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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC2/21/2014, 3:17 PM

    The Adiabatic flame temperature of natural gas is 3562°F, the adiabatic flame temperature of wood is 3596°F, for propane its 4338°F. Its not the temp of the flame itself. Its...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC2/20/2014, 3:36 PM

    Was that a question? If so: Ya, you could if you're checking out. Who said close the damper? or "garage door"? What am I missing? A wood burning fireplace has a chimney, a...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC2/20/2014, 3:11 PM

    Then Widder..... I suggest you learn the proper english useage of quotation marks and capitalization,....especially before you pretend to know a little about proofreading, and...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC2/19/2014, 6:36 AM

    Can't you just put the gas line, and fake logs into the existing box and call it done? Burn the gas logs in the existing fireplace?and can't you warm up your car in the garag...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC1/31/2014, 5:08 AM

    There is the low pressure thing. I don't see any reason to energize the a/c over the winter. It's not like they system is a donkey carrying a bad of coffee beans to the marke...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC1/21/2014, 3:54 AM

    I have been curious for a while about the actual cost for HVAC units. I am a builder. I have received 3 bids for a home and the range of the bids is unreal (varies up to 90% for...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC1/9/2014, 3:07 AM

    Not worth starting a new thread... What about the quality of "Carrier" heat pumps? As I'm to have one installed soon.it ALL depends on the quality of the installation and the at...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC1/7/2014, 4:24 AM

    Sorry guys, thanks for all the replies, I've been working. I got the invoice. It's a 70k Dave Lennox signature 98% modulating. $540 wifi thermostat. $1700 for a Lennox Pure A...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC1/7/2014, 3:20 AM

    New furnaces are physically much smaller then older furnaces were. A new 120,000 BTU input 98% efficient furnace is only about 1/2 the physical size height of a 30 year old 80,0...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC1/6/2014, 4:15 AM

    I know it might get cold in. Alaska, but, running pvc pipe shouldn't be that much more difficult. Most clientss don't introduce furnace replacement when things break down. That...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC1/6/2014, 3:24 AM

    how do we know that the contractor even knew of the situation and conditions. Maybe to buyer was trying to keep everything professional and not involve personal life. And while ...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC12/28/2013, 5:05 AM

    We've been remodeling our house for the last couple of years and I think I jumped the gun a little bit when I bought a new HVAC system 3 years ago. Never installed it, but now ...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC12/12/2013, 4:04 AM

    I would be glad to give the model number. If you find something, major props: 585Epo42100-H It's a BDP (carrier) about 1985. As for the ignition, the problem isn't within t...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC12/12/2013, 3:55 AM

    I have installed old furnace in garage temped it first ran fine While setting permanent tipped it and broke inducer motor Installed new one now I'm getting rapid flashing or po...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC12/12/2013, 3:51 AM

    Actually, most manufacturers state that the warranty is valid to the original purchaser of the equipment, and, it is non-transferable. Forgot about that. And it may be a lot low...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC12/10/2013, 6:26 AM

    no Flash.... Just sharing some priceless moments with you guys,,,,,:thumbsup: that's what life is all about..... B,:thumbsup: One time I was installing an air conditioner in a c...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC12/9/2013, 1:12 AM

    Those heat exchangers were bullet proof.ya I heard the government was thinking of buying them up to store spend uranium rods in. Haha

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC12/8/2013, 4:51 PM

    Frequently outfits will find a crack in the heat exchanger, and fail to inform them of the heat exchanger warranty. What I find frustrating is how few supply houses actually ca...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC12/8/2013, 3:55 AM

    Well the unit was replaced and charged to the homeowner. Not just labor but labor and the new unit. It was replaced by a new company in town and I know that it has happened to s...

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    HVAC1000Posted new reply in HVAC12/8/2013, 3:37 AM

    It was leaking freon somewhere and said it couldnt be fixed. They old unit was hauled off by the hvac guys. I've had a few of those that were 3 years old this summer and I calle...

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