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  1. #14
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    sorry maybe i misunderstood you.

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    if it is not the piston what would cause the valves to go age.

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    your only changing out the condenser?
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  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    your only changing out the condenser?
    I was thinking the same thing... Done with one set of problems, on to the next?

  5. #18
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    The Air Handler Was Brand New 2 Years Ago I Was Just Using The Condenser Till It Died Did Not Have Money For New Condenser A Couple Years Back. Know The Whole Story Before You Make A Dumb Comment. I Will Be Putting In A Txv And A New Filter Dryer In Case You Wanted To Know.

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    I Donted Know How To Check For Bad Valves Sorry. I Also Did Not Realize You Cant Ask Trobleshooting Q In This Part Of The Forum I Apologize To Everone I Will Apply For A Pro Membership. I See Everbody Point About Not Helping A Homeowner Or Diy.they Could Kill Themselves

  7. #20
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    Mat want to double check what condenser that air handler will match to, if any.
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  8. #21
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    16yr old system installed 3 years ago, Why in the world would you want to take a 13 yr old condenser home and put it in your own house. Are you really a tech? And for 10 years?

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    maybe because he got it for free.
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  10. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    maybe because he got it for free.
    Get what you pay for, I guess.

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    Troubleshooting without actually measuring temperatures usually leads to the inability to find the problem.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

  12. #25
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    Been An Installer For 7 Years And A Tech Plus Installer For 3 Years . No One On Here Has Ever Changed Just A Condenser Out. The Company I Work For Has Been Around For 40 Years And Does This Sort Of Thing All The Time . Maybe You Guys Are Right But Maybe You Go By The Book A Little To Much. Take The Blinders Off

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    Newer 13 SEER units lose capacity on older coils designed for 10 SEER systems.

    Remember, just because they sd it all the time, doesn't mean its right. Or that the customer is getting what they paid for.

    Experiment on your own house all you want.
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