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  1. Sorry, prices are not permitted here, they have...

    Sorry, prices are not permitted here, they have been removed.
  2. LOL. Only Pro members have PM privileges. So...

    LOL.

    Only Pro members have PM privileges. So the OP can't send or receive PMs.
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    Moved to AOP.

    Moved to AOP.
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    Moved to AOP.

    Moved to AOP.
  5. Good chance, its just the thermostat.

    Good chance, its just the thermostat.
  6. 1500 CFM is probably fine being that its in first...

    1500 CFM is probably fine being that its in first stage.
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    Maybe get a better company to service your unit....

    Maybe get a better company to service your unit. One that will find and fix the leak.
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    Too powerful of a furnace won't cause the A/C to...

    Too powerful of a furnace won't cause the A/C to freeze up. You have a low air flow issue most likely. Or an improperly installed evap coil.
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    Is your employer your wife? Your a DIYer.

    Is your employer your wife? Your a DIYer.
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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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    The dye travels with the oil, which travels with...

    The dye travels with the oil, which travels with the refrigerant.

    Its a relatively small amount of oil that travels with the refrigerant, so not much oil or dye circulates in 30 minutes.
    ...
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    Honeywell IAQ.

    Honeywell IAQ.
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    Some leaks are hard to find. And need to have the...

    Some leaks are hard to find. And need to have the system recovered except for a few ounces as trace gas, and then nitrogen used to bring the system up to a high pressure and checked.

    Most leak...
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    5,000 sq foot house with a 4 ton A/C. 1,250 sq ft...

    5,000 sq foot house with a 4 ton A/C. 1,250 sq ft per ton, on a 20 plus year old house. Might be a tad small.

    Same with furnace.

    Ask the company how they determined what size equipment to...
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    I only use the contractor models. So I don't know...

    I only use the contractor models. So I don't know which if any box store models have it or not.
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    Its not a feature that automatically pops up. If...

    Its not a feature that automatically pops up. If your thermostat has that feature. It has to be enabled in the set up menu.
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    Ah, forgot its an electric furnace. Its okay...

    Ah, forgot its an electric furnace. Its okay then. I was thinking gas furnace at first.


    And on a side note. Have them check if one of the electric heaters is coming on with the A/C.
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    The A coil is NOT suppose to be on top of a...

    The A coil is NOT suppose to be on top of a downflow furnace. Its detrimental to the furnace. Causes the heat exchanger to rust from the inside out.
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    A coil on top? Is this an upflow or downflow...

    A coil on top? Is this an upflow or downflow furnace?
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    From what several members said a long time ago....

    From what several members said a long time ago. It was common in Florida at one time.
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    More often than not, techs don't crawl under the...

    More often than not, techs don't crawl under the home and check the ducts.
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    Could be a orifice/TXV issue, or a low air flow...

    Could be a orifice/TXV issue, or a low air flow issue, or a restricted LLFD issue.

    SH and SC would have probably pointed you in the right way.
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    Should check to make sure non of the ducts under...

    Should check to make sure non of the ducts under the home are disconnected. And make sure the ducts are properly attached to the unit.
  25. The Ultra Aire will be a higher quality unit.

    The Ultra Aire will be a higher quality unit.
  26. No, its not harmful. And might even save enough...

    No, its not harmful. And might even save enough money in ten years to pay for the insulation.
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    We have a contractor locator map of this boards...

    We have a contractor locator map of this boards members. See if any are listed on it. The link to it is in my sig.
  28. Prices removed.

    Prices removed.
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    Your not charged based on amp draw. But rather by...

    Your not charged based on amp draw. But rather by wattage. Many forget this when they see a lower amp draw on a 3 phase unit the same size as a single phase unit.

    Same amount of wattage whether...
  30. A good nitrogen flush/purge is all that is needed.

    A good nitrogen flush/purge is all that is needed.
  31. Yes, you posted prices. I also removed the new...

    Yes, you posted prices.

    I also removed the new prices you posted.

    https://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?1241-Welcome-to-HVAC-Talk!-Please-read-these-rules
  32. Prices are not allowed.

    Prices are not allowed.
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    Sorry, prices are not allowed.

    Sorry, prices are not allowed.
  34. So did the installers come back and find the...

    So did the installers come back and find the problem.
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    Page 15. The system should be liquid-charged...

    Page 15.

    The system should be liquid-charged through the liquid-receiver shut-off valve or through a valve in the liquid line. The use of a filter drier in the charging line is ...
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    Turn the refrigerant cylinder upside down, purge...

    Turn the refrigerant cylinder upside down, purge the charging hose and charge liquid through the liquid line charging port until refrigerant no longer flows or until the correct charge has been...
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    LOL, not from 1980. You can hear when your...

    LOL, not from 1980.

    You can hear when your dumping too much liquid into the vapor line.

    Scrolls are capable of handling liquid flood back for short durations. So metered liquid charging is not...
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    I've been liquid charging through the vapor side...

    I've been liquid charging through the vapor side since the 80s. Vapor just takes too long. No matter what refrigerant it is.

    Does help to listen to the compressor when your liquid charging through...
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    Copeland says to meter in the liquid. They never...

    Copeland says to meter in the liquid. They never said to pulse it in.

    I've topped off/finish charged way too many systems that way, for it to be luck.
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    Only if you put an excessive volume of liquid in...

    Only if you put an excessive volume of liquid in at one time.

    I add liquid for 20 to 30 seconds at a time. And service compressors that I charged/topped off that way 14 plus years ago. Those...
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    That will just raise his ID humidity.

    That will just raise his ID humidity.
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    After the air flow is slowed down, the on time...

    After the air flow is slowed down, the on time will increase more, and you should get that crisp air feeling back.
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    Your summer design temp is 108F. So yeah,...

    Your summer design temp is 108F.

    So yeah, your over sized. But maybe by only 1/2 ton.
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    305 ton might be okay if they set it up right. 3...

    305 ton might be okay if they set it up right. 3 ton could be the correct size. I can't say for sure, not there to check your house.

    What city do you live in.
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    That wouldn't increase run time, it would shorten...

    That wouldn't increase run time, it would shorten it. Because that increases the sensible heat capacity of the A/C. But reduces the amount of moisture that it removes.
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    PS: Remember, if your A/C was running continuous...

    PS: Remember, if your A/C was running continuous when its 106 outside, it wouldn't be able to hold the temp when it was 110 outside, let alone when its 115 outside. It would probably be at least 90...
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    Sometimes, when people on here see someone like...

    Sometimes, when people on here see someone like you say it was 106 yesterday and the A/C only ran for 10 minutes. They don't realize that your still 8 or 10 degrees below your design temp. And that...
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    What are your high temps in summer.

    What are your high temps in summer.
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    In Appache Junction, thats a mild summer day.

    In Appache Junction, thats a mild summer day.
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    Is he a contractor, contractor. Or an employee...

    Is he a contractor, contractor. Or an employee that did this on the side to help out a friend.

    Its possible your old unit was only 2.5 tons.

    Have the air flow slowed down, and the CPH set to...
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