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Old 08-02-2011, 11:57 AM   #16
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I am getting 44 from the supply, and 56 from the return. Then again, my house stays around 72 to 73 during Summer.
I don't understand your numbers, 44 supply, 56 return, 72 house, Isn't the house temp suppose to be same as the return temp ?

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I took the temp of the return at the filter next to the furnace. The duct work is original to the house, and has two floor returns that are around 12-14 by 18-20. If I take the temp upstairs, then yes it will be the same as the room temp.

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