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  1. Thread: breaker

    by Moshei
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    Re: breaker

    Well, "Jumped" is certainly an unusual word to describe a breaker tripping. But I guess we know what you really mean.

    The first thing to do is figure out what all is on that circuit...
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    Re: Attic Vents and Insulation

    Attic fans are intended to cool hot attics by drawing in cooler outside air from attic vents and pushing hot air to the outside. However, if your attic has blocked soffit vents and is not well-sealed...
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    Re: air flow problems

    A huge reason for inflated heating and cooling bills can be attributed to airflow problems within the HVAC system. There are many possible causes, and each result is the same: little or no airflow...
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    Re: A/C duct sweating

    Ducts sweat because the outside surfaces of the ducts are below the dew point of the air in their immediate surroundings. The primary ways to stop ducts from sweating is to raise the surface...
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    Re: Cold air return & drain pipe

    I guess it's not acceptable to have a drain pipe cut through a HVAC return vent..
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    Re: attic insulation and venting

    The most common mistake homeowners make when installing insulation is to block the flow of air at the eaves. NEVER COVER ATTIC SOFFIT VENTS WITH INSULATION use rafter vents and soffit vents to...
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    Re: Wiring pool pump in New York

    I have a problem with my florescent light because as I turn on the switch it wont turn on. I change the fuse but still not working. What's wrong with it?
  8. Thread: AC Hi Temp

    by Moshei
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    Re: AC Hi Temp

    Hello, Make sure you have a gas furnace equipment checklist. Make sure that the temperature setting on the thermostat is set above (or higher than) the indoor temperature showing on the thermostat!
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    Re: Noisy "balanced" ceiling fan

    I encountered same problem with you what i did is I put grease on the joint and then my problem is solve. No more noisy fun at my room.
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    Re: Fuse keeps blowing

    Electrical fuses may blow because of poor electrical connections. Check your plugs and outlets. Wiring may become loose over the years and need to be re-attached securely. If you have an appliance...
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    Re: portable air conditioning

    2 into 1's generally perform a little better at the high rpm range but lose a little in the mid range torque dept. There are a thousand different opinions on this subject but the dyno seems to...
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    Re: portable air conditioning

    This is easy to handle and manage in your place. It can manage to decrease a good views to have it more place to come up.
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    Re: Swamp Cooler to AC conversion

    It is the most common cooling unit in many homes in our area ,is an evaporative cooler otherwise known as a "swamp cooler!!
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    Re: Central A/C Filters - Air Flow

    Well, which ever way the air is going, and look at side of filter it will have arrow with the direction of air flow!!
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    Re: Range Hood Venting

    hmm it is ..But for systems without external/outside venting, fumes and odors are drawn over an activated-charcoal filter and re-circulates the air, back into the room!
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    Re: Coolant Line problems

    HEllo, Other than transmission fluid issue, another possibility could be engine oil mixing with the coolant due to a faulty intake or head gasket!
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    Re: Portable AC venting

    Well, the portable air conditioners are console units that can be moved from room to room or other locations. However, they cost a bit more than window units and use more energy!
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