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  1. #66
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    Quote Originally Posted by MPNX2 View Post
    Some added info....

    Along with my blueprints I found my Certification on Compliance...

    It has the HAVC info on it from the acrhitect.

    Total Heating Load (Btu/hr)
    Furnace 71967

    Sensible Cooling Load (Btu/hr)
    ACSplit 34794

    Design Cooling Capacity (Btu/hr)
    AcSplit 42387

    Maybe that helps with the sizing
    Adjusting for design 75 degrees indoors and a true 2000 cfm you have a solid 5 ton cooling load with a .75 shr.

    Disclaimer: My wife just had to have a kitten put down, I,ve had 6 Bud Lights and I've been listening to music down by the river.
    Last edited by adrianf; 08-30-2008 at 03:10 PM.

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    Had some issue with Infinity with horizontal box type coils mated up to furnace and the design of the coil would increase static so, we transition between the coil and furnace and it decreased the static right away.
    If you have air handlers and your static is still 1.00 ;you still have issues and will continue to get fault codes for static.
    "Everyday above ground, is a good day".
    "But everyday that you have made a difference in someones life, may insure you stay above ground a little longer".<aircooled>

  3. #68
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    5 to 6 tons total.
    Depending on SHR of coil match up.
    Contractor locator map

    How-to-apply-for-Professional

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

  4. #69
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    The OP needs some serious help with this one.

    You should start with the the GC and Carrier to get a resolution.
    Last edited by dash; 09-01-2008 at 09:20 AM.

  5. #70
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    Sounds Like Poor design

    Nice system if install right, sounds like a few problems. You should first get load calculation done for cooling capacity and then see if duct work is compatable. Factory Authorized Dealers have 100% customer satisfaction guraunteed backed by Carrier. I would strongly reccommend them because have more committment to trainning than most dealers.[


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    Last edited by 21degrees; 09-19-2008 at 02:22 AM.
    Do it right the first time.

  6. #71
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21degrees View Post
    Nice system if install right, sounds like a few problems. You should first get load calculation done for cooling capacity and then see if duct work is compatable. Factory Authorized Dealers have 100% customer satisfaction guraunteed backed by Carrier. I would strongly reccommend them because have more committment to trainning than most dealers.[


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    Unfortunately not all CFAD Dealers are as qualified as you.But it's a good place to start.

  7. #72
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    Dash

    R U Carrier dealer. As FAD in Canada we have to do 1 customer service coarse 2 days, 50% of technicians have to be journey certified and we have to do 2 NATE or Carrier University courses every year, Me and 1 other are heading to syracuse on Oct 4 08 for 1 week. I have a lot to learn yet and this site has helped me abit. I am the only FAD in my province of over 2 million people. It a good sales tool.
    Do it right the first time.

  8. #73
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    Do you have any Carrier Dealer newsletters laying around?

    Check for authors of various articles and lead ins.

    Dash teaches Carrier.

  9. #74
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    I have never seen his name, but now I feel like a complete idiot. I hate when that happens.
    Do it right the first time.

  10. #75
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    You can figure out his name with a little amateur sleuthing.

  11. #76
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    Quote Originally Posted by 21degrees View Post
    R U Carrier dealer. As FAD in Canada we have to do 1 customer service coarse 2 days, 50% of technicians have to be journey certified and we have to do 2 NATE or Carrier University courses every year, Me and 1 other are heading to syracuse on Oct 4 08 for 1 week. I have a lot to learn yet and this site has helped me abit. I am the only FAD in my province of over 2 million people. It a good sales tool.
    You apparently take it serious as you should,that's great,keep it up.

    Some just send people to the required classes,NATE,etc., and keep doing things as they did before.

    This is a tough business,and consumers often look for the low price,which you can't offer if you are doing all or most all things right.

  12. #77
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    Quote Originally Posted by dash View Post
    You apparently take it serious as you should,that's great,keep it up.

    Some just send people to the required classes,NATE,etc., and keep doing things as they did before.

    This is a tough business,and consumers often look for the low price,which you can't offer if you are doing all or most all things right.
    I dont mind paying a higher price if the work is preformed well.

    I forwarded this thread to my GC.....

    I will keep everyone posted on the outcome...

    Dash....do you want to come to CA high desert for a vacation and while you are here look at my system...LOL

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    Subscribed! Interested in how this turns out, good luck!

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