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    I hope I’m not ruining anything. What movie are those pics from?


    Quote Originally Posted by ga-hvac-tech View Post
    Yes... give it time to settle onto temperature before moving it to the other area (from discharge to ambient, or opposite). Take the outside temp about half way down the outdoor unit, not touching it, and not in the sunshine.

    Let us know what the delta across the outside unit is.
    I did this today. I used the thermometer shown in these pictures:





    I guess the first question is, did I take the temperatures at the correct locations? Intake temp is 89.2, output is 102.4, a delta of 13.2.

    I also re-measured my register delta with this thermometer: intake- 72.1, output at register- 56.8, a delta of 15.3. I’m still losing around 3 degrees from the evap. to the register.

    Thoughts? Suggestions?

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    Hey guys- quick bump. Mainly wanted to know what movie you guys were referencing but would also like some suggestions on my condenser delta posted above. Thanks!

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    Well; installed in 2012 puts them in the 13-SEER category & 410A.
    However; what SEER Rating are they?

    The indoor temp-split is way too low @ 55% indoor RH; should be around probably 17 or 18F..

    Condenser delta of 13.2F also seems a bit low @55% indoor RH.

    Indoor blower CFM should be checked to see where it's at...

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    Quote Originally Posted by udarrell View Post
    Well; installed in 2012 puts them in the 13-SEER category & 410A.
    However; what SEER Rating are they?

    The indoor temp-split is way too low @ 55% indoor RH; should be around probably 17 or 18F..

    Condenser delta of 13.2F also seems a bit low @55% indoor RH.

    Indoor blower CFM should be checked to see where it's at...
    I am not sure- if I post the model numbers could someone tell me where I could find information on the type of system I have?

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    My cousin vinny.

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