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  1. #1
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    Has ANYONE seen a system that had the coil on the return side, actually work. 2 of the guys at the shop are trying to make this work, no space on supply. Went out there tonight and the new trane x14 is tripping on hp. TXV fed, I told them it isnt going to work, pull er out and figure a way to redo the supply.

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    Uhhh..? Heat pump indoor coil always goes on the return side, maybe I'm confused....
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    you said this is a heat pump? on trane airhandlers the coil is on the return end. am i reading this right?

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    You guys been drinkin?


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    Originally posted by Chad711
    Has ANYONE seen a system that had the coil on the return side, actually work. 2 of the guys at the shop are trying to make this work, no space on supply. Went out there tonight and the new trane x14 is tripping on hp. TXV fed, I told them it isnt going to work, pull er out and figure a way to redo the supply.
    Furnace or Air Handler??
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    yea but that is beside the point.

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    Furnace is a Lennox Pulse.
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    IS THIS A DUEL FUEL SETUP?

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    Originally posted by Chad711
    Furnace is a Lennox Pulse.
    Yes it does make a difference you don't put a coil on the return of a gas furnace in Texas.
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    Originally posted by trey r
    IS THIS A DUEL FUEL SETUP?
    yes
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    Originally posted by mrbillpro
    Originally posted by Chad711
    Furnace is a Lennox Pulse.
    Yes it does make a difference you don't put a coil on the return of a gas furnace in Texas.

    I agree, you shouldt in any state...
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    NOPE NOT IN NORTH CAROLINA EITHER.

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    If the airflow is there it wouldnt matter to the heat pump what side of the furnace the coil is on.

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