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  1. #27
    Sorry, I think I measured it incorrectly.

    I have posted an updated pic. The smaller pipe is about 1ft in diameter and the larger pipe connecting to the filter box is about 4ft in diameter.

    I hope I got the right one you were asking for measurements. Sorry about that!

    Also, can you please clarify where the pre-filters cells that need to be cleaned are? When I open the filter cabinet there is only one washable blue cheap filter. I have also posted a picture of that.
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  2. #28
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    Ok so you have a media cabinet, and not an electronic air cleaner. If you look inside the cabinet you should see the damper in the pipe

  3. #29
    I removed the cabinet cover and tried to look up inside the pipe. I dont see anything there, its kind of hard as it bends.

    Should there be a damper where the honeywell zone control apparatus is?

    If not, might this be related to my issues?

  4. #30
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    try a mirror

  5. #31
    lol you're a genius! All I can see is a metal rod sticking out coming from the Honeywell apparatus. No damper.


    thoughts?

  6. #32
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    Return air temperature sensor? Does the rod run from side to side? If it does remove filter and look inside unit.

  7. #33
    It only protrudes out a little bit, not even half way across. I attached a picture so you can see.
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    12" round return and 80,000 btu furnace? damper or not thats not enough R/A.

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  11. #37

    update 2

    So another update.

    One of the contractors partners came and looked at the furnace. He heard the "train-like" noise and said it had to do with the zone dampers. I didn't exactly understand everything he was talking about but what I got from it was the heat was not being properly exhausted, something about a safety valve. But he did say that he thought the fresh air intake was sufficient.

    He is coming on Tuesday to do a couple more hours of work and looks like they will be adding an additional pipe. I hope this fixes things.

    I will keep you guys updated!

  12. #38
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    the carrier infinity works much better with the carrier infinity zone control it is a few bucks more and worth every penny .not to be rude but that looks like a low bid job . I hope you got a very good price .and the dat sensor on the return air is a rookie mistake

  13. #39
    Yea I realize that now. I basically paid half of what the others wanted to charge me.

    I guess you get for what you pay for. Hopefully my issues get corrected.

    Where should the air temp sensor normally be placed?

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