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09-18-20, 02:16 PM
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Posted By XSleeper

Glue and pin more wood onto the bottom of the...

Glue and pin more wood onto the bottom of the baseboard then scribe it to the floor.
06-08-20, 09:20 AM
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Views: 300
Posted By Geochurchi

Hi, 14- 3 between 1,2,&3 fixtures. If you use a J...

Hi, 14- 3 between 1,2,&3 fixtures. If you use a J box, 14-3 from switch box, 14-2 from hood fan, 14-2 from kitchen light, your goal is to have a constant feed to fan and kitchen light, Red from the...
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Posted By 57TinkerMan

Since the "right" return air doesn't serve that...

Since the "right" return air doesn't serve that room or any other you can block it off. Your system will operate as it always has with a slight improvement from you removing the plastic from the...
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Posted By 57TinkerMan

If the room shown in the picture is where you...

If the room shown in the picture is where you need the R/A the easiest thing to do would be to install a floor return grille. You can install it anywhere in the joist space left or right to minimize...
03-22-20, 10:31 PM
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Views: 647
Posted By D.T. HVAC Guy

You are overthinking things. The furnace will sit...

You are overthinking things. The furnace will sit there doing nothing until the thermostat tells it to do something. The exception is if you have the fan set to "on" as opposed to "auto". You will...
03-20-20, 11:23 AM
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Views: 647
Posted By D.T. HVAC Guy

On your old Carrier Infinity it was possible to...

On your old Carrier Infinity it was possible to discern the the heating stages by their sound. On a furnace with a modulating gas valve this is hard to do, as the changes in operation are seamless....
03-19-20, 07:25 PM
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Posted By user 10

I don't think yours supports the modulating stat....

I don't think yours supports the modulating stat.

The circuit board handles controlling output as said before.

When recovering from set back, will initially take a while to get up to high fire.
03-18-20, 06:59 PM
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Views: 647
Posted By PJmax

The link below is the service manual for you...

The link below is the service manual for you furnace. Read page 40.
SECTION X: NORMAL OPERATION AND DIAGNOSTICS
It explains the operation of the heating system in detail.

York TP9C manual...
03-18-20, 02:55 PM
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Posted By user 10

York modulating furnaces can only be set up for...

York modulating furnaces can only be set up for single stage thermostat.

The stat just signals heat is required and the board determines what firing rate to run at depending on previous cycle...
01-17-20, 04:02 AM
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Views: 310
Posted By Geochurchi

Hi, I donít see any advantage of a sub panel,...

Hi, I donít see any advantage of a sub panel, drywall will still need to be removed for sure , you could put a flush mounted junction box on either side of the proposed door opening, cut the cables...
01-16-20, 05:40 AM
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Posted By joed

The room is finished but you will need to cut...

The room is finished but you will need to cut access to run the new feeder. The same access is needed to just move the cables.

Permit is for sure required from ESA.
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Views: 1,064
Posted By PJmax

That appears to be Frigidaire/Electrolux built...

That appears to be Frigidaire/Electrolux built unit only available in Canada. The C970 is the group model number. I don't have a lot of service info available but in the link below is the wiring...
Replies: 3
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Posted By pugsl

Do you have hardwood or carpets on floor ? On...

Do you have hardwood or carpets on floor ? On second floor I would not chance a repair of that part. I remember there was a valve or pin of some sort in hose near dispenser. Been retired 5+ years so...
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Views: 265
Posted By PJmax

The wiring inside a fixture has been approved for...

The wiring inside a fixture has been approved for that use.
It is smaller than it's external counterpart but carries a high heat insulation rating.
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Views: 265
Posted By Marq1

I dont think that is abnormal, they just slide...

I dont think that is abnormal, they just slide into the fixtures and the tension of the bulbs hold in place.

No need to change wire gauge!
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