I can answer questions on gas or electric furnaces, ac units and heat pumps. I don't work on boilers,chillers,or home appliances.
I have been in the HVAC trade for over 35 years. For the past 15 years I have owned my own business. I am semi-retired so I can answer questions in a timely manner.
I attended trade school for 5 years on weekends and evenings. This was very hard to do, but well worth it!
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Hey Bob, it must be beautiful in the Smoky Mountains, only seen pictures. Your design temperature is Winter 19* and Summer 92*. Perfect location for a heat pump with electric backup. Heat Pumps have come
Hi Bob, In order to give you good advice I will need to know the design temperature for your location. Can you send me your city and state? I'm located in NW Missouri and have a heat pump with electric
Hi Ben, I hear you about your back, I have started turning down service work if it evolves climbing up in an attic. But unfortunately if the furnace is in the attic then that's where the (2)dampers would
Hi Ben, The control panel has a " boot" button on it, try resetting it. The dampers fail to the open position so you might have a bad damper motor. Do you have a volt meter to troubleshoot the motor?
Hi Roger, if the motor has been running for two years I would think its the right motor. I noticed on the motor that it needs to be oiled every two years. If the motor is dry that could cause the motor
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