The heat-pump is a type of central heating system that extracts heat from the outside, reversing the process used by a central air system.

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Why does the blower in the attic vibrate during heating when it is really cold?

We have a Carrier heat pump system in our home, and the blower is located in the attic. When it is especially cold, the blower runs on high (there are three levels: high, medium, low). During this ...
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Is there a significant risk of CO2 buildup with a ductless heat pump A/C?

It just occurred to me that if I install a ductless heat pump to cool the air in my house's bedrooms in the summer, the unit will be cooling and dehumidifying the air - but not introducing any new ...
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why does my heat pump wiring diagram show 7 wires going to the thermostat but the thermostat only says it needs 5?

Here is a link to the wiring diagram for my heat pump. The thermostat that I am planning on buying has the following terminals C, G, Y, O/B, RC, R, Aux, E, and L. The instructions say to jump the RC ...
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Trane Weathertron Stat to Honeywell RTH2510

I have a Trane Weathertron thermostat thst I am replacing with a New Honeywell RTH2510. This is a heat pump with auxiliary electric heat. The wires on the Tran thermostat are. R, T, O, G, Y, B, X2 ...
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Why won't my condenser turn on when I run my heat pump?

I have a York Affinity condenser. When I run my heat pump, I expect it to turn on somewhere in the cycle but it doesn't. It generally does this once a year. The usual fix is to cycle the power of the ...
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Why would my heat pump AUX be kicking on with 1 degree change?

So this is weird, and I literally just noticed it today. I have a Honeywell 5-1-1 Day Programmable Thermostat – RTH6450D. That works fine, I have a heat pump system (Carrier 2-ton). Today for some ...
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Buying used heat pump/AC

I'm planning to buy and install a used heat pump/AC at some point in the near future (probably looking for sellers on Craigslist or similar), and want to know what I should look for to know if the ...
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Are wall air vents a potential problem?

A house I'm looking at has A/C vents in the walls, rather than in the ceiling or floor. I've never lived in a house with air ducts in the walls. Can I expect to have problems? The house was built in ...