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06-25-22, 03:37 AM
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Posted By Axminster

They're not. Lennox was no help in this matter....

They're not. Lennox was no help in this matter. All they wanted was for me to buy the S3 and have it installed by a Lennox dealer.

Tstat was repaired by Radwell International at their St Charles,...
06-24-22, 05:26 PM
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Posted By Axminster

It took awhile but I was actually able to have...

It took awhile but I was actually able to have this thermostat repaired.

I had to send it back after the first repair attempt because it continued to exhibit some of the same bad behavior.

It...
05-31-22, 11:55 AM
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Views: 509
Posted By Axminster

<strike>Are any of these communicating...

<strike>Are any of these communicating thermostats?

Lennox ComfortSense 7500, ComfortSense 5500 and ComfortSense 3000.</strike> See below.

Lennox customer service says they will probably work...
05-30-22, 09:47 PM
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Posted By Axminster

I'm going to have to get something pretty...

I'm going to have to get something pretty quickly.

I intend to call Lennox again and try to talk to someone a little more knowledgeable.

But it looks like I will have to pay through the nose....
05-26-22, 08:26 AM
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Views: 509
Posted By Axminster

Geo Sorry. I wish I could help you but...

Geo

Sorry. I wish I could help you but that's as good a pic as I can provide at this time.

I described it in my previous reply. What can I tell you? What do you need to see?
05-25-22, 09:08 AM
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Posted By Axminster

Help? No. They sent me a list of local Lennox...

Help? No. They sent me a list of local Lennox dealers. What kind of help were you thinking of? Maybe I should call back.

I presume single stage in both cases.

Can I use...
05-24-22, 08:03 AM
Replies: 18
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Posted By Axminster

I have checked and re-checked the control voltage...

I have checked and re-checked the control voltage and it is constant at 23.8v.

I contacted Lennox at that 800 number but the tstat is out of warranty.

So I guess I need a new...
05-22-22, 11:00 AM
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Views: 509
Posted By Axminster

Thermostat loses, then regains 24v power

I have a Lennox furnace, A/C and controls which were installed new in early 2016. The thermostat is a 10F81.

Two days ago I noticed that the tstat did not "wake up" when touched. It would not...
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Posted By Axminster

Been meaning to follow up on this. I...

Been meaning to follow up on this.

I removed the shower head and noticed a distinct difference in pressure at fully open. I didn't really fool with the shower head itself but one of the old...
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Posted By Axminster

Good point and good suggestion. I will look into...

Good point and good suggestion. I will look into this.
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Posted By Axminster

I had to shut off the whole house. I did not...

I had to shut off the whole house. I did not flush the lines. I notice no decrease in flow at the sink just a few feet from the shower.

The pressure in the shower is adequate. I hope I didn't give...
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Posted By Axminster

Delta single handle shower control

The control in question has been in use for more than 25 years. It is the type which uses a stainless steel ball with a rhombus shaped stem.

Recently while adjusting the water temperature...
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Posted By Axminster

It will be the plastic octagon. Saw them at the...

It will be the plastic octagon. Saw them at the local hardware when I bought the lampholders.
07-26-15, 03:28 PM
Replies: 13
Views: 1,072
Posted By Axminster

Points were definitely burned in the old...

Points were definitely burned in the old contactor. I could give the new contactor info but since I have decided to replace the unit it's a moot point.
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Posted By Axminster

Good info, Ray. The pics really help. That clears...

Good info, Ray. The pics really help. That clears things up in a big way.

Thanks
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Posted By Axminster

Let me see if I have this, Brian. I had a...

Let me see if I have this, Brian.

I had a look inside the switch enclosure. As you would expect, there's a hot wire from the circuit breaker to the switch and that continues from the switch to...
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Posted By Axminster

Still need a little help here. I have received...

Still need a little help here. I have received good advice but I need a quick step by step.

Going out from the switch can I leave the first outlet box as is? I think this is what I was told. I...
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Posted By Axminster

Ray Thanks for responding. ...

Ray

Thanks for responding.





The real answer is, I don't yet understand what I am doing. But the fog is starting to lift.
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Posted By Axminster

Larry Thanks for the fast reply. I...

Larry

Thanks for the fast reply.

I think I have not been clear.

I do want to remove the outlets and replace them with the porcelain lampholders. And I absolutely want to be in...
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Posted By Axminster

Keyless lampholder question

I hope I can explain this properly.

Part of my basement lighting is on a switched circuit (regular old wall switch) that consists of four cheapo looking but quite usable AC outlets (blue plastic...
07-25-15, 07:27 AM
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Views: 1,072
Posted By Axminster

I would definitely replace the furnace. It is...

I would definitely replace the furnace. It is ancient but it has not been used for heat for more than twenty years. Just as an air handler for the AC. I have always thought that when I finally get...
07-24-15, 07:55 PM
Replies: 13
Views: 1,072
Posted By Axminster

Well, that pretty much settles it. No sense in...

Well, that pretty much settles it. No sense in beating a dead horse.

I will still have a look at that control wiring. I assume it could still be used with a modern unit. Or am I wasting my time...
07-24-15, 04:50 PM
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Views: 1,072
Posted By Axminster

Bob Thanks for responding. After...

Bob

Thanks for responding.

After Pete's reply I wondered if I might have two different problems.

I believe I can determine which wires run between the outside unit and the furnace. I...
07-24-15, 11:28 AM
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Views: 1,072
Posted By Axminster

So, in theory, low refrigerant might be the cause...

So, in theory, low refrigerant might be the cause of the problem.

But if the refrigerant is low or on the edge, would it cool? Because, as I said earlier, when I force it to run it cools pretty...
07-24-15, 04:55 AM
Replies: 13
Views: 1,072
Posted By Axminster

I don't know what a packaged unit is so I am...

I don't know what a packaged unit is so I am unable to answer that. But, yeah, a couple of other people (who have not been much help) seem surprised that the relay is 240v to 24v and is outside....
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