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    Welcome MRB068 Depending on the age. I believe...

    Welcome MRB068

    Depending on the age. I believe the new inner skins are foamed in and can not be removed. The seal if I am not mistaken is the new type put on via a thin channel that the seal would...
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    Welcome rblass Your on the right track, In...

    Welcome rblass


    Your on the right track, In the past I have found that a lonely Ole spider will make a web in there and divert the gas from hitting the igniter. It cant hurt! Just remember where...
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    sfarmer Welcome to the Home Repair Forum ...

    sfarmer

    Welcome to the Home Repair Forum

    FYI! A heat pump unit is an air conditioner in reverse. In temps above 30 deg F your heat pump is the most efficient form of heat, In temps below 30 deg...
  4. Thread: Outside air

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    Cindie The cold air run that resides next to...

    Cindie


    The cold air run that resides next to your furnace was put there to allow for combustion air to burn. New codes make this a mandatory installation. Since houses are be built tighter and...
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    charlezcold Welcome to the Home Repair Forums...

    charlezcold

    Welcome to the Home Repair Forums


    Your problem is very likely due to bad air flow. Weather it be undersized duct work or a dirty or clogged coil/filter, also you could have a bad...
  6. Thread: NAT. TO LP

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    BERTHA Welcome to the Home Repair Forums ...

    BERTHA

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    There is no sizing chart that would specify the right orifice for your furnace except the manufactures parts break down. Typically they are sold in a...
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    Eddie Wen Welcome to the Home Repair Forums ...

    Eddie Wen

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    I would say you have a bad thermocouple. Get one the same size as yours and replace it. It's real easy to do.

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    That was my next thought, I suggest replacing the...

    That was my next thought, I suggest replacing the thermostat with a new one, If it performs the same buy a differnt brand!

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    salem Welcome to the Home Repair Forums All...

    salem

    Welcome to the Home Repair Forums

    All the cooling is made in the freezer portion of your fridge, I'll be willing to bet you have a bad evaporator fan motor! Located in the back portion of...
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    Dart- Does it do the same thing with the old...

    Dart-

    Does it do the same thing with the old thermo if you put it back on? I read on the Hunter website that you should have the switch in the HG position on the thermo for gas heat. Is it there?...
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    Sticky: Appliance How To!

    Thanks to Dart- for this link! Good work!


    For alot of How To's on appliances with pictures and descriptions click here http://www.acmehowto.com/howto/appliance/appliance.htm

    16x80
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    BenTMann Like your posts so far! You have been...

    BenTMann

    Like your posts so far! You have been helpful, Thank you!

    As for 20 inches of WC coming in WOW I have never in my life seen that much pressure on a natural gas supply! The gas valve...
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    Krispie1 Welcome to the Home Repair Forums ...

    Krispie1

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    No two wires wont cut it, You need three to energize the fan only part. Usually a blue wire.

    16x80
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    Brysize Welcome to the Home Repair Forums ...

    Brysize

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    You probably have a clog in your drain line coming from the evaporator coil located above your furnace. The drain line would be a 3/4 inch pipe running...
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    joshcarroll Welcome to the Home Repair Forums...

    joshcarroll

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    It sounds to me you are on the right track! I would suggest cleaning the sensor with steel wool or emery cloth. The sensor might have some build up...
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    your_chiqui Welcome to the Home Repair Forums...

    your_chiqui

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    Your a little vague on your unit. Can you offer any more information?

    Is it a standing pilot type or electronic?

    16x80
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    loreni Welcome to the Home Repair Forums I...

    loreni

    Welcome to the Home Repair Forums

    I would follow the instructions in the new thermostat, Depending on how your old system was wired would decide which way you wire the new thermostat....
  18. Thread: disposal

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    ellenfaith Its a good possibility your...

    ellenfaith

    Its a good possibility your disposal is shot! How old is it? These things don't last forever!
  19. Thread: garbage disposal

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    snoce Welcome to the Home Repair Forums ...

    snoce

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    The allen wrench might break it free! Try it! If you still get the same from it when you do its toast

    16x80
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    calvinld Welcome to the Home Repair Forum ...

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    No sir, You filter is not behind the baffle supporting the A coil!
    If you have a central return (one large one) in the center of your home it would...
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    shaggymatt Welcome to the Home Repair Forums ...

    shaggymatt

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    The shorter run in a dryer vent is always ideal. The issue is weather or not you want the vent coming out the front of your home!

    The 22 ft run...
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    peevee Welcome to the Home Repair Forums I...

    peevee

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    I would have someone turn on the unit and watch for operation!

    1) thermostat calls for heat
    2) Inducer fan motor starts and checks for proper...
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    littldo Welcome to the Home Repair Forums I...

    littldo

    Welcome to the Home Repair Forums

    I will try and help here.

    It is possible that what you fear is the cause, You can do some investigating work yourself to help determine the issue....
  24. Thread: Lennox G12

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    Get me a picture of the wiring diagram shown in...

    Get me a picture of the wiring diagram shown in pic 4, I will be able to help you more with the eletrical road map.

    16x80
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    Manageable yes! Fixed No! I'll bet you have a...

    Manageable yes! Fixed No! I'll bet you have a valve thats not closing all the way!

    If your happy I am happy!

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