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Old 08-10-2013, 11:20 AM   #11
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Leaving it open gives you more air flow. Unfortunately builders are pretty much limited to 13.5 and 15k unit and they don't have HVAC engineers designing these things. On quite a few dual zone ducted rigs, even a 13.5 can be overkill for a bedroom zone.
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Leaving it open gives you more air flow. Unfortunately builders are pretty much limited to 13.5 and 15k unit and they don't have HVAC engineers designing these things. On quite a few dual zone ducted rigs, even a 13.5 can be overkill for a bedroom zone.
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