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    Our installers not my work

    Finally we where given more than enough room












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    Looks good, except for the reduced clearances between the cu units,I believe the minimum is supposed to be 30".
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    "keeping condensing pressures low and evaporator pressures high"
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    electrician has not been there for weeks..installers paperwork said 11"..so they say, i did not read them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowirenut View Post
    electrician has not been there for weeks..installers paperwork said 11"..so they say, i did not read them.
    Guide says 12" from wall, code says 30" at access, guide says unrestricted on other remainig sides(2x). Most will do 24" which is what it looks like your guys did on the outside units. The furnaces by code are supposed to have 12" added to thier dimensions for min. clearance. That is some really clean work. Im guessing that the furnaces all share a common return?
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    correct...with the common return. the original was a lennox monster. One unit and dampers for temp control...never did work right we where told. Now the south facing units can be cooling wile the north ones are heating

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    Very nice, i would have taken the credit
    You sure are cocky for a starving pilgrim.

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    Nice looking work...

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    very clean job done looks like a professional did a heating and air job for once

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    That is sweet looking job. It's hard to do that stuff that is close together...tools , materials , trash...and room for 1 guy to work.

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    Nice!

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    Very nice! Refrigeration piping sure looks nice. Just curious, how many manhours total?
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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowirenut View Post
    Finally we where given more than enough room











    This is what I consider artwork! Not those weird blobs of colors you see on a wall. . . . . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChuckHVAC View Post
    Very nice! Refrigeration piping sure looks nice. Just curious, how many manhours total?
    not sur on total man hours...people get pulled off jobs to do other small projects and such. we have been there for at least a month i think. my only part has been control wiring for smokies and will go back for start up after electrician is done

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