Search:

Type: Posts; User: Rovert

Page 1 of 2 1 2

Search: Search took 0.07 seconds.

  1. Replies
    8
    Views
    344

    Bypasses increase airflow across the coil but at...

    Bypasses increase airflow across the coil but at a much reduced temperature. It's not a good way to go. Zoning can be done but dampers and a bypass is not the way to do it.

    A ducted minisplit can...
  2. Replies
    12
    Views
    428

    Very true. I have a friend who is an orthopedic...

    Very true. I have a friend who is an orthopedic surgeon. He was, in terms of performing surgery, way ahead of his peers during his residency due to a background in construction. Many would be...
  3. Replies
    12
    Views
    428

    Just last week I had to rebuild "Frank's" hip. My...

    Just last week I had to rebuild "Frank's" hip. My wife teaches anatomy and physiology and Frank is her skeleton. The repair I made was similar to yours. It feels strange putting fasteners in human...
  4. Replies
    8
    Views
    344

    Why are you not a fan of the minisplit? That is...

    Why are you not a fan of the minisplit? That is my suggestion as well.

    If the existing conditioned area is reasonably balanced, I wouldn't consider zoning. I am not a fan of bypasses. I would...
  5. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    I have not talked directly to Honeywell/Resideo....

    I have not talked directly to Honeywell/Resideo. My info has been passed through my distributor but they have been in contact with them regarding the issue since October.

    I have not seen a...
  6. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    I haven't seen one yet, just a low res pic from...

    I haven't seen one yet, just a low res pic from my distributor. The pic they sent me shows it on the back of the stat as I described and it says "series 5" below the serial number on the box.
  7. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    It's the sideways number between the mn and date...

    It's the sideways number between the mn and date code on the back of the stat. The series 5's have shipped but not arrived at my wholesaler yet.
  8. Replies
    9
    Views
    440

    I've seen Nests kill a couple of contactors and a...

    I've seen Nests kill a couple of contactors and a fan relay. If there's a Nest and an electrical issue, the stat is where I would start.
  9. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    Those are the symptoms I have seen over and over....

    Those are the symptoms I have seen over and over. A different model stat will likely fix your issue.
  10. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    The T6 WiFi's are good. I know someone mentioned...

    The T6 WiFi's are good. I know someone mentioned a problem with one but they are not part of the large scale issue.

    My distributor says the T6 Series 5 should be in stock within three weeks. They...
  11. Replies
    20
    Views
    614

    I've always used 139,000.

    I've always used 139,000.
  12. Replies
    7
    Views
    394

    One of my wholesalers has delivered to me via...

    One of my wholesalers has delivered to me via Uber a couple of times now. The first time they had sent me the wrong thermostat. I emailed them to let them know and got a reply saying an Uber driver...
  13. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    Not doing any better as a heat pump: ...

    Not doing any better as a heat pump:

    https://i.imgur.com/uk1mV0th.jpg
  14. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    This is programmed as a gas furnace: ...

    This is programmed as a gas furnace:

    https://i.imgur.com/VP9L0HSh.jpg
  15. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    What do you mean by "true heat pump mode"? 200-2,...

    What do you mean by "true heat pump mode"? 200-2, 205-7, etc? The problem with these is not in the set up. Trust me, I've gone through it dozens of times with six different T6's now. These things are...
  16. Replies
    20
    Views
    614

    No,not 65,000. It is 90,000.

    No,not 65,000. It is 90,000.
  17. Replies
    20
    Views
    614

    What nozzle did you put in it when you serviced...

    What nozzle did you put in it when you serviced it? As mentioned above, that holds the answer to the BTU input it is operating at.
  18. Replies
    8
    Views
    343

    Isn't the air temp in HI virtually always within...

    Isn't the air temp in HI virtually always within 5-10 deg of the groundwater temp? I would not have expected WSHP's to be very common or practical there.
  19. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    I see. I'm going to see if I can find some of the...

    I see. I'm going to see if I can find some of the series 5's. This problem needs to get fixed sooner rather than later.
  20. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    For 1H1C, you could go T4. They've been flawless...

    For 1H1C, you could go T4. They've been flawless for me.
  21. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    The most recent info I got was that they do not...

    The most recent info I got was that they do not have a serial number range of bad stats. I guess bad units were found outside of the initial range. They are saying that all "series 5" T6 thermostats...
  22. Replies
    9
    Views
    444

    You have a uA clamp meter? What was the reading?

    You have a uA clamp meter? What was the reading?
  23. Replies
    9
    Views
    444

    What are you doing with the amp clamp?

    What are you doing with the amp clamp?
  24. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    One of my distributor's technical support staff...

    One of my distributor's technical support staff had been in contact with Honeywell regarding this issue on 10/8 per my sales rep.

    The distributor I talked with today had no knowledge of the...
  25. Replies
    13
    Views
    451

    If the 30-06 is too much, the .338 win mag isn't...

    If the 30-06 is too much, the .338 win mag isn't going to help. More powder, more bullet, more velocity equals more recoil. If you handload, you can make the .30-06 do whatever you want in terms of...
  26. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    Two of the original five bad T6's haven't been...

    Two of the original five bad T6's haven't been picked up yet. They are 1918 and 1922. Today's is 1940. I think this problem may not be as limited as I was originally told.
  27. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    That was a typo. I meant W2. These were all wired...

