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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    That would be a broken return.

    Plus 1 on Broken Return ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by craig1 View Post
    If your return is sucking in 130 degree attic air the suction pressure will be so high that the saturated temp will be above the ambiant dew point.
    LOL all our duct work is in a basement, generally, a nice cool basement, with lots of room to walk around in.
    PANIC
    Rarely works

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    Sounds like My Basement ..

    I Hate Florida - Burn Outs !

    Too Much Sun !



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    Quote Originally Posted by QualityAssure View Post
    Sounds like My Basement ..

    I Hate Florida - Burn Outs !

    Too Much Sun !


    You sure it's not electrically related?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC_Marc View Post
    You sure it's not electrically related?
    Brraaa Haaaa LOL

    Probably a Brick Home and Another one drilled through the Lower Membrane that Collects all the Water in the Brick Wall
    to Wick it away . . .

    We All know No one does that , Right -- Aaahhh _ LOL


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    You asked a simple, non-technical question with the only qualifier being Hot & Humid. This is the types of question that needs temeratures, pressures, SH, SC, etc.. . If all things are working properly, yes, the suction line temperature on a hot & humid day should be below the dew point virtually every time. If it is not most of the causes for a dry suction line are caused by a deficiency in the system

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