is it ok to feel air where the cased coil meets furnace?
I doubt this is "ok" My unit is a cased coil that sits on top of what I call the "furnace". The supply duct comes out the top of the coil. I feel air blowing in about a 3-4 inch section where the coil meets the furnace and at the top of the coil where it meets the ductwork. It may be from the coil panel itself at the top, I can't tell for sure. I had pointed out the air leaking around the bottom of the coil when they came on day 2 of the install. They responded that they weren't finished yet and I said "ok". They did apply some silver caulk stuff (mastic?) in the area of the leaks and I didn't really check it again until today. On that first day I hadn't noticed it at the top, just on both sides of the bottom.
I want to know how unacceptable this is before I complain....don't want to be a serial complainer but....
btw, I made this a separate thread in case some knowledgable folks aren't following my other thread. This one should be pretty cut and dry. THANKS!