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Heat pump output normal?

Posted by carl333 (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 5, 12 at 12:21

Hi, I have a Lennox XP17 2.5 Tand installed a year ago. Just wondering in my temperature output at the registers is just about normal.

With heat pump running and no heat strips engaged, I am receivng a temp of 80 degrees at the registers.

conditions:

house temp: 68F
outside air temp:14F

Is 80 that I am receiving at the registers normal or am I below what it should be??

tks


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RE: Heat pump output normal?

Carl

Your thermostat is able to maintain it's setting at 68 degrees fah at outside temp of 14 degrees fah? And without aux Heat strips engaged?

I assume the heat strip has been locked out?

Yes, I would say an 80 deg supply temp with those conditions are entirely normal.

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RE: Heat pump output normal?

Actually souunds pretty good to me.


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