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    does this sound like a good idea

    HO has 2 systems.1rst.flr unit is shot. she wants to put 2nd flr condenser on the first flr coil.2nd flr is 2.5 ton cooling.1rst flr.has 2 ton coil.Both york systems.willthis cause alot of headaches?

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    Talk about being cheap on her part. No warranty or better yet don't even agree to do it

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    That's one of the dumbest ideas I've heard yet.

    And what about upstairs? Not worth the trouble. Might lose some capacity with the smaller coil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by liamleee View Post
    HO has 2 systems.1rst.flr unit is shot. she wants to put 2nd flr condenser on the first flr coil.2nd flr is 2.5 ton cooling.1rst flr.has 2 ton coil.Both york systems.willthis cause alot of headaches?
    sounds like things are being done bass ackwards!



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    Frown wow

    Thats weired the first floor is smaller than the second...its just putting a bandaid on a burn...it will run high superheat and starve the compressor if u understand superheat?

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    I agree.she is trying to do it on the cheap.upstairs is vacant .Either way she needs a new system.I'm going to pass on this one.Thanx.

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    Not a betting man

    The HO will find some one to accommodate her wishes............and the problem becomes someone else's headache.
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    "Do for others what you would like them to do for you. This summary of all is taught in the law and the prophets.

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