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A cheap option, is hanger strap. It's available in both metal and plastic, and in various sizes.


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I'll use this gif from my other answer, to try and describe how the system works. I'll focus only on the heating side, just to keep things simple. When the thermostat is not calling for heat, the circuit is open and electricity cannot flow. Once the temperature in the room drops below the set point, the switch in the thermostat closes. When the switch is ...


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You probably can't do it yourself, but an HVAC technician likely could. Moving the unit likely requires: Evacuating the refrigerant Reconfigure (and potentially rerun) the line sets. Reconfigure (and potentially rerun) electrical. Physically moving the unit. Charging the system back up with refrigerant. You could probably do number 4, and maybe number 2 ...


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I like PVC strap tape. You can hang it about anywhere with about anything. It doesn't kink up like metal, and it isn't sharp.


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If you don't care how it looks, just put some screw eyes in the wall above where you want the duct work to be, and loop some wire around the duct work and attach both ends to the screw eye. Quick and easy. As an aside comment, if there is a significant difference in temperatures between the air going through the duct work and the air outside, you may ...


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I had a furnace guy come in the morning. He saw the furnace and said "Oh my god!" After two hours he decided he couldn't figure it out and they sent another guy later that day. They finally figured it out. Since a guy who works with furnaces for a living couldn't figure it out after two hours I think I never had a chance to begin with. So in the end, the ...



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