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Old 03-04-2011, 05:29 AM   #1
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Let me know what do you think?

http://www.keepandshare.com/doc/2640...7-am-703k?da=y

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Why do I have to sign into something? What is this

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Why do I have to sign into something? What is this

It's a pdf file. I did not know you would have to register to see the file. I'll have to find another place to put this file pdf.
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JJ just copy the web address the file is in with the file open, and then paste that address into the post,

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Ok, I think I found the right place to share this file.

https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&p...MWE5ODdl&hl=en
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The superheat looks good. Using outdoor temp +30 to get a target subcool is going to get you in trouble . Lots of the high SEER equiptment specifies subcool in the 5-8 range.
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The superheat looks good. Using outdoor temp +30 to get a target subcool is going to get you in trouble . Lots of the high SEER equiptment specifies subcool in the 5-8 range.
Thanks for the review Marty S. How do you do to calculate subcooling?
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Most of the stuff I work on is Lennox and it has the desired subcool printed on the unit label or in the instructions. The same unit might show 8 different target subcool numbers depending on which coil was used.

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