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  1. #27
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    Quote Originally Posted by voleye View Post
    I understand the complaint is with the contractor, but if I had WF literature saying it had a 10 year p&L warranty then I would be dam sure to get a 10 year p&L with it.
    The literature says "backed by one of the best warranties in the industry" in everything I can find. Can you show me where it states all units come with a 10 year P&L warranty?

    Plenty of other brands say "up to X warranty"

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    The middle of this month I am attending a 3 day class on servicing WF. I don't know a lot about them and thought I would come here and get familiar with them so I don't walk in looking stupid. This is the second thread I've opened and its just like the first.

  3. #29
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    So what.... you don't know much about Geo. You are in a class to learn. There are no stupid questions, only stupid answers. If you don't know what the instructor is discussing ask them to explain.

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  5. #30
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    Water Furnace put on a great seminar. I gathered as much info as I could put my paws on. DVDs and manuals. They're not collecting dust, I'm wearing them out.

  6. #31
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    be sure to check other rationale with one of the very oldest trainings and the likes of the McQuay Geothermal Manual; AR co since 1977 GTHP Contractor's Magz AUG 2004 "...simple" Hydro-Temp com (many firsts and patented Priority) their tech manuals- logic; and Hydron- Enertec of IL and a Climate Master training literature .
    Process cooling: NO COMPRESSORS Earth-Coupled since 1996
    ... however, much still needs to be hybridized energy transfer.

    CLOSED LOOP 2015 listed EER's
    even 49+ now; and "blended from low to high variable speeds" for 32deg.F ~ E-Star

    Perhaps you need a 32F Chiller/HW-Heat: buy a GEO-T Heat Pump (GHP with Heat-Recovery)
    http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?...mal_heat_pumps

    http://www.hydro-temp.com/products.html and Bosch/Carrier and AquasystemsInc.com

  7. #32
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    was cert WF and still fix what others wont with them...
    Process cooling: NO COMPRESSORS Earth-Coupled since 1996
    ... however, much still needs to be hybridized energy transfer.

    CLOSED LOOP 2015 listed EER's
    even 49+ now; and "blended from low to high variable speeds" for 32deg.F ~ E-Star

    Perhaps you need a 32F Chiller/HW-Heat: buy a GEO-T Heat Pump (GHP with Heat-Recovery)
    http://www.energystar.gov/index.cfm?...mal_heat_pumps

    http://www.hydro-temp.com/products.html and Bosch/Carrier and AquasystemsInc.com

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