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  1. #14
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    KIS upstairS

    Originally posted by red
    Facts: 2,600 sq ft house in NE Oklahoma (2,300 down, 300 upstairs game room), two separate heating and cooling units, the upstairs is connected to downstairs via a closed-sided stairway with a doorway at the bottom of the stairs (no door or open railing).

    The question is: If the upstairs heater was run sparingly (keeping the upstairs cooler)
    Heat Requirement:
    Two people and
    small upstairs furnace weighing about 5.1 # times Two, because you only wish to provide minimal heat upstairs.

    http://www.vornado.com/manuals/fs/dvthfs.pdf


    250 CFM Cooling ought to just about cover it.
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  2. #15
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    Originally posted by beenthere
    Too late now, but for 300 sq ft, a heat pump might have been a better choice.

    So what what the point in mentioning it?

  3. #16
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    Originally posted by deejoe
    Originally posted by beenthere
    Too late now, but for 300 sq ft, a heat pump might have been a better choice.

    So what what the point in mentioning it?
    When another home owner looks through the post he has the chance to thing about his choices.

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