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    Get the tank removed before it leaks. Once it...

    Get the tank removed before it leaks.

    Once it starts leaking, you won't like the second mortgage it could cost you for the clean up.
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    Prices aren't allowed here.

    Prices aren't allowed here.
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    If you have Trane's communicating zoning system,...

    If you have Trane's communicating zoning system, you need Trane's communicating thermostats.
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    Not if you have Trane's communicating zoning...

    Not if you have Trane's communicating zoning system.

    PS: Prices aren't allowed here.
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    May not have gotten the additional charge...

    May not have gotten the additional charge correct.

    Call your landlord and have him send the contractor back out.
  6. Remove the cap after the trap. Long drain lines...

    Remove the cap after the trap. Long drain lines need a vent to pull air in to drain properly.
  7. More like mineral free water. And yes, mineral...

    More like mineral free water. And yes, mineral free water does effect metal that aggressively.
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    Oh, saw the low SC and thought the pic was of his...

    Oh, saw the low SC and thought the pic was of his final readings.
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    So it was 80 degrees outside, and you had an...

    So it was 80 degrees outside, and you had an indoor wetbulb of 61°?
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    An under charged system tends not to be able to...

    An under charged system tends not to be able to keep on on the hotter days.
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    Probably getting some supply air mixed in with...

    Probably getting some supply air mixed in with the return. See it a lot here.
  12. Nope. You would need to get a 3 ton unit.

    Nope. You would need to get a 3 ton unit.
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    At those readings, hope it only between 70 and 75...

    At those readings, hope it only between 70 and 75 outside. When he had the manifold connected to your system.

    And your system is a 16 SEER.
  14. Maybe get one of the more senior techs to go with...

    Maybe get one of the more senior techs to go with you.
  15. And probably had a 3 ton/1200 CFM blower. Your...

    And probably had a 3 ton/1200 CFM blower.

    Your duct work is probably the main hold up.
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    Probably thawed by now. But if its low on charge,...

    Probably thawed by now. But if its low on charge, running it again will cause it to freeze up again.
  17. 3.36 KWHs per hour of run time.

    3.36 KWHs per hour of run time.
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    Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
  19. Well, if its 2 HP. And 100% efficient. Then at 8...

    Well, if its 2 HP. And 100% efficient. Then at 8 hours on high speed, it would use 11.9 KWHs. and then for 3 hours at low speed, if low speed is 50%. That would be another 3.73 KWHs. So 15.63 KWHs...
  20. Left side of the electrical panel. Black plastic...

    Left side of the electrical panel. Black plastic block with four wires connected to it.
  21. Yes, 95 indoor temp is a high heat load for the...

    Yes, 95 indoor temp is a high heat load for the A/C.

    Turning it off, puts it under an even higher load when you turn it back on. Since the indoor temp could be over 125 degrees.

    When is the...
  22. Thread: Capacitor

    by beenthere
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    Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
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    With a piston. You need to find your indoor...

    With a piston. You need to find your indoor wetbulb temp to determine the amount of SH the unit needs/should be running at, for the outdoor temp at the time your working on the unit.

    At 93...
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    Could be the compressor. Lots of techs don't try...

    Could be the compressor. Lots of techs don't try to determine if its the compressor not pumping, or the reversing valve that is stuck in the middle. Both can cause equal pressures on the gauges when...
  25. 95 indoor temp puts a hard load on the...

    95 indoor temp puts a hard load on the compressor, so you could be shortening its life span letting it get to 95.

    I would think 90 as a max temp would be slightly easier on the compressor.
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    Sorry, this isn't a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this isn't a DIY site.

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    Would be nice to know the static pressure at the...

    Would be nice to know the static pressure at the blower.

    While the small coil has a bit of a high pressure drop. It could be that there isn't enough return to give good air flow. And not a...
  28. Prices are not allowed.

    Prices are not allowed.
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    May be freezing up at night. 68 is a bit too...

    May be freezing up at night. 68 is a bit too cold, and can cause freeze up problems. With a slightly low charge, and a filter starting to get dirty, one cool night can cause a freeze up.

    OUTDOOR...
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    Mini splits may be a viable option. But will cost...

    Mini splits may be a viable option. But will cost a lot more to have installed, than to replace your current A/C.
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    Pressures fine? When your looking for feedback on...

    Pressures fine? When your looking for feedback on a forum that spans international boundaries let alone state boundaries. That statement means little, as the indoor set temps, and outdoor ambients...
  32. RIB = Relay In a Box. Yes, use an isolation...

    RIB = Relay In a Box.

    Yes, use an isolation relay to bring on the heat.

    Fan center wiring must have the fan limit control's fan wire run through the NC, so the fan operates automatically in...
  33. Code requires a secondary drain pan, or a cut off...

    Code requires a secondary drain pan, or a cut off switch if an over flow could cause structural damage. I believe the floor drain being right there prevents structural damage from an over flow.
    ...
  34. The distributor can order the board by the units...

    The distributor can order the board by the units model and serial number.
  35. Might check with friends to see who they have...

    Might check with friends to see who they have used.
  36. Thread: Bryant 286A

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    Sounds like you may have a duct issue, or a bad...

    Sounds like you may have a duct issue, or a bad zoning job issue.
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    With high humidity in the conditioned area. The...

    With high humidity in the conditioned area. The refrigerant returning to the condenser, would be warmer than if the humidity was low. So the condensers SC would drop some from normal operation.
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    While a long run time is efficient. The chart...

    While a long run time is efficient. The chart fails to show that the long run time also puts more heat out the chimney.
  39. R.O. water, will probably destroy the condenser,...

    R.O. water, will probably destroy the condenser, since it will tend to absorb the metal.
  40. So what did you find.

    So what did you find.
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    What has been checked?

    What has been checked?
  42. Moved to AOP.

    Moved to AOP.
  43. The installing contractor will need to call...

    The installing contractor will need to call Goodman tech support.
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    You get the nick name of compressor slayer. ...

    You get the nick name of compressor slayer.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
  45. Yeah I know. I still have one.

    Yeah I know. I still have one.
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    As far as possible.

    As far as possible.
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    Too close to the unit, causes some of the air to...

    Too close to the unit, causes some of the air to bypass going out that duct. Due to turbulence.

    Better to get it further away from the air handlers opening.
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    Yep, that one.

    Yep, that one.
  49. Are you saying that the zoning was recently...

    Are you saying that the zoning was recently added?

    Or that rewiring was done recently?

    And that since then the blower doesn't come up to the higher speed anymore?

    The wiring always goes to...
  50. The thermostat has no way to tell the blower to...

    The thermostat has no way to tell the blower to speed up, if Y2 is not connected.

    Perhaps the air handler has its blower profile set up for a slow ramp up. And the blower won't go to full speed,...
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