Originally Posted by JScotty
OK still not sure I'm getting what you mean, but if your saying that you only have 2-4 degrees difference from the air entering your a/c to the air leaving your a/c something isn't right & I highly doubt it has anything to do with ductwork. Electric furnaces can have elements stick on. One element stuck on will basically negate all your cooling & leave you with air leaving your a/c at about the same temp it enters. But for heating it will heat normally. Kinda sounds like your issue.
Let me try representing my data differently:
When I turn on the AC the following temps are what I receive from my vents: (each item below represents a vent in a different room)
Degree differential: 2 degrees
When I turn on my Heat the following temps are what I receive from my vents: (each item below represents a vent in a different room)
- 120 degrees
- 122 degrees
- 90 degrees
- 91 degrees
Degree differential: 30 degrees
Is there a reason that my AC differential would be approx 2 to 3 degrees but, with the heat it is approx 30 degrees?