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    Recent installs

    It's been a while since I've posted .....been busy. Here is a Mitsubishi hyper heat and a new construction job that I just finished. The new construction job is almost 3000 square ft with a 26 ' ceiling, spray foam walls. I installed a 40 k furnace with a 2 ton A/C and its been over 90 for weeks. A/C keeps up no problem. The line set was fun... I put that in last between the ducts then turned down a moist bay then don an inside wall and out the pic sleeve you van see in the pic and it has no fittings! All done with my bender and a lot of patience.
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    that's a fair amount of restriction on the air intake. did the analyzer say you needed that much?

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    I would think it should be fully open dont you?

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    It is restricted quite a bit and I had to have the propane co. come back to elevate the press. To 13” before I could get it to burn below 9%. That’s my new Testo in the picture.

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    Beautiful work Jim.
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    Thank you Ken

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    Really nice work. The only thing I don't like is the condensate drain outside. Sticks out like a sore thumb and likely to get broken when someone trips over it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    I would think it should be fully open dont you?
    No. A CA can tell you how much it needs to be restricted to get a more perfect burn and increased efficiency.

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    Do you sell your own jobs and install? I love the return drop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BALloyd View Post
    Really nice work. The only thing I don't like is the condensate drain outside. Sticks out like a sore thumb and likely to get broken when someone trips over it.

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    I agree that visually it is not as nice but I did that to keep the water away from the foundation, as it is the grade pitches toward the house. I piped the drain out to where I feel it will continue away from the house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VonCurry View Post
    Do you sell your own jobs and install? I love the return drop.
    Yes, 1 man company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by perfectionist View Post
    Yes, 1 man company.
    I think small shops do the best work. The large shops suffer from bad managers who put insane pressure on the installers to get it done quickly.

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    This is true but we dont use a lot of propaine in my area execpt in the sticks

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