Question about Goodman CLQ36AR49 Air Conditioner
When my goodman was installed the tech ask if i wanted the blower fan set on high or low speed . my question is for a 1300 sf home which speed is best or what is the benefit of either speed. thanks
Your main concern is the temperature difference across the indoor coil for both heating and cooling. When you turn your thermostat from auto to on, you are on high speed.
If you have long duct runs and little return air registers then high speed
would help cool the house better. However in the heating mode, you
could lose up to 10degrees by having the high speed setting.
What they installed is sized for your house and the speeds should not have to be changed unless the ductwork is not sized right for the house.
Cooling should be High-Black wire.
Heating should be Low-Red Wire.
400cfm equals a ton of cooling= 1200 sq. foot, For cooling you need
High speed. For heating it is whatever the temperature rise across the
coil is, which is located on the furnace/air handler.
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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