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  1. #40
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    No they just replaced the outside condensing unit to a 2.5

  2. #41
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    On a 2 ton air handeler? Can you get the model number of the A/H? This is getting intersting.

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    This is getting interesting....

    Model# ARUF030-00A-1A


    A google search shows this to be a 1.5 ton air handeler. It was a 2 ton compressor now it's a 2.5 ton compressor.


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    Originally posted by ablib
    This is getting interesting....

    Model# ARUF030-00A-1A


    A google search shows this to be a 1.5 ton air handeler. It was a 2 ton compressor now it's a 2.5 ton compressor.

    Thats a 2.5 ton goodman airhandler. It is often used to make a 12 seer 2 ton ac.
    HVAC Contractor, Tyler Texas.

  5. #44
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    Hmmm

    So, it's still not cooling. I checked the attic to get the model number and everything seems pretty tight.

    [Edited by ablib on 07-16-2005 at 12:15 AM]

  6. #45

    California...

    Originally posted by Irascible
    Well at least in California you would. I don’t know about Missouri.

    And the other thing to do? Move into a downstairs apartment ASAP.
    No California does NOY say a tenant is required to have air conditioning. It says they must have screens, if the apartment came with AC and it is broke down and the landlord has no money to fix it, you move!

    It might be different in a Rent Controlled area but we don't live where there is Rent Control... HAving been a lanlord for over 20 years In know the law to well... Been there done that..

    [Edited by AllTemp on 07-16-2005 at 01:14 PM]
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    Originally posted by ablib
    Hmmm

    So, it's still not cooling. I checked the attic to get the model number and everything seems pretty tight.

    [Edited by ablib on 07-16-2005 at 12:15 AM]
    Invite your landlord in, when its 95 outside.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

  8. #47
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    I wouldn't expect the owners to do a lot more . You now have a matched system . Time to ask for a downstairs apartment or get out of your lease. I'm not an attorney, but I don't think there are any laws that you have to have A/C,heat possibly, not A/C.Are you the only tennant having this problem?

  9. #48
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    before spending the money to move why not call out an hvac company to look at it. whith the low temp split you mention I would suspect that it is a simple problem that only a good tech can find. just be upfront with them about what you need them for.
    HVAC Contractor, Tyler Texas.

  10. #49
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    What's a low temp split?

    And if I hire my own competant tech and it does prove that something is wrong or it's undersized, I'm positive that the Landlord will have a different outlook on this and start getting snappier with the techie that installed the system. Because after all the landlord is the one footing the bill once all these A/C's die from nonstop use.

    But can I make the landlord pay for the bill? If I'm right of course.

    [Edited by ablib on 07-16-2005 at 09:05 PM]

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