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Thread: Horizontal A coil positioning Goodman two piece

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    Horizontal A coil positioning Goodman two piece

    Hey so I have a Goodman CHPF3743C6 two piece coil with a MVBC01600AA series blower attached.

    Honestly have never installed a Goodman two piece before, the company I work for we install carriers. I work on a coast guard base and most of the installs are basically the same.

    Its a horizontal right position but the Top of the A would be facing the return air plenum

    return Air> coil > to blower> supply

    Can you install this with the top of the A facing the return or will this create a restriction or send condensate into the blower/ electrical cabinet. I always know it were air had to flow through the bottom or opened part of the A coil.

    Thanks

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    What does the install manual say?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pecmsg View Post
    What does the install manual say?
    It doesn't say anything, you have to read it. 😃

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    It doesn't say anything, you have to read it. ��
    Then it shouldn't matter?

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    If it's two piece what's preventing him from rotating it 180 ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    If it's two piece what's preventing him from rotating it 180 ?
    As long as the drain pan stays on the bottom!

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    Quote Originally Posted by pecmsg View Post
    As long as the drain pan stays on the bottom!

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    Maybe it's going in outer space 🤔

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    It says bi directional no conversion needed

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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC Guy7 View Post
    It says bi directional no conversion needed
    👍🏻

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    Quote Originally Posted by HVAC Guy7 View Post
    It says bi directional no conversion needed
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