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    wireless 2 zone

    95%er, 2 zones, by pass damper, True Steam, 5" Air bear right angle, 2 wireless T stats, wireless outdoor sensor, canvas, Personal comfort control..etc.

    The customer really liked the Personal comfort control.. that was my first one.. took me a bit to figure out and name the zones and wirelesly connect all the components but it worked out well















    Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.

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    Very nice, good attention to detail by the installers. Customer should be thrilled.

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    thank you
    Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.

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    Real nice. I kinda like the pad under the unit. Lotsa stuff on that install. Looks very neat. I only have one thing to say and it's not a biggie at all. I really can't focus in on it to well but I think you put two screws in the DRIVE right in the front above the air cleaner. I hate that. Never put a screw in a drive. If I'm incorrect, I apologize (it may be a slip). If I'm correct, stop doing that. ha ha.
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    Those are actually S cleats around the top of the air bear box.. they serve no real purpose except to dress it up since theres just a lip at the top.. I think that`s the reason anyway That`s what my sheet metal guy recommended
    Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.

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    They help make an air tight connection. Like I said, nice install.
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    Thumbs up

    Quote Originally Posted by energy star View Post
    They help make an air tight connection. Like I said, nice install.
    Good point! I will mention it top him on the next one.
    Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.

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    Get any pics of the outside by chance? 16 SEER? Looks great by the way.

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    Nice work!
    No liner pulled for the water heater? Also, not familiar with the new Honeywell stuff. What is the sensor, just above the panels, on the return for?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ascj View Post
    Nice work!
    No liner pulled for the water heater? Also, not familiar with the new Honeywell stuff. What is the sensor, just above the panels, on the return for?
    That would be the Return Air Sensor.
    http://www.forwardthinking.honeywell...o_feature.html

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    Now this is the kind of quality install we all can be proud of. Looking at this makes me flash back to when i was installing, but them days are long gone...
    "Here in Carolina We Get-R-Done"

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    Thanx guys, the outside is just a plain ol 13 seer, wasn`t in the budget I guess, plus our summers are only 3- 4 months or so, folks tend to spend more of the heating equipment.
    The return air sensor is there incase Tstat batteries go dead.. it would default to 82* cooling and 62* heating if I recall the temps correctly.
    Sorry - yesterday was the deadline for all complaints.

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    i love those wireless honeywell stats. they got me out of a really big jam a few months ago

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