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  1. #14
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    Ok everyone together now.....LETS ALL IGNORE STEVE.
    "And remember my sentimental friend......that a heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others" - Wizard of Oz.

  2. #15
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    Hhahhaha

    I'm rollin

    your post was so small.... I completely missed it.

    looked like someones sig line or something.

    Extend to others the grace that God has given you.

  3. #16
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    you guys can chase that air flow problem all you want but if the stat is satisfying downstairs and shutting off the equipment you are still using the trial and error method.
    "And remember my sentimental friend......that a heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others" - Wizard of Oz.

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    Shhh, I thought I heard something....

    Oh its you steve... Did you have something to say?

  5. #18
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    Looks like I got someone upset?
    OK,
    Backing up all the homes in that development have the same system except for some that died or were changed around for home improvements.

    I did NOT remove any unit.
    I'm far from an expert but I carry my share with HVAC on a local hospital and work with 200 ton absorbers.
    I don't have time to be listening to this woman only to have her tell me what She feels is right so I sent a duct man there to give her a price on installing larger duct and if She goes for it then he gets the job.
    This Lady wants me to make the unit do something it never did in the past.
    It could very well be that the original unit was a smaller one and replaced before she purchased the home.
    So at this time this is where it stands.
    I'm waiting to see if She'll go for the larger duct work.
    Right now I would be happy just knowing why the air flow is way down in the den less then 30 feet from the unit.
    Again thanks for all the suggestions,links,etc.
    Vegas/

  6. #19
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    Ok Vegas lets cut right to it.......IS THERE A THERMOSTAT UPSTAIRS OR NOT?
    "And remember my sentimental friend......that a heart is not judged by how much you love, but by how much you are loved by others" - Wizard of Oz.

  7. #20
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    Gentlemen--We all need to get into the energy effiency-comfort business to prosper in the coming years. Anyone think about reducing the load? Bedrooms over garages suffer from poor insulation and 2 to 3 times the air infiltration of normal bedrooms. Why not address this with the customer. By doing this properly, she will save money and be more comfortable.

  8. #21
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    I carry my share with HVAC on a local hospital and work with 200 ton absorbers.

    put a 200 ton chiile in her home


    Right now I would be happy just knowing why the air flow is way down in the den less then 30 feet from the unit.

    Air leak


    BTW: Is there a thermostat upstaris?



    (just trying to help out steve)

  9. #22
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    No air upstares

    are a tech that should know what you are talking about, and if they smell something fishy.... they'll eat you for breakfast <<~~~~ I have already detected the border line tone in 2 of all these post.
    I remember 2 maybe 3 years ago you Guys gave me some good advice on pumps and the fast VAC and other good professional tools.
    I guess I made a mistake returning LOL
    Well, I already posted there is no duct leak so some must read to fast.
    I work on the bigger chillers and I do pick up a lot from the Trane and Honeywell engineers that come in and now going to school to learn the right way to perform eddy current test.
    There is a stat in the dining room.
    I'll return when I find why there is such a low air flow at the duct in the den.
    As for the others vents it's even less so the unit is almost non stop running during peak hot temps during the mid summer.
    Thanks for the help suggestions etc.
    Vegas/

  10. #23
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    Wiggy,Now ask if the dining room is up or downstairs!!LOL

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    sounds like heating duct.you cant add a.c. to heat duct hay by chance does your evap freez up

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    WHERE IS THE THERMOSTAT LOCATED---IS IT UPSTAIRS

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    Originally posted by ct2



    WHERE IS THE THERMOSTAT LOCATED---IS IT UPSTAIRS

    IT"S IN THE DINING ROOM!!!!







    LOL ,I think that the bestn answer you'll get.

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