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    Had a couple HVAC guys out here and they...

    Had a couple HVAC guys out here and they suggested zoning my house by putting in electronic dampers in. The house will be separated into 3 zone with 3 thermostats. Does anyone have any experience...
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    An update before the HVAC guy gets here on...

    An update before the HVAC guy gets here on Monday. I partially sealed up the first floor furnace intakes to see if it would affect the amount of hot air going to the 2nd floor. No noticeable...
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    Thanks Jim for the thorough explanation. I think...

    Thanks Jim for the thorough explanation. I think you are probably on to something in regards to the returns. The return on the 2nd floor is tiny compared to the sizes of the returns on the 1st floor....
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    The return is in main hallway and we keep all the...

    The return is in main hallway and we keep all the bedroom doors open because we have infants, so I don't think what you explained is the issue we're having. So you don't think its the size of the...
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    Thank you for the information. Upon contemplating...

    Thank you for the information. Upon contemplating the issue that I have, I'm not sure if simply putting dampers on both these ducts with supply enough heat to our 2nd floor. I'm now considering...
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    Installing Dampers in Existing Ductwork

    I have a forced air furnace that supplies pretty much all of the hot air to our utility room and office space on the 1st floor. Our bedrooms on the 2nd floor get a cool soft breeze of air. I want to...
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    Boy I sure I hope I have less than a quart of...

    Boy I sure I hope I have less than a quart of water in the tank... but you never know. I'm assuming that the furnace is working fine and the filter is clean because I just got it inspected a couple...
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    Thanks for the help!

    Thanks for the help!
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    Here are a few pics of my furnace: ...

    Here are a few pics of my furnace:

    http://lh3.ggpht.com/_WCFr5T2joIs/Swrc-rAaPuI/AAAAAAAAANM/K9dV1QcaxQM/100_0417%20%28600%20x%20450%29.jpg
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    No I haven't blown out the lines. How would I do...

    No I haven't blown out the lines. How would I do that? I have a air compressor, can I do it on my own? We just had new oil lines installed last year. If there is moisture in there, shouldn't it be...
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    Another follow up and a fuller description of the...

    Another follow up and a fuller description of the problem. My house is a split-level and is essentially set up into two heating zones: 1st level, which includes an office, a foyer and an utility room...
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    A follow up. I bought the following additive,...

    A follow up. I bought the following additive, looked up its properties and it looks like it might do the trick:

    http://k100fueltreatment.com/k100-products.html

    I got the K100-D product.
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    I'm aware that home heating oil is very similar,...

    I'm aware that home heating oil is very similar, if not identical to diesel engine, should I use an additive specific to removing water in diesel engines? Thanks.
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    I'll wait until the next freezing day and see...

    I'll wait until the next freezing day and see what happens. In the meantime I will add the HEET additive just in case. Thanks.
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    Last winter after I initially had the issues I...

    Last winter after I initially had the issues I added a container of fuel additive to get rid of gunk and water. I did it again after a fill up this fall. I forget the brand but it was suggested by my...
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    Possible Water in Oil Tank

    Last year I had a whole bunch of issue where my furnace would periodically stop working when it got very cold. I had a bunch of furnace guys come out and the final consensus was that the fuel feed...
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    That may be the case Furd cuz I can't find a...

    That may be the case Furd cuz I can't find a drain anywhere. Now that the A/C is properly tipped towards outside it doesn't sound like the fan is "drowing" in the water but is hitting it. Also, last...
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    I'm looking all over the place for the drainage...

    I'm looking all over the place for the drainage hole and I don't see a thing. I think it may be an issue with the A/C not properly tipped to outsite. The window sill on the outside of the house is...
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    Wall Window A/C Condensation Doesn't Drain

    I'm not sure if this is the right forum to post this, but I've had luck here before so here goes: my wall air conditioner does not drain the condensation at all. Somehow it got clogged. It's a small...
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    OK. I took everyone's advice and popped open the...

    OK. I took everyone's advice and popped open the p-trap and guess what, not clogged at all. That was surprising. So then I detached the pipe running from the sink to the p-trap and found that that...
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    I will check the P-Trap and see if there is any...

    I will check the P-Trap and see if there is any clog there. Do you think I may have to run an auger through the waste pipe to clean it out? Thanks.
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    The house was built in 1959, I believe.

    The house was built in 1959, I believe.
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    Thanks for the replies. The sink is on the 2nd...

    Thanks for the replies. The sink is on the 2nd floor and about 3'-4' from the main waste pipe, which is vented on the roof. I don't get any gurgling from any other sinks in the house. Is it possible...
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    Bathroom Sink "Gurgling"

    I have a bathroom sink that after running the water for a minute or two will gurgle after the faucet is turned off. The sink drains perfectly fine. Is this an indication of something in the future...
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    I read this post on shims, and I'm having a...

    I read this post on shims, and I'm having a similar issue with an uneven floor. I've used the shims, however, in order to get it level, i have to use the full shim which is about 1/4". I'm concerned...
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