5t, dual fuel, zoned system.
@ 1200 sq.ft home. 200 sq ft. room upstairs.
Know the installer and tried to give him the heads up but he couldn't be bothered.
Wife said "5 tons, holy sh!t".
Karst means cave. So, I search for caves.
The last picture looks like a great place for a bird's nest.
Whatsmata? Cram'er in ther, let's get out o here, the service guys u"ll fix it.
Some times you gotta put em where the customer wants. Other than the the concentric pipe sticking out too far. Have put them in like that cause the customer doesn't want a hole in his roof and have water leaking issues.
In another pic I see the flex is pinched, that's not good. Other than I'd want to see where the condensate pump is draining to, and the furnace condensate drain is double trapped. and the number one reason is never put a 90% furnace in an unconditioned space. Water, below freezing temp. hummmm
Last edited by bribone; 01-20-2010 at 01:03 AM.
Reason: saw something else
Well, it's in there. Not gonna end well.
A good HVAC tech knows how, an educated HVAC tech knows why!
At least they put the float switch "warning" sticker on.
But seriously, a condensate pump outside the pan? I'll be it's clear tubing all the way outside with the line set.
Looks like they straight wired the pump inside the furnace as well.
Last edited by 7point62; 01-20-2010 at 07:46 PM.
Reason: double take
...a relay... controlling a relay... controlling a relay... controlling a relay...
Poor ductwork and oversized A/C what an awful combo, just perfect for wasted energy and HIGH power bills.
that condensate pump well.....
is there enough leak lock on the gas line looks like they need more