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    Cooktop Connection

    I'm just confusted about which is the neutral and which is the ground.. or does it matter??? They both have neutrals and grounds...
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    Cooktop Conection

    Im installing an electric cooktop. The existing conductors from the panel are red, black and white 8 AWG. The white is connected to the ground/neutral bar in the main panel. The neutrals and...
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    Pioneer Mult Split - Anyone familiar?

    I had my finger on the trigger to purchase an LG Dual Zone Multi-split Heat pump when I came across a Pioneer system for half the price. The Pioneer has a 16 SEER rating which is a little low...
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    Oh.. I see. Daikin doesn't offer a multi zone...

    Oh.. I see. Daikin doesn't offer a multi zone Quaternity. I wonder if they're working on that. I was wondering why your previous post recomended the single zone with the 9000 BTU head. I'd...
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    I found some really good info on the sound levels...

    I found some really good info on the sound levels of the systems you recomended.

    Daikin 37/25/22 dBA
    Fujitsu 40/36/31/26
    Mitsubishi 42/40/31/22
    LG 38/33/24

    The Daikin holds up with the...
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    Thanks Again Dana. I was considering the LGs...

    Thanks Again Dana. I was considering the LGs because they described a feature called "Advanced INVERTER technology" which they claim provides energy efficient, variable output capacity. I found...
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    Thank You all for the detailed input! Dana, the...

    Thank You all for the detailed input! Dana, the addition does leak like a seive and there are some very large double pane windows. I've been working on the leaks. It's also build on an...
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    I think I'm sold on the ductless system. ...

    I think I'm sold on the ductless system. Incidentaly, it is the most common form of climate control in my current location (Bagram Afghanistan) We call them Chigos, because that's the main brand...
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    I was afraid of that. It's probably best to...

    I was afraid of that. It's probably best to replace them both anyway. The old system was put together pretty pooly. If I do go with the heat pump option, is there a good option for suplemental...
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    I'm familiar with the split units, I like them...

    I'm familiar with the split units, I like them and I will definitly consider them. The one place I think they fall short is that they don't move the air around as much. I like the idea of turning...
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    Old Heat Pump - New Options??

    I live in Maryland. I own a large rancher. Most of the main floor is heated by a hot water boiler. I also have a 12x30 addition that is heated and cooled by a heat pump. The heat pump also has a...
  12. Heat Pump - Cut off compressor at certain temperature?

    Is there any logic to setting a heat pump to run strictly on emergency heat when the outside temperature drops below a certain temperature? I had a a minor repair done and the technician suggested...
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    I tested my flow rate according to instructions I...

    I tested my flow rate according to instructions I got when I purchased my acid neutralizer. It's 4 GPM.



    The fittings are where I'm running into problems. The calcite/corosex neutralizer I...
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    Well Tank Type / Size

    I need to replace my well tank. The existing tank is a 32 gallon well x trol. I have very acidic water so I thought it would be best to replace it with a composite of fiberglass tank.

    What is...
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    acid neutralizer

    I've been trying to find a solution for the acid water from my well. I've had several companies out, offering to sell me systems that cost in the neighborhood of $6000. I really can't handle this...
  16. Thread: Low pH

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    Low pH

    I had my well water tested. Everything was fine, including hardness, but the pH was low (5.4). Up until a few weeks ago I had a soda ash solution feeder that corrected the problem very well. ...
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    Bleeding the air out. I'll try it, but isn't...

    Bleeding the air out. I'll try it, but isn't that what the spirovent is supposed to do?
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    Rattling Spirovent

    I had a spirovent installed on my boiler a few years ago. It just started making a load rattling noise. Any ideas what might be causing it?
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    hmmm. I expected more of a split decision. I...

    hmmm. I expected more of a split decision. I guess I'll put in conduit.... it's a cheaper option since I have some on hand already. Just out of curiosity, what's the real danger in the way it was...
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    No 6 AWG Cable

    I'm doing a basement remodel and I just uncovered a spot where the previous owner ran individual no 6 awg cables for the feed to an electric range. There are 3 black no 6 awg cables and a green one....
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    Nibco vs Heatway Onyx

    I have two contractors bidding on a radient heat install for me. One is proposing to use Watts tubing, the other is using Nibco. I don't have both quotes yet, but I have a feeling the guy using the...
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    Got it Dana. The bypass piping is what the...

    Got it Dana. The bypass piping is what the supplier was trying to show me when he was talking about re-piping the boiler... he just couldn't explain it's purpose. The diagrams in the link were...
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    Thanks for the input Jadnashua. I've talked to a...

    Thanks for the input Jadnashua. I've talked to a few suppliers and looked at a few web sites that explain the tubing layout and spacing very well. I have a loop plan for the tubing. I tried to...
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    Radient Floor Heat Boiler Config

    I'm finally at the point I can start running tubing for radient floor heat. I plan to run the tubing myself and hire a contractor to make the final connections. Before I meet with the contractor, I...
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    It's not all in conduit. The run is 100' + Some...

    It's not all in conduit. The run is 100' + Some of it, the part that is enclosed by the finished ceiling, is just fastened to the floor joists... I know this because I had to cut a small hole in...
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