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  1. #14
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    i always put my driers at the indoor coil and use black tape with a tie-ton on my linesets. try using clear primer on the pvc and measure twice, cut once!

  2. #15
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    I am always taken aback when I see copper piping used for gas lines. Here in CA that is a big no-no. Install looks great though

  3. #16
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    copper gas line is ok as long as the gas is propane and not natural gas good lookin job should have been some happy owners i like the 90s in the refrigerant piping makes it clean just dont install to many as it my stall yor refrigerant but i doubt it on a residental install

  4. #17
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    Extra drier = BAD!

    Whether you flush it with nitro or not. Go back & take it out. BTW, Trane'll tell you the same thing.

    Other than that, it looks good.
    WHY?

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