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  1. #14
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    From Here-On it's Puron!!LOL

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    depending on the O.D.T. with proper air flow 94 deg. plus or minus 5 deg., wich is close to your body temp. and may feel cool to the touch.

  3. #16
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    Originally posted by dash
    Just love that Puron,seems consumers think, it's in every brand!!LOL
    It is in every brand, just under it's trade name. Sorta like Freon.

  4. #17
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    must say Puron sounds better than Gentron (AZ 20)

  5. #18
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    Well, the tech came out and said since I now have a variable speed air handler that the air will definitly not feel as warm as my old unit. Reason being because the old air handler was not varaible and every time it kicked on it was always at 100% so it was always at the hottest possible temperature. Maybe he's BSing me, but I don't know.

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    He's bs'ing you. Talk to his manager.

  7. #20
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    your new one will actually move the air needed, if its cooler it's because the previous system was lacking airflow because of poor ductwork and application and probably had a significant part in why it failed. Now you get noise because the duct is restrictive but you're moving the proper air. Now if you fixed the duct work, you could actually see a savings on your utility bill.

  8. #21
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    With variable speed ,ask if it's set to run at 350cfm(airflow) per ton.

    I'd think it can be made to discharge warmer air or at lest as warm as the old one.It may not be set up properly,happens way too often.

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