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  1. #40
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    Very nice!
    I like the attention to detail. Even turned the writing on the metal to the inside.
    I'd be proud to have that in my house.

  2. #41
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    the exhaust is more than 12" away from the window, per code

    i pitched the furnace toward the front but not to the right, it's running and draining beautifully with no error codes

    thanks for the comments

  3. #42
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    thanks gevans!

    i did that with the metal and the pvcs cause i HATE to look at the writing. i also removed all the lame stickers for that "clean" look

  4. #43
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    well it does look like a good install and you definately spared no expense with the choice of equipment

  5. #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by cody350 View Post
    the exhaust is more than 12" away from the window, per code

    i pitched the furnace toward the front but not to the right, it's running and draining beautifully with no error codes

    thanks for the comments
    12" under a window is code? I'll take your word, but that just seems like a dumb code.
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  6. #45
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    I wish we had basements here in Texas... Looks pretty good.

  7. #46
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    I do like the job! I wish I had a nicer basement but I love that the SLP98 can allow me to install on a return riser so I can get the filter out of the water flow.
    "It's not an OLD unit, it's a testament to old school manufacturing of quality over quantity." http://i292.photobucket.com/albums/m...608_092209.jpg

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    Nice job , If I had to nit-pick I would like to see some transition connection between the plenum and extended plenum ducts.
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  9. #48
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    The nice thing with the SLP98 is that you can pretty much get away with murder as long as you size everything based on a 0.8" w/c. If that were the case then the ECM will rock the hell out of improper ductwork. I did get to see one of those put on a system with a total SP of 1.1" w/c and it actually ran properly...I love that about ECMs that you get some wiggle room. Granted, in my house, I'm just basically going to throw in a new return drop, new plenum, and make the unit sit on top of the return plenum so I can get it up out of the mud and water flow through my basement and install the filter door so I can get that to work, also I'd love to get the EAC, but I'm not sure where I'd install it in the chain
    "It's not an OLD unit, it's a testament to old school manufacturing of quality over quantity." http://i292.photobucket.com/albums/m...608_092209.jpg

  10. #49
    Great install! Great choice on equipment, the I comfort t-stat is a awesome

  11. #50
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    I think I'll go along with everyone else and say "I wish I had a basement". That unit wouldn't even FIT in the space I've got mine wedged in (in the corner of the garage).

  12. #51
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    Ah, I see a problem. In your last 2 picks there is white stuff all over the ground and on your roof. Where I live, that's a problem.
    Go the extra mile, it's shorter than you think. UA in the Bay

  13. #52
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    Good looking work, do you have any problems with the a/c draining with the furnace pitched forward like it should be and the evaporator coil facing back?

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