I would, but it doesn't run and I have no way to haul it. It would be WAY to
expensive to have it towed all over... as they won't tow it more than once
The funny thing is... the auto mechanics won't bring their test equipment to
my home to diagnose the problem. Hummmmmm...
How can they get by with this? It's ridiculous... there should be a code
What you, and a lot of other people dont understand is that total
airflow (lets call it cfm) is dependent upon other factors than just
none of the hvac guys knew, because they too were/are clueless.
I suggest that you educate yourself, so that you can educate the hvac
techs who show up at your doorstep.
google External Static Pressure, and Total External Static Pressure.
here's a nice place to start:
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