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Daniel Cohen

The 2nd duct does not appear because the system connector on the equipment it is connected to is set to "Other Air" and there is no corresponding Rise/Drop symbol under the mechanical settings for Other Air Systems. If that equipment connector were changed to Supply/Return/Exhaust the duct would show up.

Joel Osburn

Agreed. Changing the connector on the air handling unit to be Return Air, instead of Other Air, makes the second duct appear in the plan view.

Gabe Cottam

I never noticed that before, but i tried it with an air terminal in my project template and when I changed the connector from supply to other, the riser disappears. Bizarre.

Could you guys fix that for us?
Thanks

cliff collins

nested family not shared?

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