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    Quote Originally Posted by iraqveteran View Post
    don't forget the Lennox trademark. Every wire is the same freakin color. With tiny little numbers at each end. Good luck tracing.
    that's right they are, I couldn't remember for sure if these were that way so i didn't say it
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    Quote Originally Posted by iraqveteran View Post
    don't forget the Lennox trademark. Every wire is the same freakin color. With tiny little numbers at each end. Good luck tracing.
    Wow, on residential models too? I don't work on them so I wouldn't know. I was told that they had some unique engineering, as you demonstrate above! I wonder why there are plenty of Lennox dealers in my area--must be something good about them.

    Cmajerus, I guess you stick to the Voyagers, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanHughes View Post
    Wow, on residential models too? I don't work on them so I wouldn't know. I was told that they had some unique engineering, as you demonstrate above! I wonder why there are plenty of Lennox dealers in my area--must be something good about them.

    Cmajerus, I guess you stick to the Voyagers, right?
    Yeah....

    Plenty of spare parts layin around. As many condemned ones that aren't even to their prime
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    Quote Originally Posted by RyanHughes View Post
    Wow, on residential models too? I don't work on them so I wouldn't know. I was told that they had some unique engineering, as you demonstrate above! I wonder why there are plenty of Lennox dealers in my area--must be something good about them.

    Cmajerus, I guess you stick to the Voyagers, right?
    yep, but I wouldn't recommend the weak of heart(or mind) to dive in on fixing them either
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmajerus View Post
    yep, but I wouldn't recommend the weak of heart(or mind) to dive in on fixing them either
    Just the man I wanted to talk to.


    Whats up with the new gaspacks? We got 6 on Olivegarden. They are commercial Gaspacks. 2 compressors, 2 stage gas heat. And a SOV????

    Whats the SOV for? Why is it supplying a third indoor coil?

    Have you ever had any problems with the units not draining?
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    Quote Originally Posted by iraqveteran View Post
    Just the man I wanted to talk to.


    Whats up with the new gaspacks? We got 6 on Olivegarden. They are commercial Gaspacks. 2 compressors, 2 stage gas heat. And a SOV????

    Whats the SOV for? Why is it supplying a third indoor coil?

    Have you ever had any problems with the units not draining?
    the precedent units? Not figuring out what an SOV is(to late to think) as far as draining, as long as they are trapped and the blower doors are on tight I haven't had issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cmajerus View Post
    the precedent units? Not figuring out what an SOV is(to late to think) as far as draining, as long as they are trapped and the blower doors are on tight I haven't had issues.
    We got one unit that keeps flooding. Its only 8 months old.

    We didn't install em. But we gotta fix em. I tend to think the unit is not level. But hard to tell on the roof when the roof aint level. But what is the SOV for is my first question. First time I seen on on a gaspack.
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    Guys, this forum is not for technical discussion. I suggest that the original poster sign up for Pro Membership and when he does, send me a link to this thread and I wil move it into a pro forum!

    Thanks!

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