Thank you for your information. You gave me all the information I
needed. I am printing out the troubleshooting information and will be
better able to understand my unit. I have the gauges and a HVAC friend
with R22 to help me out if needed. Most of all I appreciate the fact
that there are people like you that are willing to help others. Some of
the trash talk and vulgar language that I received was so unnecessary.
It would be nice if things were regulated to only let people like you
respond. Thank you once again.
The exhaust vents should be about 15 to 20 degrees hotter than the
outside air. Which would make them about 115 to 120 degrees.
If the exhaust vents are in the house, they should be about the same.
Though, I don't know why you'd want exhaust vents in the house.
Christopher A. Young
You can\'t shout down a troll.
Me, dimwit the electrician, sort of understood that he meant the cold air
outlet registers, for lack of knowing the correct name.
Your satire escapes you again.
If I am wrong, then color me red as in embarrassment. What's your excuse.
Bubba uses satire well. did I say that?
I agree. Pay the proper fee for the HVAC professional's inspection and
diagnosis and then you might get some help. This forum is not set up with
the purpose of giving you free advice.
Go away. You are not wanted here.
There is only one judge in my life that counts. It is God. I feel sorry
for you because you evidently have some kind of problem with people and
life. I can only pray that you find help and live a happy life.
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