This is Turtle.
Dave the WebTV Troll is tring out for Troll of the Year award that use to be
given out here years ago. Now someone need to tag his reply everytime he says
something stupid for to keep any respectiable person from getting hurt by
following his off the wall replys. I do watch him and will tag him if no one
tags his replys. You two tagged him and I did not need to tag him. You can't
stop him but you can sure tag a warning sign on everyone of his blunders and if
you leave him unchecked with a warning tag. He could get some respectiable
people hurt. Another reason Dave here needs to be tagged is he does know just
enough of what is going on and then right at the end of his reply he set up or
says something dangerous for the posters to believe or follow which could get
someone hurt. There is just Trolls that you can see through and no one would
take their words but Dave is a believiable Troll which make him dangerous
because he talk like he known it but makes dangerous blunders at the end of the
reply. So Dave must be tagged for safety reasons.
Now to save time and still get the job done. You can have a short version of
tagging him troll to use and then tag and move on. OH, Dave here has multi-names
here and is the original as you know " Shut Up Dave". He has a bunch but here is
some. HVAC Friend , Dave , DaveinIllinois, and HAPPYHVAC. Now presently using
This is Turtle.
Some of the Dated codes of the recalled furnaces was sold as late as 1998 and
the date codes was from the 1992 to the 1995 models.
Well to AHS. If they disqualify you. You demand your money back. If you bought a
insurance on your car and a month later they cancelled you. Would you want your
money back ?
Now just running a 10 KW electric strips on a 1,500 sq. ft. house. It may run a
lot but that is usely all FHA requires as heat on the FHA house in the Southern
areas. I don't think I would be spending a bunch of money on changing something
that does not seem to be a problem. I have install a bunch of FHA or general
builder houses with only 10KW on the 1,200 to the 1,600 sq. ft. homes after
looking at the heat load requirements and it not calling for more than 10KW of
Now 60 amp breaker will carry a 10 KW heat furnace.
Now 80 or 90 amp breaker will carry a 15 KW furnace.
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