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    Air don't care

    155k btu 5 ton furnace
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    Ya, I see that crap all the time. At least it wasn't an "N" coil .

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    what year was that evaporator? It has been a good while since i have seen a cap tube coil.

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    Whoa..and that sh*t worked fine?

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    Is that working to the desired levels ? I can see a lot of rust in some of the areas..

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    Was TESP over 2iwc?

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    What's the problem? The coil is clean.......
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    @DOGBOY I think you're seeing distributor lines, not cap tube. The plastic condensate pan tells me the coil isn't too old.
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    The problem probably isn’t the coil. That is probably sized right - perhaps by mistake.

    The problem is likely the furnace. From the looks of it, he could heat the whole neighborhood with that thing.


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    My bigger question is whats up with the gas line?

    Looks like it converts to flex and is shoved into the return duct.


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    Quote Originally Posted by heatingman View Post
    My bigger question is whats up with the gas line?

    Looks like it converts to flex and is shoved into the return duct.


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    Gas is disconnected, was in the middle of swapping the unit out, saw how they mounted the coil and took the picture then

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    Quote Originally Posted by doc havoc View Post
    @DOGBOY I think you're seeing distributor lines, not cap tube. The plastic condensate pan tells me the coil isn't too old.
    dude where is the piston or TXV? that is a capillary tube metering device. The big thing that the capillary's come out of is a manifold and has little BB's in it as a drier to keep moisture out of the capillary tubes. That is older than 1992.

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    It's more monster than machine

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