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10-28-12, 08:58 PM
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Posted By JPicasso

Well, it appears that it was a plugged orifice. ...

Well, it appears that it was a plugged orifice. And let me say, that with out that, water goes everywhere. everywhere.

So after I dried off the humidifier, the side of the furnace and myself, I...
10-28-12, 07:43 PM
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Views: 1,167
Posted By JPicasso

Okay those manual links were very helpful. The...

Okay those manual links were very helpful.
The junction box I was talking about was the W8900A-C remote module.

I took your advice and did not just start touching random wires to each other.
...
10-28-12, 01:41 PM
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Views: 1,167
Posted By JPicasso

TStat model is Honeywell PC8900. there are 4...

TStat model is Honeywell PC8900.
there are 4 wires coming in from the wall. Suspect they are 1,2,3,4.

I have not been able to locate anything that would be the [Y1] and [C] wires.
Any idea what...
10-28-12, 09:11 AM
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Views: 1,167
Posted By JPicasso

Well, now I read on the inside cover that the...

Well, now I read on the inside cover that the flashing indicates normal operation. Yes, I think it's the diagnostic light.

I'm gong to check voltages and get the Tstat model.
10-28-12, 09:04 AM
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Views: 1,167
Posted By JPicasso

hvactechfw: Several places it indicates that...

hvactechfw: Several places it indicates that flashing led indicates test mode. Model is AprilAire 760. The led I'm referring to is under a snap-off cover on the board where the wires are attached. ...
10-28-12, 08:07 AM
Replies: 12
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Posted By JPicasso

Humidifier stuck in test mode

Hey all,

Having trouble getting my AprilAire 760 to run.

New home and previous owners obviously did not use the humidifier, (or I hope they didn't based on how that filter looked) So, it's...
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Posted By JPicasso

Nevermind. We have a vista 10SE. I'll...

Nevermind.

We have a vista 10SE.

I'll start a new thread.
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Views: 844
Posted By JPicasso

Ademco re-fit

Hello,

We purchased a home that had/has an ademco system installed. It used to be covered by ADT. We never received any manuals or code for the system because the purchase was through a holding...
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Posted By JPicasso

Require access door?

We have an attached garage.
We recently did a bit of remodeling and now what was the "walk-in" entrance to the garage is the walk-in entrance to the mud room.

The garage does not have any other...
02-27-09, 11:19 AM
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Views: 38,869
Posted By JPicasso

I think the ditra installation calls for...

I think the ditra installation calls for UNmodified thinset under it.
(stress "I think")
From your OP, it appears that you switched the versabond with the custom blend.

Versabond is a good...
01-27-09, 01:14 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 1,242
Posted By JPicasso

I am not a pro, but here's my understanding of...

I am not a pro, but here's my understanding of the breakdown.

Versabond is your "general use" latex modified thinset This will work for your application.

Flexbond is like a extra-modified...
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Posted By JPicasso

Did you end up cutting a hole in the plywood? ...

Did you end up cutting a hole in the plywood?

An easier solution might be to just nail some trim pieces around the 3x6 plexiglass. Kind a like a door frame. That way you'd have a few inches to...
07-11-08, 10:48 AM
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Posted By JPicasso

I'm just an average Joe, but since you are...

I'm just an average Joe, but since you are blowing a fuse, it is probably a problem with the compressor.

However, replacing the capacitor would only set you back $30, so I'd do that first.
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07-10-08, 09:33 AM
Replies: 11
Views: 2,535
Posted By JPicasso

What you have here is a people problem, not an AC...

What you have here is a people problem, not an AC problem.

If it's not cooling, and your landlord won't fix it, it's time to get a lawyer or a new place to rent.

Brush up on your states renters...
07-09-08, 08:24 AM
Replies: 2
Views: 1,492
Posted By JPicasso

The problem might be that if you close off the...

The problem might be that if you close off the larger vents, the blower motor will have more resistance to force the air down to the bedrooms. So it will have to work harder, and shorten it's...
07-08-08, 05:32 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,544
Posted By JPicasso

Problem was wire from AC contactor had come loose...

Problem was wire from AC contactor had come loose before I replaced the board. I saw a loose white colored wire and just assumed it belonged on a terminal marked "W".

After checking voltages...
07-07-08, 05:23 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,544
Posted By JPicasso

So I wake up and have a "duh" moment. The...

So I wake up and have a "duh" moment.

The 240 does not activate the relay, the low-voltage wires do.
Took me a night's rest to chew on that one.

So, I guess I'd better check that the wires...
07-06-08, 06:59 PM
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Views: 1,544
Posted By JPicasso

So I go to size my Cap to see what I need to pick...

So I go to size my Cap to see what I need to pick up, and I figure I might as well double check that power is getting to the outside unit.
Turns out, it's the relay. I'm getting 220 on one side and...
07-02-08, 06:08 AM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,544
Posted By JPicasso

I'll do that: replace the outside cap. ...

I'll do that: replace the outside cap.

However, I'm still concerned about the humming sounds I get from the inside blower motor when the heat/cool is "off" and the fan is set to "auto".
Seems to...
07-01-08, 07:50 PM
Replies: 5
Views: 1,544
Posted By JPicasso

AC woes, starting to warm up...

Problem with AC

We had a power outage a while back and now my ac is flakey. This outage killed the relay on my fridge, so it wasn't pretty.
At first, the blower motor would not shut off after...
Replies: 4
Views: 2,352
Posted By JPicasso

I verified it by purchasing a new one. :) ...

I verified it by purchasing a new one. :)

Neither the one I purchased now, or last November works. Neither has any sign of overt damage.

Thanks for the diagram, I had forgotten there were...
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Views: 2,352
Posted By JPicasso

2001 Grand Am, AC Blower not working.

Last November I replaced the Blower motor AND the Blower motor resistor. Two days ago, the blower quit working again (no speeds work). I verified that the blower works on 12V and that the blower...
01-09-07, 10:01 AM
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Posted By JPicasso

Give the neighbors high school son $40 to hump it...

Give the neighbors high school son $40 to hump it up the hill and into the trash.

Seriously.

Otherwise, small batches. Maybe a box or two on one of those plastic sleds?
01-08-07, 07:30 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 1,319
Posted By JPicasso

We got our son a play kitchen for Christmas, it...

We got our son a play kitchen for Christmas, it came with a stainless steel bowl that just sits in an appropriatly sized hole in the wood counter.
The "faucet" is just an upsidedown shaped "J"...
12-29-06, 05:53 AM
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Views: 1,047
Posted By JPicasso

As long as you have the wall ripped open, I would...

As long as you have the wall ripped open, I would look at replacing as much of the galvanized as possible. It will eventually corrode from the inside and give you trouble.

AFAIK, it is not a...
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