Question about Carrier XHB123D X/Y Series Heat/Cool Air Conditioner
Thanks for your question,
Just a couple of questions first, is your ducting insulated ? is there a fresh air intake on your system ? if either of these is the case, the first would be that you need to have your duct insulated, it is good practice to have them insulated as it will save you money down the road as to not have as much heat loss or cold air from the duct escaping into the home, second if you have a fresh air intake, alot of times that is where fresh outside air would be coming in from, there should be a damper on the venting, if there isn't I would suggest having one installed, normally it is installed on the return side of your ducting. Hope that was helpful, please leave some feed back as to how we did, thanks again,
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
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