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    Question

    I read an article in the rses journal it's states; the proper way to charge is as follows: with a fixed orifice (except lennox}superheat, use a superheat charging table usually found on the condensing unit. My question is , what is the differance in lennox and other units?.

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    lennox recomends using the approach method but sh and lsc work fine also

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    Lennox condensors have a chart inside the unit for charging fixed metering systems by subcooling. Only use it if it is a mached system with the correct refrigerant line sizes and proper airflow through the indoor uni.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Lennox is different because they are "special" LOL. Hate working on the bloody things.
    "Go big or Go Home"

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    Originally posted by Black Adder
    Lennox is different because they are "special" LOL. Hate working on the bloody things.
    I love them. Beats carrier any day of the week.
    HVAC Contractor, Tyler Texas.

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    Thanks guys for your imput.

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