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    Quote Originally Posted by doc havoc View Post
    I see holes on either side of the air filter on the old unit. Did you by chance take TESP readings before you did the change out? How much of the duct did you modify? Looks fantastic!
    Yes. Before static was .7” with a new filter, I thought I would of been much worse. But once I started removing all the tiles to seal the ductwork I found a lot of massive holes. The people who finished the basement took off the registers that were cut into the trunk and didn’t cover the holes.


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    That is beautiful! Your customer will be very comfortable.
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    Looks great. I don't see any installs of that quality around here. Its inspiring to see.

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    Whats the three tube manometer for?


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    Beautiful work as always. Love the Payne equipment. Keep fighting the good fight...you make every home you step into better. Customers most love you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Core_d View Post
    Whats the three tube manometer for?


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    I see a Testo 510 which is a 2 port.

    Maybe you are seeing the reflection in the shinny duct!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pacnw View Post
    I see a Testo 510 which is a 2 port.

    Maybe you are seeing the reflection in the shinny duct!!
    Yep that what it was lol



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    Quote Originally Posted by Core_d View Post
    Yep that what it was lol



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    Lol I was wondering what you meant. I’ve never heard of a three port manometer.


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    Is that a typical condenser leveling technique in your area?

    All Ive ever seen is gravel below the poly pad, concrete, or angle brackets.

    Also, is this all just side work? Since your working at a distributor.

    Nice work!


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    Install Looks great! We rep Bryant at our shop as well so this is all great to see!

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    You should have made your yellow eztrap sticker crooked like the rest of the stickers on that coil. Im super OCD, so i would have taken the stickers off and realigned the ones that were needed.

    Job looks sweet. Homeowner will be happy


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