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Oh, then yes I had that done last summer. That's...

Oh, then yes I had that done last summer. That's when I found out that my supply trunk was too large and has too many registers for my system. The HVAC guy suggested reducing some of the branches...
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No. What is a manual D?

No. What is a manual D?
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The equipment is properly sized (per my heat gain...

The equipment is properly sized (per my heat gain study last summer), but all of my returns are on one side of the house and are within 10 feet of each other. I was considering blocking one off and...
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Just curious. Why should there not be return in...

Just curious. Why should there not be return in the kitchen?

I was considering putting a return in our kitchen ceiling because that part of the house gets very hot in the summer. The kitchen,...
02-17-08, 08:50 PM
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It is a bad thing because you would have to...

It is a bad thing because you would have to stretch the carpet to put it back in place. There is a repair kit that allows you to screw right through the carpet and then break off the screw below the...
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Sounds like the head gasket. It has been a very...

Sounds like the head gasket. It has been a very common problem on the Neons.
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It could be the gas cap. Not tight enough or...

It could be the gas cap. Not tight enough or needs to be replaced. Tighten the cap, erase the code and see if it comes back.
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It could also be the oxygen sensor(s).

It could also be the oxygen sensor(s).
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I did not know that. I am a Mopar man myself and...

I did not know that. I am a Mopar man myself and it still works on all the current year Mopars. Sorry for the misinformation.
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You can also disconnect your negative (-) battery...

You can also disconnect your negative (-) battery cable for about 30 minutes. That will reset all of the codes.
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With those codes it could be any of the...

With those codes it could be any of the following: MAP sensor, oxygen sensor, throttle position sensor, fuel filter or fuel pressure regulator.
08-18-07, 12:02 PM
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Any help with websites that have equipment which...

Any help with websites that have equipment which lists sensible & latent gains?
Thanks.
08-17-07, 07:03 PM
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I push the mounds back down and wait to see when...

I push the mounds back down and wait to see when they pop up again. When I see a raised area, I stick the hose (water) in there and the mole usually pops out of the ground. Then he meets the...
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If you are going to glue, then the glue actually...

If you are going to glue, then the glue actually goes in the groove side of the wood. The glue is very messy and somewhat time consuming.

A "floating" floor does just that. It "floats" on the...
08-17-07, 03:02 PM
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Jay -- most of the basement is finished, but I...

Jay -- most of the basement is finished, but I could possible damper a few ducts that are on the east side of the house. Also, I purchased HVAC-Calc 4.0 and the results show a total heat gain of...
08-16-07, 08:30 AM
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Well the technician just left. It turns out that...

Well the technician just left. It turns out that my ductwork install was done incorrectly (7 1/2 years ago). He checked the freon and both the indoor and outdoor units. Everything appears to be...
08-15-07, 09:00 AM
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Just to clarify my main level is about 1700 sq....

Just to clarify my main level is about 1700 sq. ft. and the basement has 900-1000 sq. ft. finished. All of the free online calculators that I have done say anywhere from 4-5 tons. I guess I will...
08-15-07, 06:23 AM
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I am in Illinois. The houses on either side of...

I am in Illinois. The houses on either side of me are similar in size and have the same amount of windows. One has the same furnace with a 3 ton compressor the other has the exact same system as...
08-14-07, 06:31 PM
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Posted By danhalen

Exclamation New system questions

I'm considering getting a new/more efficient central air and furnace. I live in the Midwest (it's been around 100o lately).

My house is 7 years old, ranch, finished walkout basement (approx....
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