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  1. #14
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    Was there construction going on for those 2 years?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JCBirney View Post
    Was installed in 2013 and he moved in early 2015. Have no idea who installed it. It looks like a professional job not something done by a home owner. All the sheetmetal piping and wiring is neatly done but they didn't size it right. I'm going over there this morning and get a better look at the duct work.
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    The temperature rise on that furnace should be between 62 degrees to 72 degrees regardless of what the manufacturer states. The blower cfm should be 1300 cfm. If you go by the manufactures specs the furnace would need a blower that is 2500 cfm.


    Yes, you are on the high side. Maybe high speed is needed. If it is a 3T or 3.5T blower it should probably be on High. That is not to say your duct system is undersized. Whatever speed produces the lowest flue temperature is the best speed regardless of Delta T.
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    Check your actual static pressure. Need to move 1235 CFM to be at manufacturers higher listed temp rise.

    It has a four ton blower, so something is blocking a supply or return, or something is dirty. Or, it never really worked right.
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    An out of spec blower motor cap will impact the rise and limit. Check it out.

  6. #19
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    Static pressure...... instead of guessing.

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    TESP and delta P readings are simple 4th grade math so..

    please post 4 single pressure readings

    before the filter
    blower compartment
    under EVAP
    above EVAP.

    taking readings in this fashion really help identify where the issue lies
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    did your brother have a cat that disappeared last year sometime?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdean1 View Post
    What kind of filter? I hate 3M Filtrete.
    I agree that more return can only help.
    Yup, that's what it sounds like. You never said you tried a new, or different filter. You said it looked clean. How about a tabletop humidifer and white water deposits in the white filter material.Those filters look clean but are plugged up in a mater of days sometimes. Whatever, My money's on airflow on return side, measure static pressure.

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    In the right installation,been able to add another filter rack,duct to a convenient location.Done.

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