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  1. #53
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    Def an alien

    Quote Originally Posted by gary_g View Post
    You never answered the question about ceiling fans.

    This post has gotten a lot of feedback. We either must like aliens or think that you're female
    We're running ceiling fans in all rooms (cept bathroom of course) On high in the rooms we habitate t he most and on low in others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RomulanSpy View Post
    We're running ceiling fans in all rooms (cept bathroom of course) On high in the rooms we habitate t he most and on low in others.
    Do you turn the fans off when the rooms or home is vacant?

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    Hmm Temperature readings for 1:30 CST

    OD temp 91 RH a very comfy 60%

    Temp at return 75.1*

    Temp at nearest supply 63* on the button

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    Quote Originally Posted by RomulanSpy View Post
    OD temp 91 RH a very comfy 60%

    Temp at return 75.1*

    Temp at nearest supply 63* on the button
    Split temp needs to be measured at the air handler, not at the supply/return ducts.

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    Ahh

    Quote Originally Posted by gary_g View Post
    Split temp needs to be measured at the air handler, not at the supply/return ducts.
    will deaux.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RomulanSpy View Post
    We're running ceiling fans in all rooms (cept bathroom of course) On high in the rooms we habitate t he most and on low in others.
    I am wondering if the ceiling fan's electric junction boxes are sealed around the penetration opening. If not, the ceiling fan could be drawing hot attic air into conditioned rooms as it runs. Just a thought.

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    How many ceiling fans do you have running.
    Contractor locator map

    How-to-apply-for-Professional

    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gary_g View Post
    Your property taxes in NJ are absolutley killer. I believe you have one of the highest in the country, but that's a whole 'nother subject.

    Take care.

    13k next year.......

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    All of them

    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    How many ceiling fans do you have running.
    7. On high where there's a human on low where there's not.

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    Gary

    Quote Originally Posted by gary_g View Post
    Split temp needs to be measured at the air handler, not at the supply/return ducts.
    plz give the exact locations of the temp probes/thermometers. Super novice here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t527ed View Post
    13k next year.......
    Over $1000/month in property taxes - unbelievable. I guess all that Atlantic City casino money isn't helping out much.

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    I'll swap bills with you anytime.

    I average 230 WITHOUT air conditioning. (we do have a pool, though)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RomulanSpy View Post
    plz give the exact locations of the temp probes/thermometers. Super novice here.
    After the air handler, there is usually a flexible fabric "boot" that joins the air handler to your house ductwork if you have an upflow air handler. The boot is a great place to poke a small hole for the temp probe for measuring the air temp after the coil.

    For the supply air temp, see if you can find/poke/drill a small hole in the duct or plenum just before the air handler.

    Good luck.

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