I have a EZ072S11ABB5A 3 to 6 ton spilt unit in my new home, s/n #
WA1012. We have had problems from the start or from last year of 06.
The State Inspector had to make the installer bring the duct work up
to code ( A Waterfurance dealer) . We know in Aug. 06 the compressor
wasn't going in to six ton. It was replaced in Sept. 06.
Waterfurance sent a rep. which his report in word, didn't have any
data. He found a major leak in my duct work in my wall, which has
been fixed. After all the repairs my kw usage is the same as 06. My
kw usage is the same summer and winter over 4000kw per month. The
Waterfurance runs 22 hrs. per day, everyday. My house is 4200 sq.ft
with 3 zones. I have added whole home window film, to drop the load.
I have Nu-Wool insulation. I have had another waterfurnace dealer
check my home. It's been unreal. This job was way over our budget
from our other quotes for air to air units. It's acting as it did when
the compressor was out, run and run and not keep up.
It has 14'' round supply. I've have paid threw the nose on other
dealers to check my system. Everyone comes up with a different
solution. It seem like a asshole, everyone has one. At the end of
the day, I wish, we had went with Trane air to air to save money.
When someone can tell me that it will work.The Sr. Field Technical
Consultant is saying the duct work is good. Everyone else is saying
20'', One dealer just wanted to change the returns and move the air
handler for 8 G's? Regards,RT
When EVERYBODY (that knows what's going on) tells you to redo the ducting...
cause it's TOO SMALL...
DO IT OR QUIT BITCHING ABOUT IT!!!!!!!
My comment about the 8 grand... you can have it done cheap (which is what
you're dealing with), or you can have it done correctly by someone that
knows something other than how to BS his clients.
Now, if you don't want to redo your ducting... (listen closely) FUCK
The Trane unit would have cost you more if the same hacks would have
installed it. There is nothing wrong with your Water furnace unit other
than it wasn't installed right. You keep bashing the equipment, when you
should be bashing yourself for not hiring competent installers. Why are you
even posting this again???
Everyone at Waterfurance is bragging on my installor, The Senior
Field Technical Consultant said my duct work looked good. Except for
a major leak in a chase which was repaired. He never questioned the
Then they're complete idiots.
First, I wouldn't be bragging on someone that can't make his system work.
Secondly, if they didn't question the 14", they have no clue about airflow
or how the system works.
Looks good doesn't cut it, duting has to be PROPERLY sized!!!!!!
What brand is the air handler?
Oh, just like last spring... It's not the variable speed recommended by
It's a brand X, constant speed, recommended by your installer, cuz that's
the way he's always done it?
The 14" rnd is code by who & for what? A 6 ton 2400 cfm unit or ???
Most inspectors couldn't find there way around a ductulator anyhow, why are
you believing him?
Code calls for gauge metal & installation, insulation, sealing etc... not
or is the air handler a 3HP high velocity unit?
Is he a buddy of the installer? Is he the Waterfurnace dealer or is the
Your installer frankensteined a frankenfurnace & your blaming the only piece
of equipment that has a label...
If you haven't finished the first bowl, as I recommended before, Eat Another
Bowl of Fuck!!!
Or as I stated Aug 1st:
We talked about your 14"round zoned geosystem months ago.
Until you fix the duct your fuct.
Don't blame the equipment until the installation is fixed.
I'm calling your utility provider to up your rate until you grow a pair &
fix the real issues.
So, why don't you just eat a bowl of fuck..."
Waterfurance said the duct was good at 14'' . The frankensteined air
handler was changed to a 1hp Variable speed motor. which was supplied
from Waterfurance, This was also o'kayed from the factory rep.
Regards, Douche Bag
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