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  1. #40
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    Hi dash, I don't know what size system we currently have, all the labels are ruined (faded from the weather), you should have seen the puzzled looks on the hvac guys, can't read a thing of them...Both companies did a manual load. I don't understand why one recommends a 2 Ton and one a 2.5 Ton...I guess this is the way the matched system are designed.

  2. #41
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    Nope one is correct and the other is incorrect,or worse yet ,they are both wrong.

    If your in a humid climate you really don't want to over size.yopu can do a calc. at the RED tab above for a small fee.I'd ask each to check their numbers .

  3. #42
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    What do you think about this system?

    Since I am running out of time trying to find the right contractor I will order this system tomorrow...Trane XL14i...TEE3F31A100A..BAZHTR1410..4TWX4024A1..14 SEER..2 TONS..this was the most expensive bid I received, and the biggest company I had contacted, but the rep. was the only person to check out the wiring and take a look at the breaker box and suggested to bring in an electrician. What do you think?

  4. #43
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    Originally posted by dash
    Nope one is correct and the other is incorrect,or worse yet ,they are both wrong.

    If your in a humid climate you really don't want to over size.yopu can do a calc. at the RED tab above for a small fee.I'd ask each to check their numbers .
    I'd make sure the load calc is correct or the contractor is on the hook in writing,like one brands 100% satisfaction guarantee,if it's wrong.

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