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Old 01-16-2009, 03:57 PM   #46
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The 18200.

Cash doesn't make a difference to many companies.
Gotta show the IRS where the money came from to pay the employees.

to some it does.

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Old 01-16-2009, 04:28 PM   #47
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What is a good---no scratch that, better than good T-stat that is touch screen with
an illuminated backlite screen that is either soft blue or amber in color. I am color blind
so the green backlight with black text doesn't work so well for me.
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Old 01-16-2009, 08:08 PM   #48
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The White Rodgers touch screens are called True Blue and are good. Not sold at HDepot etc. Your installer should be able to get one from a supply house.
http://www.white-rodgers.com/wrdhom/.../thermo_03.htm
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Old 01-16-2009, 08:32 PM   #49
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I have a Lennox Heat pump that the Combustion Air Inducer motor is vibrationg and making a terrible sound. I searched the part down but all suppliers are out of stock. (just my luck)

Is there an adjustment on this motor or fan blade or are the windings shot?? I do not mind replacing it provided I can find one but if anyone has an idea about this that would be helpfull I would appriciate it.

Its a G50UH-36B-090 Lennox Part # 31L5501
and Fasco Motor 7002-2975
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Old 01-16-2009, 08:54 PM   #50
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It is a forced air furnace and not a heat pump for your info. Try Cozyparts.com

The unit comes together as a package and needs to be changed as such. You may also need a new pressure switch with it as the rating may have changed. Make sure they check on that also. I get my parts direct from Lennox and they do that for me.
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Well I went with Home Depot. The contractor they sent me did a very thorough job from the Man-J to the
use of nitrogen while brazing to running the new line set neatly along the wall and out of sight. They replaced
my duct work and tirelessly worked to resolve a noise that developed with the new wrapped duct that was not
there with the internally fiberglass lined old duct I had. They were conscience about cleaning up and made sure
it was working correctly. I gave them a tip at the end of the job because I felt they went above and beyond.

I chose the Trane XR14 mated to a variable speed Trane air handler with a White Rodgers touchscreen t-stat.
The system is very easy to use and operate. The information I learned here enabled me to hire the right contractor
and to assure myself that as I watched them, I could tell the difference between snake oil and compressor oil.

Thank you to everyone that contributed.

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