? It was only put in 2 days ago! Eeeek!

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    The dryer vent is angled away from the unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I_bend_metal View Post
    Wart....edit your post and delete the pricing...it's not allowed on here....FYI.

    Well, we in the business say...."you have been hacked"
    Hacked as it cheated, or hacked as in it's a bad job?

    Oh no, what should I do?!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by WorryWart View Post
    I'm sorry....I don't follow. Do you mean it will be expensive to fix? It was only put in 2 days ago! Eeeek!
    Don't worry about that to much move it away from the unit

    Or better yet have the contractor move it. The drain line.

    The unit needs to be put on legs to elevate it from the ground.
    Last edited by captube; 06-13-2008 at 08:39 PM. Reason: Clarification

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