Did some searching and have not been able to find diddly on this
furnace. Its a older Rudd HR-80FD and it has always seemed to be
underpowered as far as the blower is concerned. What can I look for to
see if it has a variable speed blower that I can possibly increase? In
the summer the temp from the central air seems quite cold, but the
airflow is pathetic. Any input would be appreciated. If I could bump
the blower speed up it would save me a service call.
I have PhD in History, not HVAC - hence the reason I'm here. Now if I
had you come in and help me teach a class on Colloquium in United
States History since 1865, I'm guessing I'll be calling you an amateur
or worse..... ;)
Generally an advanced degree in liberal arts only means that you don't have
to wear the paper hat anymore when you ask "Do you want fries with that??"
FWIW, my database only goes back to 1961. I can't find that particular model
number. Either the model number is incomplete, or its older than 1961. A
serial number would be real nice. If your furnace is older than 25 years or
so, then you can figure that it falls under the "Jurasic" era, and you will
be money ahead to replace it.
Pay the service call, you probably have all kinds of other issues with the
A colloquium is a type of academic lecture. So you mean you want to
teach a class about teaching US History since 1865?
Maybe you'll use facetious in a sentence next and just impress the hell
out of us. Or maybe you are just kidding.
You get your Ph.D over the internet?
The sad thing is we can fix your air conditioner and learn history. Even
How about you try to leverage some return on that PH.D someone spent big
bucks on. I suggest some preliminary research here:
Or maybe you need to get off the government dole and find a real job
that pays enough so you can afford to call a repairman.
And before you get your panties in a bunch. Just be grateful you didn't
say you were an EE.
What do you think having no air flow is doing bubbs?
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On 31 May 2007 22:13:32 GMT, DANgER (danger< email@example.com) wrote:
Its nice to see the way you diagnose shit. OP says air flow is bad so
you immediately want to just go along and bump the speed up!? Dont
worry DaNgER. Ductwork, filters, closed registers and god knows what
else may be wrong with it but you are just going to automatically
crank up the speed.
You are a junior cub scout in my league.
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