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    Thanks for all the help. I will be climbing into the attic tonight to check for bends, etc. You have helped a lot and if you have any more info you think I might need please post.

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    Thanks for the heads up Bootlen. I will make sure the unit installed meets these specs and I get a certificate from the installer. Amana website has the certs online.

    I am not sure if the pictures taken in the attic will help but I will post them just in case. The lines coming off my supply are 6" as far as I can tell. The straps holding the ducts in place do not have but about 2" of adjustment, so getting a bend angle that is less steep is probably not doable unless I go buy some more strapping.
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    Last edited by Kentucky Paul; 07-19-2009 at 02:04 PM. Reason: picture was wrong

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