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Old 07-22-2013, 05:23 PM   #1
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Attaching Goodman cased coil to matching furnace.


I just unboxed a Goodman coil and all it came with was an elbow for the liquid line, and adapter plates for a smaller furnace (which I don't need, I've got a B coil and a B furnace).

There weren't any screws or standoffs in the package.
It doesn't seem right to just set it down on top of the furnace without securing it.
How am I supposed to screw the coil down to the furnace flange?

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Attaching Goodman cased coil to matching furnace.


You don't screw it down, but you do use silicone on the mounting surface of the furnace.

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Attaching Goodman cased coil to matching furnace.


All I could think of was to glue it down.
So I should use silicone, not mastic?
What does Goodman do with horizontal units?
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Attaching Goodman cased coil to matching furnace.


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All I could think of was to glue it down.
So I should use silicone, not mastic?
What does Goodman do with horizontal units?
Clear silicone. Mastic and duct sealer can make a nice job look like hell.
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