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When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????
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When replacing the outdoor unit, should the indoor unit also be replaced? most of the people have this question in their mind....please share your reviews...Thank You Guys!!!!Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Eric Kjelshus Oct 16.

Let's solve this HVAC quiz!!!
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Answer these three simple problems of your HVAC systems, let's see how much you know your system and its reasons of such problems.Problem 1 - why mold growing near air ducts or on the walls?Problem 2…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Robert Cameron Sep 25.

HVAC - Cooling and Heating Load Reduction
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Common load reduction strategies include:      Tightening your building covering and adding additional insulation to condense leakage.      Installing energy-efficient windows such as ENERGY STAR…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hal Skinner Sep 2.

 

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Eric Kjelshus replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????
"I have taken  a 5 ton coil Air handler and 3 tons of duct work and sealed the home and added R and went back with a 2.5 ton AC system keep the old but in good shape coil and air handler end up with a 15.3 EER with a 15.5 SEER unit.  I used…"
Oct 16
John Proctor replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????
"Hopefully Bob was saying the refrigerant was recovered not: "all gone" into the atmosphere. If you have a R22 unit any replacements will have to be R22 equipment. If you are replacing everything you will be putting in R-410A and the…"
Oct 12
Bob Blanchette replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????
"Refrigerant is all gone once system is opened up. There is ongoing debate about oil compatibility."
Oct 11
Bob Blanchette replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????
"Be sure to check/clean the indoor coil before reusing. Many coils have been in the system for years and are clogged up with dirt. Other than that it's just tubes and fins. If you do the smaller condenser while keeping large coil, check airflow.…"
Oct 11
Daniel Cullen replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????
"What about issues of refrigerant incompatibility? "
Oct 9
John Proctor replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????
"Aaren  Assuming you are talking about a new condensing unit for an AC there are a few of good answers. 1) Yes if the old indoor coil is from a low efficiency unit and was designed for the same size unit as the new outdoor unit. That is the…"
Oct 9
Jim Falakos replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion When replacing outdoor unit, is it necessary to also replace the indoor unit?????
"Are you referring to the furnace or the evaporation coil?"
Oct 9
Aaren Stewart posted a discussion

recplacing outdoor unit the replacing indoor unit is necessity ?????

When replacing the outdoor unit, should the indoor unit also be replaced? most of the people have this question in their mind....please share your reviews...Thank You Guys!!!!See More
Oct 8
Robert Cameron replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion Let's solve this HVAC quiz!!!
"dead bugs, leaves?  I have been doing HVAC service and installs for over 40 years and never ran across that issue at all.  I have seen plugged motors with dust but only noise from them was due to out of balance blower wheels causing…"
Sep 25
Aaren Stewart replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion Let's solve this HVAC quiz!!!
"Here I'm talking about the clogged motor of the unit, blocked motor that makes different sound because of dead bugs, leaves and other debris when inserted in the motor. the sound also strange when the parts of the heating unit gets loosen."
Sep 25
Hal Skinner replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion Let's solve this HVAC quiz!!!
"AAren, On the mold issue.  Is this an exterior wall?  Hopefully not.  How high up on the wall is the register where the mold is growing on the wall?  Is there mold on the bottom 2 to 3 feet of the wall or only around the ducts .…"
Sep 25
Robert Cameron replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion Let's solve this HVAC quiz!!!
"1.  Mold is growing because there is moisture on the walls.  Has nothing to do with HVAC system unless there is a leak on the condensate.  2.  Frozen coil, dirty coil, faulty circuit board, incorrectly sized and designed duct…"
Sep 25
Steven Lewis replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion Let's solve this HVAC quiz!!!
"answer ! - It is a dungeon Answer 2 - it has been placed on part time work so it has lost its incentive to excel. Answer 3 - There is no sound with out a receiver to hear it, there for YOU are weird for hearing it. Honestly,  These are problems…"
Sep 18
Aaren Stewart posted a discussion

Let's solve this HVAC quiz!!!

Answer these three simple problems of your HVAC systems, let's see how much you know your system and its reasons of such problems.Problem 1 - why mold growing near air ducts or on the walls?Problem 2 - why the air conditioning isn't working at full force?Problem 3 - why the heating unit is making a weird noise?See More
Sep 17
Hal Skinner replied to Aaren Stewart's discussion HVAC - Cooling and Heating Load Reduction
"Hi Aaren. Check out the group below.  Some RCCs are very versatile and can be used on anything that can be painted. Some applications are extremely good energy savers. The RCC classroom "
Sep 2
Aaren Stewart posted a discussion

HVAC - Cooling and Heating Load Reduction

Common load reduction strategies include:      Tightening your building covering and adding additional insulation to condense leakage.      Installing energy-efficient windows such as ENERGY STAR qualified windows.      Upgrading lighting systems. Energy-efficient lighting systems produce less heat into conditioned   space than older inefficient technology.      Reducing solar gain in cooling conquered climates, and in cold climates taking steps to boost solar gain.      Selecting proficient…See More
Sep 2

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