Anything appear wrong here?

Originally Posted By: lkage
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Originally Posted By: dvalley
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Larry,


I can't find eyeglasses to see that small pic, but are you referrring to the leaf build-up?


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David Valley
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Originally Posted By: bbadger
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Some electrical inspectors would have an issue with the clearance of the disconnect switch and the units wiring compartment.


Also (out of my field) I think there is a minimum air flow space needed.


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Electrical Construction & Maintenance
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Originally Posted By: pdacey
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Installed too close to the house plus insufficient clearance in front of the disconnect. Hard to tell from that picture though.



Slainte!


Patrick Dacey
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Originally Posted By: bhendry
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…need better views - but - other possible issues …


- Refrigerant lines might have stress - subject to damage from vibration
- Refrigerant lines subject to landscaper damage
- Not sure about the foundation from the pix
- Within roof drip line
- Unit not level per manufacturer's specs
- Need to see the wall penetrations for elex and lines
- Disconnect box may not be properly mounted
- Where is the dryer vet

others?


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Bill Hendry
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Originally Posted By: lkage
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Sorry about the picture size. I tried enlarging it some and it got all fuzzy.


But I was thinking what Bob and Patrick posted. Bill has some good points too.

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.


Originally Posted By: jpeck
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[ Image: larger and a little fuzzy, but not too bad ]



Jerry Peck


South Florida