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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...
  4. 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...
  5. 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.
    ...
  6. The distributor can order the board by the units...

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

    Might check with friends to see who they have used.
  8. 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.
  11. R.O. water, will probably destroy the condenser,...

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

    So what did you find.
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    What has been checked?

    What has been checked?
  14. Moved to AOP.

    Moved to AOP.
  15. 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.
  17. 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.
  21. 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...
  22. 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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    Even the placement of that flex duct is too close...

    Even the placement of that flex duct is too close to the air handler.
  24. Even when they are level, they can be off by 6...

    Even when they are level, they can be off by 6 degrees.



    I still have one of those wrenches, in an old tool box, somewhere.

    To calibrate it properly, isn't a little 30 minute job. And week...
  25. They were often inaccurate by as much as 6...

    They were often inaccurate by as much as 6 degrees.

    And are not made anymore, because of the Mercury.
  26. Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
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    So you have never been able to cool the house....

    So you have never been able to cool the house. Was the duct work size increased, to handle the larger A/C.

    Blocking returns won't help.
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    Someone else may have added charge to get the...

    Someone else may have added charge to get the vapor pressure up not realizing the LLFD was restricting.

    I've had TXVs feed enough to keep the lower rows of the evap cold, but the top rows were...
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    What size was the old A/C?

    What size was the old A/C?
  30. Bring on the electric heat and check temp rise....

    Bring on the electric heat and check temp rise. Then you can figure out your CFM that it is moving. And then determine what the max size heat pump the duct work can handle.
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    Restricted LLFD in the condenser cabinet.

    Restricted LLFD in the condenser cabinet.
  32. Just have both an emergency shut off and a...

    Just have both an emergency shut off and a service switch installed.
  33. Varies with the home, the people, and how much...

    Varies with the home, the people, and how much cooking, and showering they do.

    Over cool to dehumidify will help, how much, we can't say.
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    Not knowing how big your house is, nor what size...

    Not knowing how big your house is, nor what size A/C you have.

    Can you get more insulation in the attic? Seal the recepts and switches in your walls?
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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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    Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
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    Doesn't matter where he posts it. We're not a...

    Doesn't matter where he posts it.

    We're not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
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    Pricing discussions aren't allowed in the open...

    Pricing discussions aren't allowed in the open forums.
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    Sounds like a counter flow air handler.

    Sounds like a counter flow air handler.
  40. Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
  41. Moved to AOP.

    Moved to AOP.
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    If the unit was blowing hot air until the home...

    If the unit was blowing hot air until the home owner turned the unit off and then back on. Its not the hot gas back flowing through the evap. Most likely your seeing what the unit has been doing for...
  43. Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
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    Since most new units are precharged for 15 foot...

    Since most new units are precharged for 15 foot of line set and the most commonly sold matching evap coil. Why was any refrigerant added.
  45. I was talking to the OP.

    I was talking to the OP.
  46. Are you really a tech.

    Are you really a tech.
  47. There is a restriction somewhere between the...

    There is a restriction somewhere between the condenser coil and the schrader port.

    Keep checking line temps until you find that spot.
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    Sorry, this is not a DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not a DIY site.

    Thread closed.
  49. Sorry, this is not DIY site. Thread closed.

    Sorry, this is not DIY site.

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    LOL, I think maybe 3 seconds.

    LOL, I think maybe 3 seconds.
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