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    Taco Cartridge Circulator noise after furnace cleaned

    Yesterday my furnace was cleaned. Now the taco cartridge circulator, model 007-F5-8IFC, is making a noise that it wasn't making before it was cleaned. The sounds include humming, buzzing, clicking. It's also so hot I burnt my hand when I touched it. The taco was replaced this spring. It has never made a noise after it was cleaned. I'll be calling the hvac guy, but wanted some insight before I spoke to him.

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    Sounds like a boiler not a furnace. What did they do when it was cleaned? Did they ad water treatment?


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    Yes it's a boiler. It's not turning on now. The hvac guy is on the way.

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    Sounds like something happened. Remember it may not be his fault. Sometimes parts will fail right after a PM. I can't explain it but it happens a lot.


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    He's come and gone. Simple air bubble. No charge. My dad delivered oil and cleaned oil furnaces back in the 60s, so I have the utmost respect for these guys. It just makes me a little nervous because money is tight. Unemployed....

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    Im too late I was going to say air or motor, sometimes if you turn power off then on it will work its way out or cycle the valve fast.


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