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Try the https://www.avsforum.com/forum ...

Try the https://www.avsforum.com/forum maybefind the answer there
05-13-19, 07:19 AM
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Heatpump Capacitor Question

Replaced the capacitor on my 8 yr old heatpump (it was still working) as a preventative measure because it seems caps and contactors are common problems.
BUT, the new (no name brand) one I bought...
05-12-19, 08:22 AM
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installed a new capictor and unit is running....

installed a new capictor and unit is running. Thanks
05-11-19, 12:15 PM
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Update: outside fans turns on again after a while...

Update: outside fans turns on again after a while and you can hear the compressor hum for about 5 seconds then stop.
05-11-19, 08:19 AM
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Thermal Lockout

Bryant 265ANA048 Heatpump installed in 2008
Running in AC mode everything good until last night. Woke up to warm house this morning.
Took cover off the outside unit and was getting code 82...
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Try to get the same color mortar that was used...

Try to get the same color mortar that was used previously. You may have to go to a brick supplier to get what you need, big box stores only carry a small sample of whats available.
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Looking at the picture, there seems to be a wet...

Looking at the picture, there seems to be a wet spot on the floor under the pressure tank. Possibly the tank is failing?
01-15-19, 09:40 AM
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Ballast Resistor

If the wiring is not original make sure there is a ballast resistor in the wire going to the points. Old cars had them on the firewall and if it was bypassed it would melt the points after a short...
01-10-19, 06:47 PM
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In my area many companys are using "directional...

In my area many companys are using "directional drilling" to install new water,gas and even sewer lines. You only need to dig where it starts and ends. You may want to check on that option. Possibly...
12-17-18, 04:50 PM
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Air compressor motor wont start

Older (30 yrs) compressor was being used and suddenly tripped the breaker when trying to start. Motor humms loudly and while humming you can't move the pulley. When you unplug the unit the pulley...
12-03-18, 06:14 PM
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You may try using a tiny screwdriver to spread...

You may try using a tiny screwdriver to spread open the male pins on the board connector. Try that before ordering a new board.
10-20-18, 08:59 AM
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Outside unit draws more amps in heat mode

10 yr old Bryant 265ANA048 condenser. When in cool mode unit draws 10.25 amps, when in heat mode 14 amps. Is this something I should be concerned about? Just got a clamp on meter so I've never...
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If the compressor clutch kicks in and is turning,...

If the compressor clutch kicks in and is turning, one of the lines coming from the compressor should be very cold. If not, probably low on freon.
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I would start by looking up CertainTeeds' website...

I would start by looking up CertainTeeds' website and finding out anything relating to the installation instructions for that product. Such as the amount of overlap at seams and edge terminations.
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Look on youtube for "replacing shingles that blew...

Look on youtube for "replacing shingles that blew off". That will give you an idea of how its done, watch a few of them. There shouldn't be any nail heads visible when you are finished. Let us know...
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Smooth wall PVC will flow much more water than...

Smooth wall PVC will flow much more water than the corrugated design, during heavy downpours. The corrugated is easier to install but why not do everything possible to correct your problems the 1st...
06-19-18, 10:04 AM
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Since you had every breaker off EXCEPT stove...

Since you had every breaker off EXCEPT stove and Refrig when the FPL people checked, I would suspect one of those 2 circuits. Circuit board in the refridge keeping the defrost on or bad switch on...
05-18-18, 07:50 AM
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Finally installed the pressure regulator valve,...

Finally installed the pressure regulator valve, works great! I did have to install a expansion tank as recommended. Biggest problem was the incoming line from the street was directly behind the water...
03-29-18, 03:01 PM
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Sizing a Pressure reducing valve

My water pressure fluctuates between 75 and 95psi in about 15 seconds during the day. No water running in the house. You can hear the water heater popping as it expands and contracts. I'm tired of...
02-26-18, 07:29 PM
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My experience

I have a trilevel house with a 2 stage gas furnace and a variable speed blower. The furnace is on the lower level of the two story section. The thermostat is on the middle level at the far end of...
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You can find a example at: guttersupply.com ...

You can find a example at: guttersupply.com They are called: K style T bar hanger They probably have them at a local roofing supply store, but not at some of the big box stores.
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EPDM rubber is easy to work with. Clean it well,...

EPDM rubber is easy to work with. Clean it well, use the proper adhesive. Look online for videos showing different installations. You can buy epdm at garden centers where they sell it for pond...
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A few pictures would help us see what you want to...

A few pictures would help us see what you want to do
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Go to your local home supply store, get a 4'...

Go to your local home supply store, get a 4' piece of copper pipe and the fittings to attach it to a garden hose. Use a hammer to flatten the open end so the water is really squirting. Turn the...
08-05-17, 07:35 AM
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Posted By 4135V

Burned neutral at Air handler

Came home to no air conditioning. Took cover off inside unit to check for voltage.
When poking around wires in covered box where 120v enters got a spark. Then turned off breaker and got a...
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