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    Talking goodman install

    so here is my latest install what do ya'll thinkName:  acpics 002.jpg
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    what no comments lol guess it looks good. man i figured ya'll would pick it apart but than again not the best pics but when its done right i guess its hard to see anything wrong lol

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    What's powering the unit? No high voltage whip from the disconnect?

    Linset looks nice and tidy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phbsales View Post
    What's powering the unit? No high voltage whip from the disconnect?

    Linset looks nice and tidy.
    u have never herd of wireless electricity?
    http://www.ted.com/talks/eric_giler_...ectricity.html

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    Not a big fan of concrete pads anymore.

    I do prefer the elect. whip instead of through the wall.

    Closet installs are not fun so good job from where i sit.

    I started installing my condensers with the Discharge/Suction hookups facing out instead of in .

    Overall, Its a good looking install.

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    Did you put a 3/4" cap on the T before the P-trap? Should be one there for the trap to work properly. Looks good otherwise.

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    there is a little mexican on the other side of the wall on a bike thats where the power is coming from lol just kidding look down close to the line set the whip goes from the diconnect through the wall and pops out by the lineset low voltage is ran under the armiflex. yes tee is caped just did have it on there at time of pic. thanks for the compliments. i did this install by myself in 12 hours from tear out to complete up and running and thats including checking charge static pressures s.c. s.h. and t.d. and programming t-stat but was tired as hell after it was done

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    I was going to ask about the drain as well but saw your response. The only thing I don't care for is how you ran the lineset across the front of the unit, I would have prefered it dropping down on left side if possible

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    It's not easy to see in the pic, but is that a running trap or a p-trap on the coil?

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    Are these "closet installs" fairly common in the US? I think just about every (most) furnace here is in a open room in a basement.

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    Thumbs up

    closet installs are pretty common. a lot in the garage. in my area 90% go in the attic. not much fun servicing them in the summer time. install looks good. neat job.
    you guys ever notice how the armaflex insulltion goes to pot after a one hot summer. what I use is the black pipe wrap that the gas co. uses to wrap buried gas lines with. it protects the suction line insullation from the UVs
    a stupid question is a question you wont to ask, but don't

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    yes i agree basshound about dropping the lineset down on the left but if you look up in the pic you can see the disconnect right there and i like to make sure that every componant is out of the way of each other that way if the disconnect ever has to be replaced than your not trying to flex the lineset out of the way to get to it. and yes its a p-trap i dont use running traps they are not allowed here by code. and did ya'll know that goodman say in the install manual that field experiance suggests a t before the p and no cap and i was always told to cap it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phbsales View Post
    What's powering the unit? No high voltage whip from the disconnect?

    Linset looks nice and tidy.
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