AC installation causing furnace to hit high limit

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More bullshit from "notAhvacGuy".

This will most likely also cause excess motor amperage which will burn out your motor. The extra speed may also burn out the bearings in the blower shaft bearings.

This method can cause a high fuel mixture which causes soot and carbon monoxide. It will also change the temp rise through the heat exchanger putting it out of the accepted range.

Quite the contrary. A few of the home inspectors are getting a little better. If the temp rise for heating and cooling is not within a certain standard they use, they mention it on their report and advise having it checked by a licensed hvac contractor. Ive had two of them referred to me lately and the inspectors were right.
You dont do this much.......do you Mr. "notAhvacGuy?" Bubba
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