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01-25-15, 08:07 AM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Corrosion forming on copper line

Hi, I noticed some corrosion on the refrigerant lines where they first enter through the basement wall, I did not see any corrosion anywhere else either inside or outside. This is a new install,...
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Posted By ronjohnson

Yep it does look like you have a similar setup. ...

Yep it does look like you have a similar setup. I'll look into the duct insulation, but I have to get some other things done first. thanks
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Posted By ronjohnson

Okay that is good to know, thanks. Are you...

Okay that is good to know, thanks. Are you talking about insulating all the other ducts comming off of the oil furnace / heat pump coil ?

Here is the new blower I have, this single blower should...
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Posted By ronjohnson

Here it is, not finished yet, I still need to...

Here it is, not finished yet, I still need to make a cold air return and some other changes I have a nice direct drive blower for the cold air side that I will set up with a filter and duct to...
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Posted By ronjohnson

It is a forced air wood furnace that is about 4...

It is a forced air wood furnace that is about 4 years old. It does not have anything to do with controlling combustion well enough, the information from the furnace lists clearance measurements...
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Posted By ronjohnson

Is there a way to lower the air temp of a duct from a wood stove

Seems like a funny title, here is what I was thinking.. This is just a little side project that I am continually working on. I have a wood furnace with a couple of its own ducts that is separate...
11-22-14, 09:40 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Thank you for the information. What you have...

Thank you for the information. What you have described is in line with what I was thinking. As you mentioned about lifting the roof, I am not, I just want to add extra support. There is a slight...
11-22-14, 05:36 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Add support bracing for roof

Hi, I am going to be working in attic with insulation and while up there I am thinking of adding some extra support for my roof. It is all open in the attic right now. The size is roughly 27' long...
11-17-14, 06:14 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Thanks for the info. Does it look like there...

Thanks for the info. Does it look like there would be any way to do a good job putting the sheet metal in place around the chimney. Given the space to work in and the existing situation, I can only...
11-17-14, 04:03 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Thanks for the reply, I understand that by todays...

Thanks for the reply, I understand that by todays construction it is not right, but I have to work around what is already there. Yes there was a fire way back and can be seen on some of the wood. ...
11-16-14, 06:55 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Ideas on sealing space around chimney

Hi, I am working on my attic and starting with a couple of the larger air leaks first before getting into the rest of it. This is an older house, 2 story with basement. I am wondering what to do...
11-02-14, 07:05 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Just to update, I had a robertshaw rs6110 sitting...

Just to update, I had a robertshaw rs6110 sitting around here, so I set it up to run the heat pump only (its a single stage thermostat) and I have used that for the last couple weeks. The outside...
10-19-14, 09:12 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

I have been reading the manual for the Venstar...

I have been reading the manual for the Venstar T5800, it looks like it may have the settings I am interested in. I was trying to stay away from something with that type of design, but if it has the...
10-19-14, 01:17 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Well I emailed Robertshaw to see if they can...

Well I emailed Robertshaw to see if they can answer my questions I have on that thermostat, will wait for thier reply.

Houston, do you think I might be better off with a separate type of dual fuel...
10-18-14, 08:44 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Thanks for the help. I did see that under the...

Thanks for the help. I did see that under the Equipment Setup menu, I would want the following option selected:
"The Comp. Type allows you to determine how 1st and 2nd stage heat work together....
10-18-14, 06:04 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

The last link you posted I have been studying, ...

The last link you posted I have been studying,
Page 17 Comfort Settings
"1st Stage Differential
is the number of degrees away from the setpoint that the thermostat
allows before it calls for the...
10-18-14, 01:41 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

I was looking at the Robertshaw 9825i2 and here...

I was looking at the Robertshaw 9825i2 and here are a couple quotes from the manual,

"2nd Stage Delay
is a timed delay between 5 and 40 minutes. It is the maximum time 1st stage
equipment tries...
10-18-14, 11:09 AM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Here's my actual equipment info Johnson...

Here's my actual equipment info

Johnson Controls Luxaire THJD24S41S5A heat pump
ECR Olsen BML80B2 oil furnace
Johnson Controls FC35C3XC1A coil
10-18-14, 10:49 AM
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Posted By ronjohnson

The setting on the thermostat itself.

The setting on the thermostat itself.
10-18-14, 10:16 AM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Sorry for the confusion, all I was trying to say...

Sorry for the confusion, all I was trying to say is that the heat pump by itself is a single stage air to air unit.
I think of the heat pump and coil as one unit and then what ever type of...
10-18-14, 09:27 AM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Thank you for the link, when I tried to find it...

Thank you for the link, when I tried to find it all I kept comming up was the older 68-0280.pdf.

To be more clear from my original post, I have a basic single stage air to air heat pump. Also a...
10-17-14, 06:07 PM
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Posted By ronjohnson

Suggest new thermostat for dual fuel system

Hi, I have a rather new heat pump and oil furnace with a honeywell visionpro TH8321R1001 thermostat. My first and main concern is that the new thermostat must have an adjustable temperature...
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