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Old 08-15-2011, 09:58 PM   #16
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That's where the bullet needs to go..straight through to the other side..

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Old 08-15-2011, 10:03 PM   #17
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All right looky here.
Take the wires off of the board that go to the contactor.
Put one side of the contactor on the yellow thermostat wire. The other wire off of the contactor, connect that to the wire in the "c" terminal. Pull off the two wires that go to the reversing valve. Connect those to the "c" wire and orange or "o" terminal. That will get it running. After that you can find a board.
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Old 08-15-2011, 10:03 PM   #18
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Oops...take the wire from the fan (black), out of the black relay. and put it on the top of the contactor...
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Old 08-16-2011, 07:50 PM   #19
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The board and a new stat which was recommended by Lennox when replacing defrost control boards is on will call.

Now finding the time to get to it is another story.

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Have them mail it to your house.
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Have them mail it to your house.

Who, Lennox? They'll do that?
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Yes. You will have to givem them a cc over the phone, and cover shipping costs.
Im actually surprised they had it in stock. What state are you in?
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Old 08-16-2011, 08:32 PM   #23
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Yes. You will have to givem them a cc over the phone, and cover shipping costs.
Im actually surprised they had it in stock. What state are you in?
If there's a fee then I'm sure my boss will not be interested in paying it. I'm Houston, Texas, the hvac capitol of the world meaning more refrigeration and air conditioning systems per square mile than anywhere else on the planet. Every manufacturer there is is here, their distribition plants are the size of air plane hangars.

When I was on the phone with First American Home Insurance the other day they asked me if I'd like the txv for a three ton Carrier shipped to me, no charge. It's being sent to the office.
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If there's a fee then I'm sure my boss will not be interested in paying it. I'm Houston, Texas, the hvac capitol of the world meaning more refrigeration and air conditioning systems per square mile than anywhere else on the planet. Every manufacturer there is is here, their distribition plants are the size of air plane hangars.

When I was on the phone with First American Home Insurance the other day they asked me if I'd like the txv for a three ton Carrier shipped to me, no charge. It's being sent to the office.
Because if they provide it. Then your company can't mark it up and make money on them on part m ark up.
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Because if they provide it. Then your company can't mark it up and make money on them on part m ark up.

We don't make our money on mark up, not through insurance companies. How it works with insurance companies is they pay for any and all mechanical parts that can and do fail. They pay our labor, all of it. When I'm at a home and I see things that need to be done such as insulating the suction line outside cause it's dry rotted and the low side is exposed or there's no float switches or drain pans that are rusted out (not a mechanical failure) then we do that work, upgrades.

Here's one I did yesterday that took me 20 minutes, rusted drain pan changeout and installed two float switches. I called the insurance company on speaker phone while at the home owner's place to verify that they do not pay for any of that. The home owner's called due to water dripping from their secondary outside. They had no water protection and thier were holes right through the pan.


What it looked like on the inside fo the evap.


Blurry pic but after.
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When I do a compressor or an evaporator there's piping modifications or plenum modifications that mostly are non covered. All of that goes to our overhead. When a home owner has the highest level of insurance, the platinum, then they're covered, disposal, recovery, mods, whatever. We just bill the insurance company.

For jobs outside of insurance we do it like everyone else does, you know.
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Generally they aren't insurance companies. They're warranty companies.

Insurance pays to repair damage. Warranty pays to repair breakage.

Are you on a price guide.
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Led on left is one: legend which might be unlegible states led one (or two) solid board failure.
It says both on is board failure,left on and right off is pressure switch lock out. Reset the board and check the fan motor.
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It says both on is board failure,left on and right off is pressure switch lock out. Reset the board and check the fan motor.

Great. I could've sworn it said one or two solid, board out. Poor guy, no a/c for two days cause I can't read..

BT, no price guide.

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