We just bought a new Lennox home air conditioning unit ; they used the
existing heating ducts...The temperature on the first floor is fine -
we have it set on 78 and it hold very well - BUT the upstairs on a
really hot day is about 90.....What can we do(other than have new
ductwork) to increase the cooling upstairs?
On 1 Aug 2006 05:25:33 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Stay downstairs till it cools off, you idiot. You dont want to repair
the ductwork which is the only answer so shut your cake hole and live
in the basement till winter.
Jezus H Crimany! Thats like saying," I want water in my glass but I
dont want the glass to get wet!"
It is very hard to balance cooling or heating in two floor house
however for cooling since you are way you are. Do if you can as fallow
Divert all your supply air to second floor and have return air
only on first floor this will help you, that is if you can do it
I am not there and without been there I can not
gave you any fixes but perhaps vague suggestions
Good luck from DIDO
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