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    1. Yes, the 'oily' smell should go away fairly quickly. The odor can linger in the house for a while, especially in winter when there's not likely to be windows/doors open to ventilate the house.

    2. You static pressure looks really good. What it 'should be' will depend heavily on the duct system & fan speed. At .56" on high you're good to go.
    Where are you? Are you done yet? I got ONE more call for you.....

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