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    Coleman Mod W/ Clean Effects & Navien

    A little daisy.








    Here is a class A supply duct...
    America; first we fight for our freedom,
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    Looks much better did you end up taking the Coleman out of communicating mode or???
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkyHeating View Post
    Looks much better did you end up taking the Coleman out of communicating mode or???
    I ended up powering the display of the Clean Effects with one transformer and installing another from the EAC line volt terminals with the G & W from the Clean Effects hooked up to the low volt side enabling the Clean Effects display to always be lit with the filtering function only engaging when the fan is running. Thats a good solution for the manufacturing fail of not energizing the proper 24v non-communicating terminals of the board during operation. This would work for HRV's, Humidifiers ETC.
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    2 qustions why is that wood stove directly in frount of the old furance?
    and what was that duct with the square cut out of it for?


    Quote Originally Posted by LibertyTree View Post
    A little daisy.








    Here is a class A supply duct...

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    Yeah pretty wacky. The stove was to keep the homeowner warm while they did laundry and as for the patch your guess is as good as mine...
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    if it's a conditioned space, why insulate duct?

    looks good but don't let chuckcrj see that clean effects.... he'll set you straight

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    whats wrong with them?

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    Awesome work Libertytree!!

    Did you do all of the work yourself or with help?

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    Strange duct system.

    Why are two round ducts feeding a trunk line?
    I've discovered a natural law - everything gets progressively worse. Things only break down and become depleted. Life isn't worth living and everything is going to hell.

    Death is the messiah. Everything else is irrelevant and arbitrary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cody350 View Post
    if it's a conditioned space, why insulate duct?

    looks good but don't let chuckcrj see that clean effects.... he'll set you straight

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    Looks nice. Nice and clean.

    Except for the gas line :-P.
    Gas code is that your drip leg has to be after the valve, not before. (so you can clean the dirt out of the trap without touching the meter.)
    Even though it's a BS code.

    I love the transistion on the return.
    You guys do a good job wrapping duct.
    "Better tell the sandman to stay away, because we're gonna be workin on this one all night."

    "Dude, you need more than 2 wires to a condenser to run a 2 stage heatpump."

    "Just get it done son."

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacvegas View Post
    Looks nice. Nice and clean.

    Except for the gas line :-P.
    Gas code is that your drip leg has to be after the valve, not before. (so you can clean the dirt out of the trap without touching the meter.)
    Even though it's a BS code.

    I love the transistion on the return.
    You guys do a good job wrapping duct.
    Thanks! I put the drip leg at the bottom of the drop where it belongs, that's where the gunk will naturally go and besides, all I have ever found in a drip leg is thread oil... my work mate did all the wrapping, insulation messes me up prettybad, I'm a wuss...
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    Quote Originally Posted by cody350 View Post
    if it's a conditioned space, why insulate duct?

    looks good but don't let chuckcrj see that clean effects.... he'll set you straight
    It was actualyy an unconditioned basement, silly too because a remodel down there would be cake. What's wrong with the clean effects? I don't know of. A better filtration system, the static can get high if (or more like when) the customer forgets to clean it but for that reason we use large return drops and make improvements to the duct to lower static whenever possible.
    America; first we fight for our freedom,
    then we make laws to take it away.

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