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02-27-16, 01:09 PM
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Posted By warreno

Great, thanks! Since the problem is on the...

Great, thanks! Since the problem is on the cooling side of the cycle, I normally notice that it's a problem when the blower keeps going for 10 or more minutes with cool air coming out of the vents....
02-27-16, 12:05 PM
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Posted By warreno

Okay, so suppose I run the heater and it gets...

Okay, so suppose I run the heater and it gets stuck on again. I shut the power off at the breaker, then disconnect one side of the fan switch. How do I know if the fan switch is the problem vs. the...
02-26-16, 09:04 AM
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Views: 3,902
Posted By warreno

The HVAC guy couldn't verify anything because the...

The HVAC guy couldn't verify anything because the furnace was working properly when he was here. Such is the nature of intermittent problems: they never show up when the repair guy is there!

I...
02-25-16, 02:40 PM
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Views: 3,902
Posted By warreno

Update: New part number found!

Talked to my HOA's property manager, who pointed me to a new HVAC company (http://www.dmgn.com). Their rep told me that the old part# 230925 had changed to 231826. The OEM (Suburban) still doesn't...
02-23-16, 08:03 AM
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Posted By warreno

I was told the part is no longer made. Are you...

I was told the part is no longer made. Are you saying that any 24v relay will do? I've attached the schematics. If you can tell me what to buy, I'll talk to the HVAC guy again.

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02-22-16, 01:43 PM
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Posted By warreno

No luck so far

I had an HVAC pro come out and take a look at my furnace. Even with the owner's manual, he couldn't figure out what was wrong. He thought it might be the relay, but when he contacted Suburban, they...
01-30-16, 04:23 PM
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Posted By warreno

Thanks, I'm pretty sure the thermostat and...

Thanks, I'm pretty sure the thermostat and heating side work fine. It stops heating when it should, just keeps blowing room temperature air long after it should have shut off completely. That part is...
01-30-16, 08:37 AM
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Posted By warreno

Thank you, PJmax and SeattlePioneer! Yes,...

Thank you, PJmax and SeattlePioneer!

Yes, from what I gather, Suburban makes lots of stuff for RVs. The unit I have works well enough, but I guess condo/apartment developers didn't buy them in...
01-29-16, 08:13 AM
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Posted By warreno

Replacement for obsolete ceiling-mounted furnace

Hi all,

I have a 1bd/1ba condo that was built in the late 1980s. It has a Suburban Dynaceil DCF-30GC furnace mounted in the ceiling that circulates hot air through two ducts in the living room,...
03-02-10, 06:26 PM
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Posted By warreno

dang, okay now I'm confused. My friend is not a...

dang, okay now I'm confused. My friend is not a pro, but has done a lot of DIY around his house. I will think about that before I go there. I think I will try giving it another eighth to a quarter...
03-02-10, 01:16 PM
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Posted By warreno

Thanks! It leaks very slowly now (less than a...

Thanks! It leaks very slowly now (less than a teaspoon in six hours) and I didn't use any teflon tape when I installed it. Since it's such a slow leak, a friend at work thinks that might solve it, so...
03-01-10, 11:31 PM
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Posted By warreno

stuck compression ring/supply valve

Hi all,

I messed up trying to replace a leaky supply valve on my toilet. I turned the whole thing several times before I realized it wasn't a threaded fitting, but a compression fitting. So I...
06-02-08, 07:47 AM
Replies: 4
Views: 2,370
Posted By warreno

Thanks, Gunguy45. So now I'm leaning toward 32"...

Thanks, Gunguy45. So now I'm leaning toward 32" doors and ~1" shims for the sides. Anyone else have any input? This is not a priority job and I want to do it right.
06-01-08, 09:11 PM
Replies: 4
Views: 2,370
Posted By warreno

Hi Chandler, Thanks for the welcome...

Hi Chandler,

Thanks for the welcome :thumbup: I actually thought of that, but I live in a 1br/1ba condo, so everything's kind of a focal point :)

Warren
06-01-08, 08:08 PM
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Views: 2,370
Posted By warreno

What size bifold doors?

Hi all,

I have a laundry area I'd like to dress up with some bifold doors. After doing a little research on this site, I can't come up with an answer, so I thought I'd ask here.

The drywalled,...
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