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  1. #1
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    Just checking to see if the equipment installed is what I requested.

    Installed a Bryant 355MAV042060 and 355MAV060080 furnace. I just wanted to make sure these were variable speed units.

    Thanks

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    [Edited by jultzya on 10-31-2005 at 10:45 PM]

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    That's what I figured. Just wanted to make sure.

    Thanks

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    It`s also 2 stage heat.

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    Bigbird, is this a current model? The Bryant website shows a 355AAV.

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    yes,it`s the currant model now. 355mav. I`m looking at the spec. book know I just picked up two today to install.

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    Bigbird, thanks very much. I'm in Bakersfield and am looking forward to see if the performance of the 90% VS furnace and a 556A 14 SEER AC unit will deliver the comfort and cost savings I hope for.

    Thanks again.

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    I hauled a lot of cattle through bakersfield in my younger days. Good luck with your system,i`ve been installing bryant for over 25 years.

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    Not to split hairs, but the V doesn't mean variable in this case. Most all Bryants are now AAV series, except for package units and such. Actually, the 355 tells you it's two-speed and variable speed, so Jason got what he wanted. Until recently the 90+ units were all MAV and the 80%AFUE models were all AAV. Only change I am aware of is the 355AAV is now listed for either single or two pipe configuration where the MAV's were all two-pipe only.
    Don't confuse me with facts, my mind is already made up.

  10. #10
    Originally posted by Midwest
    Not to split hairs, but the V doesn't mean variable in this case.
    No problem midwest, thanks for correcting me!

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