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    With out knowing more info I would say that...

    With out knowing more info I would say that because of the age it would have a standing pilot system and would need to be lit much like a water heater.
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    Sounds like you have a bad fan relay, which would...

    Sounds like you have a bad fan relay, which would explain why it will run when you hook the motor up directly to 120V
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    In the past I have seen a lot of problems with...

    In the past I have seen a lot of problems with the hunter thermostats, and I know this sounds weird, but especially when installed with carrier furnaces. My company is a Factory Authorized Dealer for...
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    I didn't catch it till you said "heat pump". The...

    I didn't catch it till you said "heat pump". The clicking that your hear is the reversing valve activating.
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    Yes, this year is the last year manurfactures can produce "new" R22 - they will still be able to remanufacture it. Even within the last few weeks the price of R22 is looking like it is really about...
  6. If you get sold on a variable speed system - make...

    If you get sold on a variable speed system - make sure it has a DC motor as they are the only ones actually able to preform as described. Regular motors only run at set a set speed (low, medium-low,...
  7. There is no right or wrong answer. I would not...

    There is no right or wrong answer. I would not go with a straight electric system for sure though. A heat pump with backup electric heat is a good choice, but natural gas heats a home much better...
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    Amen - just because you are able to do a job does...

    Amen - just because you are able to do a job does not make you qualified to do a job. We invest lots of time and money to be able to do what we in the business do, so if you want to do it, do it...
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    You go Lazypup - Good answer.

    You go Lazypup - Good answer.
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    I usually don't disagree with HayZee, but I have...

    I usually don't disagree with HayZee, but I have to on this one. I would go back with metal, insulated with foil back insulation. If properly maintained it will last you much longer than flex duct....
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    You really need to add some ventilation to your...

    You really need to add some ventilation to your attic. If your attic can't "breathe" you will always have problems. Yes, I suggest that you insulate everything that you possibly can. Mechanical...
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    Glad I could help - I own an a/c company and have...

    Glad I could help - I own an a/c company and have this sort of thing happen all the time. Most companys try to run an honest business, but there are a few that like to stick it to customers. Glad...
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    Mini splits are a good option for that situation

    Mini splits are a good option for that situation
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    This is a very important point - your current...

    This is a very important point - your current system may be at its capacity already, adding duct will only cause alot of problems in the future
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    If you are questioning the integrity of the...

    If you are questioning the integrity of the estimating company, get another company to come out. Most companys will not charge you to come give you a second opinion. If you want a true second...
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    You will need at least an 8 or 9 inch duct more...

    You will need at least an 8 or 9 inch duct more than likely - A duct of this size can cause loss of flow to other ducts as I said before. In order to spread the air out a bit you could use 2 - 7"...
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    It knows that the humidity level is low, but...

    It knows that the humidity level is low, but there is no need for heat at that time. The humidifier doesn't have the capacity to know how to or even if the blower is running - all it knows is that...
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    It sounds like a safety switch problem - at this...

    It sounds like a safety switch problem - at this point I think calling a tech out would be money well spent.
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    How is your system set up? Is it in an attic -...

    How is your system set up? Is it in an attic - being florida, I assume you dont have a basement - or is it in a closet in the house? Does you house have slab foundation, or peir and beam? If peir...
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    I love it...
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    Not quite clear what you are talking about - what...

    Not quite clear what you are talking about - what is a 3 setting control? Why did you replace the inducer motor? What was your original problem??
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    Sounds like you got what you wanted after all

    Sounds like you got what you wanted after all
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    I know this probably sounds like a stupid...

    I know this probably sounds like a stupid question, but have you changed anything (thermostat, etc...) like maybe put in a programmable in where a mechanical thermostat was?

    When you say each...
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    Don't know off hand about the guidlines for...

    Don't know off hand about the guidlines for fireplace construction, but your best bet for the damper would be a local sheet metal shop. Take them pictures of what you have along with your...
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    The closer to the blower the better. You could...

    The closer to the blower the better. You could probably put one in the furnace, you would just need to make sure you have a way to secure it in. Also, make sure that you use at least a pleated...
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