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 From David Friedman

 I feel strongly that any and all people - including myself - that bought Acadia's have suffered serious financial loss due to Bristol Corporations  bad engineering,  poor communications,  poor post sale support and finally due the outrageous position of not even selling compressors to Acadia owners and not supporting the "oil line mod" which has not been the source of failures.
 
Note that I see evidence of a 30% failure rate due to the bad starting circuit,  a 5 % failure rate due to under - rated run cap - and perhaps a 2% failure rate due to a design flaw in the booster to primary connection which was Hallowell's fault - but really not the cause of the companies collapse and subsequent loss of value for Acadia owners.
 
Given these facts - I feel that each and every Acadia owner has been damaged.
 
If all members of savemyacadia.org join forces to add their voices to the already significant community of aggrieved Acadia owners by adding their names to the a single mass action against Bristol  - then I feel strongly that the lawsuit may be able to force Bristol to take responsibility for the financial harm caused to owners of the system,  but perhaps more significantly be forced to support the t-81 compressor in modified form which along with the full set of improvements that have emerged from savemyacadia.org's efforts, will allow these systems to be made very maintainable. If this is done these systems will retain  normal value as they continue to deliver high efficiency for which we all bought into the product,  and increasing numbers of HVAC companies can be brought up to speed and made able to service these products.

My Acadia is heating my 5400 sq ft house with only a pellet stove as backup - and doing it well when outside temps get down to zero!
 From David Friedman

 I feel strongly that any and all people - including myself - that bought Acadia's have suffered serious financial loss due to Bristol Corporations  bad engineering,  poor communications,  poor post sale support and finally due the outrageous position of not even selling compressors to Acadia owners and not supporting the "oil line mod" which has not been the source of failures.
 
Note that I see evidence of a 30% failure rate due to the bad starting circuit,  a 5 % failure rate due to under - rated run cap - and perhaps a 2% failure rate due to a design flaw in the booster to primary connection which was Hallowell's fault - but really not the cause of the companies collapse and subsequent loss of value for Acadia owners.
 
Given these facts - I feel that each and every Acadia owner has been damaged.
 
If all members of savemyacadia.org join forces to add their voices to the already significant community of aggrieved Acadia owners by adding their names to the a single mass action against Bristol  - then I feel strongly that the lawsuit may be able to force Bristol to take responsibility for the financial harm caused to owners of the system,  but perhaps more significantly be forced to support the t-81 compressor in modified form which along with the full set of improvements that have emerged from savemyacadia.org's efforts, will allow these systems to be made very maintainable. If this is done these systems will retain  normal value as they continue to deliver high efficiency for which we all bought into the product,  and increasing numbers of HVAC companies can be brought up to speed and made able to service these products.

My Acadia is heating my 5400 sq ft house with only a pellet stove as backup - and doing it well when outside temps get down to zero!
Good news story about Pease Library Plymouth NH