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  1. #14
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    The air may have been converted to R22 when it was originally installed. Have your tech check the metering device.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

  2. #15
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    Try a different tech/contractor. A brand/seer difference between outdoor and indoor equipment should not mean poor performance.

    With the high electric bills I would make sure a heating element is not stuck on. This could be determined within seconds of opening the air handler panel. Maybe it's been the problem all along. Whatever it is should have been found by now...
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    What’s your temperature split between a supply register closest to the fan section and the return. Around 20 degree split ( give or take ) is what your looking for... you got many good advice/direction for whomever comes out to check your system.

    Make sure the OD unit gets/got registered as you may get upwards of 10 years parts/compressor on the OD unit. If never registered it will revert to the base 5/5 warranty.

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