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  1. #1
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    Return air matters.

    Much better, and I didn't touch the supply.
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    Nicely done. Was the before static with the 1” filter in place?


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    A big part was knowing that the return was the problem to start with. Nice looking work.
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    Why is it always a Carrier?

    Great job. It kinda looks like the supply could use some of your help or is it not that bad?

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    Quote Originally Posted by billg View Post
    Return air matters.
    I smell a new t-shirt w/slogan...

    Nice Job!!
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    Yes, a new one.
    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    Nicely done. Was the before static with the 1” filter in place?


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    It's a rental and it is now less than .5, plus they weren't excited to spend what they already spent. The furnace is oversized (I recommend a new correctly sized one) so this is it...
    Quote Originally Posted by BNME8EZ View Post
    Why is it always a Carrier?

    Great job. It kinda looks like the supply could use some of your help or is it not that bad?

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    Adding that 4” probably fixed most the issue. Good work. Looks good!


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    Quote Originally Posted by gravity View Post
    Adding that 4” probably fixed most the issue. Good work. Looks good!


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    It would be interesting to know which has a greater affect, the 4" at the bottom or the funnel at the top.

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    I thought of doing a test to see which makes more of a difference, I'll have to do it when I have more time.


    Quote Originally Posted by BNME8EZ View Post
    It would be interesting to know which has a greater affect, the 4" at the bottom or the funnel at the top.
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    Looks good as usual. Top notch. I can’t recall the last time I have been able to do an install in a basement. It’s been 24” closets and crawl spaces for the past few years.

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    That system had a hypertension problem, you saved its kidneys. Nice job!

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