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Compressor Noise transfering into home

I have a new Bryant A/C unit in a new home. You can hear a awfull vibration in the lines comming from the wall inside the house. The installers came out and could not figure out the noise and it's not loose lines in the wall.. They took readings and everything is OK.They got with Bryant, came back a week latter and zip tyed some hard rubber onto the outside lines and left. Now it's worse than before and I can't get ahold of them. I think the compressor is bad.... Made in China or something... but I am no expert. I need help in order to tell them what's wrong because I am getting the run around !!!!!

Thanks !!!!

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  • servovalve Jun 26, 2009

    Thank you for your experenced insite! I watched the home being built from the ground up and I checked the lines before the Brick and Drywall went up. I had heard of these problems before so I was on the lookout. There are no vibration pads under the unit and it sits on a cement pad. There are 2 units and only one does this. I will contact the builder and see if he can get ahold of the installer at which time I will relay the great advise you gave me to them. There is a lot to be said of 45 years experence !!!! Thank you ! Jim

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This can happen if the unit was not evacuated and there are non-condensables in the system. Sometimes a line rubs against a floor joist. The compresor can put out a high freqency hum thru the lines. Change compressor. Make sure they evacuate the system. The pressures can be OK when you take them but when the unit reaches a certain pressure it start the viabration. Does the unit have viabration pads nder unit. It can be fixed. I just listed some things I have run into over the last 45 years of service. Rus

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