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  1. #53
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    thanks for all the comments

    HPpro- while installing it like i did i checked with a level on the drain pan and still have some pitch to the drain. you can actually bend up the tabs on the cased coil where the pan sits to get you more pitch. sadly, i've had the a/c on already once and it drained just fine.

    on a different note, the one time i used the a/c so far this spring i used the dehumidify feature on the icomfort. WOW, i had a 30 degree temp drop and it was POURING out condensate.... not to mention all my supply duct in the basement was sweating like crazy.

  2. #54
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    A few things on the duct, the supply takeoffs on the plenum shoud be transitioned not straight that is horrible for airflow and the RA elbow at the furnace? radius heel sq. throat could have done sq heel and it would have been the same. Tip for future installs, radius heel and thoat or square with turning vanes.

  3. #55
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    JCT- i am most likely going to be doing some zoning in the future and i will do some before and after statics try a little different stuff on the duct.

    thanks for the comments

  4. #56
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    Very nice install Cody!

  5. #57
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    Very professional install, on some very nice equipment. I like the look of the one piece door.

    Another plus with the SLP's is you can get by with lower CFM for gas heat with the larger temp. rise. = QUIET

  6. #58
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    looks like a professional job. hope it runs as good as it looks

  7. #59
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    Quote Originally Posted by chuckcrj View Post
    Very nice install Cody!
    thanks charles

    Quote Originally Posted by knave View Post
    Very professional install, on some very nice equipment. I like the look of the one piece door.

    Another plus with the SLP's is you can get by with lower CFM for gas heat with the larger temp. rise. = QUIET
    hey evan, i see charles told you where to find me! haha

    thanks for the comments

    Quote Originally Posted by jricer2001 View Post
    looks like a professional job. hope it runs as good as it looks
    thanks, it runs GREAT! i just got a chance to check charge in cooling. running dead on at 6 degrees subcooling.

  8. #60
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    Quote Originally Posted by cody350 View Post
    hey evan, i see charles told you where to find me! haha
    Haha yep! I enjoyed your class, hope to see you again next year.

  9. #61
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    No company installation sticker? Where are all the manuals? I would have waited for the solar ready to come out. What temperature do you have your discharge air set to in heat pump mode?

  10. #62
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    dam it it is solar ready

  11. #63
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    Quote Originally Posted by furnacedoc View Post
    No company installation sticker? Where are all the manuals? I would have waited for the solar ready to come out. What temperature do you have your discharge air set to in heat pump mode?
    i ran out of "cody's heating and air conditioning" stickers! the manuals are all in a nice expandable folder sitting on top of the return trunk. like you said already, it is solar ready. i don't know if you can do fixed DAT in hp mode, but i for sure know it's possible in gas heat.

    btw, smartass.... haha

  12. #64
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    Quote Originally Posted by Southern Mech View Post
    Pretty work

    don't forget your drainline on the coil

    and I don't like your O.D. Unit stand, I like to build them on a pressure treated deck platform then put snow legs on if needed.


    But very nice work
    Technical incompetence is NOT a sales tool....

  13. #65
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    Question ducts

    Is your supply duct internally insulated to R-6? Also, I do not see any duct sealing.

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