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01-27-16, 08:32 AM
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Posted By Keith Weagle

The schematics I have are not that detailed, they...

The schematics I have are not that detailed, they are only a general schematic of each board and and what is on it, not how the circuits interact with each other.

I thought there may be an issue...
01-26-16, 11:23 AM
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Posted By Keith Weagle

Thanks for the input. I originally thought...

Thanks for the input.

I originally thought that it was definitely a software error, but even after swapping both boards, there is no difference in operation. The revision date on the two boards...
01-25-16, 10:49 AM
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Posted By Keith Weagle

I dont have the technical info for 5, but based...

I dont have the technical info for 5, but based on my experience the 12K does still heat well. The 18K nothing much at all at those temps.

Again, I understand these are not top shelf units,...
01-25-16, 06:39 AM
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Posted By Keith Weagle

Here is the AHRI rating for each unit. 12K ...

Here is the AHRI rating for each unit.

12K https://senville.com/certificates/SENA-12HF-AHRI.pdf
18K https://senville.com/certificates/SENA-18HF-AHRI.pdf

The reason I say the 18k indoor fan...
01-23-16, 03:17 PM
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Views: 1,290
Posted By Keith Weagle

Do you know what the surface behind the tiles...

Do you know what the surface behind the tiles are? Drywall? Cement board? If drywall, you may be able to very gently pry it off. It will probably take the surface paper of the drywall with it,...
01-23-16, 11:49 AM
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Views: 1,677
Posted By Keith Weagle

The Manufacture is Senville. To my knowledge...

The Manufacture is Senville. To my knowledge they are made by Daikin and re branded, but not positive. I have the 18k and 12k Aura Series shown at Senville.com

I am well aware that these are not...
01-22-16, 08:24 AM
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Views: 1,677
Posted By Keith Weagle

I have had two techs look at it and did not see...

I have had two techs look at it and did not see where the problem was. Been in contact with the manufacturer and they dont have any answers. They just say to have a tech look at it. Maybe if they...
01-22-16, 06:10 AM
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Views: 1,677
Posted By Keith Weagle

In both cases the outdoor unit is less than 10...

In both cases the outdoor unit is less than 10 feet from the indoor unit. To be clear, these are two completely separate units with their own in door and outdoor unit.
01-20-16, 03:25 AM
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Views: 1,677
Posted By Keith Weagle

Yes, stright up heat pump with no backup elements.

Yes, stright up heat pump with no backup elements.
01-19-16, 06:37 PM
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Views: 1,677
Posted By Keith Weagle

Yes, the 12K is also variable speed. Both units...

Yes, the 12K is also variable speed. Both units are virtually identical except for their BTU rating. They both have the exact same look (except size obviously) and features.
01-19-16, 08:43 AM
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Posted By Keith Weagle

There is potential for it to freeze if it is...

There is potential for it to freeze if it is exposed and full of water. If you have a shutoff for it on the inside, turn that off, and leave the outside spigot open. Drain the water from that line...
01-19-16, 08:39 AM
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Views: 1,677
Posted By Keith Weagle

Mini Split performance issue

I have two mini splits from the same company, one 12k and one 18k. Since the day they were bought the 18k does not perform correctly. I have a friend who bought an 18k at the same time and is...
01-17-16, 06:02 AM
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Views: 1,042
Posted By Keith Weagle

Housing prices vary widely from location to...

Housing prices vary widely from location to location. For example, a turn key Bungalow where I live will go for around $140 sqft. That exact same Bungalow 2 hours away will cost around $300 sqft. ...
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Views: 1,173
Posted By Keith Weagle

You may find this interesting ...

You may find this interesting

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VZKc3PBs67c

As well as this.

Unleash the Power of Your Router!...
01-15-16, 09:23 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 574
Posted By Keith Weagle

I would be more concerned with cleaning the...

I would be more concerned with cleaning the surface than the paint itself. Most likely in a kitchen there will be at least some greasy residue in places. Clean the wall with TSP, make sure nothing...
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Views: 1,173
Posted By Keith Weagle

The fastest and easiest way to do it is to set up...

The fastest and easiest way to do it is to set up a separate router in your dads house and bridge the connection to your current router. I have my shop set up the exact same way, and it works great,...
01-13-16, 01:53 PM
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Posted By Keith Weagle

A block wall does not wick moisture through the...

A block wall does not wick moisture through the wall the same way a solid concrete wall does and is much less of an issue. Regardless, any moisture that does come through can still dry to the top of...
01-13-16, 12:23 PM
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Posted By Keith Weagle

You are right stickshift, but that space must be...

You are right stickshift, but that space must be kept to a minimum. if your studs are more than 1/2" from the wall, you should cut insulation to fit between the studs and wall, or better yet...
01-13-16, 12:01 PM
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Views: 2,251
Posted By Keith Weagle

This is why a vapour barrier is necessary against...

This is why a vapour barrier is necessary against the wall but only below the grade level. Foam insulation will act as your vapour barrier, otherwise you need plastic on the wall. It only goes to...
01-13-16, 11:34 AM
Replies: 12
Views: 2,251
Posted By Keith Weagle

I disagree with the air gap. You dont have to...

I disagree with the air gap. You dont have to have your framing touching the cinderblock, but there must not be any open space between the block and insulation for air to circulate. Ideally your...
01-13-16, 11:29 AM
Replies: 6
Views: 599
Posted By Keith Weagle

The hangers for drop ceiling can be any length...

The hangers for drop ceiling can be any length you want. The reason you never see them less than 3" is because the closer you are to the joists, the harder (maybe impossible) it is to get the...
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Posted By Keith Weagle

This is what you are looking for. ...

This is what you are looking for.

MildewFree by Sashco - Mildew Resistant Caulk & Sealant (http://www.sashco.com/products/mildewfree/)
Forum: Water Heaters
01-11-16, 12:44 PM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,045
Posted By Keith Weagle

You may be right PJ, but that looks like a direct...

You may be right PJ, but that looks like a direct vent heater which would get its combustion air from the chimney vent.
Forum: Water Heaters
01-11-16, 12:11 PM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,045
Posted By Keith Weagle

Interesting. 99% of the water heaters in my area...

Interesting. 99% of the water heaters in my area have both hot and cold lines on top. The cold line has a dip stick in the tank so it is feeding the bottom. The cold feed should always be the...
Forum: Water Heaters
01-11-16, 11:50 AM
Replies: 16
Views: 1,045
Posted By Keith Weagle

Usually, both the hot and cold feeds come out of...

Usually, both the hot and cold feeds come out of the top of the tank. The cold feed line in your picture should be the line going into the tank about two feet from the floor with the 90 degree elbow...
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