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    From what I have read so far, 1) The two 8"...

    From what I have read so far,
    1) The two 8" ducts are for combustion air and cannot be altered
    2) The low humidity is probably due to air leakage. However, I would expect my home is pretty tight....
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    The furnace is 132K (input) / 107K (output). The...

    The furnace is 132K (input) / 107K (output). The water heater has an insulating cover on it but it is 50gal capacity (if that helps). From google, it looks like a standard 50gal WH is 40K. So I guess...
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    My contractor has put in 2 8" ducts for fresh air...

    My contractor has put in 2 8" ducts for fresh air into the enclosed utility room (Furnace + WH). Living in Colorado is very dry so I would believe this is the issue. I may have to look up code but I...
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    Very Dry home - help with bypass humidifier

    Hello (first post),

    I have a Honeywell bypass humidifier that is doing a poor job for my 4000sq ft (total w/finished bsmt) home (built in 2003). The humidity is < 20% but by hygrometer(?) does not...
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