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Old 10-26-2008, 05:35 PM   #16
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furnace blower constantly running HELP!


DX is direct expansion (ie. your everyday ac).

Flooded is a little more hard to explain if you don't know refrig theory but in this case the cooling coil is like a bucket and holds liq refrigerant and the compressor pulls vapor off the top.

DX usually 12 to 15* superheat, flooded is almost always 0
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