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  1. #14
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    you also used an unapproved material on this application which we can not due to liability, we could have said spray foam the closet that would have made it nice and quiet but safe? think you should get over yourself as you only voided and warrany you had and the system is no longer UL listed so yeah your great!

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    Why in the world can't you give a difinitive answer to my adding Dynamat to my furnace side panels?

    Will I burn down the entire complex this winter..hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by obxtech View Post
    you also used an unapproved material on this application which we can not due to liability, we could have said spray foam the closet that would have made it nice and quiet but safe? think you should get over yourself as you only voided and warrany you had and the system is no longer UL listed so yeah your great!

    you sound like a lawyer bs.

    Look guys...I was pissed that I was on my own to really really quiet my system.
    I* made some remarks here that were uncallled for.

    Still...I've not recieved an answer as to whether I should strip off the Dynamat that I lined my new Carrier Performance 80 with.


    Am I going to burn down the entire complex?

    I swear to god...noone can reply. I as a newb have said that the Carrier only gets to 120F while heating. Lining my Furnace with Dynamat really did kinda help with reducing the AC blower motor noise. What's my fate? Funny as hell as noone wants to reply to this question. Cause ya just don't know?

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    If you want an answer as to whether you should take it off call the furnace manufacturer, and dynamat manufacturer and department of insurance to get your answer they will be able to tell you with out a doubt. sure you wont like their answer either.

    Dynamat is not approved for furnace applications. so if it does burn down the complex you can't blame anyone here now can ya? I am sure the department of insurance would tell you to remove it but you call and do as they tell you don't rely on maybe it will maybe it won't. We are only allowed to use approved materials due to liability and thats all we can do. so if you have a good way with an approved material lets hear that.

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    It's OK...Like, how many times to you all come across someone whose put
    Dynamat on the side of his furnace panels.


    If my place doesn't burn down, or I don't smell rubber burning..this winter..

    Hell, I can just fire up the furnace and see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caslon View Post
    you sound like a lawyer bs.

    Look guys...I was pissed that I was on my own to really really quiet my system.
    I* made some remarks here that were uncallled for.

    Still...I've not recieved an answer as to whether I should strip off the Dynamat that I lined my new Carrier Performance 80 with.


    Am I going to burn down the entire complex?

    I swear to god...noone can reply. I as a newb have said that the Carrier only gets to 120F while heating. Lining my Furnace with Dynamat really did kinda help with reducing the AC blower motor noise. What's my fate? Funny as hell as noone wants to reply to this question. Cause ya just don't know?
    Go back to where you obtained all of this great information. They'll give you all the answers you wanted, and more.

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    Actually, I'm on my own here with you guys.

    I just fired up my new Carrier Performance 80 to see if the Dynamat
    doesn't get to hot. It covers all sides.

    I'll check back here when it gets too freaking hot.

    The Dynamat stays cool.

    The freaking Carrier Performance 80 furnace sounds very loud.
    Even with the sound proofing in my small condo furance closet.

    You can decrease the blower speed for the furnace. The AC shouold be set on High.
    Damn...are all new furnaces that noisy? My bro says...yes they are.

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    What are you asking us for we don't know ****.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caslon View Post
    It's OK...Like, how many times to you all come across someone whose put
    Dynamat on the side of his furnace panels.


    .
    In 15 years, never...
    How tall are you Private???!!!!

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    What is your profession caslon?
    How tall are you Private???!!!!

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    Hey lunk head, you're about worthless when it comes to responding?

    I could probably find your information with a google search on my own.
    How tall are you Private???!!!!

  12. #25
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    A painting contractor. 30 years.

    Anyways, I fired up the furnace.

    Dynamat on side panels of furnace...doing fine,

    What bugs me now ( Gee Caslon can't be satisfied) is how much
    noise the furnaces make nowadays.

    They are more effecient, but even my bro had his furnace replaced and
    remarks how much more noise it makes,

    I suppose they make more noise to get the most outta the gas?


    Damn they are a lot noiser...but more effecient.

    Sound wise...they suck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gunnery Sergeant Hartman View Post

    I could probably find your information with a google search on my own.
    Question is, do you really want to?

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