    That was a typo. I meant W2. These were all wired and programmed correctly. I know what you mean though. I've installed a few in heat pump only (no back up heat) systems and parked the white wire on...
  28. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    Did they work when you installed them? Ours...

    Did they work when you installed them?

    Ours didn't work from the start. They worked fine in AC but they wouldn't run heat or RV (energized in heat). We did get a constant 12-18 v on W1 and B...
  29. Replies
    10
    Views
    468

    Is it being used for heating or cooling? Does the...

    Is it being used for heating or cooling? Does the fuse blow in both modes? What measurements have you taken?

    If this is happening in heat only, I wouldn't be surprised if there is a short in the...
  30. There's not a gas water heater in the mechanical...

    There's not a gas water heater in the mechanical closet, is there?
  31. Replies
    153
    Views
    5,558

    There is a bad batch of T6's. We had five in a...

    There is a bad batch of T6's. We had five in a row that wouldn't run heat pumps. All our problems were on dual fuel systems but bench testing showed that that wasn't the only issue. Honeywell...
  32. Thread: Cad Ohms

    by Rovert
    Replies
    25
    Views
    828

    Did you measure resistance with a light...

    Did you measure resistance with a light (flashlight) directly on the cad cell?

    If it responds correctly to that, you either have poor flame, which I assume you checked for, or something blocking...
  33. Replies
    13
    Views
    778

    How do you know the leak is in the outdoor unit?...

    How do you know the leak is in the outdoor unit? Did you isolate and pressure test the l/s and evap coil? Have you evacuated it and put nitrogen in it?
  34. Replies
    28
    Views
    16,078

    ZZ, shoot me an email (in my profile). I have...

    ZZ, shoot me an email (in my profile). I have some info for you.
  35. Replies
    14
    Views
    820

    This, but I don't suggest going in heavy handed....

    This, but I don't suggest going in heavy handed. It is doubtful that they are obligated to change anything.
  36. Replies
    28
    Views
    1,885

    You are not allowed to cross beam per the NEC......

    You are not allowed to cross beam per the NEC... unless the cable assemblies are 6/2 or 8/3 or larger. You must drill holes or use running boards on smaller wires.

    These things punch holes really...
  37. Replies
    14
    Views
    820

    Furnace intake and exhaust systems have design...

    Furnace intake and exhaust systems have design parameters. Yes, running them in six inch pipe would make it quieter but is not approved. It could likely be done in 3" which may help some.

    My...
  38. Replies
    12
    Views
    1,092

    You could always go at it with a buffer. People...

    You could always go at it with a buffer. People may start talking about you, though.

    Ours typically comes through pretty clean. Inclement weather can change that. I've wiped it down in the shop...
  39. Replies
    13
    Views
    983

    I've never seen it but my first thought was that...

    I've never seen it but my first thought was that there was water inside and it froze.
  40. You're getting too hung up on the size of the...

    You're getting too hung up on the size of the openings on the unit. They really don't mean anything in terms of duct design. They're designed to let enough air through the unit but that doesn't mean...
  41. Granted, in your plan those numbers are the same...

    Granted, in your plan those numbers are the same but that isn't typical.
  42. You're talking trunk size and I was referring to...

    You're talking trunk size and I was referring to the area of the supply ducts open to conditioned space.
  43. You do realize that this setup is going to be...

    You do realize that this setup is going to be noisy, don't you? 5 tons would typically have more than 500 sq inches of supply opening (before diffusers are installed) and at least 50' of ductwork...
  44. It is reasonable to discuss that with them. The...

    It is reasonable to discuss that with them. The answer is dependent on the overall duct design. You will see about 3x the head loss in the smaller duct than you would in the 14x22. Granted, it is...
  45. It sounds like they calculated the duct sizes...

    It sounds like they calculated the duct sizes based on appropriate air flow for five tons of cooling. 12x18 is going to create high static pressure at 2000-ish cfm in most situations.
  46. Replies
    5
    Views
    471

    Your HVAC guy needs clarity on this? Doubtful. As...

    Your HVAC guy needs clarity on this? Doubtful. As mentioned, you cannot legally do 1a-e without EPA cert.
  47. Replies
    22
    Views
    1,244

    I knew very well which direction the blower...

    I knew very well which direction the blower needed to spin. The universal motor, however, only had cw/ccw settings, no arrows or indication as to shaft end or drive end as the reference for...
  48. Replies
    22
    Views
    1,244

    I once replaced a furnace blower with a universal...

    I once replaced a furnace blower with a universal motor. Running in reverse, it felt like 25% or so. It was not much airflow. I wish manufacturers could agree on which end of the motor they use to...
  49. Replies
    3
    Views
    536

    Was VR yellow (dual cap C) and VS blue (dual cap...

    Was VR yellow (dual cap C) and VS blue (dual cap herm)? I believe they're used to sense compressor voltage.
  50. Replies
    5
    Views
    1,036

    Do not put positive pressure on any flue unless...

    Do not put positive pressure on any flue unless you are confident there are no combustion gasses using said flue. From the photo, I'd say there is a strong possibility there is only one flue for both...
Results 1 to 50 of 81
Page 1 of 2 1 2